TikTokers share the internet with McDonald’s Dessert Hack


Burger King’s may be known as the place to “have it how you want it” — but two women on TikTok have applied that approach to the famous home of the golden arches.

Last week Janelle Flom and Kate Heintzelman posted on TikTok as Janelle and Kate, released a Video It shows a weird trick for turning McDonald’s menu items into a decadent dessert concoction. And people had strong feelings about it.

In the clip, two women — it’s not entirely clear who they are — put together the DIY mashup of six vanilla ice cream cones, three cookies and a side of chocolate sauce, all from McDonald’s.

“Moms share the McDonalds secret! 🍪🍦 #mcdonalds #mcdonaldshacks #momsoftiktok,” reads the caption of the video.

Sitting in the car, they start mashing all the ingredients with spoons in a Tupperware container.

“It’s going to be a bit messy, but it’s worth it,” the women in the clip warn, as splinters of cones fly everywhere.

They throw in the chocolate sauce and whip out a bottle of sprinkles to complement the combination. As they taste the dessert, they call it “a party.”

Just when you thought the mix couldn’t get any fancier, the women start dunking fries in the fusion treat, praising the “sweet and salty mix.”

The video has garnered more than 10,000 comments, with some TikTok users applauding the outlandish creation.

“WOAHHH why didn’t more people think of this,” said one commenter.

Another wrote: “I will not lie. That sounds super good lol.”

Other people weren’t as impressed with the combination.

“It was getting more and more chaotic 😅,” someone explained.

Another said: “You lost me at the fries. 🍟”

“I would be on the toilet for a week 😅,” joked one person.

“Is anyone else more shocked to find an ice cream machine at McDonald’s that the staff actually used?!?” someone else wrote.

Flom and Heintzelman have already found notoriety on social media, including with videos on questionable topics Household tips. It’s also worth noting that this was the case accused the spread misleading claims about human trafficking. (For what it’s worth, McDonald’s ice cream and cookie recipe looks at least more appetizing than their recipe SpaghettiOs cake.)

The longing to discover tasty fast-food loopholes seems to be rampant in our modern times. The term “McDonald’s hacks” has garnered more than 24 billion views on TikTok, with many users sharing their favorite secret dishes in videos.

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