Burger King Is Bringing Back Funnel Cake Fries


Be sure to swing by your local Burger King to satisfy your sweet tooth. The fast-food chain is doling out something sweet, sugary and delicious to pair with its classic Whopper: funnel cake fries.

Yes, you read that correctly. For a limited time only, Burger King will be selling fried, dough-y dessert in the form of fries. So, not only can you eat funnel cake like you’re a kid at a state fair, but you can do so in a way that’s more convenient than ever before — because everyone knows food is easier to eat when it’s shaped like a french fry.

If Burger King’s funnel cake fries are giving you déjà vu, that’s because the fast-food restaurant first debuted the fries back in 2010, according to a tweet from Burger King:

If there’s anything people love more than fries, it’s a throwback. So, Burger King’s really nailing it with this recent release.

Burger King also announced the news on Instagram, noting the “powdered-sugary goodness” of these treats.


The fries are available now at participating locations, and people cannot handle their excitement over this news. Burger King and funnel cake fans alike are taking to Twitter to let the world know just how ready they are to get these fries in their faces.

Twitter user @katelynlipson wrote, “Burger King is introducing funnel cake fries so we all know where I’ll be.” So, if for some reason you can’t get in touch with your funnel-cake-loving friends, at least now you know where to look:

People almost couldn’t believe this news, so naturally, additional research ensued. Twitter user @Squibbward120 wrote, “I should be sleeping or at least studying but instead I’m googling to see if @BurgerKing actually has funnel cake fries.”

For some, the fact that these fries ever went away has kept them awake at night. Twitter user @megan_mackkk wrote, “1 am thoughts: why did @BurgerKing ever get rid of their funnel cake fries”:

These fries reportedly have a suggested retail price of $1.99. So, these fries could be yours for 2 bucks.

Whether you consider these fries your long-lost friends or you’re trying them for the first time, get ready to relish this reboot of a classic.

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