The camembert donut is coming to McDonald’s and it’s the most delicious thing ever! The downside is you can only get them in Germany.
If you love the stuffed crust pizza, the new camembert donuts from McDonald’s are going to be the next thing on your foods to try. Think of it as the mozzarella sticks, only with better cheese and in a donut form! The only downside to the delicious donuts is they’re not available in the U.S. You can only get them in Germany.
Well, that is, they’re only available in Germany, so far. Maybe, just maybe, they will come to the U.S. in the future when McDonald’s realizes just how many people already love the idea. Unfortunately, the Holland mayo is still to make its way across—that’s a must when you get fries over there!
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Camembert donuts have already been described as delicious goodness and “100 times better than fries.” Those who love the European cheese will certainly be a major fan, because you get the camembert aroma too. And if that wasn’t enough, a box of the donuts comes with a cranberry sauce. It’s like Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year all rolled into one.
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While the donuts are vegetarian-friendly, they’re not vegan-friendly. The camembert is made with cow’s milk, sourced exclusively from Germany and Austria. The cheese is breaded and deep-fried to create Heaven on Earth.
This is certainly worth a trip to Germany. Next time I’m in the country, I know exactly what I’ll be ordering…
Did the sound of camembert donuts make your mouth water? Would you love for them to come over to the U.S.? Which McDonald’s treats overseas would you love to see? Share your thoughts in the comments below.