PERKINS Restaurant & Bakery is bringing back its bakery-inspired breakfast for a limited time this summer.
Founded in 1958, the casual dining chain and bakery has more than 250 franchised locations across the country.
The new dishes combine standard breakfast dishes with the brand’s bakery specialties such as Bavarian cream and chocolate icing.
“Our bakery-inspired breakfast combines two of the things we do best, breakfast and baked goods, into delicious offerings that guests can enjoy morning, noon or night,” said Diana Garcia-Lorenzana, vice president of marketing at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery .
The Bakery Breakfast Fusion products are:
- Blueberry Muffin French Toast Platter
- Boston Cream Pie Pancake Platter
- Cinny’Min French Toast Platter
- Lemon Blueberry Waffle Plate
- Sticky Bun Waffle Plate
The menu is available while stocks last until September 5th.
Each plate is $8.99 at participating locations.
In addition, Perkins announced new summer treats.
The Pineapple Upside Down Mammoth Muffin and Lemon Meringue Pie are available now at the Bakery.
MORE NEW FOOD
While Perkins focuses on combining breakfast and baked goods, another chain combines Pepsi, pineapple and pizza.
Little Ceasers announced it will be collaborating with Pepsi on the new project
Pineapple Pizza Combo.
The new combo brings back the previously discontinued Pineapple Pepsi exclusively at Little Ceasers.
As part of the combo, customers can get a 16-ounce can of pineapple Pepsi and a large pizza for just $9.99.
The pizza can have up to two toppings, including the highly controversial pineapple.
“There’s always a passionate discussion about pineapples on pizza,” said Greg Hamilton, Little Caesars chief marketing officer.
“Together with Pepsi, we’re satisfying ALL pineapple lovers, regardless of what they think of it as a pizza topping,” he continued.
Pepsi also celebrated the flavor fusion.
“Little Caesars fans appreciate great taste, and whether they like pineapple on their pizza or not, we’re confident Pepsi Pineapple will be unreservedly enjoyed by their customers everywhere,” said Scott Finlow, chief marketing officer, PepsiCo Global Foodservice.
The pineapple pizza combo can only be ordered online for a limited time from July 17, while stocks last.
Chick-fil-A and McDonald’s have also made some big changes.
Meanwhile, Barbie treats are coming to Cold Stone for a limited time.