McDonald’s Bringing Back Maltesers McFlurry
McFlurry fans have something to celebrate as McDonald’s has brought back its Maltesers version.
Although, they’re only back on the menu for a limited time so you’ll have to get your fair share while you can.
They feature alongside the Oreo, Cadbury Crunchie and Cadbury Dairy Milk versions.
Mozzarella dippers are also back on the menu – and I think it’s more than fair to say people are rather happy about seeing its return:
The Maltesers McFlurry features on the menu alongside the much-talked-about Grand Big Mac – which is a super-sized version of the Big Mac – and has been introduced in celebration of the famous burger’s 50th anniversary.
This majestic burger has already proved to be a hit in other parts of the world but now it’s finally here in the UK and we couldn’t be more excited.
Standing at an impressive 4.5 inches tall, this is the biggest Mac ever made as the delicious description on the McDonald’s website reads:
Craving something big? Introducing the double cheesy, extra beefy Grand Big Mac™ for when that Big Mac® craving calls for something more.
Sink into two larger 100% pure beef sandwiched between a sesame seed bun. All dressed with two times the special sauce, crisp lettuce, onions, pickles and two slices of American cheese.
The release of this massive burger means the notorious Monster Mac is due an upgrade so let us introduce you to the Grand Monster Mac.
Although officially the McDonald’s secret menu doesn’t exist, hardcore fans of the fast food chain restaurant still spend hours coming up with new ideas and imaginative combinations they can order and enjoy.
The Monster Mac is one such item comprising of a whopping eight beef patties sandwiched between a bun with eight slices of cheese being optional.
Head of Marketing at McDonald’s UK, Steven Howells, spoke about the celebration in a statement:
As an iconic McDonald’s product, we are proud and excited to be celebrating 50 years of the legendary Big Mac and for the first time ever in the UK, introducing the two new sizes for a limited time.
We know a lot of our customers will remember the 1974 launch of the Big Mac in the UK and have continued to enjoy the burger and pass the Big Mac® love on since then, it remains our most iconic burger!
Something which doesn’t feature in McDonald’s restaurants, as a sauce, is mayo.
Maccies, which does use mayo in its burgers, does not include mayo as a dip. You can have tomato ketchup, BBQ, sweet and sour, curry sauce… but no mayo.
People have noticed this and have actually started a petition on change.org which is trying to make mayonnaise sachets a standard option.
Other countries have access to mayo, so why don’t we? This is unfair and the petition will fight the good fight for mayo lovers across the country.
The petition, titled ‘Make mayonnaise sachets/dips available in McDonald’s (because how are they not already?!)’, is looking to bring the issue to national attention.
Get signing… unless you hate mayo (like me. Sorry).