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McDonald’s is bringing back two fan favourites in just weeks – and sweet lovers are ‘all over it’

MCDONALD’S is set to bring back two fan favourites in a matter of weeks – and sweet lovers are “all over it”.

The fast-food chain has caused a huge stir among foodies after revealing it will now sell a beloved McFlurry flavour in its branches.


The fast food chain is bringing back a popular McFlurry flavour[/caption]


The McFlurry Biscoff is making a come back in a matter of weeks[/caption]

McDonald’s is bringing back the Lotus Biscoff McFlurry adding to its already popular range.

A savvy user shared the announcement on the popular Facebook group Latest Deals, Extreme Couponing and Bargains.

Thomas said: “Lotus Biscoff is coming to McDonald’s from April 17!”

The dessert comes with the famous McDonald’s ice cream and was topped with Biscoff sauce and crumbled Biscoff biscuits.

The sweet treat offers a “deeply caramelised tasting biscuit” that is “swirled onto the soft-serve McFlurry ice cream giving it that extra crunch”.

A small Biscoff McFlurry will cost you £1.49 while a large one will cost you £1.99.

Biscoff lovers will also have the chance to nab Maccie’s popular Frappe in the same flavour.

But you’ll need to hurry if you want to get your hands on one as it’ll only be available until the stock runs out.

How will prices compare to other McFlurrys?

You can currently get the Maltesers, Smarties, and Oreo McFlurry mini-size flavours for £1.49, the same as the Biscoff mini-size.

However, the regular sizes for the Maltesers, Smarties and Oreo flavours are £1.79, 20p cheaper than the regular Biscoff size.

Meanwhile, the Wispa and Wispa Gold mini-size flavours come in at £1.79 while the regular sizes both cost £2.29, so the Biscoff is cheaper than these two options on both sizes.

The post has now gathered dozens of likes from fellow foodies celebrating the comeback.

Many flocked to the comments section to tag their pals and share their thoughts.

Praising the delicious flavour, one said: “I love anything Biscoff,” and one user wrote: “You’re all over this.”

Excited users said: “We have to go. OMG I’m getting both,” and another replied: “Put this in your calendar.”

A mum said: “I may have to do a drive through before school run,” another replied: “I can’t wait.”

Another penned: “Oh my God this is a dream come true.”

McDonald’s previously axed the Biscoff McFlurry last year as part of a huge menu shake-up.

Shoppers were able to snap up the limited-edition ice cream from June 21 – but it was ditched leaving shoppers devastated.

It comes as the fast-food giant slashed the price of its Happy Meals by nearly half for the Easter holidays – here’s how to claim.

It is spreading joy this Easter by slashing prices by a whopping 40 per cent on the beloved Happy Meals.

How can I save money at McDonald’s?

Signing up to the My McDonald’s app means you can keep on top of the latest deals and offers.

The app will allow you to browse the latest menu available at McDonald’s – you can download it for free via Google Play or the App Store.

It works anywhere you have internet, so you can look up what’s on offer while you’re out and about, or at home.

Every Monday, the app has a host of deals available to cash in on.

Researching and comparing prices at your local McDonald’s branches could also save you some cash on your order.

Menu prices can vary in restaurants just a couple of miles apart – so choose your branch wisely.

Our research found a Big Mac meal can be up to 30p cheaper at restaurants that are just two miles apart from each other.

You can bag freebies and discounts on your birthday if you’re a McDonald’s app user.

Remember to log your date of birth in the app – otherwise, you could miss out on free food or drinks.

The birthday offers are usually in line with the McDonald’s Mondays offers, discounts and deals.

If you’re a Big Mac fan, you can get the burger along with a side of fries for just £1.99.

To get the offer you need to fill out a quick survey feedback survey after a previous visit to redeem the offer.

All you need is an old McDonald’s receipt from a previous trip no longer than 60 days ago. 


Shoppers can also try other McFlurry flavours – including Maltesers, Smarties, and Oreo[/caption]

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