Disclosure: This post was written by me for McDonald’s.
Who else gets those cravings for something from McDonald’s late at night? Before getting pregnant, they happened a couple times a month here. I won’t say how often they happen since being pregnant, but it makes me glad that we have a 24-hour McDonald’s in our town! I am also happy to hear about their new After Midnight Menu.
The new menu is perfect for those that are up late or have to get up early for work – and by early, I am talking about so early it should be illegal! At least McDonald’s has you covered, offering a selection of breakfast and lunch/dinner favorites for those awake and hungry between midnight and 4am.
Wondering what is on this new late night menu at McDonald’s? Check out this short list of foods you can order in the middle of the night…
- Egg McMuffin
- Fruit N Maple Oatmeal
- Egg White Delight
- Big Mac
- Fruit N Yogurt Parfait
- The 3 new Quarter Pounder flavors
There are also midnight value meals available during this menu, which offer sandwiches with your choice of fries or hashbrowns.
McDonald’s After Midnight Menu offers all McCafe beverages, hot or cold, including the Premium Roast Coffee. If you are getting up earlier than 4am or burning the midnight oil, you are definitely going to need the “pick me up” that this coffee can provide!
Freshly brewed in the restaurant, the beverage features an aromatic blend of Brazilian,Colombian and Central American coffee beans. Not only is Premium Roast Coffee a great complement to any late night meal, it is also customized for each order, ensuring you receive the freshest coffee possible.
Disclosure: The Greater Atlanta McDonald’s Operators Association (GAMOA) partnered with bloggers such as me to help educate us all about the new Premium McWrap. As part of this program, I received compensation. They did not tell me what to purchase or what to say about the use of the product. GAMOA believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. GAMOA policies align with WOMMA Ethics Code, FTC guidelines and social media engagement recommendations.