Wendy’s Is Launching New Italian-Inspired Items and a Peppermint Frosty
Wendy’s is rolling out a new holiday treat, as well as adding two new sandwiches and new fries to the menu this month.
According to multiple leaks on reddit and leaked internal documents fast food postThe four new items will arrive at the chain’s nationwide locations beginning November 15. Wendy’s is set to launch a seasonal Peppermint Frosty, along with an Italian Mozzarella Chicken Sandwich, Italian Mozzarella Cheeseburger, and Garlic Fries.
Fast Food Post reported that the Peppermint Frosty will be a combination of peppermint syrup mixed in a vanilla frosty base. The holiday-themed dessert will replace the highly criticized Strawberry Frosty that currently sits on the menu (next to the long-lived classic, Chocolate).
The discussion of Peppermint Frosty has started surfacing on social media platforms like Tik Tok and Twitter—where many fans are saying they are eager to try it.
Popular Tik Tok content creator, @snackolator, posted a video with over 17,000 views, with one user commenting, “I’ll be there daily,” while another said, “Excited! I love peppermint ice cream! “
Rounding out the Made to Crave line, two new sandwiches will double the mozzarella—a slice of melted mozzarella and a hot and sticky piece of fried mozzarella. They will also be doused in marinara sauce, all placed between a buttery garlic knot bun.
These coming soon Italian mozzarella sandwiches have been compared to Culver’s Curdburger, and perfectly timed as the Midwestern creation is about to drop off Culver’s menu.
Any of these can be ordered with Wendy’s new Fancy New Garlic Fries – classic fries with a generous sprinkle of garlic spice.
Before picking up the season’s first Peppermint Frosty, be sure to buy the Frosty Key Tag, which is also making a comeback this year. You can buy a $2 key tag to contribute to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, and in return, get a FREE Junior Frosty with every purchase for all 365 days of the year!
Jordan Summers-Marcouillier was born and raised in San Jose, California, and now works as a writer in New York, NY. Read more about Jordan