McDonald's Launches Seasonal Snickerdoodle McFlurry

The chain’s first-holiday ice cream offering in seven years.

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McDonald’s is celebrating the festive season by introducing its all-new Snickerdoodle McFlurry, the first-holiday ice cream offering from the chain in seven years. This follows 2012’s Holiday Mint McFlurry, which was a rich concoction of sweet mint syrup and peppermint candy.

The new dessert is made up of soft-serve vanilla blended with a mix of crunchy cinnamon cookie crumbles. It was first tested in Southern California earlier this year, and the reviews were met with wide approval. Now the fast-food chain is allowing the public to have an early taste of the ice cream from November 11 – 17 in the United States, but with just one catch — you have to make an order through the UberEats app as part of McDonald’s McDelivery. After this period, the dessert will be available nationwide at physical McDonald’s locations for a limited time.

In a statement, McDonald’s Vice President of Menu Innovation Linda VanGosen shared the uniqueness of the sweet delicacy:

“We know our customers enjoy the McFlurry year-round, and we wanted to give them a little something special to help celebrate the holidays. Our chefs mixed up multiple flavors to ensure we got the recipe just right, with the irresistible combination of Snickerdoodle cookies and our creamy vanilla soft serve. We’re excited to give our customers early access to try the new Snickerdoodle McFlurry from the comfort of their home when they order McDelivery with Uber Eats.”

Scroll up for a look at the new McDonald’s Snickerdoodle McFlurry and stay tuned for more news on the holiday treat.

In case you missed it, Pringles celebrated Thanksgiving with its “Turducken Friendsgiving Feast” Kit featuring turkey, duck and chicken-flavored chips.

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