Holiday Mint McFlurry from McDonald’s

McDonald’s is getting in the spirit of the Christmas season already with the Holiday Mint McFlurry.  The full 12 oz. size has 570 calories and 21 grams of fat.

Swirls of reduced fat soft serve vanilla ice cream blended with peppermint candy pieces and our signature mint syrup make this the perfect holiday treat.

I spotted the Holiday Mint McFlurry for $2.59 in Maryland today and I’m wondering if a Gingerbread McFlurry is soon to follow.

8 comments on “Holiday Mint McFlurry from McDonald’s

  1. Manavee says:

    This wasn’t too bad. It tastes mostly of peppermint and has a nice crunch to it.

    By the way do you guys still need the CBO pictures? I’ve got them in my iphone if you do.

  2. Roger H says:

    This just reminds me that it’s almost time for the Peppermint Chocolate Chip Milkshake from Chick Fil A!!!

  3. Erica says:

    Where in MD was this found?

  4. Shana says:

    I love all things mint…gotta check out the calorie info. 🙂

  5. 3horseshoes says:

    Already with the effing “holidays”…It’s not even Hallowe’en yet…

    They’re already serving the egg nog shake at mcd’s near me in Cincinnati, OH.

  6. Gemini says:

    I tried this on Friday and it was so awful I pulled over in my car and threw it in the trash before it melted.

    When I saw the menu description I expected the “peppermint candy pieces” to be gooey/crunchy peppermint candy shards like what you get in the seasonal candy cane ice cream at the grocery store.

    Then when I read that it had their “signature mint syrup” I remembered the Peppermint Sundae that McDonald’s had when I was a kid during the holidays that had the red peppermint syrup drizzled on top and I HAD to try this new McFlurry.

    My McFlurry had no syrup at all, not on the top or the bottom. And the “peppermint pieces” were waxy red & green mini chocolate chip textured “nodules” that tasted artificial like hydrogenated oil & plastic.. floating in “white” ice cream.

    Their description makes it sound very different than what it actually is (and I see no syrup in the images above either).


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