The Festive Burger
As part of the fast-food chain’s Christmas menu, KFC has launched a new burger, aptly named the Festive Burger.
The burger comes with a fried hash brown, one piece of original recipe fried chicken, and is topped with a sage and onion stuffing mayonnaise, cranberry dressing and a layer of cheese.
This burger can be bought on its own or as part of a meal. A meal comes with a side of fries and a drink and costs £5.59.
Festive box meal
A box meal comes with the burger, a drink, fries, a side and a piece of original recipe chicken, and costs £6.89.
KFC’s Festive Fries are sprinkled with a seasoning made with pepper, toasted onions, garlic and herbs, costing £1.49 for a regular or £2.39 for a large portion.
It’s worth noting that this is a calorific Christmas treat, as the burgers by themselves contain 640 calories, a regular portion of Festive Fries have 255 calories, and a large portion has 355.
A Festive Burger meal contains 885 calories, with a box meal containing a total of 1,210 calories.
The festive menu also includes a mint chocolate flavoured Krushem, which costs £2.79.
The sweet treat is made up of soft vanilla ice cream topped with chocolate and mint sauce, Cookie Crunch and donned with a glittery chocolate bow.
The festive dessert contains 390 calories per portion.
How long is it available?
The festive treats will be available to buy until Wednesday, January 1. Prices may vary depending on the branch.