Top 5 Must Try Unique Flavors of McDonalds Pies
Nothing says yummy like a pie from McDonald’s. Whether its a sweet dessert pie or something savory to go with your meal, they all taste good no matter what part of the world you are ordering from. To show that MacDonald’s food can be both unique and pretty tasty here are the Top 5 Tasty McDonalds pies flavors.
McDonalds Pies Flavors – Taro
This pie is filled with the sweetness of Taro. The fruit tends to be chopped and not mashed into the filling making it chunky and full of texture. The inside tends to be purple but most of the time your mouth and tongue don’t notice what color it is as you chew away.
McDonalds Pies Flavors – Pineapple
These pies are exactly what you think, filled with Pineapple bits. Sweet and citrusy, these pies are available in multiple countries around the world and go great with a cup of tea or serve as a good dessert with whatever else you order.
McDonalds Pies Flavors – Bacon Potato
Found in Japan. Instead of fruit or cream filling, this is filled with mashed potato mixed in with some bacon bits to give a nice side order with your burgers. Just like most of the other pies, it doesn’t cost very much so it’s a cheap addition to a meal if you are ever in Japan.
Red Bean Paste (Anko)
Found mostly in Japan, these pies are filled with sweet Anko paste, also known as red bean paste. Anko is usually filled in cookies or rolls in restaurants in the United States, but this is closer to actual Anko to make a sweet filling after you have finished off a Big Mac.
Found in Singapore and other Asian countries, this goes above the kind of chocolate pudding pie you find in the States. The dough for these is also flavored with chocolate and the whole thing is run through a fryer so what you get is usually hot and fresh.