Chick-fil-A holiday favorites are back on the menu

Chick-fil-A Peppermint Chip Shake returns November 14, photo provided by Chick-fil-A
Chick-fil-A Peppermint Chip Shake returns November 14, photo provided by Chick-fil-A /

While every meal is served with a side of gratitude, many people are even more thankful that the Chick-fil-A holiday favorites are back on the menu. From a comforting soup to a sweet treat, everyone will be excited to sit down at the table and enjoy these classic menu items.

Although Chick-fil-A has expanded some of its iconic offerings into the grocery store, enjoying a seasonal menu item at the restaurant is often a favorite. Even though the iconic chicken sandwich is always a good choice, supplementing that food with a dessert or even a side can be a tasty option.

Starting on November 14, two Chick-fil-A holiday favorites are back for a limited time. The Peppermint Chip Milkshake and the Chicken Tortilla Soup bring all the feels to the table.

As Leslie Neslage, Director Of Menu & Packaging At Chick-fil-A. Said, “As one of our most popular seasonal items, we’re always excited to bring back the Peppermint Chip Milkshake to our menus. We know that it’s a part of our customers’ holiday traditions. Whether it’s enjoyed on its own or used as part of a recipe like our Peppermint Milkshake Pie, we hope this special treat is a great start to the holiday season.”

The versatility of this dessert has made it become more popular year after year. 2021 had the most shakes sold since it was first introduced in 2008. There is something sweet and refreshing about that minty, holiday treat.

While many people love ending a meal with the sweet Peppermint Chip Milkshake, the Chicken Tortilla Soup is the comforting spoonful that people crave. As one of the original menu items from S. Truett Cathy’s Georgia restaurant, that taste of tradition almost feels like home.

Chick-fil-A holiday menu included chicken tortilla soup
Chick-fil-A chicken tortilla soup is part of the holiday menu offerings, photo provided by Chick-fil-A /

Although many people use that soup as a warm, satisfying dish on a wintery day, there is more to the soup recipe than meets the eye. As Neslage revealed, “Many do not realize we use both our spicy and original chicken in the recipe, which gives the soup a subtle kick. Returning customers look forward to its return each year, and I encourage newcomers to try it this season.”

Whether enjoyed on its own or paired as a soup and sandwich combo, there are plenty of reasons to order that Chicken Tortilla Soup at least once this holiday season.

The Chick-fil-A holiday favorites are available starting on November 14, for a limited time, while supplies last.

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