Slim Chickens will continue offering its 100 percent all-natural, fresh chicken with a new limited time offer: Tender Mac Bowls, beginning November 4, at all Slim Chickens locations.
Given that Slim Chickens is known for its delicious chicken and Southern-inspired menu items, it’s certainly no surprise that the “better chicken” brand opted to develop dual LTOs: the Tender Mac Bowls. Slim Chickens’ Tender Mac creations will come in two varieties: The Original Tender Mac & Cheese Bowl and the Buffalo Tender Mac & Cheese Bowl.
The Original Tender Mac & Cheese Bowl features Slim Chicken’s signature mac and cheese, hand-breaded chicken tenders and is topped with a blend of shredded Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese. The Buffalo Tender Mac & Cheese Bowl also features the brand’s signature mac and cheese, hand-breaded chicken tenders and is topped with our house Buffalo and Cayenne Ranch, fried onions, green onions, and blend of shredded Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese.
“The launch of our new Tender Mac Bowls is just another way we prioritize serving our guests the high-quality, delicious and honest food that characterizes southern hospitality,” says Slim Chickens Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder Tom Gordon. “These new offerings truly represent our dedication to constant innovation and I have a feeling that our guests will want these Mac Bowls to become a permanent menu offering.”
By focusing on providing only 100% fresh, all-natural chicken tenders that are buttermilk-marinated, hand-breaded and always cooked fresh-to-order, the brand has committed to providing a “better chicken” experience that can’t be found anywhere else. In addition, a choice of 17 housemade sauces adds exceptional flavor and has earned admiration from both guests and critics alike. Slim Chickens also offers fresh sandwiches, salads, wraps and its signature chicken and waffles. To offset the savory side of the menu, rotating desserts served in Mason jars are also available.
Fun Fact: Amateur historians have often credited Thomas Jefferson with introducing macaroni and cheese to the United States. He dined on the dish during his time in Italy; he loved it so much that he brought a pasta maker back with him to the U.S. and served the dish at the White House in 1802.
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