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McDonald’s Is Now Testing A Stroopwafel McFlurry In Florida

McDonald’s locations in Florida are testing some eats from across the globe, including a Stroopwafel McFlurry that’s sure to excite fans of the Dutch treat.

For those that aren’t in the know, stroopwafel is a caramel-filled treat that’s kind of a cross between a waffle and a cookie. They’re wildly popular in the Netherlands, but you can find some versions of it in the United States as well. The waffle’s rich, caramel flavor has turned it into a cult favorite here in the U.S., making it an ideal dessert to incorporate into McFlurrys as part of this test.

The McFlurry is not the only global McDonald’s item being tested. According to the Miami Herald, there will also be BBQ McShaker Fries from Malaysia, a McSpicy Chicken sandwich from Hong Kong, and Spain’s Grand McExtreme Bacon Burger, served with Gouda and a special McBacon Sauce.

McDonald’s has been serving some global menu items at its new headquarters in Chicago, but it’s nice to see them expanding those efforts outside of the HQ walls.

The new “Flavors from Abroad” menu debuted September 5, in 50 locations around Miami, Florida, and will be around for a limited time.

For those of you looking to get a taste of this Stroopwafel McFlurry, or the other items being tested, you’ll need to get to Miami ASAP to try it out for yourself.

By Constantine Spyrou

Constantine's life revolves around eating, studying, and talking about food. He's obsessed with eggs, gyros, and the future of food.