Whataburger is welcoming back a beloved dessert for a limited time.
The White Chocolate Raspberry Shake will be available in stores this season as supplies last, the restaurant recently announced. Each shake has a vanilla base blended with a decadent combination of white chocolate and raspberry.
“We are excited to bring back the Whataburger White Chocolate Raspberry Shake, a sweet standout with its distinctive flavor blend,” Whataburger Corporate Chef James Sanchez said in a statement. “Striking the ideal harmony between the velvety white chocolate and tangy raspberry, it’s a match made in tastebud heaven.”
The shake starts at a $2.79 for a small (16 ounces), but prices go up based on size and location.
When the shake first appeared on Whataburger’s menu, customers raced to restaurants to get a taste of the seasonal treat.
Generally, feedback for the shake was positive on Reddit, signaling that Whataburger should bring back the dessert once again this year.
“It was the best shake I’ve had from Whataburger, though I’m a picky eater so I’ve never tried anything besides chocolate and vanilla before this shake,” one Redditor shared.
Another commented: “Honestly, one of the better shakes we’ve had.”
Other Restaurant News
Many other fast food chains are using the fall season as a way to introduce new seasonal items. Even grocery stores have gotten in on the action.
Ahead of Thanksgiving, Publix unveiled its Turkey Cranberry Pub Sub nationwide. Each sandwich is packed with turkey, Gruyere cheese, bacon, mayonnaise and cranberry orange relish, making it the perfect lunch during this time of year.
Popeyes is also looking to make your Thanksgiving easier by offering a pre-cooked Cajun-Style Turkey. Customers can start ordering it on October 17 for $99.
Each turkey is seasoned with paprika, salt, dried onions, dried garlic and red pepper and can feed at least eight people.
Also ahead of Thanksgiving, Boston Market is allowing customers to choose between a selection of Thanksgiving main course meats and sides. The protein options include turkey and ham, along with sides like mashed potatoes, stuffing and apple pie for $12 per person.
Bob Evans is also offering a dinner to go on Thanksgiving. For just $12.49 per person for 10 servings, the multi-course dinner includes turkey or ham, plus dinner rolls, macaroni and cheese and pumpkin pie.
Chick-fil-A is also ushering in the colder weather with its Chicken Tortilla Soup, which will come back to restaurants on November 13. The creamy soup is made with shredded chicken breast and beans, along with vegetables, spices and tortilla strips.
Dairy Queen also has several fall favorites available when it comes to its Blizzard lineup, which includes the Oreo Hot Cocoa Blizzard and the Pumpkin Pie Blizzard.