McDonald’s set to launch two VERY fancy new desserts – including a custard twist on the famous apple pie
- McDonald’s is launching two new Creme Brulee flavoured desserts on Thursday
- Sydney foodie, Adrian Widjy, has already tried both and says the treats are tasty
- The Creme Brulee Pie comes in crispy pastry with a custard & caramel centre
- The Creme Brulee Mcflurry comes with ice cream, caramel sauce & pie pieces
McDonald’s Australia is set to launch two new Creme Brulee flavoured desserts this Thursday.
Sydney foodie, Adrian Widjy, tasted both desserts before the launch and has said the new treats are a must-try.
The first new dessert item is a Creme Brulee Pie, just like the classic McDonald’s apple pie but with a sweet and creamy filling.
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McDonald’s is set to launch two new Creme Brulee flavoured desserts this Thursday that those with a sweet tooth are already craving
The new pie features a crispy exterior of puff pastry with a deliciously warm filling of sweet caramel and custard.
‘I can’t have enough but now I have to wait until Thursday… This is too good,’ Adrian said while eating the pie.
The second new dessert item is the Creme Brulee McFlurry with classic McDonald’s soft serve ice cream and pie pieces.
The soft serve comes with a drizzle of delicious caramel sauce and broken up Creme Brulee pie on top.
Only select McDonald’s restaurants will have the two new dessert items available, although one Maccas that will definitely have the new menu items is at Haberfield.
Adrian shared the dessert sneak peaks with his followers and fellow McDonald’s fans went wild over the new menu items.
Only select McDonald’s restaurants will have the two new dessert items available, although one Maccas that will definitely have the new menu items is at Haberfield
‘Omg! Take my money! Yum, can’t wait to try this,’ a foodie wrote.
‘I am drooling. Guess I’m going to McDonald’s on Thursday,’ another wrote.
‘You can’t go wrong with custard and caramel! Thursday couldn’t come sooner,’ another wrote.
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