Comfort Food Is In Style At Cracker Barrel


Winter’s remedy is as close as the nearest Cracker Barrel Old County Store. Guests can warm up by a cracklin’ fire with a hearty helping of classic and brand new comfort foods from Jan. 16 through Feb. 29.

“The combination of sweet potatoes, brown sugar, and cinnamon is traditional and very comforting,” says Cracker Barrel Chef Bill Kintzler. “When we put them together in Sweet Potato Pancakes, we flipped over the flavor and hope our guests will flip over them too.

“So, Sweet Potato Pancakes are on our winter menu and we’ve even added Sweet Potato Pancake mix to our branded food line available in our retail store, so guests can bring the goodness home.”

Guests can bring a little country home with Cracker Barrel’s new rooster-inspired home décor, too. From bowls to watering cans, the rooster collection starts spreading cheer throughout the house quietly at sun up.

For those who enjoy Cracker Barrel’s $5.99 Weekday Lunch Specials, the Country House Salad with choice of baked potato or soup has a new option. The potato can be topped with broccoli and cheese sauce or loaded with shredded Colby cheese and crumbled bacon, butter, and sour cream for an additional $1.49.

New Breakfast Choices – Served All Day

Fresh blueberries and raspberries in low-fat vanilla yogurt add a refreshing treat to the popular Wholesome Mornin’ Sampler. Topped with a honey-oat granola mix and almonds and served with a fresh multi-berry muffin, two fresh Grade A eggs, prepared just the way you like ’em, and a choice of turkey sausage patties, thick-sliced, hickory-smoked bacon, or smoked sausage patties, for $7.19.

New Sweet Potato Pancake Breakfast is a true Southern specialty. Three sweet potato pancakes topped with brown sugar cinnamon butter with 100 percent pure natural syrup on the side. Served with two fresh Grade A eggs, plus a choice of thick-sliced hickory smoked bacon, smoked sausage patties, or turkey sausage patties, $7.69. Pancakes only, $6.19.

Lunch and Dinner – Served Daily Starting at 11 a.m.

Fresh Apple n’ Homemade Chicken Salad makes it easy to fit in an apple a day. Homemade white-meat chicken salad sits on top of fresh greens tossed with apple strips, dried cranberries, and diced almonds. It’s served with a Colby cheese wedge, country pepper vinaigrette on the side, and a multi-berry muffin half, for $7.99.

Cozy up to a Chicken n’ Dumplins Country Dinner Plate. Made from scratch each day, the chicken tenderloin is slow simmered in flavorful chicken stock, and the dumplins are rolled by hand. The dinner is served with a choice of two country vegetables and made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuits or corn muffins, $7.39.

Chicken n’ Dumplins Country Platter features a heartier portion of Chicken n’ Dumplins, plus a choice of three country vegetables and buttermilk biscuits or corn muffins, $8.69.

Roast Beef Dinner with thick-cut Choice Chuck Roast is slow roasted in the traditional pot roast style for up to 14 hours and smothered in savory brown gravy. Served with a choice of three country vegetables and buttermilk biscuits or corn muffins, $9.49.

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake tempts with sweet, gooey, baked fresh goodness. Drizzled with brown-sugar pineapple glaze, then served warm with premium vanilla bean ice cream. It’s an all-time favorite, $3.49.

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