Oh Wow, Mcdonalds, you’ve done it again. First, you kept us stocked with bread and milk during quarantine and now you’re launching two new treats that we can’t wait to try. Introducing Maccas doughnut balls and the all-new Banana Caramel Pie McFlurry.

The lucky ducks living in NSW were the first to sample the McDonald’s “$2 doughnut balls” and the overwhelming message from fans was: “Do-nut take our doughnut balls away.”

The powers that be have heard our calls and now are rolling out the doughnut balls to McDonalds store nationwide and via McDelivery from 10 June.

There’s only one big key difference – the $2 doughnut balls are actually $3.

A McDonalds spokesperson has explained the dollar difference by saying that during its product trial phase in NSW there was an error in the original media reporting, leading fans to (incorrectly) believe the balls were just $2 a pack.

However, we doubt that an extra buck will deter fans after the frenzied feedback the balls received during the testing stage.

The limited edition $3 cinnamon doughnut balls are available in packs of five. You can grab a hot fudge dipping sauce for an extra 50 cents. Apparently, they will only be around until July, so go get ‘em now.

It’s The Banana Caramel Pie McFlurry

Also, new to the McDonalds menu is the Banana Caramel Pie McFlurry. This was introduced exclusively via the UberEats app for a week, but now makes its appearance in stores from 10 June.

The all-new McFlurry is described as:
“A perfect combination of Macca’s famous crispy pie pastry with a delicious banana caramel filling combined with caramel topping swirled into our famous soft serve.”

The Banana Caramel Pie McFlurry is priced at $5.00 and for an additional 55 cents, you can get extra caramel topping.

Are you keen to try the doughnut balls and the Banana Caramel Pie McFlurry? Tell us in the comments below.

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  • Omg this looks so yum but greasy at the same time haha! Love Maccas but the o Lu healthy thing they have is the pieces of apples for kids :P


  • Sorry I won’t be trying – just lots of sugar and fat – no wonder our children are borderline obese these days.


  • These both sound a bit yucckkk. They are so processed, full of fat and laden with sugar, No thanks .


  • Boy would I love to have the McFlurry, but no can do because of the Sundae part and pregnancy.


  • Yum! This looks so good.


  • The top layer of the McFlurry was nice where the banana pie and topping was but it was just plain soft serve after that. I’d like to see the topping and banana pie mixed throughout the whole thing.


  • I tried the donut balls – they tasted ok. But they’re very very small. From the pictures I’ve seen they look bigger but infact they’re tiny.
    They’re only $3, but even so – for 5 tiny balls I won’t be buying again.


  • The McFlurry looks good, not sure if I will try it though


  • Since I only go to McDonald’s once a month I’m definitely going to try them both. It’s an indulgence and one I intend to try, if they are still available by the time I get there.


  • So whilst I try to avoid Maccas, you know I’m so going to have to try the donut balls AND the Banana Caramel Pie McFlurry! You have to be informed, right?


  • I love banoffee pie so this sounds great! I’d love to try!


  • They both sound nice but I don’t see myself buying either. McDonald’s is really only good for drive thru coffee.


  • Nope, won’t be trying these. More sugar is not necessary in our diets.


  • Keen to try the donuts but not the mcflurry


  • My kids loved the doughnut balls although I havent tried them yet


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