Burger King's Cini-Minis were your jam. We say were because these little rolls of tasty pastry that came with an icing dip are gone.
A mini-meal unto themselves or a perfect lighter alternative to fries when you got that Big Mac or Chicken Sandwich, McDonald's McShakers salads were only around for a glimmer in the early 2000s
Taco Bell's Cinnamon Crisps were delicious in and of themselves, but they were a bit hard to square up with the rest of the meal you'd get.
Maybe it makes sense KFC got rid of their Potato Wedges: after all, they were essentially steak fries, and KFC is a chicken chain.
Rice is not a fast food, in the technical sense of things. It takes a while to cook it properly, in other words. Which is all the more reason it was impressive that Popeyes' Cajun Rice was consistently good.
McD's Onion Nuggets came and went back in the 1970s, so your chance to try them is a good four decades in the rearview and then some
Jack in the Box Fandom page, the chain's Cheesy Macaroni Bites were a "short lived" menu item that, as you can guess, "consisted of battered, deep-fried triangles filled with macaroni and cheese
The Pickle-O's from Sonic Drive-In is yet another menu item that probably could have survived with better naming and marketing.