6 Delicious McDonald’s Recipes You Can Replicate at Home

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if you are reading this, I can say with 99% certainty that you are a Foodie. And there’s nothing wrong being one. 🙂

And being a foodie, there is no doubt you love the delicious food you get at McDonald’s

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Now, whether you can’t make it to the nearest McD or there is no McD near you at all, whatever your reason is. I am listing out 5 delicious recipes you can replicate at home. Just check out the list.

1. Veg Pizza McPuff

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Veg Pizza McPuff is one of those regulars that you can easily replicate at home since it’s just about the right filling and the ability to deep fry it.

Check out the step by step recipe at Evergreen Recipes.

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2. Mc Flurry Oreo

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The McDonald’s McFlurry Fans can rejoice, as there is a super quick and easy to way to replicate this recipe in your own kitchen.

The best part is, you don’t even need to be super efficient in the kitchen department to make it.

Here is the step by step recipe of McFlurry Oreo

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3. Chicken Nuggets

Chicken Nuggets is one of my favourite things on the McDonalds menu. It is one of the things that motivates me to visit them.

Thankfully it can be cooked at home, thanks to this easy step by step recipe video. Check it out.

4. Mc Aloo Tikki Burger

The Mc Aloo Tikki Burger is undoubtedly the most popular burger in India. It is simply the benchmark for all the burgers you will ever eat in your entire lifetime.

And if you are not satisfied with those burgers you get at your local street stalls. You can surely replicate the Mc Aloo Tikki Burger.

Check out the video below, detailing how to make it at home.

5. Spicy Paneer Wrap

Spicy Paneer Wrap is yet another delicious Indianized item from McDonald’s. I know right now you must be staring at the thumbnail of the video, so, I’ll simply let you watch the recipe video.

6. McD’s Apple Pie

I’ve actually been getting a lot of request on my food blog to make these, but I know I can’t do this better than Barry from My Virgin Kitchen, who shows how to replicate this popular thing at home, in the video below.

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