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McDonald's Introduces Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry, Because Why Not

Since the introduction of the McFlurry, McDonald's customers have wondered whether there were a candy, cookie or pastry that couldn't be "McFlurried." But time and time again, Mickey D's has answered them with a resounding "No."

As part of their never-ending quest to test our palates, McDonald's has introduced a Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry in parts of Australia and the United Kingdom. As suggested by its name, this new McFlurry is a literal mash-up of ice cream and Cadbury Eggs, or, as their U.K. site writes in its official product description, "soft dairy ice cream served with fondant sauce and Cadbury chocolate."

But before you phone up your local franchise and demand they bring these treats to the States, TIME points out that a single Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry contains more than double the recommended daily intake of sugar suggested by the World Health Organization. In other words, it's much less nutritious than eating a freshly-hatched Cadbury Creme Egg straight from the Cadbury Bunny himself: