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13 Best McDonald’s McFlurry Flavors Around the World

Have you ever wondered about the different McDonald’s McFlurry flavors from around the world?

Me too! That’s why I’ve gathered 13 of the best (in my opinion). And from durian fruit to matcha, they’re pretty incredible.

McDonald’s McFlurry

We all have our own favorites at McDonald’s.

But, whether it’s burgers, sandwiches, fries, or nuggets, you can’t call it a true McDonald’s meal without a McFlurry!

That’s the only way to round out a trip to Maccy D’s.

The McFlurry is a thick and luscious vanilla ice cream blended with crushed candies and toppings.

Here in the US, we’ve got a bunch of delightful ice cream flavors, including M&M’s and Oreos.

But, did you know there are a variety of fun and fantastic McFlurry flavors offered outside of the US?

It’s available in almost 100 countries. And each has its own unique spin on the American (or should I say Canadian) classic. 

Fun Fact: The McFlurry was actually invented in Canada in 1995. Thank you, New Brunswick!

Yup, there’s a lot of good stuff out there that we’re missing out on, and I’m here to give you the inside scoop on the best and craziest ones out there!

Here are some of the most epic McFlurry flavors, both in the US and the rest of the world.

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Mcflurry

1. Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, USA

Out of all the McFlurry flavors McDonalds has released, this one is my favorite.

I just love the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. And when you add that to a cold and creamy vanilla ice cream? Perfection.

Sadly, this is no longer available, for reasons I will never understand. I just hope they bring it back soon! 

Chocolate Orange McFlurry

2. Chocolate Orange, The United Kingdom

If you’re not a fan of Terry’s Chocolate Orange, you might want to skip this one.

And if you’re never tried it, I highly recommend seeking them out! Chocolate oranges are a quintessential Christmas treat in the U.K.

And they make one helluva McFlurry!

Chocolate Orange McFlurry is made with signature vanilla soft serve, Terry’s Chocolate Orange pieces, and a chocolate orange sauce.  

Pirulin Mcflurry

3. Pirulin, Argentina

Pirulin is an Argentinian wafer with a hazelnut filling.

Unfortunately, I haven’t tried it, but it sounds fantastic!

So I can only assume it’s delicious in a McFlurry. Think of it like smooth vanilla ice cream with bits of Nutella-infused wafers. Yum.

4. Pineapple Oreo, Colombia

Oreos in ice cream are pretty common. But pineapples and vanilla ice cream? Hmm… that’s interesting.

Well, in Colombia, there is such a thing as a Pineapple Oreo McFlurry.

Can’t imagine what that would taste like, but perhaps it’s like a cross between a regular Oreo McFlurry and a Disney’s Dole Whip.

Stroopwafel Mcflurry

5. Stroopwafel, Netherlands

Stroopwafels are thin, cookie-like Dutch waffles with a thick caramel filling. They’re sticky, chewy, and incredibly addictive.

And in the Netherlands, they’ve decided to mix these crispy waffles with vanilla soft serve and caramel. 

McDonald’s launched the Stroopwafel McFlurry in the U.S. a few years ago but for a limited time only.

Were you able to try it?

Dulce De Leche Mcflurry

6. Dulce De Leche, Venezuela

Dulce de Leche is a sweet and gooey milk-based dessert from Latin America. It’s quite similar to caramel, only thicker, bolder, and better.

And when swirled with a vanilla soft serve and crushed cookies, oh my. It’s a dreamy mix nobody can resist.

Brilliant idea, Venezuela!

Matcha Mcflurry

7. Matcha, Japan

Matcha has become an obsession among millennials, and I can’t blame them.

This powdered green tea from Japan has an array of health benefits.

It has a distinct bitter, grass-like taste with hints of vanilla. And it’s fabulous is drinks and matcha desserts.

That’s why this matcha McFlurry is a no-brainer.

Bubblegum Squash Mcflurry

8. Bubblegum Squash, Australia

This Australian concoction may sound like the strangest thing you’ve ever heard. But it’s got zero squash in it, so calm yourselves, people! 

So, what on earth is in a Bubblegum Squash McFlurry? Sweet and pretty things, that’s what.

It’s vanilla soft serve infused with a super sweet bubblegum flavored syrup and marshmallows. As a result, it’s blue, pink, and white with the sweetest taste.

Trust me, this is worth a trip to Maccas Down Under!

Horlicks Mcflurry

9. Horlicks, Malaysia

Horlicks is a sweet and grainy beverage made with malt that can be served hot or cold.

Guys, it’s so good, it’s worth every calorie! 

It’s originally from the U.K., but it’s also popular in India, South Africa, and certain countries in Asia. 

McDonald’s Malaysia took their Horlicks game a step higher by combining McFlurry and Horlicks.

It’s a one-of-a-kind dessert that’s guaranteed to tickle your taste buds.

10. Groovy Lime, Malaysia

This Malaysian blend is made with the signature vanilla soft serve infused with nata de coco. There’s also a lime topping that turns the whole dessert green.

The peculiar flavor debuted in Malaysia in 2012, where customers had a choice between McFlurry and sundae versions. 

Don’t know what nata de coco is? It’s a type of coconut gel that’s sweet, chewy, and jelly-like.

Made from coconut water, it originated in the Philippines and is widely used in Southeast Asian countries.

11. Banana Crunch, Malaysia

Wow, looks like Malaysia’s really got their fun McFlurry flavors down!

Imagine banana cream pie in ice cream form – that’s what this McFlurry flavor is.

It’s vanilla soft serve blended with banana-flavored syrup, and some crushed Kellogg’s Coco Pops. Wow!

Cadbury Creme Egg Mcflurry

12. Cadbury Creme Egg, Canada

If you think that the McFlurry is an American invention, think again.

This thick and swirly concoction hailed from Canada, in a franchise in New Brunswick.

One of its most iconic flavors is the Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry, which is sold in most Canadian stores during Easter.

Durian Mcflurry

13. Durian, Southeast Asia

I wanted to save the craziest and strangest one for last, so here we go.

The Durian McFlurry was available for a limited time in Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. And boy, was it well received.

Featuring vanilla soft serve blended with durian puree and a crunchy topping, it was a smash!

If you’re not familiar with durian, there are a few key things to know:

  • It’s very stinky – as in, banned in public places!
  • It’s huge – like, watermelon huge.
  • It’s surprisingly tasty – you just have to get beyond the taste!

13 Best McFlurry Flavors at McDonald’s


  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, USA

  • Chocolate Orange, The United Kingdom

  • Pirulin, Argentina

  • Pineapple Oreo, Colombia

  • Stroopwafel, Netherlands

  • Dulce De Leche, Venezuela

  • Matcha, Japan

  • Bubblegum Squash, Australia

  • Horlicks, Malaysia

  • Groovy Lime, Again – Malaysia

  • Banana Crunch, Malaysia

  • Cadbury Creme Egg, Canada

  • Durian, Southeast Asia


  • Share your favorite McDonald’s McFlurry Flavor in the comments! We’d love to hear from you 🙂
McDonald’s McFlurry Flavors

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