A mum has divided opinion on the internet after her breakfast meal preparation went viral. Amanda Ranit, from Oregon, US, posted a video to her TikTok account, showing how she makes 100 McMuffin-style sandwiches in one go for her family.
In the short clip, Amanda shows her kitchen worktop filled with dozens of sarnies.
Explaining how she does it, Amanda says: "I get a lot of questions about how I make these breakfast sandwiches for my family.
"I make about 100 sandwiches at a time."
The video then shows the muffins being filled with slices of cheese and sausage.
The mum-of-two adds: "Add your favourite sliced cheese. I prefer Tillamook habanero jack cheese but today my husband requested boring cheddar.
"These ones are sausage. But they're great with Canadian bacon too."
And that's that. Once they're finished, Amanda packs them into plastic bags and freezes them for up to three months.
"Pull straight from the freezer and throw it in the air fryer for the perfect crispy sandwich. (But the microwave works in a pinch)," she says.
But some people weren't overly convinced by the idea of having a McMuffin-style sandwich every day.
Commenting on the post, one critic said: "'Meal prep' what a joke."
Another added: "People really eat this everyday."
However, there were also plenty of others who saw the genius side of Amanda's hack.
"Brilliant! Having a plan also saves money. Thanks for the ideas!" said one fan.
Another put: "A lot more cost effective than the four pack of pre made ones at the store! Love it."
While a third commented: "I bet that saves you a lot!"
And once you'd had a homemade McMuffin, how about making your very own McDonald's Milkshake espresso?
Well, earlier this year, a TikTok user went viral after sharing a simple but very delicious Maccies milkshake tip - which involves pimping it with a shot of coffee for a smooth and creamy caffeine fix. Genius.
TikToker @ellbrxo posted a video for the 'McDonald's hack', writing: "Thank us later."
In the clip, she removes the lid from a McDonald's milkshake so that a warm espresso can be poured in. A quick stir later, and the drink is ready to go.
Talking us through the directions - just in case you didn't quite get the premise - she says: "This is vanilla milkshake from McDonald's and an espresso shot - you whack it in, and then you mix it.
"The smell of that, smells like Costa!"
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