MCDONALD’S makes all our Christmas dreams come true with its new millionaire donut and chocolate brownie.
A mixed berry muffin was also added to the menu, and the Millionaire’s Latte also made a festive comeback.
Topping our list to try is the limited edition donut, which has caramel frosting and a sweet sauce topping.
It is topped with a pinch of cookie pieces and a drizzle of dark cocoa. Sounds delicious, right?
It costs Â£ 1.39, but you might not want to consume too much, as only one has 250 calories – the same as a Maccies burger.
The brownie is also back and is made with melted Belgian chocolate and cocoa with added chocolate chunks.
It also costs Â£ 1.39 for one and has 310 calories, which is slightly more than a cheeseburger.
Another one we’ve seen before is the Mixed Berry Muffin which features blueberries, red currants, and black currants, along with a raspberry jam filling and an oatmeal granola finish.
These are cheaper at Â£ 1.29 each and contain 298 calories.
Muffin and brownie snacks are a permanent fixture on the menu, unlike the donut which is only available for the holiday season.
Millionaire’s Latte is also back in time for Christmas and costs Â£ 1.99 for a medium and Â£ 2.29 for a large.
The winter warmer consists of a large dose of espresso, steamed milk and a caramel cookie flavored syrup, topped with a swirl of chocolate cream and a drizzle of caramel.
Again, you should probably only drink them as a treat, as they contain 198 calories at a time.
All of the cafe’s items are available for purchase today, although prices may vary depending on which branch you visit.
Indeed, the majority of McDonald’s restaurants in the UK are franchised and can set their own prices.
You can find your nearest store here using the locator tool.
Today we revealed that McDonald’s is bringing back Matchmaker McFlurry Mint for the first time in six years.
He also added a pesto and bacon burger to his menu this week and it looks delicious.
In other news, a McDonald’s fan bought 20 chicken nuggets for just 49 pence on Uber Eats, saving him Â£ 7.99.