New Sweet N’ Spicy Honey BBQ Glazed Tenders from McDonald’s

McDonald’s introduced us to Buttermilk Crispy Chicken Tenders about a year ago and the latest is a sauced-up version… introducing new Sweet N’ Spicy Honey BBQ Glazed Tenders.  My local McDonald’s has them priced at $4.49 for the 4-piece, $6.39 for the 6-piece, and $10.39 for the 10-piece order.  Available for a limited time only.

For our new Sweet N’ Spicy Honey BBQ Glazed Tenders, we put a twist on a classic Honey BBQ for a glaze that’s sweet, with just a hint of spice.  Our tenders are made with all white meat chicken, hand-tossed and glazed to order so every bite packs bold flavor.  Perfect for sharing-or keeping for yourself.

Nutrition info for the 4-piece order: 640 calories, 27 grams of fat, 4 grams of saturated fat, 1780 milligrams of sodium, 63 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 35 grams of sugar, 39 grams of protein

9 comments on “New Sweet N’ Spicy Honey BBQ Glazed Tenders from McDonald’s

  1. Catherine says:

    Wow…. that’s a lot of carbs!

  2. Ryan D says:

    I tried them, posted a short review on twitter. Chicken was awful, sauce was sweet, but had no spice.

    • Ross says:

      Disagree completely about the sauce having no spice. You definitely get sweet up front, but then there 100% is a slight afterburn which I thought was pleasantly spicy.

  3. Scram says:

    I liked them. The sauce was good, but with only mild spiciness to it, but fine. The chicken was good too.

  4. evan says:

    You are so few and far between with your reviews – why the downtick? Used to love reading them.

  5. Bubbsy says:

    I see that over $1 per strip has become the norm at fast food, lol. Chicken must be getting scarce. At BW3, 8 wing-dings are $12. Not 8 wings… it’s 8 wingettes (4 whole wings split into pieces). In other words, 4 wings for $12. I understand the reason for markup and all that, but still, wooooo.

  6. Jason says:

    Any reason there has’nt been a review on this site? The last food review was 4/27/18.

  7. lette says:

    The chicken is expensive, but the pieces are surprisingly large. I had a 4 piece and it became 2 meals. I don’t particularly like BBQ sauce and the chicken was absolutely drowning in it, but it wasn’t bad. I guess you can’t go wrong with meat chunks swimming in sweet sauce. Now, if they made an orange/asian flavor sauce, that would be a big hit.

  8. Anyone else think these chicken strips are “glued” using meat-glue? pull them apart and the grain of the chicken changes direction.

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