Fast Food

McDonald’s Adds PUMPKIN & CREME PIE To Fall Dessert Menu

Seasonally, McDonald’s has been known to add the a pumpkin pie variation to its dessert menu. This year, however, the fast food chain is testing a new version of the classic fall pie: Pumpkin and Creme Pie.

Like the rest of McDonald’s pie line, it will feature a seasoned filling baked inside a flakey crust. Unlike the previous pumpkin pie, this one features half pumpkin filling and half creme filling.

The Pumpkin and Creme Pie will be available at select McDonald’s locations through the fall. Hopefully they’ll make it to our neck of the woods.

So far a couple photos have made their way onto Instagram. Check them out.


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Popeyes Has Deep-Fried Spiced Pumpkin ‘N Cream Cheese Pies


We’re about halfway through this fall season which means there’s only a limited amount of time left to enjoy all the pumpkin things. Popeyes knows what’s what with their new Spiced Pumpkin ‘N Cream Cheese Pies.

The pies might remind of you some other famous handheld pies also available in pumpkin, but don’t be fooled. These pies are deep-fried, not baked, because that’s how to do things proper in the south. These Hot Pocket dessert-looking pies are filled with cream cheese and spiced pumpkin filling, nestled in a crispy, flaky pie crust. Drool.

Available for a buck, these pies won’t break the bank, but they won’t be available for long, so check your local Popeyes while you have time.

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Here’s What a 1,200-Pound Pumpkin Crushing a Truck Looks Like


When attending a festival, anyone can check out the pie-eating contest or enjoy some live music, but it’s not often one can see a truck get crushed by a giant pumpkin. A Pennsylvania-based festival has a unique tradition when it comes to overgrown pumpkins that do just that.

Rather than carving them or turning them into pies, the people of the Conneaut Lake Park Pumpkin Festival drop them from 120 feet in the air onto a vehicle. Surrounded by an eager crowd, the delivery truck anxiously awaits its fate. Death by pumpkin.

One attendee, Eric Dye, was able to capture the smashing tradition. The video below documents the event pretty clearly, and it’s literally what one would expect to see.

H/T Mashable Vidthx Eric Dye