Chick-fil-A Brings Back the Peach Milkshake, Plus a New Summer Drink

Summer's most refreshing treat is coming back! Chick-fil-A's peach milkshake is almost here.

Summer, or as I like to call it, ice-cream season, is finally here, and we can’t wait to dig in. From Wendy’s latest Frosty to Dairy Queen’s brand-new Blizzards, it looks like the warmer weather is going to be full of cold, creamy deliciousness.

There’s one thing better than eating ice cream, though—and that’s drinking it. Sunny days mean milkshakes are back in style, and Chick-fil-A just announced a return of a seasonal favorite: the peach milkshake.

Chick-fil-A’s Peach Milkshake Is a Fan Favorite

The popular milkshake combines Chick-fil-A’s Icedream and peaches, with whipped cream and a cherry on top, of course. The restaurant’s latest announcement lets everyone know that summer is officially here starting Monday, June 12, thanks to the comeback of the Peach Milkshake and the chain’s exciting release—the White Peach Sunjoy. Needless to say, Chick-fil-A fans are excited about this, though as always, it’ll only be available for a limited time while supplies last.

How Can I Score One?

Grilled Chicken Sandwich Combo with fries drink and condiments at a table inside of a chick-fil-a franchise restaurantJeff Greenberg/Getty Images

All you have to do is look for the location of your nearest Chick-fil-A branch, or download the Chick-fil-A app (available on iPhone and Android), which gives you an updated menu for any location and allows you to order in advance. Picking up a summer treat just got a whole lot easier. You can also get it delivered, but remember: delivery means you don’t get the whipped cream and cherry on top!

If you’d rather not wait in line for this delicious treat, try learning how to make a milkshake at home. You can also try these Chick-fil-A copycat recipes to get your fix fast.

Get Your Peach Fix With These Recipes
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Loretta Kay
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