McDonald's Just Brought Back The Popular Galaxy McFlurry
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McDonald's has confirmed that they are bringing back both the Galaxy McFlurry and its caramel version from today.
The two favourites were removed from the menu to the horror of fans of the fast food chain.
However, the treat is making a comeback for January, while the Maltesers reindeer version of the ice cream is no longer being sold.
Only available until the 30th Januarym the McFlurry will cost £1.29, or alternatively there's a mini version for 89p.
The plain Galaxy version is made with soft dairy ice cream, Galaxy Chocolate pieces and a delicious Galaxy Chocolate sauce swirled all the way through - heaven!
The caramel version swaps the chocolate sauce for caramel, and we can taste it already.
Fans of the treat have already been sharing their joy at the ice cream being made available again.
One Twitter user wrote: "McDonald's have brought back the Galaxy caramel McFlurry back and suddenly January has been saved."
Another added: "Galaxy caramel McFlurry is a shout."
The fast food chain also expanded its vegetarian range for January with a new veggie wrap and Happy Meal.
Each vegetarian Happy Meal includes a toasted tortilla containing a red pesto goujon, tomato ketchup and shredded lettuce.
The vegetarian wrap contains 209 calories, and the full meal, which includes a drink and a portion of either French fries, carrots or pineapple, costs £2.49.
It has also introduced a spicy vegetarian wrap similar to the Happy Meal version to join its Vegetable Deluxe burger for £2.99.
Each goujon is made mainly from yellow split peas, tomato, Arborio rice, sundried tomato pesto, tomato paste, red pepper, olive oil, herbs and some sugar.
The veggie wrap's ingredients are dairy-free and vegan but the wraps pass through the same toaster as the chain's buns, which contain milk, so McDonald's labels it as vegetarian.
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