For breakfast, the Southern-style restaurant is offering a maple pepper bacon sandwich served with a side option of fried apples. If you’ve got a major PSL craving, indulge in the pumpkin spice pancakes. They’re made with pumpkin spice-flavored pancake batter and topped with whipped cream, cinnamon powdered sugar, and syrup.
The maple pecan fried chicken doubles up on maple, with a maple mustard dipping sauce. The sweet-tooth-inclined can enjoy pumpkin muffins as well as the pumpkin custard topped with gingersnap crumble, whipped cream, and a fresh gingersnap cookie.
As for the aforementioned cold weather classics, Cracker Barrel is going to be serving up a prime rib French dip sandwich with peppercorn horseradish sauce and a shepherd’s pie made with beef, peas, carrots, onions, and celery and topped with mashed potatoes.
Diners can look forward to trying these new maple-, pumpkin-, and ginger-laced menu items when they roll out in restaurants nationwide this fall.
We hope the 80-year-old couple who have visited nearly every Cracker Barrel in America will be trying the fall menu.