I'm a food blogger & rated McDonald's new menu items from best to worst – including the grim McFlurry you need to avoid | The Sun
WITH so many options available on the McDonald's menu, it can be hard to decide what to order.
But if you're torn between any of the food products from the 'new in' section of McDonald's menu, then you're in luck…because a food blogger named Becca has rated them from best to work, so that you don't have to.
Amongst the items include new burgers, Mcflurries, as well as sides and snacks.
In a clip shared to TikTok (@beccaeatseverything), she begins: "I'm going to be trying all of these so you can avoid the bad stuff."
At the top of Becca's list is the chicken and bacon caesar wrap.
"I was already a fan of this without the bacon but with it, it just makes it," she says.
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"It's incredible. The crispy is the best one to order….this gets a 9/10."
She goes on to say that her next favourite is the Philly Cheese Stack, which she brands as "heavenly" and gives a solid 8.5/10.
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The food whizz continues: "The cheese sauce is so creamy, it tastes just like Dairylea.
"I did love the burger, but after the cheese taste disappears, it is a little bland.
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Moving onto the McCrispy barbecue burger, which she points out had a "lot of flavour," she explains: "The sauce was very rich and was paired nicely with the cheese and bacon.
"I did think the barbecue was a little too tangy and they could've used a stronger cheese.
"It was still amazing though…it gets an 8/10."
Becca, who isn't a fan of coffee, then asks her partner Jack to rate the caramel waffle latte on her behalf.
Revealing his verdict, she explains: "Jack said it definitely had that caramel waffle flavour and it was a great coffee.
"It does get a little sickly though…it's an 8/10."
The food whizz goes on to say that fifth on her list is the toffee apple doughnut, which she rates 8/10 and points out is a "must try."
"Very tasty with a filling running throughout," she adds.
"I loved it, but again, it was a tad sickly."
Next up, the food fan taste tests the toffee apple pie.
"The pastry on these are always horrible," she says.
"It's got no flavour and it's far too crispy.
"The filling was quite nice so I was willing to overlook it, but it does get a 6/10."
She goes on to slam the 4/10 chilli cheese bites for being a "letdown" and "tasteless," adding they were "greasy" with "hardly any chilli flavour."
Not stopping there, Becca was also unimpressed with the M&M McFlurry, which she usually loves.
"The M&M's had frozen in the ice cream and honestly, it felt like they were breaking my teeth – 3/10," she notes.
Last but not least, Becca says her least favourite was the toffee apple Twix McFlurry.
"The one I was most looking forward to trying," she says.
"It had dried pieces of apple amongst caramel sauce.
"It was just grim. I don't recommend this to anybody…1/10."
It wasn't long before the video went viral, racking up a whopping 673k views and hundreds of comments – with very mixed reviews.
"Philly cheese stack was just too cheesy for me personally," wrote one.
A second penned: "NAH CHILLI CHEESE BITES R THE BEST OUT OF ALL THE CHEESE ITEMS."
A third commented: "The chilli cheese bites made me feel sick, bring mozzarella sticks back now."
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Meanwhile, a fourth added: "I love the pastry on the apple pies!"
And a further chimed in: "The Twix McFlurry is disappointing I was hoping for it to be good."
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