Tapping the Summer season for inspiration, Utah based MOOYAH Burgers have launched two brand new nostalgia powered menu items. Available now across the growing chain’s menu are the Campfire Burger and S’mores Shake.
The new items from the brand which promises a “better burger” by way of made-to-order burgers will be available for a limited time only through to October 25th. Talking about the new menu items, VP of Brand Natalie Anderson Liu says:
“This has no doubt been a challenging year,. We wanted to release a special burger and shake pairing that’s delicious and nostalgic to provide the perfect comfort food meal. The hickory smoke sauce and crunch of our housemade potato chips on the Campfire Burger are unlike anything we’ve served before and we are so excited to bring this to our current and future fans. When enjoyed with the S’mores Shake, it’s a ridiculicious dining experience worth writing home about.”
The Campfire Burger starts with a potato bun, before loading on a quarter pound of Certified Angus Beef, applewood-smoked bacon, grilled onions, melted cheddar cheese and a drizzle of housemade hickory smoke ‘campfire’ sauce. The burger is finished with hand-cut potato chips.
As for the shake, that seeks to replicate the Summer camping experience too. Vanilla ice cream is blended with all the S’More essentials: marshmallow, Hershey’s chocolate syrup, chocolate flakes and Graham cracker pieces.
The two new menu items also entitle gusted to 30 bonus points when the recipe is scanned into the MOOYAH app.
Image credit, MOOYAH Burgers.
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