Big Mac fans rejoice! If you've ever wanted to celebrate your birthday while also giving a clear nod to your love of Big Macs, your time is finally at hand. This baker has created a near-perfect replica of the McDonald's favourite made
McDonalds has launched its limited edition festive menu with some old favourites, new additions, and the return of the Big Tasty.
A McDonald's drive-through customer is now being sought by police after reportedly throwing a cup of hot coffee in a young employee's face.
McDonald's isn't exactly number one on the list of vegan-friendly eateries. But, for vegans in Sweden and Finland, McDonald's just got a hell of a lot friendlier. SEE ALSO: McDonald's is testing out a McVegan burger in Finland McDonald's is making its McVegan burger a permanent menu fixture in Sweden and Finland after a successful trial of the item in Tampere, Finland, a spokesperson confirmed to <em>Mashable</em>. Den 28 december är den här - #McVegan, vår första veganska burgare! 😋 #donken #vego #vegan A post shared by McDonald's Sverige (@mcdonaldssverige) on Dec 12, 2017 at 5:31am PST So, what exactly is in a McVegan burger? Per the McDonald's Finland website, the vegan hamburger is a "100% vegetable-based hamburger" comprised of a soybean steak, topped with "Vegan McFeast sauce," fresh tomato, salad and pickles. 100% vegaaninen McVegan vain 3 €, saatavana Tampereen McDonald's-ravintoloista huomenna 4.10. klo 10.00 alkaen! Mättö kuuluu kaikille. #mcvegan #vegan #whatveganseat A post shared by McDonald's Suomi (@mcdonaldssuomi) on Oct 3, 2017 at 6:16am PDT The McDonald's UK-based spokesperson added that any plans to bring the item to McDonald's menus elsewhere in the world will be a "country by country decision." Fingers crossed! WATCH: This avocado looks like a pickle and has no pit
Forget Moschino. Students from the Miami International University of Art and Design have taken McDonald’s fashion to the next level.The talented class were tasked by the fast food giant to create a swimwear collection using only McDonald’s packaging.Sounds impossible, right?Wrong as the resulting collection showcased at Miami Swimwear Week proves.The ‘McDCouture’ range featured 20 designs for both men and women. Bikinis and swimming trunks met summer dresses and beach bags; all made from Big Mac and Happy Meal boxes with a serving of fries on the side.The amount of packaging the students used totals up to a pretty sum: 7,000 McDonald’s sandwich wrappers, 2,800 fry boxes, 2,800 straws, 825 soft drink cups, 225 Happy Meal boxes, 2,900 sandwich boxes, 1,000 Sriracha sauce lids, and 250 to-go bags.The student with the best design went on to win a scholarship. The lucky guy was Pablo Machado Palomeque who took inspiration from Victoria’s Secret with his ‘McDCouture Angel’ design featuring 7000 butterflies made using over 1,000 McDonald’s wrappers.Take a look at the incredible fast food collection.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:These pizza trainers are giving us mixed feelingsA Donald Trump swimsuit now existsHere’s why you might want to avoid drinks from fast food chains
For once we think Starbucks Christmas cups may have to step aside, there is a new red cup in town and it belongs to none other than McDonald’s. This year the fast food chain have attempted to create their very own Chrismassy cups, however, it hasn’t exactly gone to plan. The McCafe cup has gone viral, racking up over 22,000 likes on Twitter for it’s controversial Christmas design. So, what are we looking at?
McDonalds has launched a new range of loungewear. It’s the perfect morning-after-night-before pick me up, but from today you’ll be able to thank McDonalds for more than just curing your hangover as they launch a range of all-day loungewear. To celebrate the launch of their ‘All Day Breakfast’ across Australia, McDonalds have teamed up with Sydney-based designer Emma Mullholland to create the limited edition collection for a very good cause.