McDonald's New Christmas Menu Features Celebrations McFlurries
The fast-food restaurant will release a number of special-edition menu items throughout the Yuletide season, with one item set to get tongues wagging.
McDonald's have combined two Christmas must-haves - a box of Celebrations and creamy vanilla ice-cream - with their new Celebrations McFlurry.
The soft whippy ice-cream will feature pieces of Malteasers, Galaxy, Mars and Twix, topped off with a sweet caramel sauce. Drooooool.
At just 99p for a miniature version of the dreamy dessert, or £1.39 for a regular size, we imagine this bargain ice-cream will be snapped up sooner rather than later.
But the must-have McFlurry is not the only thing we should try and grab off the festive menu.
For the first time ever, McDonald's is now selling a Double Big Mac - perfect for those who are especially hungry.
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The mighty meaty meal has an astounding four beef patties as opposed to the usual two, and is topped with the signature Big Mac cheese, lettuce, onions and sauce - all for £4.19 (or £5.69 as a meal).
The Double Big Mac was released in the States earlier this year, with this being the huge burger's UK debut.
Another product to keep an eye out for is the Jamaican jerk chicken sandwich which contains two pieces of crispy chicken with a spicy jerk sauce, bacon, pepper jack cheese, onion and lettuce in a sourdough bun - all for £4.39 (or £5.69 as a meal),
Elsewhere, the McDonald's cheese melt dippers are returning to the menu for the festive season, at £1.79 for four for £4.79 for a share box.
To wash it all down, you can also get your hands on a salted caramel latte. Described as a "hug in a mug", the decadent drink will set you back £1.69.
Christmas Coffee shouldn't cost a fortune :christmas_tree:
- McDonald's UK (@McDonaldsUK) November 4, 2020
The menu is scheduled to launch on November 18th, and will be available until December 29th - so you've got six whole weeks to sample the Christmas treats.
News of McDonald's festive menu comes after the fast-food restaurant confirmed it will still be open for delivery, take-away and drive-thru services in line with the government guidelines for new Covid restrictions.
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