McDonald’s Holiday Pie is back – here’s where you can get one

McDonald’s Peppermint Mocha is also back on the menu for a limited time

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McDonald’s lineup of holiday offerings has just gotten sweeter with the return of the fan-favorite Holiday Pie.

Though the Holiday Pie has already been spotted at several McDonald’s restaurants across the country as early as November, the sweet treat remains as elusive as ever, as it’s only available at select locations at the discretion of franchise owners.

First introduced in 2012, McDonald’s Holiday Pie features a flaky, buttery and sugar-glazed crust filled with creamy smooth, vanilla custard and topped with rainbow sprinkles. While its cost varies depending on location, the dessert is priced at around 89 cents each.

Despite the apparent interest in the Holiday Pie during the Christmas season, McDonald’s doesn’t release a complete list of restaurants where it can be purchased, leaving fans looking for the festive menu item on their own. When asked about the pie’s whereabouts on Twitter, McDonald’s simply encouraged customers to call or visit stores near them, as menus vary by location.

But based on a post on the Facebook page McDonalds Holiday Pies, the pie is currently available at stores in Southeast Michigan, Northern Indiana, Southeastern Wisconsin, Northwestern Pennsylvania, Saint Albans City in West Virginia, Greensboro City in North Carolina, and portions of Illinois.

Aside from the Holiday Pie, McDonald’s has also brought back its Peppermint Mocha for a limited time this holiday season at participating locations. Available hot or iced, the McDonald’s Peppermint Mocha is made with espresso beans that are sustainably sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms, steamed whole or nonfat milk, peppermint chocolate syrup, and topped with whipped topping and chocolate drizzle.

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McDonald’s Peppermint Mocha

If you’re not into coffee, McDonald’s offers it up as Peppermint Hot Chocolate.

Sources: Delish, Fox News, Mashed
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