McDonald’s has angered customers as it plans to remove the beloved game-changing item next week in a major menu shake-up

MCDONALD’S fans have called for the game-changing menu item to be made permanent.

The home of the Big Mac will shake up its menu next week with eight items being added to its offering.

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McDonald’s is discontinuing 12 menu items starting next weekCredit: Getty

Fans will be able to grab a new burger, a Skittles McFlurry and the returning iced latte.

But with eight new items on the way, some have to come out, and one facing a split has pissed off fans.

A total of twelve items are leaving the menus, but the drop of the Biscoff McFlurry leaves foodies unhappy.

Posting on X, ex-Twitter, one said: “Can’t you just keep the Lotus Biscoff Mcflurry permanently? That’s all I want!’

A second added: “Please can these stay as a permanent McFlurry I really love them!”

Others will undoubtedly be gutted that the McFlurry is disappearing from menus, with the product quickly becoming a fan favorite.

One customer recently called the flavor “absolutely game-changing,” while another said it was “top notch.”

Eleven other items will be removed from menus on May 28.

Galaxy Caramel Pie, Galaxy Chocolate McFlurry, Chicken Big Mac, Cheese and Herb Melts Sharebox will all be removed.

Meanwhile, Galaxy Caramel Pie and Quarter Pounder Deluxe will be discontinued.

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This is the full list of items that will be removed next week:

  • Biscoff McFlurry – £1.99
  • Biscoff McFlurry mini – £1.59
  • Galaxy Caramel Pie – £1.99
  • Biscoff Frappe – £2.99
  • Galaxy Chocolate McFlurry – £1.99
  • Galaxy Chocolate Mini McFlurry – £1.59
  • Quarter Pounder Deluxe – £4.89
  • Quarter Deluxe Medium Meal – £6.59
  • Chicken Big Mac – £4.69
  • Chicken Big Mac Meal – £6.49
  • Processed cheese and herbs – £2.89
  • Cheese & Herb Sharing Box – £7.09

McDonald’s regularly updates its menu to keep customers on their toes.

A new burger called the Hat Trick will be added to menus on May 29.

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The burger contains three beef patties, two slices of cheese, grilled onions, mustard and ketchup, wrapped in a sesame-glazed bun.

It will be available in McDonald’s restaurants for £5.89 as a single item and £7.69 as part of a medium meal with drink and side.

The seven other items being added to the menus include fan-favorite mozzarella bites.

Each bite comes with a gooey cheese center covered in a crunchy coating and served with a rich tomato dip.

You will be able to buy them in restaurants for £2.39.

Chicken selections are also back on the menus, with fans able to pick up a box of nine for £8.49.

The chain is also adding a chicken sharing box to its offering, which comes with six chicken selections, 12 chicken bites and four dips.

Sweet tooths will love the new Skittle McFlurry with £2.19 menus.

The pudding combines soft swirled milk ice cream with chewy chunks of Skittles cream and sweet pearls covered in purple Skittles-flavored sauce.

The iconic Happy Meal is also set for a huge shake-up – its biggest in more than a decade – as part of a UK trial.

Four new menu items are coming to the Happy Meal range.

The Sun’s chief consumer reporter James Flanders was one of the first to put them to the test.

How to save money at McDonald’s

You might not think so, but you could end up paying more based solely on the McDonald’s restaurant you choose.

The Sun has found that eating a Big Mac can be up to 30p cheaper at restaurants just two miles apart.

In the meantime, you can pick up a Big Mac and fries for just £2.99 by completing a feedback survey which can be found on any old McDonald’s receipt.

The receipt should come with a 12-digit code that you can enter on the Food for Thought website along with your submitted survey.

You will then receive a five digit code which is your voucher for the £2.99 offer.

Make sure you check out all the different apps and platforms if you order McDonald’s at home too.

Our research found that some can charge up to £1.20 more than others.

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