Do you remember the high school days where being prom queen/king was important, having the biggest clique meant you were super cool, and having a car at the age of sixteen really mattered? I bet in the real world you don't really think of those things do you? Well, do you remember the secrets? Like that one time that you found out that Jimmy Jr. was dating Tina and you were shocked. Who would date Tina right? What about that one time that you found out that Roger was actually an alien? Shocker! Well, what about the secret crushes, the secret hang out spots, the secret new kid that nobody knew anything about. Sounds silly right? Not really, seems like some things never change. We live in a world full of secrets and one of them revolves around the many items you can order at a fast food place. Wait what?!! "You are telling me I can order more items than they advertise or show on the menu?" Yes! That is exactly what I am telling you! Its quiet amazing, Starbucks, Burger Kind, and several other food chains have a secret menu. The menu we will be focusing on today is, the Chick-Fil-A secret menu! Yes, the chick has a full secret menu you can order from.
What If I told you, you could get a chicken sandwich with a spicy kick? What if I told you could get a cheesecake blended up and topped up with some blueberries? No no, that sounds gross. I mean a blueberry cheesecake milkshake. I know right, your jaw is on the floor in shock. Trust me they are all delicious! The last treat, is if you have young ones during your Chick-Fil-A visit then you can order free ice cream from the Chick-Fil-A Secret Menu. Below are there many items but let me tell you a bit about the Chick-Fil-A birth!
This American Icon of a chain fast food service can be traced to the Dwarf Grill (now the Dwarf House), a restaurant opened by S. Truett Cathy, the chain's former Chairman and CEO, in 1946. The restaurant is located in Hapeville, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, and is near the location of the now-demolished Ford Motor Company Atlanta Assembly Plant. Actually, one of the restaurants biggest contributors where the many patrons that invested in there company through purchase, many from the Ford Motor Company. In 1961, after 15 years in the fast food business, Cathy found a pressure-fryer that could cook the chicken sandwich in the same amount of time it took to cook a fast-food hamburger, and the sandwich was reinvented. Following this great discovery, he seized a great opportunity and registered the name Chick-fil-A, Inc. The company's current trademarked slogan, "We Didn't Invent the Chicken, Just the Chicken Sandwich," refers to their infamous menu-item, the Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich. The company's culture roots and belief system are influenced by its founder Truett Cathy's Southern Baptist beliefs; all Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed for business on Sunday as well as Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Buffalo Chicken Sandwich
This is a southern twist on the already phenomenal chicken sandwich, it goes the extra mile to innovate how you enjoy a Spicy Chicken Sandwich at Chick-fil-A. It was intended to kick up the tongue and made as an even spicier alternative to the sandwich, giving an added challenge to the many veterans that visit Chick-Fil-A. Simply ask for Buffalo Sauce on a Spicy Chicken Sandwich and they will gladly oblige, nod, and maybe cringe. It’s the perfect accent to a crispy patty, some fries, and of course never forget the drink. If you know someone that can handle the spicy, tell them about the Chick-Fil-A Secret Menu Buffalo Chicken Sandwich.
Let's say you are desiring some delicious Mexican food but your nearest fast food joint is Chick-Fil-A. For those who love the beans, the salsa, and all things Mexican here is a twist from Chick-fil-A, see if your local branch will make the Chicken Quesadilla. They pack tender chicken, tons of cheese, and sometimes even peppers into a flour tortilla for a delicious homemade quesadilla, a pretty far out item on their menu. This one is not so widespread, and the chances of getting your hands on one is much higher in the Southwest. No matter where you are, ask for this delicious Chick-Fil-A Secret Menu Item and you will be in for a treat like no other. It's a delicious Mexican menu snack with the authenticity of Chick-Fil-A.
Fried Chicken Club
For the health-conscious person that also desires the yummy taste of a fried chicken sandwich, this is the holy grail of kind-of-sort-of healthy meals. It’s actually a really simple modification to the already established menu item. The added ingredients area a couple veggie items. Just ask for the Fried Chicken Club, and they should know how to make it. If not, simply say you want vegetables on your fried chicken sandwich, and most of the time, they'll have it covered. This is a perfect method to get your son/daughter to eat some greens or maybe that adult that has never seen a vegetable before. Try it today and get some greens!
Get the classic charbroiled chicken sandwich at Chick-fil-A but with an added bonus. This is a truly exciting option for the spicy food lover, this modification makes for some extra bite. If you are a regular in the original sandwich category then this will ease the boredom of eating the same-ol-same-ol!
I never truly eat spicy options but if you are a spicy fan and desire to have something to make you say, "woah" then this is the meal for you. Who knows, you might just enjoy fire on your tongue! Try this Chick-Fil-A Secret menu Item and make sure you order a milk. Simply ask for a spicy, char-broiled chicken patty instead of a regular one and they'll swap them out and you can see what all the fire is about.
Vanilla milkshake is a delicious American classic. Well, times are getting more modern. Chocolate is in the game, so is strawberry and oh man if you go to a place like Steak N Shake you will encounter milkshakes that are made by a milkshake specialist that went to school for 12 years just to learn the best milkshake recipes. Well, what if I told you that your favorite chicken sandwich joint also had a delicious treat hidden from the masses. Guess what? You are not the masses anymore. Blueberry Cheesecake Milkshake is the perfect recipe for someone who loves good cheesecake. Just ask for a blueberry cheesecake slice to be combined into the vanilla milkshake, and they seamlessly blend into a creamy delight.You don’t need to be a cheesecake fan to try this drink, too. Anyone will love this flavor-packed delicacy, so go try one next time you’re in and get your blueberry on.
“Free” Ice Cream
For the parents of the little guys who simply won't stay quiet, have a ton of energy, or always desire a yummy treat here is a delicious Kids Meals at Chick-fil-A. I bet you can wager your way to free ice cream. It's okay to say to your child that he cannot have a new toy but in exchange he'll get a free ice cream cone. This substitution may be enough to convince my investment in a Kids Meal next time I’m in. Just ask for the substitution and land some “free” ice cream for the little ones.
Root Beer Float
Cost: $2.19 and up
A strong competitor to In-n-Out’s Root Beer Float, Chick-fil-A’s version comes with a cool glass of root beer and creamy soft serve ice cream filled to the rim, an American Icon. Just ask for the root beer float, and if they really need the elaboration, tell them you want a scoop of vanilla ice cream added to your glass of root beer. Kick back and enjoy this classic as you eat up your Spicy Char
Oh man, now the secret is out. Well, I am really glad I told you, aren't you? Each and every item sounds magnificent and I am excited to take my turn at trying each one. If you are on a date this may be the perfect opportunity to show your negotiation skills. Take your date to Chick-Fil-A, order something from the Chick-Fil-A Secret Menu and watch your date be astounded. She will say, "How did you do that? How did you get that?" and you just nod, smile, and say, "I have my tricks." She will be feeling special in no time. You can impress her and just maybe get a second date. Stay quiet though, no one is suppose to know. Its okay, your secret is safe with me. I might blog about it in another article though.