KFC brings back five items to its menu including Krushems and rice boxes


KFC has brought back five items to its menu – including its Krushems milkshakes.

The fried chicken chain has also reintroduced rice boxes, salad boxes and two sides.

KFC has been running a reduced choice of food since it reopened restaurants following the coronavirus crisis.

But it’s now slowly expanding this selection, meaning some fan favourites are back on the menu.

KFC has confirmed it’s now selling Krushems again for £1.99, with flavours including Oreo, Maltesers and Milkybar.

Sadly, it doesn’t look like their Skittles Krushems is making a return right now.

In case you’ve never tried one, Krushems are thick milkshakes blended with a choice of chocolate bar or other flavouring.

The restaurant chain has also brought back its rice boxes and salad boxes, both of which come with a choice of spicy Zinger Fillet or Original Recipe chicken.

Rice boxes, which cost £4.99, contain steamed Tex Mex rice and salad, drizzled with a light garlic dressing.

The salad boxes, priced at £4.29, are made up of lettuce, tomatoes, sweetcorn and a garlic dressing.

KFC hasn’t included its Veggie Rice Box on its list of returning items, but we’ve asked if customers can still ask for it.

The vegetarian version is the same as the regular rice box but without the chicken.

In addition, KFC is once again selling mini tubs of salad and rice as a side for £1.29 each.

Each returning menu addition is available in all reopened KFCs apart from Krushems – these can be ordered in 760 of its 900 restaurants.

We’ve asked KFC for a list of branches that aren’t serving Krushems and we’ll update this article when we know more.

If you’re looking to save some cash, you’ll be able to get half price food from KFC from next week as the restaurant chain will be taking part in Eat Out to Help.

We’ve got full details of how the scheme works here.

KFC has been reopening its restaurants in phases following the coronavirus crisis.

The majority of its branches are now open for either drive-thru, takeaway or home delivery via Deliveroo and Just Eat.

Not every restaurant will offer each of these options – check the KFC store finder tool to see what’s available at your local.

The fried chicken chain has also recently reopened 488 restaurants for dine-in customers.

Here’s what happened when The Sun had an exclusive look inside a KFC as it prepared to reopen its seating areas.

KFC temporarily closed all its UK restaurants on March 23.

As well as getting half price food from the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, KFC fans will also benefit from lower prices thanks to a recent VAT cut.

VAT is being cut from 20 per cent to 5 per cent, as Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced in his mini-Budget this month.


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