Chick-fil-A Brought Back the Peppermint Chocolate Chip Shake—and We’re in Love

Chick-fil-A is officially kicking off the holiday season.

Cue the scarves and mittens! Chick-fil-A just announced the return of a winter favorite: the Peppermint Chocolate Chip Shake.

Not to be mistaken for ordinary mint chip, this peppermint shake is a pale pink-ish color rather than minty green. It’s like a candy cane in ice cream form. We haven’t been this excited since Chick-fil-A’s peach milk shake hit the menu!

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This popular milk shake combines Chick-fil-A’s Icedream soft serve with flakes of peppermint and chocolate candy. Of course, it’s topped with snowdrifts of whipped cream and crowned with a cherry.

Judging by some desperate pleas on Twitter, peppermint shake lovers have been getting antsy. Don’t worry, the fast-food chain announced that shakes would return on November 11 and stick around until January.

The Peppermint Chocolate Chip Shake will sell for $3.99 to $4.49, depending on location and what size you choose.

But the Twitter-approved shake won’t be around forever, so if you have your heart (and stomach) set on slurping one down you should head to a local Chick-fil-A before early January.

If you haven’t already, download the Chick-fil-A app, which gives you an updated menu for any location and allows you to order in advance. Now, there’s no excuse for not picking up a winter treat!

Try these Chick-fil-A copycats to get your fix even faster.

Mint and Chocolate Chip Are Happy Together

Chick-fil-A’s blog shared a recipe for a Peppermint Shake Pie made with—surprise!—the Peppermint Chocolate Chip Shake.

We also have a recipe for a pretty Thin Mint Milk Shake, and if you can’t get enough of the mint, chocolate and cream combination, browse our gorgeous grasshopper desserts for more ideas.

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