McDonald’s Australia’s Mighty Angus burger is coming back with crème brulee McFlurry


McDonald’s brings back one of its most popular burgers AND a Crème Brulée McFlurry flavour in quiet new ‘winter menu’ launch

  • McDonald’s is today bringing back its highly-popular Might Angus Burger 
  • The eatery is launching its new winter menu in stores across the country
  • On the menu will also be the new Crème Brulée McFlurry and Crème Brulée Pie 
  • McDonald’s mozzarella sticks with a chunky tomato relish has returned as well 
  • The new winter menu will be available to order for a limited time only 

McDonald’s has announced it is bringing back it’s fan-favourite Mighty Angus Burger and some delicious snack and new dessert items. 

Launching nationwide, the eatery’s winter menu will also include mozzarella sticks and the first-ever Crème Brulée McFlurry and Crème Brulée Pie. 

Foodies can order the new and returning menu items from today 6 July but you better be quick as they will only be available for a limited time. 

McDonald's is bringing back its highly-popular Mighty Angus Burger and mozzarella sticks as part of its new winter menu

McDonald’s is bringing back its highly-popular Mighty Angus Burger and mozzarella sticks as part of its new winter menu

The highly-popular Mighty Angus burger had a short hiatus from the menu and has been brought back due to strong demand.

It has two 100 per cent Aussie Angus beef patties with chunky tomato relish, cheese bacon and red onions in a soft bun. 

Inspired by the classic dessert, the decadent new crème brulée McFlurry features vanilla ice-cream topped with a warm caramel drizzle and crispy pastry bites filled with a smooth custard and burnt caramel. 

The crème brulée pie puts a twist on the French sweet treat with the same custard and caramel filling wrapped in delicious pastry and is served hot to warm customers this winter. 

Snack-lovers will want to try the crunchy mozzarella sticks served with a chunky tomato relish. 

Launching nationwide, the eatery's winter menu will also include the first-ever Crème Brulée McFlurry and Crème Brulée Pie

Launching nationwide, the eatery’s winter menu will also include the first-ever Crème Brulée McFlurry and Crème Brulée Pie

The winter menu can be ordered via the MyMacca’s app and McDelivery or in stores across the country. 

McDonald’s has also released the McPlant burger to select Australian restaurants in Victoria to assess customer reactions. 

The burger is being released in 270 Macca’s eateries across Victoria from Wednesday 6 July until Tuesday 1 November for a trial run before the fast-food chain decides whether there is enough demand for it nationwide.

The McPlant, which was co-developed with Beyond Meat, is made with a juicy plant-based patty that contains peas, rice, potatoes, and beetroot. 

The patty is served on a sesame seed bun with tomato, lettuce, pickles, onions, mayonnaise-style sauce, ketchup, mustard and a slice of American cheese.

‘Our McPlant offers customers the same iconic Macca’s taste, in a delicious plant-based burger,’ said McDonald’s.

McDonald's has announced the long-awaited arrival of the McPlant burger to select Australian restaurants in Victoria to assess customer tastes and reactions

McDonald’s has announced the long-awaited arrival of the McPlant burger to select Australian restaurants in Victoria to assess customer tastes and reactions

The vegan patty is part of a test McDonald’s is doing on new menu items and flavours as it appeals to a broader range of people.

However, the McPlant is not strictly a vegan burger despite its patty.

The burger contains non-vegan ingredients such as American cheese and mayonnaise, and will be cooked on the same grill as meat-based products and eggs.

While customers are still able to customise and request to remove the cheese, mayonnaise, or any other ingredients – there is still room for cross-contamination. 

In addition, this is not the first time McDonald’s Australia has released a vegan or vegetarian-friendly option. 

McDonald’s previously attempted to introduce the McVeggie burger in 2016 and in 2019 but both attempts failed due to lack of demand.

So if there isn’t enough traction around the McPlant – the long-awaited burger might not make it out of Victoria.

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