Skip to content

Pineapple Fritters Lands at McDonald’s for Summer in Australia

    The latest additions to the McDonald's summer menu include some delightful Australian classics such as pineapple fritters and a tempting pineapple sundae.

    While we’re experiencing severe winter warnings in my area, down in Australia, they’re fully embracing the warmth of summer, unveiling an array of new items on McDonald‘s summer menu. The latest additions include some delightful Australian classics such as pineapple fritters and a tempting pineapple sundae. I’ve always held the belief that pineapple doesn’t belong on a pizza, but when it comes to a crispy fritter, it introduces a whole new level of culinary intrigue. The juxtaposition of seasons and the unconventional use of pineapple in various dishes make you wonder if the culinary world has turned upside down, challenging our preconceived notions and inviting us to explore new flavor combinations.

    Mcdonald’s Australia wants patrons to climb onboard Pineapple Express with new menu offerings!

    The fast-food chain expressed that it drew inspiration from last year’s special summer menu offering, the unassuming potato scallop. In a creative twist, they opted to present pineapple slices enveloped in a crunchy fried coating. Mcdonald’s marketing director Samantha McLeod described the new pineapple-themed menu items as “the ultimate snack item this year”.

    The latest additions to the McDonald's summer menu include some delightful Australian classics such as pineapple fritters and a tempting pineapple sundae.

    “Whether you prefer your pineapple served warm or cold, we’re giving our Macca’s fans both this summer to put them to the taste test – we can’t wait to hear what our customers think,” she said.

    “With an exciting new pineapple snack and dessert, as well as the latest burger spin and the return of an Aussie favorite, Macca’s is bringing the heat this summer with a menu that promises to deliver great taste and great quality, because nothing goes together better than Macca’s and the Aussie summer.”