The McDonald’s secret menu has generated a lot of hype recently, with headlines airing its big name secret menu items like the McGangBang, the Monster Mac and McKinley Mac as some of the favorites on their unknown list of combinations. Depending on the time McDonalds starts serving breakfast and which day you show up, there may be more options.
McDonald’s main products include hamburgers, cheeseburgers, french fries, grilled or fried chicken, breakfast items, coffee drinks, milkshakes, and desserts. McDonalds continues to expand and refresh its menu with healthier options such as fresh fruit, salads, and wraps.
Big McChicken. Cost: $6.99 (With Big Mac) $4.00 (With McDouble) The concept, similar to that of KFC’s infamous “Double Down” packs beef between McDonalds’ tender McChicken patties. With this crazy, secret option comes the ability to pack either a Big Mac or a McDouble between the chicken patties.
The McDonalds company started in 1940 as a barbecue restaurant and it was operated by Richard and Maurice McDonald. Later, in 1948 the brothers reorganized McDonalds as a hamburger stand using production line principles. In 1955, Ray Kroc joined the company as a franchise agent.
What is a mcgriddle?
CHICKEN MCGRIDDLE: A McChicken sandwiched between two halves of a McGriddle, the sweet-and-savory Chicken McGriddle can be ordered during the breakfast-lunch switch-over period, or at any franchise that serves the McGriddle as part of its all-day breakfast menu.
McDonald’s has an unofficial secret menu, according to legends told by fans and employees. I tried to order nine items from the secret menu but ended up having to put most of them together myself. I then taste-tested each and found that some were definitely better than others.
GRILLED CHEESE: Possibly the most pointless item to enter McDonald’s secret menu canon, the grilled cheese is literally a cheeseburger without the burger. Since McDonald’s is behind on the meatless burger game, this might unfortunately still be one of the more appealing vegetarian options …
Yum. Very savory. The chicken was the star of the show, with the beef patties providing a meaty backdrop for its salty crunch. However, the flavors weren’t that complex. It could have used more sauce.
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