Chick-Fil-A Unveils Peach Arnold Palmer, New Chicken Sliders – Might Offer All-Day Breakfast Soon

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Chick-fil-A is arguably the greatest fast-food chain in the history of the planet (pay no attention to these few misguided millennials). The exquisite fried chicken purveyors rarely roll out new menu items so when they do it’s a big deal. Chick-fil-A unveiled their new Chick-n-Sliders, which is an amalgamation of their iconic chicken sandwich and their delightful bite-sized Chick-n-Minis. The Chick-n-Sliders are a new size that is just right for snacking. The sandwich is made up of a chicken filet on a Sister Schubert roll with a honey butter spread. One Slider will cost $2.49, and you can upgrade to two for $4.69.

However, these new yummies are not available to everyone just yet. The Chick-n-Sliders are being tested out in two markets: Charlotte, North Carolina and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Don’t mess this up for the rest of us Charlotte and Albuquerque. Early reviews indicate that people love the new snack-sized Chick-n-Slider.

Chick-fil-A is also rolling out some tasty beverages to beat the heat this summer. Chick-fil-A is bringing back their delectable seasonal Peach Milkshake and introducing a peach-flavored Arnold Palmer. The new refreshing beverage is called the White Peach Tea Lemonade and will be available in all U.S. locations.

In other intriguing Chik-fil-A news, the fast-food chain will begin serving Chick-n-Minis all day in Tampa, Florida; Little Rock, Arkansas; and Indianapolis, Indiana, starting on June 4. This could be the first step in making Chick-fil-A’s breakfast available all day long. We are here for devouring breakfast Chick-n-Minis for dinner.