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McDonald's is making big changes to its McCafé line


McDonald’s announced Tuesday that the company will be discontinuing the McCafé Bakery, and phasing out the sale of the three bakery items — the apple fritter, blueberry muffin, and cinnamon roll — from all restaurants. These menu items were first introduced to McCafé in 2020 and are being discontinued this week.

Naturally, the news has not sat well with McDonald’s fans, who have taken to social media to express their disappointment in the decision.


Many of the comments were instead clamoring for the return of Cinnamelts, snack-sized portions of the gooey inside of the cinnamon bun that was popular at McDonald’s in the mid ‘00s but started being phased out from menus around 2017, according to reports on social media.

Of course, this does not mean that McDonald’s is shying away from pastry items altogether. Just the other day, an Instagram account known for leaking new junk food and snack food items, announced that McDonald’s would be adding a cookies and cream pie to the menu alongside the iconic apple pie, and the rumors were confirmed by McDonald’s to media outlets, which stated that the item would be available as an LTO in select markets.

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