Chick-fil-a Offering Free Breakfast
September 6, 2011 by USA Post
Chick-fil-a Offering Free Breakfast, Fast Food Restaurant Chick-fil-A offers from free breakfast for customers to make an online reservation, between 6 to 10 September 2011. For those unfamiliar with its breakfast menu, here is a list of what the Chick-fil-A is offering for free during this promotion. The breakfast menu consists of two chicken biscuits, which is a fried chicken patty on a biscuit. You can get cookies from regular or spicy chicken for lovers of hot food.
It also provides a simple and sausage biscuits, a sausage patty on a biscuit.
The following is the favorite traditional breakfast, egg bacon and cheese, which is also not surprising that it comes in a cookie.
For customers who appreciate the little things in life, the menu of Chick-fil-A breakfast includes mini sandwiches for breakfast chicken that look similar to the sliders.
Now for those customers who have a sweet tooth during your first meal of the day, the restaurant also has a group of cinnamon which is similar to a cinnabun, multigrain oatmeal bowl, a fruit parfait with whipped yogurt, granola and another with one more with chocolate cookie crumbs similar to a cream pie Carvel ice.
It seems that Chick-fil-A has not yet created your menu without a little south of the border flavor, and also offers a breakfast burrito and sausage, of course, a chicken burrito breakfast.
Customers trying to stay healthy side can ask for a loaf pan with chicken, egg and cheese on multigrain sunflower bread.
And last but not least, Chick-fil-A offers delicious fried hash brown nuggets on your breakfast menu.
Only participating locations are offering free breakfast date in September when visiting Chick-fil-Aforbreakfast.com and make a reservation.
Customers can choose the Chick-fil-A near you on the website to take advantage of the offer.
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