Finally some good news for those craving a stop at McDonald’s at any hour of the day for breakfast items: The chain is adding a new pastry -”Danish Cheese” – on menus nationwide starting September 14. And yes, McCafé Bakery Items will be available at any time of the day.
Positioned as a “delicious” fall alternative to other popular seasonal flavors – yours pumpkinyour maple and your pecans – Danish cheese is officially described as a “sponge cake with a sweet cream cheese filling and topped with buttercream and a light vanilla drizzle” “perfect for Enjoy for breakfast or as an afternoon snack.”
The new dish, which combines a similar pastry that McDonald’s first introduced in the 1980s, will pair with other items in the McCafé Bakery all-day line: Apple Fritter, Blueberry Muffin and Cinnamon Roll. It will be available at participating restaurants nationwide for in-person, drive-through, or through the McDonald’s App to purchase McDelivery. The chain recommends pairing it with your favorite McCafé drink.
McDonald’s calls its Danish Cheese “the next MVP dish of the season.”
Carmen Bryan, consumer analyst at data and analytics firm GlobalData, concurs in a press release, saying that the chain’s reintroduction of an ’80s classic gives a sense of “both nostalgic and new at the same time”.
Bryan adds: “A danish cheesecake could be the perfect fall treat that breaks out of the typical ‘spiced pumpkin’ mold.
Exciting. Could the next Danish Cheese Latte be next? If so, we’re here for it.