Fast food lovers are you ready to try two new dessert options? If so you’re in luck. We’ve got two new sweet options on the menu- one from Sonic and the other from Jack In The Box.

Sonic Intros Fried Cookie Dough

Sonic is adding a new bite-sized treat to its menu.  Fried Cookie Dough Bites à la Mode will be available at participating locations nationwide starting September 26.   The treats feature chocolate chip cookie dough fried to be crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside. They come served with a side of real ice cream for dipping. Fried Cookie Dough Bites à la Mode will only be available through November 27. Sonic app users can get early access starting today. How often do you indulge your sweet tooth?

Try A New Basic Witch Shake

Jack in the Box is getting ready for Halloween with the debut of its Basic Witch Shake.  The first-ever pumpkin spice Oreo cookie shake will be available on October 3. The chain is also offering a free 5-piece churro with the purchase of a Basic Witch Shake via the brand’s mobile app using promo code “ACTUALLYFALL.”  Does pumpkin spice go with Oreos?

Which new fast food dessert will you try first? I’m not sure I can resist the fried cookie dough!

6 Of The Best Places To Get Milkshakes In Charlotte

Growing up Milkshakes were my favorite! I could rank just about every place in Charlotte by the quality of their milkshake. As I got older I drifted away from them being my go-to beverage and dessert. But with today being National Chocolate Milkshake Day, I figured it was a good time to visit this frosty treat. There are many many places you can get milkshakes in Charlotte. Everyone knows to go to chains whether fast food or ice cream and their milkshake offerings. I will forever be a fan of Cookout milkshakes for one! But there are some more localized spots you may or may not have tried.  And those places are what this list is about!

We will visit six places around Charlotte, many with multiple locations, to discover some new shakes to try out. From local ice cream spots, burger bars with boozy options, or your classic 1950s milkshake. You can’t go wrong with the basic chocolate or vanilla but the fancier flavors can be delicious as well. I have to say making this list made me crave a good shake. I guess my only decision now is which of these places to visit after work. Or maybe I can sneak away and no one would notice? What’s your favorite place to get milkshakes in Charlotte? If I missed any let us know on social media!