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Nov 18, 2006 04:26 AM

kfc snackers

tried a kfc snacker for the first time today. ordered the buffalo chicken snacker at a drive thru and i was very impressed. $0.99 for a piece of white meat chicken with decent buffalo sauce. nice. what's your experience? i think that there were two other types on the menu - any good?

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  1. The fish snacker is not too great. Not bad but I would save the money even if it is just a It is one of those minced fish bit filets. I ordered the BBQ snacker once but they were out of the saucy boneless and substitued a BBQ'd crispy one instead...not good.

    1. I think having A chicken nugget wedged between two pieces of bread and some shredded lettuce for 99 cents is a ripoff and not very good. For 99 cents sandwich Wendy's or JITB has much better chicken deals...

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      1. re: Danimal n Hustler

        Well, the snacker is a piece of chicken and not a formed patty, so the quality is better than Wendy's or Jack in the box. So far I've tried the plain snacker and the cheese snacker. Like the OP, I like the plain snacker. It's a little snack so there's not as much of a calorie hit (I guess) than the bigger sandwich.

        Don't recommend the cheese snacker though. It is the type of cheese that makes cheese whiz look tasty by comparison ... kind of gluey and congealed and it makes the coating of the chicken soggy. Sounded like a good idea though ... not.

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        1. There are food "horror stories" in even the finest establishments... believe it.

          I drive a delivery truck and only eat fast food
          when I have no other choice. However, I do like the
          original snacker, easy on the sauce. They are super
          convenient when one has to eat and drive.
          Two thumbs up!

          1. They seem like the type of thing that might be good if you got them made fresh, but at the KFCs around here, chances are when you order one you're going to get something that's been in the warmer for hours. For that reason I don't usually bother with these.

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            1. re: Vexorg

              That's why I always special order mine, holding something. This way I know it's fresh. :-)