In deliciously exciting fast food news, East Coast favorite Shake Shack is welcoming a new menu this week! It features three new savory items, all showcasing the rich, buttery flavors of white truffle mushrooms. Here’s everything you need to know about the special White Truffle Shake Shack menu.
What Is the New White Truffle Shake Shack Menu?
The three new items include a White Truffle Burger, a White Truffle ‘Shroom Burger, and Parmesan Fries with White Truffle Sauce. Here are the flavor profiles for each new menu item:
White Truffle Burger
The White Truffle burger is a classic cheeseburger with Fontina cheese, topped with a white truffle sauce made with Regalis organic white truffle oil and crispy sweet onions, all served on a toasted potato bun. Its suggested starting price is $8.99.
White Truffle ‘Shroom Burger
This one is for the vegetarians! It features a crispy fried portobello mushroom stuffed with Muenster and Cheddar cheeses, topped with white truffle sauce made with Regalis organic white truffle oil and shredded lettuce, all on a toasted potato bun. Its suggested starting price is also $8.99.
Parmesan Fries with White Truffle Sauce
These are classic, crispy crinkle-cut fries, topped with Parmesan cheese, and served alongside white truffle sauce made with Regalis organic white truffle oil. Their suggested starting price is $4.69.
When can I order from the new Shake Shack menu?
The menu launches nationwide on Friday, Feb. 10, 2023.
Where can I go to order off the new Shake Shack menu?
Besides ordering delivery off Shake Shack’s app or website, you can also go to any participating location to enjoy the new white truffle menu. To find a Shake Shack near you, enter your zip code here. Now, please excuse me while I take an early lunch break!
Shake Shack Copycat Recipes You’ll Love
It’s no secret that Wisconsinites love their dairy—so much that they sometimes top their burgers with a generous pat of butter.
My recipe is a lot like the butter burgers you’ll find in popular restaurants all over the state. —Becky Carver, North Royalton, Ohio
This creamy remoulade recipe is the perfect way to add some Louisiana spice to your favorite sandwiches, crab cakes and burgers. —Lauren Knoelke, Des Moines, Iowa
I came up with this recipe after my daughter had cheese fries at a restaurant and couldn’t stop talking about them. She loves that I can fix them so quickly at home. Plus, the frozen fry packets can be refrigerated and reheated. —Melissa Tatum, Greensboro, North Carolina
You’ve got milk, peanut butter, and probably vanilla ice cream, too. Using just a few ingredients, you can whip up this peanut butter milkshake recipe in seconds. —Joyce Turley, Slaughters, Kentucky
For years, people have told me I make the best hot dog chili out there. It’s timeless, it’s family-friendly, and I carry the recipe with me because people ask for it. —Vicki Boyd, Mechanicsville, Virginia
Mint and bourbon give this drink a bit of a Kentucky kick, and ginger ale makes it a fizzy party punch.—Cathy Justus, Taylor, Michigan
I think my most memorable summertime dessert for get-togethers has always been homemade ice cream. This recipe is so rich and creamy and is the perfect splurge on a hot summer afternoon. —Martha Self, Montgomery, Texas
We do a lot of camping and outdoor cooking. This all-American, homemade hamburger recipe is on our menu more than any other food. —Diane Hixon, Niceville, Florida
A pinch of baking soda eliminates bitterness in this smooth and easy-to-sip tea and it has just the right amount of sugar so it’s not overly sweet. —kelseylouise, Taste of Home Community Member
I created this chicken sandwich recipe based on a meal my daughter ordered at a restaurant. She likes to dip her sandwich in the extra honey-mustard sauce. —Marilyn Moberg, Papillion, Nebraska
Cool off with a thick and rich treat that will remind you of a malt shoppe! Nothing can beat this strawberry shake recipe. —Kathryn Conrad, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Spreading a mixture of mayo and butter on the bread creates a delightfully crispy crust with the well-loved, wonderful flavor of butter one expects on a grilled cheese sandwich.—Josh Rink, Taste of Home Food Stylist
If members of your family are of the furry four-legged kind, treat them to these homemade peanut butter dog biscuits. They’re a cinch to make, and your canine pals will go crazy for the peanut butter flavor. —Shannon Norris, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
You don’t miss the meat on this hearty burger. The veggies, mayo and cheese fill you up with plenty of flavor. —Mary Haas, Hewitt, New Jersey