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McDonald’s fan combines the fast food restaurant’s Oreo McFlurry and apple pie

McDonald’s fan shares his favourite sweet treat from the fast food restaurant – and it’s NOT on the menu

  • Australian foodie Adrian Widjy combined McDonald’s McFlurry with apple pie
  • He argued that the flavour combination was on another level and easy to make
  • Plenty of his loyal fans were keen to trial the flavour bomb for themselves 


An Australian foodie has shared his favourite McDonald’s McFlurry hack with the internet, combining the delicious ice cream with a hot apple pie from the franchise.

Adrian Widjy, who lives in Sydney, NSW, took to TikTok on Christmas Eve to share the scrumptious treat with his fans, calling it a ‘must do hack’.

He started by visiting Marrickville McDonald’s store and ordering an Oreo McFlurry and apple pie, alongside an orange juice and onion rings.

Adrian Widjy, who lives in Sydney, NSW, took to TikTok on Christmas Eve to share the scrumptious treat with his fans, calling it a ‘must do hack’

‘It doesn’t matter what kind of McFlurry you get, the hack will still work in the same way,’ he said.

Using a spoon Adrian heaped cold McFlurry vanilla ice cream into his hot apple pie, watching it melt slightly before taking a large bite.

He continued spooning the mixture into the fruit-filled pastry until both were finished.

‘Just trust me, it’s heaven,’ he said.

Using a spoon Adrian heaped cold McFlurry vanilla ice cream into his hot apple pie, watching it melt slightly before taking a large bite

His loyal fanbase were initially sceptical about the flavour combination, with one individual commenting that they didn't 'even like apple pies'

Using a spoon Adrian heaped cold McFlurry vanilla ice cream into his hot apple pie, watching it melt slightly before taking a large bite

His loyal fanbase were initially sceptical about the flavour combination, with one individual commenting that they didn’t ‘even like apple pies’.

But the vast majority of could see its merit and promised to try it out for themselves on their next visit.

‘Why didn’t I think of this sooner,’ one person commented.

‘I can practically taste it through the screen,’ said another. 

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