McDonald’s has begun serving a new freshly baked Apple Pie that has changed in appearance, taste and ingredients.
The chain’s new freshly baked Apple Pie features a filling made with sliced American grown apples (no longer diced), including Golden Delicious, Jonagold, Rome, Gala, Ida Red, and Fuji with cinnamon added for more flavor. The new pie now features a flaky, lattice-top crust sprinkled with a sugar topping, as opposed to a sugar and cinnamon topping.
The fried Apple Pie first appeared on the chain’s menu back in 1968. McDonald’s discontinued original fried Apple Pies in favor of baked versions in 1992. Today, Apple Pies are still baked, but continue to undergo recipe tweaks and improvements.
McDonald’s new freshly baked Apple Pies can be found at participating locations nationwide.
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