McGriddles & Chocolate Pie to be Back in McDonald’s from 17 Feb 2020

There are some items from McDonald’s that should stay permanent: for example, the Salted Egg Yolk Loaded Fries. It was so good, everyone online was praising it, and last I heard, many people even started a petition for it to be included in army cookhouses. Then there are some items that should burn in hell, like the McGriddles and Chocolate Pie.

And alas; because reverse psychology always work, McDonald’s not bringing back the Salted Egg Yolk Loaded Fries, but the highly popular and highly unhealthy McGriddles & Chocolate Pie.

The good-est news? It’s not just for breakfast.

The bad-est news? You’d have to wait for four more days.

Here are the deets.

McGriddles & Chocolate Pie to be Back in McDonald’s from 17 Feb 2020

From 17 February 2020, people in Singapore have a new place to hoard some goody food: McDonald’s.

The fast-food chain is bringing back the McGriddles next Monday, and it’s not just a breakfast item but a full day item—that means you can order it any time, be it 6am or 6pm.

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You’ve no idea what a McGriddles is? Then do yourself a favour and start living a life, and also read this article about 8 facts about McGriddles and also our review of the McGriddles.

It’ll come in three variants:

Sausage McGriddles with Egg

Sausage McGriddles with Egg
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The Sausage McGriddles with Egg will be $5.40 ala carte, and $6 for a meal.

Sausage McGriddles

Sausage McGriddles
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The Sausage McGriddles will be $4.50 ala carte, and $5.10 for a meal.

McGriddles Stack

McGriddles Stack
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This new item, the McGriddles Stack, is $6.20 ala carte, and $7.10 for a meal. For this item, it’s like McGriddles on steroids: it has not one but two chicken sausage patties packed between the iconic griddle cakes, along with melted cheese, a sunny-side-up egg and crispy chicken bacon.

Cut fat can wait until 2021 lah.

Chocolate Pie’s Back, Too

But that’s not all.

McDonald’s is also bringing back the calories-packed Chocolate Pie.

McDonald's Chocolate Pie
Image: McDonald’s Singapore

Once again, you can read our review of the Chocolate Pie here if you’ve not tried it before.

McDonald’s App Has MORE Deals

If you’re like BuffLord95 or XiaoBeach73, you’d have downloaded the McDonald’s new app and have redeemed countless deals from the app, from spicy nuggets you don’t want to makan to drinks you take just to fill up your fridge.

If so, you’d be glad to know that more deals are coming your way from 20 February 2020.

Image: McDonald’s Singapore

From 20 February to 18 March, McDonald’s is launching 28 days of deals on the My McDonald’s App, with 1-for-1 deals on popular breakfast favourites, from the Big Breakfast and Filet-O-Fish to Family Bundle C that are perfect for ushering in the school holidays.

If you’ve not downloaded their app, now’s the good-est time to download it. And also, while you’re at it, download the Goody Feed app also lah: you know long long time ago hor, we got help in lobbying for the Chocolate Pie to come to Singapore one? McDonald’s video also got show our article one leh.

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