The McFlurry, McDonald's answer to Dairy Queen's Blizzard, was invented in 1995 in Bathurst, New Brunswick by Canadian McDonald's franchisee Ron McLellan.
Two years later, the rest of Canada was devouring his creamy dessert creation, which included regional sweets
and cookies like Fudgee-O, Smarties, Oreo, and Coffee Crisp as mix-ins. The first taste came to the United States in 1998,
with the all-American trifecta of M&M's, Oreo, and Butterfinger serving as the original toppings du jour. McFlurry flavors
have come and gone throughout the years, and the latest is the Peanut Butter Crunch McFlurry
The Reese's Peanut Butter Cup McFlurry was last seen at McDonald's in 2019, and fans can finally celebrate that peanut butter in some form
has returned to McFlurry cups four long years later. While there are no Reese's Peanut Butter Cups in this version,
there are plenty of chocolaty deliciousness bits and pieces incorporated into the ice cream to scoop up, and we're here to spoon-feed you all the vital details.
McDonald's thick, white ice cream in a cup serves as a blank canvas for any toppings a customer adds to their McFlurry.
What the Peanut Butter Crunch actually tastes like in this twisted mess, with no official labeled candy or cookie association