Fall fans have yet another tasty reason to rejoice today! McDonald's has announced that their popular autumn dessert is returning to the menu. The Pumpkin and Creme Pie is back. Since the now-famous Baked Apple Pie first hit McDonald's menus way back in 1968, the fast food chain has given its fans more than 40 types of pies. About a decade ago, they introduced a pumpkin pie for a bit of seasonal sweetness before giving us the Pumpkin and Creme Pie a few years later. The Pumpkin and Creme Pie has returned to the menu a few times since, and it will officially be back this year, as well.
The Pumpkin and Creme Pie is more of a turnover than a typical pie, which is the McDonald's pie's claim to fame. The seasonal pie's crust is sugar-coated and split down the middle. One side has pumpkin pie filling, while the other has vanilla creme. The combination makes for the perfect mixture of sweet flavors and textures.
The McDonald's Pumpkin Creme Pie Won't Be Available For Long
Plenty of folks are fans of the Pumpkin and Creme Pie, so it's no surprise McDonald's decided to bring the autumnal treat back. Still, if you're a Pumpkin and Creme Pie lover, keep in mind that your time to taste the treat is limited. The pie won't be available once fall is over.
However, while the season lasts, you'll be able to get yourself a pumpkin treat at McDonald's. Depending on where you pick up your pie, the price may be different. You'll most likely be able to snag two pies for two dollars or less. Pumpkin and Creme Pies won't be available at all McDonald's locations, but according to The Fast Food Post, you'll be able to find the fall delicacy at some McDonald's restaurants in Alabama, California, Idaho, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington. So, if you find yourself near one of those lucky drive-thrus, you can add a little pocket of fall flavors to your next coffee order.
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