Oh McDonald's, how we love you.
Our teeth, however, are less fond espesh when you put two eggs-traordinarily delicious desserts on the menu.
The folk at Maccy D's are bringing us joy in the form of the – the Cadbury Crème Egg McFlurry and the Cadbury Caramel McFlurry – just in time for Easter.
They will be available from March 20, but they are only here for limited time only – so get cracking!
They’re only in restaurants for six weeks so egg-cited customers had better move fast before they fly the coop.
It seems that people are excited for these delicious treats.
One said, ''Guys!! The Cadbury Creme Egg Mcflurry is back and I little just cried happy tears!!''
While another wrote, ''My favourite time of the year is now: Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry time.''
Get them while they're in all good McDonald's near you.
Ever feel like one McFlurry just isn't enough?
Yep, us too. Especially during
summer hangover days when all you want to do is cool down and chill out.
Unfortunately, our McFlurries last about five minutes in our hands before it's all gobbled up, so when we came across a McFlurry BUCKET, we were just delighted.
As always, there's a catch; it's only available in selected stores in France and Spain. *Sob*
According to Brand Eating, the 'McFlurry Party' bucket comes with four cups so you can deck the ice cream out to your friends (or, you know… eat it all yourself).
What's more, the flavours seem to be pretty glorious, with options such as Kit Kat and cookie butter (yummy).
We'll BRB, just booking a ticket to Paris.
Anyone with a sweet tooth knows there’s nothing quite like a good McFlurry, but one of the famous ice-cream’s classic flavours could soon be no more.
According to Reuters, the M&M McFlurry could soon become a thing of the past because the makers of M&Ms, Mars – yes, that’s the same Mars who brought us the Mars bar – thinks the dessert contains too much sugar.
Apparently Mars is worried because a number of desserts which feature its products contain a person’s full daily sugar allowance in just one serving.
Among those desserts is the M&M McFlurry which has a whopping 89g of sugar per 340g serving – that’s 1g short of all the sugar a woman is allowed in a day.
At this stage the extinction of the M&M flavour is just an idea so there's no need to panic.
But even if it the move is given the go ahead, we're sure there'll still be plenty of ways to get your sugar fix.