ASK any McDonald’s fan and they’ll probably say they’ve tried everything on the menu at least once.
But there’s one menu item many fast-food obsessives didn’t even know existed and it’s blowing people’s minds.
A woman revealed that the popular burger chain sells delicious looking chocolate birthday cakes and shared a clip unveiling the sweet treat for non-believers.
Posting on TikTok, Kayleigh Weeks shows herself buying and then unboxing the huge chocolate cake which is iced with Ronald McDonald himself.
She jokes she’s making the video “since no-one believes McDonald’s sells cakes” and goes on to prove it actually exists.
The clip shows Kayleigh buying the chocolate cake at the till and then unwrapping it in her car. She even shows a close up of the till receipt which reads “choc birthday cake”.
In the caption, Kayleigh jokes: “Here ya go, guys! Bought another one.”
Unsurprisingly, diehard McDonald’s fans were left utterly shocked and admitted they never knew such thing existed.
Some were still adamant, though, and continued arguing the fact, despite Kayleigh offering proof.
A suspicious-sounding person said: “You didn’t show the top of the recipe where it would say McDonald’s, you’re sus.”
Another commented: “I get one every year. Even the employees are confused and I have to ask them to get the manager and then they’re in shock.”
A former McDonald’s manager chimed in and admitted: “Yes but they’re never normally sold to the public we always had to order them and when the truck came they’re frozen.”
The McDonald’s website does actually state that a 700g chocolate birthday cake is available to order for $26 (£18.87).
It reads: “The Ronald McDonald’s birthday cake is a chocolate cake. A ‘Happy Birthday’ sign is hand drawn in chocolate while the balloons and image of Ronald McDonald are printed on white chocolate. Everything on the cake is 100% edible.”
Nothing is stated on the UK website, however, Fabulous has contacted McDonald’s UK for comment.
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