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Dairy Queen Kids' Meals

Items from the Kids' Menu with the Lowest and Highest Calories and Fat


Dairy Queen kids' meals come with an entree, side, drink and a toy. Kids can choose from an all-beef hot dog, hamburger, cheeseburger, iron grilled cheese sandwich or chicken strips.

Side item selections are applesauce or french fries. Drinks include whole milk, soft drinks, mini-Blizzards and milkshakes.

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Navigating Dairy Queen's Nutrition Info

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There are a couple of ways to find nutrition info for Dairy Queen's kids' meals. The "Family Fun" button on the company's site will take you to a page where you can search for nutritional values.

But the best way to see what's in a kids' meal is to click the DQ Menu button. From here, you can access the "Nutrition Calculator" that pulls up everything on the kids' menu.

The trick is, the nutrition calculator packages the kids' meals all together so you can't tell how many calories are in the french fries, for example. To see what's in each item, you'll have to view the main nutrition info document that lists everything on the menu.

The information below lists the Dairy Queen kids' meals with the highest and lowest calories and fat grams.

Dairy Queen Kids' Meal Selection - Lowest in Calories and Fat Grams

• Chicken Strips
280 Calories
10 Fat Grams

• Applesauce
90 Calories
0 Fat Grams

• Whole Milk
130 Calories
7 Fat Grams

Meal Total
500 Calories
17 Fat Grams

Dairy Queen Kids' Meal Selection - Highest in Calories and Fat Grams

• Cheeseburger
390 Calories
18 Fat Grams

• French Fries
190 Calories
8 Fat Grams

• Small Midnight Truffle Blizzard
750 Calories
37 Fat Grams

Meal Total
1,330 Calories
63 Fat Grams

Source: Dairy Queen
Data last verified: August 22, 2011

More fast food facts about Dairy Queen's menu items.

Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for educational purposes only and is not meant to provide nutritional recommendations. See the restaurant's menu for complete nutritional facts and learn more about making healthy choices for your child.
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