Come June the 5th. 2019, McDonald's lovers in the United States will be treated to host of menu options that are normally to countries such as Netherlands, Spain, Canada, and Australia. The expanded menu options, as selected in no order whatsoever, range from the carb-loaded Cheesy Bacon Fries to sweeter delicacies such as the Stroopwafel McFlurry, which I'm told is a syrupy wafer cookie popularized in the Dutch city of Gouda, which is incidentally also the place of origin for the world famous cheese bearing its name.
Elsewhere on the menu, American consumers will be Tomato Mozzarella Chicken Sandwich, which if I'm not mistaken, is the closest McDonald's clients will get to a chicken parm without paying restaurant prices. Let it be known, McDonald's is not exactly "the restaurant" it sets out to be on a minor scale, and maybe that's for the best.
Last but not least, the Grand McExtreme Bacon Burger gets added to the menu for the McAthletes who like to punch over their weight. Topped with Applewood smoked bacon and deposits of cheddary goodness, you'd be hard pressed to find more glutton anywhere else on the expanded menu. Like anything that enters the market with a certain degree of speculation, the 4 menu adds will likely vanish from the US market once the Summer comes to an end unless they go DUMB at the box office for a sustained period of time.
McDonald's Brings Back Their Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry Once Again
Easter is quickly approaching, which means that McDonald's will be relaunching a classic annual menu item to appease their vast clientele. The company has brought back their famous Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry, and will retail for $4.55 USD, which is almost a quarter cheaper than it was last year.
A McDonald's representative notes how "due to its success last year (and the year before), we’re bringing it back for a limited time. Customers can head into restaurants now until Tuesday, April 10, 2018 to try the delicious treat – perfectly in time for Easter."
This particular McFlurry contains around 405 calories and 56 grams sugar per serving, which is over double what the World Health Organization recommends for daily intake.
Twitter has been ablaze with anticipation for this annual delight and when it will be making its debut back in restaurants.