McDonald's sparked a frenzy in May with its launch of $2 cinnamon doughnut balls - and now the fast food giant has released a new banana caramel pie McFlurry.
In partnership with UberEats, the new ice-cream flavour can be purchased for $4.95 exclusively off the food delivery app between June 3 to 10.From June 11, Australians can buy the banana caramel pie McFlurry from McDonald's restaurants.
The new flavour has chunks of the McDonald's crispy pie pastry with a banana, caramel filling topped with hot caramel fudge.
McDonald's has launched a new banana caramel pie McFlurry for $4.95 and customers are calling it a 'game changer'
On social media the news quickly spread, with thousands of customers expressing their excitement online.'I need to try this one!' one woman wrote on Facebook.
'An absolute game changer,' another said, 바다이야기게임
a third added: 'I need this!!'<
/>For an extra 55 cents customers can choose to add another dollop of the delicious caramel topping, but a delivery service fee will be charged when ordered off UberEats
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/>The new ice-cream flavour can be purchased off UberEats between June 3 to 10, and from June 11 Australians can buy the banana caramel pie McFlurry from McDonald's restaura
/>Last month customers also went crazy for the cinnamon balls (pictured). The $2 dessert comes with hot fudge dipping sauce for an extra $1.50 and is currently only available in New South Wa
/>Last month customers also went crazy for the cinnamon balls, but not everyone was able to get their hands on them
/>The $2 dessert comes with hot fudge dipping sauce for an extra $1.50 and is currently only available in McDonald's restaurants across New South Wal
/>The menu item, which includes five donut balls coated in cinnamon sugar, is expected to be available throughout all Australian states in the coming weeks
'Donut Balls from Maccas. I've died and gone to heaven,' one wrote on Facebook. <
/>'Did anyone else know you could get Donut Balls from McDonald's? Today is a good day!' another said.