Dairy Queen ice cream cakes?!

Question: Dairy Queen ice cream cakes!?
Will the smallest size really feed 4 people!? 8 inches sounds pretty small, though we're having it after Easter dinner, so we probably won't eat much!. Is the 10 in!. much more expensive!? How much do these usually run!? I can't find a cost estimate online!. I don't want to call them this early - I'm just getting some ideas!. Anyone get one of these!? Was it worth it!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

The 8 inch round can feed like 7-9 people and the 10 inch 10-12 depending on how big the slices are as for prices at the store i work at its 21!.99 for an 8" and 23!.99 for a 10" unless you get a blizzard cake then it is 3 dollars more but i would just stick with the regular cake they are the best!. There is a smaller cake the 9" log it feeds around 4-5 people and is 19!.99!. Hope this helps be sure to order about a week or so in advance (at least 2 days) so that they have time to make the cake (takes at least 2 days to make a cake in the store)Www@FoodAQ@Com

Working at DQ for almost 3 yearsWww@FoodAQ@Com

They are baseing it on serving size, which most people don't do, and people usually get two slices, even after dinner, best to get the second smallest size!. And yeah, this is coming from someone who WORKS there!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

We get them all the time for birthdays!. The 8 inch will absolutely serve 4 people!. You'll probably have left overs!. They price here is around $12!.00 for the small one!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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