Krispy Kreme is celebrating the start of spring with an assortment of seasonal doughnuts. Available through April 5th at participating locations. Here’s this years lineup:
- Chick Doughnut: A yeast, Kreme™ filled shell dipped in yellow icing, topped with granulated sugar, and hand-decorated like a baby chick.
- Egg Doughnut: A yeast egg-shaped shell filled with chocolate Kreme™ and hand-decorated with colored icing.
- Chocolate Iced w/Spring Sprinkles Doughnut: A glazed ring dipped in chocolate and topped with colorful spring sprinkles.
- Bunny Bum: Just like the real thing, our Bunny Bum doughnuts will be gone in a flash, so hurry in. Available April 3-5.
Breakfast at Taco Bell is about to enter year number two and the Waffle Taco has been kicked to the curb in place of the Biscuit Taco. I just tried the new Chicken Biscuit Taco with Jalapeño Honey to find out what happens when chicken and biscuits get the Taco Bell treatment.
Taco Bell describes their new Chicken Biscuit Taco with Jalapeño Honey like this:
A warm, fluffy, buttery biscuit folded in the shape of a taco and filled with our new premium marinated all-white-meat crispy chicken that is rolled in tortilla chips, served with jalapeño honey.
I know that Taco Bell wants to mark their territory by shaping waffles and biscuits into taco shells, but is the gimmick really all that necessary when you might be sacrificing the quality of the product? … continue reading “Review: Chicken Biscuit Taco with Jalapeño Honey from Taco Bell”
The new Salted Caramel Truffle Blizzard is featured Blizzard of the Month for April at Dairy Queen. The Blizzard will be available Monday, March 30th and it features salted caramel truffles, toffee pieces, cocoa fudge, and choco chunks blended with vanilla soft serve.
Taco Bell released a bunch of new menu items today and figuring out which product to review first was tough. To narrow it down I decided to pick something that had the most “newness” factor. I chose the new Mango BBQ Chickstar to kick things off. Taco Bell describes their new Mango BBQ Chickstar like this:
A warm, soft, flour tortilla filled with new premium all-white-meat crispy chicken that’s marinated in bold Mexican spices, rolled in a crunchy corn tortilla coating, and crisped to perfection combined with a tangy Mango BBQ sauce, real cheddar cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes and then wrapped up and grilled for maximum portability.
Breaking down what’s new here we’ve got a new trademarked name… Chickstar… which will likely see many incarnations throughout the coming years. There’s also the new Mango BBQ sauce and, of course, new crispy chicken. … continue reading “Review: Mango BBQ Chickstar from Taco Bell”
For lunch today, I decided to try a new Hardee’s which is closer to my house, but in a high-traffic area. I was really impressed with the friendliness of the staff. Waiting for my order, not one but two employees asked if I had tried the new burger yet. Once when I paid and then another time when I received the bag. Hmmm. Am I being set up? I was told that it was, in fact, very spicy and that I would love it. It was and I did. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the new Thickburger El Diablo from Hardee’s.
Hardee’s describes the new Thickburger El Diablo like this:
Jalapenos Poppers, Pepper-Jack Cheese, Habanero Sauce, Sliced Jalapenos, Bacon, and 100% Black Angus Beef on a Fresh Baked Bun. The caption on their website states “with four times the heat.” That turned out to be just perfect for me.
With the dual endorsements of the employees backing the intimidating list of spice-laden components, I took my first bite with trepidation and was disappointed for about five seconds. There was no heat. But, as I took my second bite, my tongue started to tingle and my eyes swam out of focus with pleasure. … continue reading “Review: Thickburger El Diablo from Hardee’s”
GrubGrade reader Jody sent over the following pictures from an Arby’s in Evansville, Indiana. It’s the new Smokehouse Turkey Avocado sandwich. Not sure if it’s a test item or just an early release for the next LTO, but here’s your first look.From what I can tell from the pictures, the turkey is “Mesquite Smoked for 8 hours”. If you recall the Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich, that one was 13 hours. The sandwich also features pepper bacon, avocado spread, lettuce, tomato, and possibly smoked gouda and mayo. Priced at $5.49 for the sandwich alone and $7.69 for the combo.