Whoever is in charge of coming up with new desserts at McDonald’s is blessing us all and doing the lord’s work, coming up with maybe McDonald’s best idea ever: the Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry.
The legendary treat is a blend of vanilla soft-serve, chunks of milk chocolate, and swirls of that delicious Cadbury creamy center, all topped with whipped cream. I’m drooling.
Unfortunately, some things are too good to be true, and that’s definitely the case here. The Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry will only be sold in McDonald’s in Canada and Australia.
It’s that time of year again. The Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry is back! Scoop yours up before it’s gone. pic.twitter.com/aLXyb1KTJO
— McDonald’s Canada (@McDonaldsCanada) February 28, 2018
However devastating this may be, it actually does make sense. Here in the United States Cadbury Creme eggs are usually only considered an Easter treat, and they are way more popular in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
This could be because Cadbury was first produce in the UK, or because Cadbury chocolate is distributed by Hershey in the US and tastes different. So it makes sense that the Cadbury Creme McFlurry is being tested out in countries where the candy is so popular. Hopefully people will love it so much that it will make its way over to the States.
The Cadbury Creme McFlurry is on sale now but will only be available until Tuesday, April 10 as an Easter treat.
Road trip to Canada, anyone?