How To Make ‘McFlurry’ Ice Cream At Home

Ngebray.com,- Fans of Mc Flurries are up in arms. They say the ice cream machines at their local McDonald’s are always broken and they can’t get their frosty treats. Some McDonald’s franchisees say the machines are hard to repair or clean. And the Taylor Company, which makes the machines, declined to comment. McDonald’s says it regurarly services the equipment during off-peak hours. Need a quick fix? Here’s how to make the soft-serve delight yourself. Let’s check the ways to make a homemade McFlurry.

Picture from mcdonalds.co.uk

Picture from mcdonalds.co.uk

We need to frozen these 10-12 Oreos in advance so that they stay cool and just gonna hand smash them. Then we gonna take a rolling pin, smash them up in sort of large, bite-sized pieces. We gonna start making our one pint vanilla ice cream feel and taste like soft-serve. If we are using ice cream that’s been frozen solid, add more milk and blend it until it resembles soft-serve. We are gonna add a bit of ¼ cup whole milk so that it breaks down a bit. That’s enough, and then you can adjust as needed. That’s looks good. We’re going to put that in. Top it off with some Oreo. Hand-blended McFlurries, people. Now that is what We think a McFlurry basically looks like. And then we can stop if off with extra Oreos. Here we have a better McFlurry, in our opinion, made at home, but someone else will judge.

Picture from segalamakan.com

Picture from segalamakan.com

Taste Test

A tester of Homemade Mc Flurry said, “Messy, I like it. The right consistency. That’s good. It’s thick, it’s not fully mixed. Lord.”

And a tester of Real McFlurry said, “This one, they look pretty similar in terms of mixed-upness. They taste, like this one sweeter. That’s good. It’s cuz of the ice cream. This actually tastes a lot more bland.”

And that’s how we make a McFlurry at home.