Tim Hortons Has Released Its Own Version Of "Happy Meals" And You Don't Have To Be A Kid To Order Them
Tim Hortons now has Timmies Minis on their menu as a kids meal.
Tim Hortons has made a major improvement to their menu today. While other chains are making announcements about their holiday menus, Tims is making a more permanent addition to their menu. Tim Hortons officially has kid's meals and, according to Tim Hortons staff, you don't need to be a kid to order them.
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Tim Hortons has announced today the arrival of their "Happy Meals" equivalent, Timmies Minis. The kid's meal will cost $4.99, and people of all ages can order it.
This marks the first time ever the coffee chain has added a kids meal option to their menu. There will be three entrées options to choose from for a Timmies Mini meal, according to a news release from Tim Hortons. Check them out:
- Mini Melt: a grilled cheese sandwich made with cheddar cheese nestled between slices of soft white bread and topped with a blend of melted mozzarella and Monterey Jack cheeses
- Mini Wrap: seasoned grilled chicken tucked in a soft tortilla with lettuce and cream cheese, and grilled fresh when ordered
- Chicken Strips: two tender pieces of seasoned, breaded chicken breast served with sweet and sour sauce
The Timmies Mini box also comes with a side and a drink. People will be able to choose between apple slices, mini potato wedges, SunRype fun bites or Black Diamond Cheesestrings for their side. For drinks, there are a few options – white milk, chocolate milk, orange juice, apple juice and bottled water.
Check out photos of the menu for Timmies Minis below.
Here's hoping this latest addition to Tim Hortons is less disastrous than some other menu changes we've seen recently, such as and .