McDonald's McFlurry machines are notorious for breaking down. But when they work, they purveyor some of the most delightful ice cream/candy/cookie concoctions in fast food, and it looks like the chain's latest flavor is no exception. McDonald's is testing out cinnamon-packed Snickerdoodle McFlurries, according to the keen eyes of Ian Keiner, the man behind the Peep THIS Out Youtube channel.
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The latest installation in the sweet world of McFlurries takes the creamy soft serve base you know and love and heightens it with the inclusion of a McDonald's sugar cookie alongside a generous dusting of cinnamon. Keiner describes the results as a "really nice even mix" that "really tastes like a Snickerdoodle cookie -- just with a lot of frosty goodness."
Though the Snickerdoodle McFlurry was spotted in Southern California, it remains unclear whether or not McDonald's is testing the frozen treat anywhere else -- or whether there are plans for a nationwide expansion.
We reached a McDonald's representative for comment, but they were only vaguely able to state that "as part of our journey to build a better McDonald’s, we regularly conduct tests to look at ways we can enhance and improve our menu for customers."
So, while we would love to get our hands on a Snickerdoodle McFlurry ASAP, it's unclear if we ever will. Maybe we can phone another celebrity to help us out -- does anyone have Chance the Rapper's number?
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