SECTIONS
What would you like to know?
Share this Story

McDonald's Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry is brilliant except for one thing

Adriana Velez is Food Editor for SheKnows. She spent her formative years in Brooklyn, which pretty much explains everything about her. She now lives somewhere else and has discovered life after kale and kombucha. She's written for Civil ...

So close — and yet so far away

McDonald's is now serving Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurrys, and I have two very important questions. One, why didn't we think of this before? And two, why are they only available in this one, remote location?

The Easter-themed confections are being sold in Australia only. And OK, fine, that's not remote if you live Down Under. But for those of us living in, say, Boulder, Colorado, or Athens, Georgia, this is not a treat we can pick up on our way home from work.

More: Homemade Cadbury creme eggs: We're sorry, waistline

Sure, you could grab some sour grapes and say those Cadbury eggs aren't any good anymore ever since the company started using cheaper chocolate. And with a whopping 14 teaspoons of sugar, it's probably for the best that we don't have convenient access to the Cadbury McFlurry. (According to the World Health Organization, people who want to live a long, healthy life are advised to limit their daily intake of sugar to 6 tablespoons.) But we're still a little jelly of the Aussies.

More: Chocolate lava cakes with Cadbury Creme Eggs

You know what, though? This is not rocket science we're witnessing here. Do you have a blender? Hey, me too! Do you have access to a grocery store? Awesome. You can totes make your own creme egg milkshake, and it'll probably be even better.

More: Deep-fried Cadbury Creme Eggs are a post-Lent treat you deserve

So thanks for the idea, McDonald's. We will be exploring this idea further in our test kitchens. More to come soon!

Comments
Hot
New in Food & Recipes
Close

And you'll see personalized content just for you whenever you click the My Feed .

SheKnows is making some changes!