McDonald’s might be the most calorific, artery-clogging fast food out there but, gosh darnt it, there’s just something irresistible about food from the Golden Arches.
Not content with giving us a whole range of sausage and egg based McMuffins and a few bacon led delights, the US fast food giant is now looking to up the ante with its breakfast menu – and they are really pushing the boat out.
The result is the Big Brekkie Burger; a warm breakfast sandwich featuring pretty much everything you could ever ask for from your first meal of the day.
There’s bacon, egg, a hash brown, a… er… burger and cheese. Lots of cheese. It’s the perfect way to start the day. Well, it’s not, but it does look damn delicious.
Served with a dollop of barbecue sauce and served in a toasted sesame seed bun, the Big Brekkie Burger is almost too good to be true.
And here’s the twist; the Big Brekkie Burger is currently only available in selected branches of McDonald’s… in Australia.
Served until 10:30am, this magic combination of crisp hash brown, fried egg, crispy bacon, melting cheese and big beef patty is going to be pretty hard to come by – for now.
Though there are no plans in place to introduce the Big Brekkie Burger to McDonald’s in the UK or US, the social media storm whipped up by the introduction of the new menu option could prompt a change of heart.
With fans going gaga for the Big Brekkie Burger on Twitter already, the continued attention surrounding this obscene breakfast treat could be enough to convince McDonald’s to trial it on these shores.
It wouldn’t be the first time McDonald’s has taken this approach, with another recent breakfast menu addition, the bacon and cheese flatbread, brought to the UK having initially launched abroad.
The Big Brekkie Burger may be an Aussie-based pipe dream for now but don’t count on that being a permanent thing.
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Loaded staff writer Jack Beresford has produced content for Lad Bible, Axonn Media and a variety of online sports and news media outlets.