McDonald’s Is Making a Snickerdoodle McFlurry Just for the Holidays

The Snickerdoodle McFlurry is the first holiday McFlurry to be released in seven years!

It might be getting cold, but even when there’s snow on the ground, it’s not hard to enjoy a scoop of ice cream. Between all the seasonal flavors, there’s plenty of chocolate, peppermint and cinnamon to go around! Häagen-Dazs peppermint bark ice cream definitely brings the holiday cheer. Plus, we’re hearing a lot of buzz about Dairy Queen’s Snickerdoodle Blizzard.

Now, McDonald’s is introducing a cinnamon-y treat to the menu: the already-famous Snickerdoodle McFlurry.

What’s in the McFlurry?

It starts with classic creamy vanilla soft serve, of course. Then it’s blended with bits of snickerdoodle cookies. That’s it! It’s simple, but it’ll satisfy any cookie lover.

Back when McDonald’s was testing out this McFlurry in stores in Southern California, at least one taste-tester described it as “almost overpowering,” so unless you’re a fan of sugar and cinnamon, you might want to stick to the M&M McFlurry. But for anyone with a snickerdoodle sweet tooth, there’s nothing else that’s as full of flavor as this treat.

Can’t get enough snickerdoodle? You can try making your own holiday eggnog snickerdoodles or snickerdoodle ice cream sandwiches.

How Long Is the Snickerdoodle McFlurry Going to Stick Around?

For right now, McDonald’s is only selling the Snickerdoodle McFlurry through UberEats. We have to say that getting a McFlurry delivered right to your door sounds like a pretty sweet deal!

Then, after November 17, you’ll be able to find the McFlurry in stores across the country. It’s a seasonal flavor, so make sure to sleigh your way over to McDonald’s before it’s gone.

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Sophia Lo
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