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McDonald's Is Testing a Snickerdoodle McFlurry — And It Looks So Tasty

We know you love snickerdoodles, so we have some very important news to share: McDonald's is testing a Snickerdoodle McFlurry.

McDonald's Snickerdoodle McFlurry

Photo: Peep THIS Out!

The YouTube channel Peep THIS Out! posted a video last week revealing that a Southern California McDonald's restaurant is now offering a blended ice cream treat with the tasty combination of McDonald's beloved sugar cookies and a hefty dose of warming cinnamon for a "limited time."

We reached out to McDonald's to see if the fast-food giant plans to expand the offering to, say, any of the rest of us, and they replied, "As part of our journey to build a better McDonald’s, we regularly conduct tests to look at ways we can enhance and improve our menu for customers."

If you're in SoCal, go let the folks at McD's know the nation approves and is anxiously awaiting the eastward expansion of this cinnamon-sugar treat.

If they hear our pleas, it wouldn't be first time McFlurry fans have persuaded the Golden Arches to give us what we want. Earlier this year, McDonald's brought back the Twix McFlurry after initially putting it on the menu in 2015 and then removing it so cruelly.

Of course, one small catch there — like the Snickerdoodle McFlurry of today, you would have been required to travel to get the Twix McFlurry. It was only offered in the U.K. during it's revival.

The Snickerdoodle McFlurry sells for $2.69, and who even knows where you'll find one. But try anyway.

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Kimberly Holland

About Kimberly Holland

Kimberly's favorite hobby is grocery shopping. Her second favorite hobby is realizing she already had two of the foods she just bought. Will bake. Won't grill. Can caramel. Find her at khollandcooks on Instagram and on Allrecipes.