REVIEW: Dairy Queen Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake

Dairy Queen Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake Cup

What is the Dairy Queen Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake

While the Fall Blizzard Menu gets all the attention, Dairy Queen has also launched a new autumnal shake. It’s a pumpkin shake (made with real pumpkin puree) with cookie butter flavoring. I think it’s supposed to be topped with a sprinkling of nutmeg, but I didn’t get any.

How is it?

This shake really nails everything it tries to be. I taste the pumpkin spice flavor that is so iconic and comforting this time of year. I also notice the speculoos cookie butter (you know, like the Biscoff cookies you get on an airplane), and there are even minuscule, crunchy cookie crumbs.

The ratios of pumpkin, spices, cookie crumbs, and ice cream are perfect. It’s delightful!

Dairy Queen Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake Top

They gave me a spoon, but I consumed the whole thing with a straw.

Anything else you need to know?

I literally have nothing bad to say about this shake’s flavor.

So why am I not giving it a 10 out of 10?

Well, pumpkin shakes have been around longer than the pumpkin craze, and cookie butter has been quite popular in recent years. Both pumpkin spice and cookie butter have similar flavor profiles. So while this shake is wonderful, it’s not really new territory.

Conclusion:

Don’t let the Blizzards’ publicity distract you from this gem of a shake.

Purchased Price: $2.39
Size: Small
Rating: 9 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (Small) 520 calories, 210 calories from fat, 23 grams of fat, 14 grams of saturated fat, 1 gram of trans fatty acid, 40 milligrams of cholesterol, 270 milligrams of sodium, 67 grams of carbs, 1 gram of fiber, 56 grams of sugar, and 11 grams of protein.

5 thoughts to “REVIEW: Dairy Queen Pumpkin Cookie Butter Shake”

    1. To be truthful, I’m not entirely positive of the price, because they didn’t give me a receipt, and I also bought a sandwich. But $2.39 is what I remember seeing on the drive-thru sign for a small—at least, it was definitely $2-something. I think things do tend to be a little cheaper here in Utah.

      Thanks for reading!

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