As TheStreet reported earlier this month, the shake will be available for a limited time only at participating restaurants nationwide starting Monday for a recommended price of $2.99. It's made from vanilla-flavored soft serve ice cream, Fruit Loops cereal pieces (compliments of Kellogg's (K - Get Report) ) and sweet sauce.
Had to visit #BurgerKing for their new Spicy Big Fish sandwich. Added bacon and cheese to it because that's mandatory! Paired it with their new Froot Loops Shake that wasn't on the menu yet and it is incredible! We don't even buy Froot Loops, EVER, because it ain't all that but it works with a shake so well! �������� #mnmtwinzEats
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Burger King is no stranger to thinking outside the box when it comes to fast-food.
The company teamed up with beverage and snack giant PepsiCo (PEP - Get Report) last year to develop what it called Mac n' Cheetos. The snack mashup was a portable combination of mac n' cheese covered with crispy Cheetos flavor. Last March, it unveiled the "Angriest Whopper," a burger with a red bun, jalapenos and hot sauce.
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King of weird, that's for sure.
Updated from April 4 with new details.