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McDonald’s Announced A Nutella Burger, And It’s Just As Gross As It Sounds

Ill be the first one to admit Im not the healthiest person in the world.

I hate working out, sometimes I have to watch at least eight episodes of a show in a row before calling it a night and I easily break my you can only have fast food once a month rule.

But even I wouldnt try this insane Nutella burger from McDonalds.

Announced on McDonalds Italia Facebook page early Thursday morning, the post introducingthe Sweety con Nutella has been shared over 82,000 times and has amassed over 72,000 likes. It reads,

A soft sweetness has arrived that you will not be able to resist. Try Sweety with Nutella now: soft bread with a creamy, indulgent center!

First off, its insulting to the rest of the items on McDonalds menu to call this thing a burger. Even though it comes in the signature burger box, its pretty much just two buns stuck together with a glob of creamy hazelnut spread.

Theres no freshly thawed patty, heavily processed cheese, squirt of ketchup or sprinkle of pickles and onions that weve all come to know and love in the classic cheeseburger.


Second, it looks way more like a cream-filled doughnut than anything else. This thing seriously belongs in some sort of Dunkin Donuts roundup.

But, the Sweety con Nutella is just one of many experimental dishes on McDonalds Italian menu.

It sits alongside a burger with pecorino cheese (way classier than our American slices), a gluten-free burger and a tiramisu from the dessert menu.

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According to Independent, the Sweety con Nutella will only be available at the fast food conglomerates cafes, not hot food counters.

The othercatch is, you can only try this lets be real glorified doughnut in Italy.

Heres to hoping this fast food mistake never makes it to the US.

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