Shake Shack Cascara Shake
vanilla frozen custard blended with cascara syrup and chocolate sprinkles. The shake features to note of cherry and red currant.
I have no frame of reference for this flavor so I have to try so I know what it is. I don’t know what the sprinkles are supposed to add. Why not just add a swirl of chocolate to get a Black Forrest cake vibe? I do wish there was a kids cup size but it would be a new experience for me so I’d try it.
Hooters Chicken Chips
Crunchy chicken “chips” with 2 sauces
The batter looks tempura/beer like which is my absolute favorite. Anytime I see chicken severed that way (or seafood if we’re being real with each other), it’s really hard to resist. There’s something about that light, crisp texture that I really enjoy. Having the option to pick two different7 sauces is definitely a plus. I have never been to hooters but if I ever do I’d get these, at least for an appetizer.
Heinz Tomato Ketchup with a Blend of Veggies
Carrots and butternut squash infused with ketchup
Price unknown at Walmart.com or Amazon.com
Speaking as someone who does not have children, this just seems ridiculous. There is no way that adding some vegetables to any condiment, especially ketchup is going to make such a difference to a child’s diet that a parent needs to buy this. With the added vegetables most likely increases the price. I totally understand the struggle with feeding kids sometimes but this just seems counterproductive. They would have to use so much ketchup to get some extra vegetables.
Olive Garden Chicken Alfredo Pizza Bowl
crispy baked pizza bowl filled with grilled chicken, alfredo, and a blend of Italian cheeses.
You already get free breadsticks, I’m not buying a bowl made of breadsticks. How much sauce is in here? I’d be concerned about the bottom getting soggy. Bread bowls are a scam to just fill you up, especially when you can have as many breadsticks as you want. I could see this as a flatbread or something but this looks so heavy and basic to me.
Boston Market Sesame Rotisserie Chicken
sweet and savory sesame glaze served with a sprinkling of sesame seeds on top
I haven’t had Boston Market since middle school but this could be good. Most places you can buy rotisserie chicken it's just plain and maybe honey or garlic. This is the first one I have seen with a glaze on top. I think I would get the dark meat option with the loaded potatoes and the creamed spinach. I think more places should offer different flavors for chicken so this is a good move.