Why McDonald’s Is Removing McCafe Bakery Items from Its Menu

McDonald’s is the home of the original fast-food breakfast. How is anyone supposed to resist picking up an Egg McMuffin on a busy day? It pairs beautifully with a McCafe iced latte, one of the most underrated things to order at McD’s.

But, if you happen to love a McDonald’s sweet treat for breakfast, the chain’s latest news may come as a shock. McDonald’s has announced that it’s discontinuing three of its beloved bakery items, bringing an official end to its McCafe bakery lineup. Yup, you read that right. We’ll let that news settle while we break down all the details.

Which items are leaving the McDonald’s menu?

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Sadly, it’s official that McDonald’s cinnamon rolls, apple fritters and blueberry muffins are all departing the menu. The affected items originally arrived on menus in October 2020. Now, in an official statement, McDonald’s explains the reason behind the change: The fast-food chain is “always listening to our fans and adjusting our menu based on what they crave.”

When will these items leave the menu?

Although these items are taking a permanent hiatus from the Mickey D’s menu, they’re not gone quite yet. “Starting this month,” McDonald’s says, “we’ll be phasing out our McCafe Bakery lineup.” As of now, the items are still available on McDonald’s website. According to Instagram user @markie—devo, who originally broke the news, later confirmed by McDonald’s, the items will be off the menu by July 15—meaning you likely won’t see them now when ordering from the fast-food giant.

What other desserts can I order?

Fortunately, there are still a few other classic desserts at McDonald’s—fans can swap out an apple fritter for a baked apple pie, for instance. The menu offers chocolate chip cookies and frozen desserts too, all of which are available at McDonald’s restaurants across the country. So while the cinnamon rolls, apple fritters and blueberry muffins will be missed, when a dessert craving strikes, McDonald’s still has you covered.

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