Food News: Chick-fil-A Introduces Yogurt Parfait To The Breakfast Menu

Coming January 4th at Chick-fil-A, Yogurt Parfaits will make their nationwide debut.  Vanilla yogurt and slices of fresh strawberries topped with either a Harvest Nut Granola blend or Chocolate Cookie Crumbs. The Granola option Parfait is 240 calories and 5 grams of fat…the Cookie option clocks in at 200 calories and 4.5 grams of fat.  Also coming January 4th at CFA will be new 100% Colombia blend House Roast Coffee.  Both new menu items will be available all day.  I only wish for Chick-n-Mini’s to be available all day too… :(

Chick-fil-A Parfait

5 comments on “Food News: Chick-fil-A Introduces Yogurt Parfait To The Breakfast Menu

  1. Tracy says:

    I agree, chick-n-minis all day. I read your review and used a coupon I had to try them and now want them again. Unfortunately I’m never near a chick-fil-a at breakfast time so I never get them. I was really surprised how good they were.

  2. Ryan says:

    @ Tracy … We need to start a petition for Chick-n-Mini’s all day. :)

  3. Bobby says:

    I have had a chick-fil-a granola parfait every work day for the last two weeks. Sometimes twice a day. The bad part, until now I’ve never liked yogurt or granola.

  4. Leslie says:

    The mini’s are really good. I’m surprised they are not lunch/dinner items since the bread is most like a yeast roll (which normally is served lunch/dinner only. As for the yogurt, it’s absolutely delicious! I have sensitive (very) teeth so I take the strawberries out and eat only the yogurt, no granola, cookie or anything other than the plain yogurt. I asked if it was a certain brand and found it was an off label brand. I guessthis means I can only get this fabulous tasting yogurt if I pay $2 at Chick-fil-a only once a week. If anyone has info. re: buying in bulk, please post.

    • Becky says:

      My local Chick-Fil-A has allowed me to buy their yogurt in bulk. You might pay a little more, but it’s worth it to me. :-)

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