A McDonald’s franchisee is testing a McD’s Style Chicken & Waffles combo in at least one location in Fullerton, Calif., according to Foodbeast.
The combo meal, tested for $3.99 according to a photo of the Fullerton location’s marketing materials, would be a new application for the chain’s Mighty Wings limited-time offer, which rolled out earlier this month. However, the “waffle” in the combo is actually the brand’s pancakes, and the combo comes with a cup of syrup.
McDonald’s USA spokeswoman Lisa McComb said the Chicken & Waffles item is not being tested on a wide scale by the local advertising co-op. “This was simply one franchisee who experimented with a limited-time offering of his version of chicken and waffles,” she said.
McDonald’s is not the only national quick-service chain to dabble in the chicken-and-waffle culinary trend. Earlier this summer, Chicken Waffle Tenders limited-time offer.Louisiana Kitchen ran a
That product featured Popeye’s Hand Crafted Tenders made with a special new batter with more malted barley flour, which produced a lighter and crispier coating meant to taste like a waffle. The promotion included expanded training and consumer research efforts.
And in May, 89-cent Waffle Taco in one Southern California location, and pictures and buzz about the item went viral on Twitter and Instagram. The product replaced the typical taco shell with a folded waffle and also included scrambled eggs and a sausage patty.created a social-media stir with the test of an
Taco Bell included the Waffle Taco in an expanded test of its First Meal breakfast platform, which was introduced to about 100 units across Fresno, Calif.; Omaha, Neb.; and Chattanooga, Tenn., in August.