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Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry comes to McDonald's


Easter treats have come early for lovers of Cadbury Creme Eggs.

McDonald's is blending its famous McFlurry soft serve with the Cadbury treats to make a Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry.

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The sweet treat was announced in a McDonald's Australia press release Monday.

The release describes the new menu item as "a delicious mouthful of chocolate pieces and Creme Egg topping, blended into a creamy soft serve."

Unfortunately for U.S. Creme Egg lovers, the treat is not available Stateside.

The 383 calorie dessert will be available in New Zealand until April 5 or supplies run out, according to The New Zealand Herald.

The treat is returning to McDonald's UK in March. It will be at McDonald's Canada until April 4 or while supplies last.



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