Maccas fans watch out, McDonald’s Australia has just announced the return of some fan favourites, alongside some newcomers.

The McDonald’s Australia Winter menu is now available, reintroducing some old fan favourites and showing off some new items. As for the returning champs, the Mighty Angus burger and Mozzarella sticks look to make a return to the menu.

The Mighty Angus burger will have the same two 100% Aussie Angus Beef patties with cheese, bacon, red onion, chunky tomato relish and McChicken sauce all between two “super-soft” gourmet buns.

The Mozzarella sticks will be served with a hearty chunky tomato relish to pair with the cheese-filled breadsticks.

With the addition of two returning items comes two brand new items for those with a sweet tooth— the Crème Brulée McFlurry and Crème Brulée Pie.

The Crème Brulée Pie will be filled with crème custard and burnt caramel fillings. The pie will be served hot, making it a great addition for the upcoming winter months.

The Crème Brulée McFlurry will contain vanilla soft serve ice cream, crème custard, burnt caramel fillings as well as a drizzle of warmed caramel topping. Both of these new deserts look to warm up the bones of anybody who orders them during Australia’s winter season.

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All four of the new items will be available for a limited time at McDonald’s restaurants from today, July 6 for an undisclosed amount of time. If you want to try any of these food options make sure you go soon.

Macca’s isn’t new to introducing limited-time or limited locations food items, as it was recently discovered by someone on TikTok that a specific McDonald’s in Sydney exclusively serves a Piña Colada soft serve flavour.

The dessert is listed on the restaurant’s menu as a Flavour Burst Soft Serve Cone and customers can choose between grape, chocolate, raspberry, banana and Pina Colada.

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