KFC Has Launched Its Christmas Dinner Box With Festive Fries And Stuffing Burger
It's that time of year again. Christmas is fast approaching, the festive markets are in full swing, and fast-food chains are announcing what tasty treats they have in store for customers to mark the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Well, the folks over at KFC are no different and have released their festive menu which is available from today (18 November).
And it looks like customers could be in for a massive few weeks, with three new dishes making an appearance this year; the KFC Festive Burger, Festive Fries, and a new Mint Choc Krushem Soft Serve.
Now that's something I think we can all celebrate.
So what makes these new additions good enough for you to part with your cash.
Well, combining the forces of the Original Recipe fillet with a hash brown, sage and onion stuffing mayo, cranberry dressing and cheese, the culinary boffins have created something to please everyone with their KFC Festive Burger.
And that's not it either. The fried chicken giant has also launched its Festive Fries which have been sprinkled with a heap of smoky seasoning of toasted onions, pepper, garlic and herbs.
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By itself, the sandwich will set you back the princely sum of £4.59 ($5.95) or you can opt for a meal for £5.59 ($7.25).
But if you're feeling extra Christmassy you can go all in with the Festive Burger Box Meal for £6.89 ($8.93), which comes with the burger, drink and fries, as well as a side of beans and a chicken drumstick.
And once you're done with your main you can move onto desert. The best part of any meal imo.
To help round things off after all that meat, you can pick up their new Mint Choc Krushem Soft Serve (£2.79/$3.62) which is packed with tons of extra calorific goodness, including a dollop of vanilla ice cream, chocolate and mint sauce, as well as sprinklings of Cookie Crunch, and a glittery chocolate bow tie.
Speaking about the new menu, Jo Tivers, Top Festive Elf at KFC UK & Ireland, said customers will be able to enjoy it all the way up until the big day.
She said: "A round of santa-plause for this epic festive feast please. We'll let turkey have its moment on the 25th but until then, we've got your back."
Jesus would be proud.
Featured Image Credit: KFC