With the launch of a new sweet and fruity cookie, Popeyes is elevating its side game to a new level. The Florida-based fast food restaurant franchise has unveiled fresh Strawberry Biscuits in response to consumer demand for more of the eatery’s famous and buttery side. Beginning on March 27, the new biscuits will be available at all participating retailers across the nation.
Each of the new Strawberry Biscuits, which are only available for a limited time, costs $1.79. Fans can also get the new biscuits in two-packs for $2.99 and four-packs for $5.39. The fruity biscuits, which provide a touch of sweetness to your day, go great with a savory sandwich or as a springtime snack.
The chain’s Vice President of Culinary Innovation, Amy Alarcon, unveiled the new Strawberry Biscuits in a statement.
Popeyes’ new Strawberry Biscuits are bursting with sweet flavor this spring.
Fans throughout the nation are in for a pleasant surprise when they bite into the chain’s new Strawberry Biscuits. The new Strawberry Biscuits combine the buttery, flaky dough of Popeyes’ classic biscuits with a delightfully sweet strawberry dessert touch.
In addition to the new Strawberry Biscuits, the fast food restaurant business will introduce the Family Feast, a new family meal. Six pieces of the chain’s trademark chicken, two sandwiches, two big sides, and four biscuits are included for $29.99.
The fan-favorite Big Box will also return on March 27. It will be offered in two distinct varieties, with either eight pieces of white-meat chicken nuggets or two pieces of the brand’s characteristic bone-in chicken. These options are priced at $6.99 and include two normal sides and one biscuit.
The new Strawberry Biscuits, which are loaded with strawberry pieces and covered with a creamy icing, strike the ideal balance between the sweetness of the strawberries and the saltiness of the distinctive biscuit. On March 27, the new biscuits will be available at all participating outlets across the nation. The new sides will be available for purchase for a limited period at a starting price of $1.79 apiece.