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.
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.
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