Cracker Barrel Just Released 6 Exciting New Menu Items

A garlic butter-topped steak and a sweet and spicy chicken sandwich are among the new additions ...

EAT THIS, NOT THAT! – Cracker Barrel just released six new seasonal menu items that will be available through Aug. 4, giving customers the opportunity to enjoy them through most of the hot season.

Among the additions are the new Bee Sting Chicken Tenders (820 calories), which are hand-breaded and coated in a new sweet-heat honey glaze.

Starting at $12.99, the dish comes with the customer’s choice of two country sides and hand-rolled buttermilk biscuits (640 calories per four-piece order) or corn muffins (640 calories per four-piece order).

That new sweet-heat honey glaze is also drizzled atop Cracker Barrel’s new Bee Sting Chicken Sandwich (940 calories), which comes with a hand-breaded piece of chicken, pickles, mayo, and a side of seasoned steak fries (340 calories). Prices for the menu item will start at $11.99.

Both of the new Bee Sting items feature the sweet and spicy flavors that have become increasingly trendy in the restaurant world over the past year.

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Shake Shack, for example, launched a new Korean Style Fried Chicken sandwich (600 calories) with a sweet and spicy gochujang glaze in January. Starbucks also debuted a new line of Spicy Lemonade Refreshers (calories vary by drink) last month.

“Cracker Barrel is sweetening the heat this summer with our take on the ‘swicy’ trend,” Julia Perry, Cracker Barrel’s vice president of marketing communications, said in a statement.

“Our new Bee Sting Chicken Tenders and Bee Sting Chicken Sandwich gives taste buds a sweet heat kick from our house-made blend of seven flavors including honey, buffalo, and smoky southern seasonings.”

Even if sweet and spicy flavors aren’t your thing, you might still find something that suits your tastes on the rest of Cracker Barrel’s summer menu …


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