TGI Fridays Launches New Chicken Slammer Combos And New Peanut Butter Fudge Obsession


TGI Fridays welcomes new Chicken Slammer Combos and new Peanut Butter Fudge Obsession as the chain’s latest limited time offerings.

The new Chicken Slammer Combos consist of Buffalo, Italian or Whiskey-Glazed chicken fingers sandwiched between warm mini New England rolls and paired with wings, mozzarella sticks or ribs, and your choice of select sides.

More specifically:

  • The Whiskey-Glazed Slammer Board features chicken fingers tossed in Whiskey-Glaze on mini New England rolls drizzled with spicy aioli and sprinkled with sesame seasoning. This combo also includes two 2-cut bone Whiskey-Glazed Big Ribs, coleslaw and seasoned fries.
  • The Buffalo Chicken Slammer Board consists of chicken fingers tossed in Frank’s RedHot Buffalo sauce and served on mini New England rolls with Ranch, diced celery and crumbled blue cheese. It also comes paired with four Boneless Buffalo Wings, coleslaw and seasoned fries.
  • The Italian Chicken Slammer Board comes with chicken fingers tossed in Garlic Parmesan sauce and served on mini New England rolls with marinara and Parmesan-Romano cheese. This combo also includes four Mozzarella Sticks, coleslaw and seasoned fries.

As mentioned above, participating locations are also introducing a brand new dessert option: the Peanut Butter Fudge Obsession.

The Peanut Butter Fudge Obsession features an Oreo Cookie Crust layered with peanut butter fudge and topped with M&M’s, peanuts, chocolate shards, vanilla bean ice cream, chocolate sauce drizzle and OREO Cookie crumbs.

Peanut Butter Fudge Obsession
Peanut Butter Fudge Obsession

Prices for the new Chicken Slammer Combos start at $17 (may vary), while the Peanut Butter Fudge Obsession goes for $9.09 at my nearest TGI Fridays.

All four new menu items can be found for a limited time at participating TGI Fridays locations nationwide.


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