McDonald's has just revealed two exciting new limited-time deals that will be available on the menus in just a few short weeks, following the success of its McRib Farewell Tour and the new Black Panther Happy Meal.
The business is hoping that their new Smoky BLT Quarter Pounder with Cheese and Oreo Fudge McFlurry, which goes on sale in restaurants all around the country on November 21, will become the "it" pairing of the season.
With the addition of Applewood-Smoked bacon, fresh tomatoes, shredded lettuce, and a new "smoky" sauce, the new dressed-up Quarter Pounder resembles the classic version. If you're very ravenous, you may also order a second.
The plan is to order the burger and match it with the brand-new OREO Fudge McFlurry, which resembles the original OREO but has an added swirl of fudge. Who do we need to contact to add some peanut butter to that?
If you want to see what all the hype is about, act quickly because this combination is reportedly only accessible for a short period of time. Both products will be available for purchase in-restaurant, via the chain's mobile app, and through McDelivery.
McDonald's doesn't usually introduce new sandwiches to its menu, but this year has seen a number of significant advancements.
From the discarded McPlant test to the most recent Chicken Big Mac test, which is currently only offered at a few locations in Miami, Florida.
All of the traditional Big Mac toppings, including the iconic special sauce, American cheese, pickles, shredded lettuce, and a sesame bun, are present in the new chicken creation
but the beef patties have been swapped out with tempura chicken patties. However, individuals who've tried the mashup have had conflicting opinions.