McDonald’s Twix McFlurry Looks Like a Royal Treat
Our British friends may be struggling with Brexit, but they’ve nabbed themselves a royal treat that we Yanks can’t get our hungry hands on: The tasty-looking Twix McFlurry, offered only at U.K. McDonald’s.
According to the McDonald’s U.K. menu, the Twix McFlurry consists of “soft dairy ice cream swirled with Twix chocolate coated biscuit pieces and chocolate caramel sauce.” (What the Brits call “biscuits,” we Americans call “cookies.”) British newspaper The Sun says it’s only around in the U.K. until March 19.
McDonald’s U.K. didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. But a 2015 story from Foodbeast reports that the Twix McFlurry was available in certain U.S. markets a few years ago.
Although you can’t get it in the U.S. now, you can get other McFlurry flavors, such as Oreo or M&Ms. (My Seattle McDonald’s had a Rolo McFlurry recently, which at least has the caramel that the Twix variety contains, but they have now stopped offering it.)
Other interesting international McFlurry flavors include Stroopwafel and Cadbury Crème Egg. If you’re harboring some fast-food fascination, here are 10 crazy secrets your favorite fast-food chains don’t want you to know.