The rumors are true – McDonald’s Australia just released a brand new McFlurry flavor and Kiwis are getting very, very excited.
For the first time ever, Aussies can get their hands on iconic New Zealand cookie brand Cookie Time in a delicious McFlurry collaboration.
« Before you say Bubblegum, this is a McFlurry collaboration that Australia has never seen before – one for all of our kiwi friends! » it said in a Facebook post.
Social media users and ice cream fiends alike argued that the cookie crumbs around the darkened bottom of the McFlurry mug and a furry red paw reaching into the picture could only signal one thing – cookie time.
The brand new McFlurry is a flavor that will only be available for the first week at McDelivery through Uber Eats.
However, starting March 3, customers will be able to get the Cookie Time McFlurry in all Macca restaurants across the country.
The McFlurry offers the classic soft serve of the Macca, mixed with crumbly Choc Chunk Cookie Time pieces swirled with delicious hot fudge topping.
If you haven’t had cookie time, they’re from Christchurch with the company founded in 1983.
Although we’ve never been blessed by this combination, McDonald’s in New Zealand released a Cookie Time McFlurry with Cookie Time Chocolate Chunk Cookie Crumbs, paired with McDonald’s caramel sauce and soft serve back in 2018.
Aussie fans were especially thrilled with the thought of the combo. One social media user joked, « I guess I’ll get fat again if it’s cookie-time cookies. »
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