McDonald’s KitKat Ruby McFlurry Is Made With Pink Chocolate And Raspberry Sauce

If you love blush pink treats, then McDonald’s KitKat Ruby McFlurry will snag a spot on your radar for sure. Quite frankly, we were so close to convincing ourselves that nothing can be on par with the Oreo Shamrock McFlurry. Apparently, we’re wrong. This striking take on our favorite frozen treat has given it lovely pops of pink and a fruity flair. And all that makes the new flavor even more irresistible.

This delightful dessert consists of soft-serve ice cream with generous chunks of KitKat Ruby and a drizzle of raspberry sauce. In fact, it has been around since 2018 in other countries where KitKat is produced by Nestlé, including Japan and Korea. Made from ruby cocoa beans, this variant features a natural, rosy pink hue and gives off a sweet berry flavor.


McDonald’s Germany is offering a new McFlurry flavor with KitKat Ruby bits and raspberry sauce

McDonalds KitKat Ruby McFlurry
McDonald’s Germany


KitKat Ruby has been rolled out in other countries since 2018

Unfortunately, it appears that this pink fruity treat is a McDonald’s Germany-exclusive offering. And sadly, booking a flight to Germany just might not be a good idea during these times. So, all we can do is hope that the KitKat Ruby McFlurry reaches the US shores soon.

In the meantime, here’s another reason to drool over McDonald’s Germany’s Instagram feed with a heavy heart. Apparently, they’ve been blessed with many more exciting flavors than we could ever imagine. For one, they have a Brownie McFlurry which consists of brownie chunks and caramel sauce. There’s also the Schokolinsen McFlurry with multicolored chocolate lentils and raspberry sauce.

Last but definitely not the least is the Toblerone McFlurry with bits of the Swiss chocolate bar and chocolate sauce. On top of that, there’s also the option to mix and match your preferred toppings and sauces. Well, it goes without saying that they’re on their dessert A-game. And it certainly looks like we have a lot of catching up to do.

Source: McDonald’s Germany