McDonald’s Australia Introduces Cadbury Crème Egg McFlurry

Mar 09, 2016 07:47 PM EST | By Shilpa Chakravorty


McDonald's Australia has recently combined the esteemed McFlurry with the Cadbury Crème Egg to create a decadent dessert to welcome this Spring.

The Cadbury Crème Egg McFlurry is made with vanilla soft serve ice cream, chocolate pieces, and a crème egg-flavored topping, according to E Online.

According to reports from Today, the menu item is also available in the U.K., Canada, and New Zealand.

The dessert contains approximately 383 calories of sugar, which roughly equals to 56 grams, so people who are health conscious might want to skip this, no matter how tasty it looks.

The newest addition of McDonald's will be available through April 5, or until stocks last, according to The Daily Meal.

Eater describes the mashup as "the Easter bunny's worst nightmare," while others see the new McFlurry as a contender for best seasonal dessert offering. 

Although there has been no word as to if this extensively sweet and delicious treat will actually make its way to US or not, yet foodies have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of the tasty dessert.

Notably, this is not McDonald's first endeavor to bring in Spring dishes and drinks. Earlier, McDonald's had also invented the Shamrock Shake, especially for this Spring.

The Shake will be available throughout the month, until St Patrick's Day boasts of 530 calories and 15 grams of fat in just a 12 - ounce Shamrock Shake. However, that has not deterred the foodies from across the world, and nowadays even the Shamrock Shake can be made at home.

Fortunately, it's easy to make Shamrock Shake at home, and all one needs is vanilla milkshakes, whipped cream, chocolate syrup, Oreos or whiskey depending on the requirements.

For those who are too enthusiastic about trying out the recipe at home, click ahead for tips and recipes on how to make the Shamrock Shake at home. 

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