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Church's Chicken debuts Oreo Biscuit Bites

Would you try these? Church's has unveiled their Oreo Biscuit Bites, available Dec. 1 for a limited time. (Source: Church's Chicken) Would you try these? Church's has unveiled their Oreo Biscuit Bites, available Dec. 1 for a limited time. (Source: Church's Chicken)

ATLANTA (WTVM) – Church's Chicken has invited guests to try their new biscuit creation this holiday season when Oreo Biscuit Bites debut on Dec. 1.

The mouth-watering new concept offers a fresh twist on a classic and popular menu item, combining Church's world famous honey-butter biscuits with Oreo's.

At participating locations, guests can purchase 5 Oreo Biscuit Bites for $0.99 from Dec. 1 thru Dec. 28. 

Church's is the first restaurant to pair honey-butter biscuits with Oreo cookies. Each bite-sized biscuit is baked to perfection and topped with a vanilla icing glaze. More than 160 million Church's biscuits are served each year.

"We're proud to expand on a favorite and make biscuit history with our delicious Oreo Biscuit Bites,"  Church's Chief Marketing Officer Mark Snyder said. "They are so good that you'll want to plan your meal backwards."

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