KFC Is Adding Exciting New Items To The Menu

KFC wants to show you new things, even if you adore its food. KFC has five new menu items this month, making it exciting.

KFC wraps are returning as a permanent menu item, which is wonderful news for fans. Starting November 12, you may order the Classic Chicken Wrap with hand-breaded Extra Crispy tender, pickles, and mayo on a warm tortilla. 

For a change, KFC is offering a Mac & Cheese Wrap featuring Extra Crispy fried chicken tender in a tortilla with cheddar mac and cheese and a three-cheese mix.

A double wrap costs $5, while a combo of two wraps, a medium drink, and Secret Recipe Fries costs $8.49. Alaska and Hawaii might vary prices.

"Since we introduced KFC Wrap earlier this year, others have been complying with their versions—but

why drive to a burger chain for a fried chicken wrap, if you can get a craveable wrap with KFC's internationally recognized fried chicken?" remarked the chief marketing officer of KFC.

On November 12, Colonel's Homestyle Brownie will debut. A bucket meal or $20 Fill-Up Box can include this family-sized goodie for $5 ($6.99 à la carte).

There's more! KFC is developing a menu dish that might become your favorite. Cincinnati residents can now get $5 Original Recipe chicken tenders with dipping sauce and a biscuit. 

KFC's $20 Fill Up Box includes four Original Design tenders, four pieces of fried chicken, four sauces for dipping, fries, and four biscuits.

The new KFC tenders use Original Recipe breading instead of Extra Crispy. Previously, the Original Recipe method only applied to bone-in chicken.

"We're now shifting some of the boneless items into the Original Design breading system and this (test) is our latest product," KFC's product innovation manager told a media gathering.

"And, instead of placing them in a fryer, like i do our current tenders, we fry them in pressure, which helps deliver a juicier item, but with the crispy exterior still."