Fans who have experienced steak fingers at DQ restaurants in Texas know they are crispy, tender and oh so delicious. But now there’s a new twist on the classic steak finger with an unexpected flavor combination. Infused with creamy pepper jack cheese, the new Cheesy Steak Fingers are so good that fans better get them early as they are only available for a limited time.
“The Cheesy Steak Fingers are a must experience item before they disappear,” said Lou Romanus, CEO of the Texas Dairy Queen Operator’s Council. “Only found in Texas, we are confident the bold flavor of pepper jack cheese paired with our classic steak fingers will delights fans.”
The Cheesy Steak Finger Country Basket is served with crispy fries, Texas toast and the best creamy ranch dressing anywhere. This delectable combination only is offered for a limited time via drive-thru windows, pick-up and take-out, as well as delivery and online ordering, where available.
Be sure to pair the Cheesy Steak Finger Country Basket with a Pumpkin Pie Blizzard Treat, a Pecan Pie Blizzard Treat or the Reese’s® Pieces Cookie Dough Blizzard Treat, at participating DQ locations in Texas for a limited time only.
Fans can keep up with all the innovative ways to quench their cravings with “The Best Treats & Eats in Texas” in the DQ Texas mobile app.
There are few brands as iconic as the DQ brand. Innovative DQ treats and eats, along with the unique DQ restaurant concepts, have positioned DQ restaurants in Texas as a leader in the quick service restaurant industry. The Texas Dairy Queen Operators’ Council is a nonprofit organization made up of DQ franchisees operating in Texas. The Council develops the advertising and marketing program for DQ franchisees in Texas and controls the Texas Country Foods menu along with managing supply/distribution for the nearly 600 DQ restaurants in Texas. The DQ restaurants in Texas are franchised by American Dairy Queen Corporation and the DQ franchise system includes approximately 7,000 franchised locations in the United States, Canada, and more than 20 other countries, including the nearly 600 DQ restaurants in Texas.