Upon talking to the staff, the fryer is not a dedicated fryer. They fry the cheese curds in the same fryer as the fries. Also the buns are occasionally cooked on the same grill as the burgers. They can make the dessert items for you however. They are more than willing to clean the machines for you.
My daughter has Celiac and she has never had any issue with the food when we have eaten here. They not only change their gloves but they wash their hands before preparing her food. They also have a allergy blender for blizzards.
This place charges a 50% surcharge for a cup instead of a cone. Not celiac friendly.
Celiac friendly for a few desserts only. You can have buster bars, fudge sundaes, plain ice cream. Dilly bars in the box are ok I think - if they’re made off site - That’s about it.
This location did a great job with providing me gluten free - Instead of a blizzard, I got the toppings layered in with ice cream to avoid cross contamination. She even grabbed brand new toppings to avoid any risk of cross contamination. I felt safe here and they did an amazing job.
This Dairy Queen offers gluten free ice cream cones and gluten-free ice cream cakes if you order them in advance. The ice cream cakes have chocolate ice cream on the bottom gluten free cookies in the center and vanilla ice cream on top. They can write happy birthday and a name also on the cake.
This location keeps a clean Blizzard machine at all times for anyone with allergies! The employee didn't even question me, just went straight to the clean one. I asked and he said they have many customers with allergies so have a separate one they always clean after use!
We stopped here for a treat after a day at Cedar Point. My husband has celiac disease and loves the vanilla soft serve ice cream in a dish. This is what he ordered (not mentioning that he has celiac disease). They tried to give him the ice cream in a dish with a cone on top 😂! He said that he couldn't eat that and they quickly gave him one without the cone.
Awesome if they have celiac free
This location is privately owned and not a part of the Brazier DQs and while it has many of the same things it's still a lot different. Before being diagnosed with CD I always thought it was the best DQ out there. Now it's hard to navigate the menu to figure out what is GF. I have asked about the Ice Cream and they read off the ingredients to me which were GF, yay! The Brazier allergen list shows Hot Fudge as being okay so I usually get a Hot Fudge sundae and I think the Denison burger is all beef so I get the double Denison with no bun and have no problems. I'm happy to be able to continue enjoying this summer treat with my family.
Great for deserts! If ordering blizzards they may be cross contaminated. Ask to have the machine cleaned first. I love peanut butter parfaits with chocolate ice cream.They have just remodeled recently too.Gwen makes the best ice cream treats ever!
Not sure if celiac friendly. I think you can get them to clean out the blizzard machine. I order fries, which I believed are fried with other gluten containing items. I also have ordered an M&M blizzard, Reese's Peanut Butter Cup blizzard, a blue raspberry artic rush, and a grilled chicken sandwich minus the bun. I never got sick. Again, not sure about cross contamination.
If you go into Dairy Queen and tell them you are celiac or can't have gluten, they will change their gloves and change the oil in the fryer, etc...There fries are gluten free and their burgers are too. And they will give you any package to read the ingredients on it if you request it.....
This location has a dedicated fryer for fries. If you order a blizzard (and ask) they will clean the machine to avoid cross contamination. Their peanut sauce and hot fudge are gf. They have a drive thru, so you can get a quick bite.
If you give them a few days notice, you can order their ice cream cakes GF - they will exclude the cookie crumbs. Super delicious!