Dip, dunk, or drizzle: Wendy’s new breakfast homestyle French Toast Sticks

Wendy’s Breakfast Menu Expands with a Taste of Nostalgia, Bringing Sweet Addition to the Savory Lineup

Wendy’s is eyeing straight A’s for its breakfast lineup this back-to-school season with the addition of its new Homestyle French Toast Sticks available in restaurants nationwide starting August 15. As the first sweet breakfast menu addition, this treat serves up syrupy goodness for fans looking for a flavorful way to start their morning – whether at home or on the go.

“Our Homestyle French Toast Sticks strike a perfect note of nostalgia and bring even more morning flavor to our menu – this time with something sweet,” said Carl Loredo, Chief Marketing Officer for The Wendy’s Company. “From day one, we launched our breakfast offering to save fans from the boring and bland morning options that exist at some of our competitors, and we’ve done just that. Wendy’s all-new Homestyle French Toast Sticks give our fans a better breakfast worthy of their first meal of the day.” 

Each bite of Homestyle French Toast Sticks delivers a mouthful of flavor striking the perfect balance of a soft, custardy interior and crisp, golden-brown crust with delicious notes of vanilla. Fans can pair this classic breakfast option with a new syrup dip to complement the flavor profile. Breakfast lovers can dip into a variety of size options, including a 4-piece or 6-piece a la carte option or a 6-piece combo featuring Seasoned Potatoes and a beverage.

“We are always looking at new ways to deliver high-quality, crave-able and affordable breakfast offerings,” said John Li, Vice President of Culinary Innovation. “The Homestyle French Toast Sticks play into sweetness – a space we’ve mastered– to balance out our savory morning flavors. The piping hot pillowy French Toast Sticks and golden syrup dip are the perfect way to take your breakfast game to the next level.”

The only question that remains… will you enjoy your Homestyle French Toast Sticks with a dip, dunk, or drizzle?