McDonald's Has Good News For Fans Of Its Chips Ahoy! McFlurry

McDonald's McFlurry has quite the following in the United States, but it might surprise you to learn that these frozen treats normally filled with M&M's and Oreos were actually invented in Canada. Per CTV News, it was the summer of 1995 when they first came to be; fast forward a quarter of a century, and we are still enjoying them. They are just that good. In fact, we love McFlurries so much we've even developed our own copycat recipes to recreate them and indulge in the deliciousness in the privacy of our own homes. And through the years, McDonald's has teamed up with many different candy companies to provide some variety and give fans the frozen treats of their dreams. 

According to MoshiMoshi-Nippon, McDonald's collaborated with Kit Kat in 2007 and then brought the confection to Japan just last year. Over time, McDonald's has teamed up with pretty much every type of candy we could wish for to create all the McFlurry desserts we love, like Butterfinger, Rolo, Twix, and of course Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (via Spoon University). But even with all those fun flavors, it's McDonald's collaboration with a cookie that made its debut in September 2020 that still has fans excited. That's right, we are talking about the Chips Ahoy! McFlurry that graced the McDonald's menu alongside the fast food chain's Spicy Chicken McNuggets for a limited time last year (via PR Newswire). And guess what's back!

The Chips Ahoy! McFlurry has been spotted at McDonald's again

Yes, the Chips Ahoy! McFlurry is making a comeback! Per The Fast Food Post, the autumn season has inspired McDonald's to bring back this beloved flavor combo. Fans of this ice cream and cookie collaboration will once again get to experience the delight of McDonald's vanilla soft-serve ice cream topped with caramel and Chips Ahoy! cookie pieces all blended together (via PR Newswire). 

According to McDonald's website, the Chips Ahoy! McFlurry is available in both snack size and regular size. And if you are counting calories, though in this case we hope you aren't, there are 610 in the regular size Chips Ahoy! McFlurry. We can already taste it. Maybe you'll even decide to try it along with McDonald's new pull-apart donuts or their Pumpkin Spice Latte (per The Sun) — no judgement here. 

But here's the catch: The Chips Ahoy! McFlurry is only available for a limited time or until supplies run out. So, if you are a fan of this frozen concoction and want to enjoy every last minute of it being a part of the McDonald's menu again, we suggest you fire up that McDonald's app and order now.