KFC’s new menu additions include Chicken ‘N Waffles & sweet potato poppers

If you’ve been waiting for a sign to chicken out from your healthy diet and revel in some crunchy, crispy, finger-lickin’ fare, this is it. I think I’m on a hot (and oily) streak with fried chicken-related articles lately, but let me assure you that KFC‘s new menu additions are nowhere as wacky as chocolate-coated, peanut topped fried chicken from Mom’s Touch. Instead, we’re headed straight for the familiar combination of Chicken ‘N Waffles that’s been tried, tested, and loved by all of us.

an infographic of chicken 'n waffles
Credit – KFC Singapore

This iconic duo of Chicken ‘N Waffles is available in both a la carte (S$6.95) or as a meal (S$8.95+), which comes with a drink and fries. You can choose to stick with the status quo by opting for their Original Recipe flavour, or zhng up your meal by adding a spicy twist to your already sweet-and-savoury combination with their Hot & Crispy flavour.

Kfc Tender Waffles
Credit – KFC Singapore

Every order of Chicken ‘N Waffles includes two pieces of chicken served atop freshly-made waffles and drizzled with syrup. If you don’t want to get your hands dirty, KFC is also offering Tenders ‘N Waffles (S$7.95+), which consists of the same made-to-order waffles served alongside three pieces of chicken tenders.

an infographic of Chicken 'N Waffles locations
Credit – KFC Singapore

Available at 49 outlets islandwide, this is a golden opportunity for you to get a perennial brunch meal at a more affordable price, and knowing KFC’s impeccable track record, these Chicken ‘N Waffles will be sure to keep you satisfied and smiling after you’ve polished off the whole plate.

KFC Sweet potato poppers
Credit – KFC Singapore

And while you’re at it, might as well add on KFC’s Sweet Potato Poppers, which will set you back S$1.95 for five pieces, and S$3.95 for 10 pieces. These adorably coloured golden and purple balls are inspired by the popular Taiwanese street snack and will be available in all outlets except Singapore Zoo starting from 6 October 2021. You can expect these crispy treats to be filled with a creamy sweet potato paste on the inside.

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