To be fair, Dairy Queen has the home-field advantage because, unlike the other chains, ice cream is what DQ does best. But, just like Chick-Fil-A, this soft serve isn't actually ice cream — it's called a "frozen delight" because the minimum butterfat content must be 10 percent, and DQ's soft-serve has only five percent butterfat. Is that a bad thing? Not necessarily, because it's delicious. Sure, you get more sugar, but the consistency is basically drip-proof.