McDonald’s Has A New Popcorn Caramel Ice Cream Cone

There’s no doubt that caramel goes well with popcorn. Likewise, it’s a great match for ice cream. So, wouldn’t it be nice if we could combine all three into one delightfully tasty dessert? Thankfully, there’s no need to wonder anymore because such a dreamy dessert does in fact exist! And it comes in the form of McDonald’s Popcorn Caramel Ice Cream Cone. Here’s the best part—it only costs $1!

Although we’re thrilled to introduce you to this delectable confection, we’re also saddened by the fact that it’s a Singapore-exclusive. Seriously, why do the best treats have to be in other parts of the world that are only accessible by plane? First, it was the KitKat Ruby McFlurry in Germany, and now, this. On a lighter note, at least we have the Minute Maid Slushies to quench our summer thirst.


McDonald’s Popcorn Caramel Ice Cream Cone combines the sweet, salty and buttery goodness of caramel popcorn in a classic frozen treat!

Moving on, it turns out that the snack-inspired dessert is not entirely a new offering. Apparently, McDonald’s Singapore first released the mind-blowing flavor back in February 2019. And since it’s making a comeback this year, it’s safe to assume that it must have had a good run.

The fast-food chain announced the return of the “buttery caramel soft-serve” earlier this year via its Instagram page. Just like the previous release, you can choose to enjoy the frozen treat in five different ways. You can have it in a soft-serve cone, Chococone, as well as in a soft-serve twist cone with vanilla ice cream. On top of that, you can also have it as the base for you Hot Fudge Sundae and even Oreo McFlurry!

However, it’s also worth mentioning that there’s a “while stocks last” disclaimer at the end of the post. So, let’s just hope that this exciting flavor would still be around by the time the global crisis is over. In the meantime, the Candy Pop Snickers Popcorn seems like a viable alternative that we would happily consider.

Source: McDonald’s Singapore