McDonald’s has announced that it is relaunching it’s Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurries in all its Australian restaurants just in time for Easter.
News.com.au reports the Creme Eggs are smashed up and blended into the regular soft serve and will be available for a limited time only.
The bad news is that this McFlurry contains 1610kj (383 calories) per serve and 56g of sugar, which is more than double the 25g grams the World Health Organisation recommends we consume daily. So you may need to eggs-ercise some restraint.
The Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry retails for $4.55.
McDonald’s customers around the world have already gone crazy for the Easter-themed flavour, posting tweets including: “Just had a Cadbury creme egg Mcflurry here in Canada. Let me repeat that, A CADBURY CREME EGG MCFLURRY!!! #dreamsdocometrue.”
And Australian fans are matching their hysteria, tweeting, “Creme Egg McFlurry verdict: Yes.” and, “CADBURY CREME EGG MCFLURRY. NOT A DRILL. NEED HELP.”
OK people, I have to say it, please don’t hate me but – WHAT is all the fuss? Crème eggs are gross. I have never understood why people rave about them. It is like eating a really sugary, raw egg. No flavour. Just gooey, yuk. If you are going to break the diet please do it for something worth while. There, I said it.
Give me a caramello egg any day. Who else is with me?
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