With December in full swing, KFC has just launched its Christmas menu for 2023, including two new additions.
Starting November 13, fast food fans can get their hands on two new festive burgers at KFC – both are center stage.
The Stuffing Stacker Burger and Stuffing Tower Burger will be available for the first time this week and will be available until January 1, 2024.
The Stuffing Stacker Burger, which consists of two chicken fillets, topped with classic onions and peppers, spicy kabob sauce, cheese and burger dressing – all sandwiched in a brioche bun.
Not all Stuffing Tower burgers have the same pattern, but only one piece of chicken.
Both starters are available in restaurants nationally and through KFC Delivery, with the Stuffing Stacker Burger priced at £7.99 and the Stuffing Tower Burger priced at £6.49. However, some fans argue that the fast food chain has lost a trick with two new additions, so why is there no Indian on the menu this year?
The KFC menu comes just a few days
The KFC menu comes just a few days after other foodies announced new Christmas presents, including new sandwiches from Pret, Costa and more – and you can find our honest thoughts here.
In other fast food news, McDonald’s is running a month-long deal for November, so customers can get some savings in time for Christmas.