Mar 22, 2010

Review: Chick-fil-A - Chick-n-Minis

I've always wanted to try Chick-fil-A's Chick-n-Minis but never had a chance to until recently because: a) I don't live near Chick-fil-A and b) It's only served for breakfast!  Chick-n-Minis are basically your run-of-the-mill Chick-fil-A Chicken Nuggets stuffed inside honey butter coated mini-yeast rolls.  They are four for $2.99.

The texture of the rolls remind me of a softer, fluffier corn bread except with no corn.  The are pretty moist inside and covered on the outside by a light layer of sticky honey butter which gives the Chick-n-Minis an unmatched buttery sweetness that pairs well with the Chicken Nuggets.  The Chicken Nuggets are hand made from pieces of chicken breast in-house and mine's were cooked-to-order as far as I can tell (although that may not be the case around busier times).  They were slightly crispy, juicy, and delicious.

They're a bit on the pricey side at four for $2.99 since they're about one or two mouthfuls each, but they're worth every penny with a taste your mouth will thank you for.


  1. Really? That good? You should add a disclaimer that you are a huge Chick Fil A fan.

  2. You should just try it and see!


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