McDonald's Reveals New Donut Sticks

McDonald's Reveals New Donut Sticks

McDonald's Reveals New Donut Sticks

You may have heard the rumors, and now it's a reality. McDonald's is marketing it as a crunchy outside sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and a soft, doughy inside.

McDonald's tested the donut sticks at restaurants in IL in early 2018 and again in October, VanGosen said.

The fast-food chain is giving Donut Sticks a try!

The new donut sticks are a limited-time item and will be available nationwide from February 20. You can enjoy the combination during breakfast hours.

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McDonald's is debuting a new breakfast item: McCafe Donut Sticks.

"We are thrilled to be making breakfast at McDonald's even more delicious by introducing Donut Sticks", she added.

According to Business Insider, McCafé Donut Sticks will be the company's first "major change" in breakfast items in over a decade.

"We looked at several donut shapes, tested a variety of doughs and even worked to get the amount of cinnamon sugar just right for the recipe".

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Customers can also bundle a half-dozen Donut Sticks and a small McCafé brewed coffee for a special price at participating restaurants.

The much-rumored addition to the breakfast menu follows two periods of testing, first in some IL restaurants in early 2018 and then again in October.

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