People are going insane over this McDonald’s dessert hack


There is nothing more satisfying than a good dessert hack, and McDonald’s has once again shown it’s the king of the hack.

When it comes to dessert hacks, no one does it better than McDonald’s.

I know, I know, other chains have their “secret menu” hacks as well, some of which are pretty good; but on the dessert front, no one can conquer King Ronald McDonald.

Yes, I said it.

I guess what I’m trying to make clear is that McDonald’s dessert hack game is on a whole other level than the rest of us, and just for funsies, the fast-food giant has inspired another dessert hack that is making the fast-food world go wild.

OK, are you ready?

Combine their Chocolate Chip Cookies with their Oreo McFlurry, and boom! You have yourself a dessert combination that could be the healer of all the world’s ills.

The finder of this dessert combo was Bustle, and do we owe them a debt of gratitude for this find. You won’t find this sick dessert hack on the McDonald’s regular menu board, oh no! You have to give the secret password and do four knocks on the board….. OK, there is no secret way to unlock this level of dessert hack goodness.

All you have to do is order the Oreo McFlurry and two Chocolate Chip Cookies, then slather some of the McFlurry (as much as you want really) on the flat side of one cookie. Then take the other cookie and sandwich it together to create a custom ice cream sandwich.

Now you see what we mean when we say McDonald’s is the absolute king of the dessert hack game?

I’ll give you another sweet McDonald’s dessert hack: Take their Chocolate Chip Cookies and combine it with the McFlurry with M&M’s. Oh my God, can you say dessert heaven? You won’t be able to because you’ll be too busy walking on Cloud 9 with these sweet, tasty desserts.

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What do you think of these dessert hacks? Are you going to try either of these sweet treats? Tell us what you think in the comments.