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McDonald’s is axing fan favourite item from menu within hours

McDonald’s is axing fan favourite item from menu within hours

Goodnight, sweet prince...

It's that time of the month again as we bid farewell to several items on the McDonald's menu and wonder whether we'll ever see them again.

Today (12 March) is going to be your last day to pick up nine things at Maccies before they go, but don't be too sad because other things will be cycled in to replace them.

One of the dishes being ditched is going to be particularly sad after McDonald's customers took it into their hearts, figuratively speaking.

In a more literal sense they took it into their stomachs and called it a 'life changing' experience, so you can understand the sadness at it being axed.

This is the Raspberry and White Chocolate Pie, which was introduced just last month but has burrowed its way into the affections of many like a sugary tick.

Goodbye, sweet pie.

For just £1.99 you could devour the dessert Maccies fans said was 'actually insane' and the 'best thing I've ever consumed', but after today that all ends.

Instead you'll just have to hope it returns to the menu at some point in the future by popular demand, a bit like the Breakfast Wrap.

In addition to the delectable pie a whole host of other things are going, like the current crop of McFlurries.

At the moment you can get regular and mini versions of the KitKat Milk and KitKat Ruby, but that's a total of four items which are about to disappear.

Following them out of the door are the Big Tasty and the Big Tasty with Bacon, while the Mozzarella Dippers and the sharebox version of the same treat are also going.

It's like a McCrispy, but deluxe.

In exchange we see the triumphant return of the Creme Egg McFlurry, while there's also going to be a Galaxy Truffle Bunny version of the ice cream treat, those will set you back £2.19 for the regular tub or £1.59 for the mini version.

If that doesn't tickle your fancy dessert-wise then you might want a Hot Cross Bun Pie for £1.99 or a Hot Cross Bun Latte for £2.69.

If it's mains you're looking for and you have £7.79 burning a hole in your pocket then the McCripsy Deluxe making a comeback ought to sort you out.

Meanwhile, if you've got a hankering for a cheese snack you'll be able to get Halloumi Fries for £2.79, or a sharebox you'll probably eat by yourself for £7.39.

McDonald's giveth and McDonald's taketh away.

Featured Image Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images/McDonald’s

Topics: McDonalds, Food And Drink, UK News