Sonic is bringing back fried Oreos with ice cream and 2 other state-fair favourites

SonicThe fried Oreos will be served with vanilla ice cream.
  • Sonic will be bringing fried Oreos back to its menu for a limited time.
  • The fast-food chain previously debuted these fried cookies back in January.
  • The Fried Oreo A La Mode will be $US2.99 and will be served with vanilla ice cream.
  • Sonic will also be bringing back other fair favourites, like corn dogs and stuffed peppers.
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Sonic is known for its adventurous menu items – and to celebrate the end of summer, the popular chain has brought back some beloved dishes.

For a limited time, the drive-in fast-food chain will bring back its fried Oreos with ice cream as part of its Fair-Faves lineup. It’s also bringing back corn dogs and cheddar-stuffed fried jalapeno peppers.

The Fried Oreo A La Mode was first released on January 28 but is back for a limited time

SonicShutterstockThe treat can be found in select Sonic locations.

The Fried Oreo A La Mode was first released on January 28 of this year but is now back for a limited time at select Sonic locations.

The cookies are battered and then fried and served with Sonic’s famous vanilla ice cream. It costs $US2.99 per order and each comes with three Oreos, a Sonic representative previously told Insider.

Sonic is bringing back a few other state-fair favourites including cheese-stuffed jalapenos and $US0.99 corn dogs

Sonic state fairSonicThese items are all limited edition.

In addition to welcoming back fried Oreos, Sonic is reviving other state-fair staples like spicy Ched ‘R’ Peppers and a classic corn dog.

The Ched ‘R’ Peppers are spicy jalapenos that are stuffed with melty cheddar cheese and then breaded and fried. They’re served with a ranch dipping sauce and retail for just $US2.99

Plus, the chain is rereleasing its classic dorn dog – a hot dog coated in sweet-corn batter and fried to golden perfection. The corn dog retails for just $US0.99

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