McFlurry Review: Not Very Peanut Buttery, But Still Very McGood 

Bathurst, New Brunswick McDonald's franchisee Ron McLellan invented the McFlurry in 1995. Two years later, Canada ate his creamy dessert with Fudgee-O, Smarties, Oreo, and Coffee Crisp.

Four years after McDonald's last offered the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup McFlurry, fans can rejoice that peanut butter has returned to McFlurry cups.

A cup of McDonald's thick, white ice cream holds any McFlurry topping. The beholder decides how Peanut Butter Crunch tastes in this swirled mess without candy or cookie affiliation.

This mix didn't taste like peanut butter, which was surprising. Taste and smell were similar, and peanut butter was scarce. After eating the top layer of our McFlurry, we had only ice cream and a few non-peanut butter bits.

Peanut Butter Crunch McFlurry has vanilla reduced-fat ice cream and peanut butter chocolate crunch. Peanut butter, fudge-coated peanut brittle, yummy chow, cereal squares, natural vanilla extract, milk, sugar, cream, unsweetened chocolate, chocolatey coating, cocoa powder, corn biscuits.

Wheat, peanut, soy, milk, egg, and tree nut avoiders should avoid Peanut Butter Crunch McFlurry. A 510-calorie dessert has 16 grams fat, 78 grams carbs, 59 grams sugar, and 220 grams sodium. 12 g protein is good!

Only participating McDonald's offer the Peanut Butter Crunch McFlurry. It was released on August 9, 2023, for a limited time.

Having a creamy dessert after McDonald's can help your grease. A vanilla cone and sundae are simple treats, but a McFlurry is for those who want more.

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