McDonalds launches Christmas breakfast menu – but fans claim its nothing new

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    Calling all McDonald's fans, the fast food giant is launching its festive breakfast menu from Wednesday.

    The chain is adding the Mighty McMuffin which comes with sausage, egg, bacon and cheese.

    Customers can choose either brown sauce or ketchup in the bun which comes part of the festive menu until January.

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    But while the changes sound absolutely mouth-watering, not all customers are keen on the new breakfast entries.

    The Mighty McMuffin costs £3.99 on its own, or £5.59 as part of a meal, reports Manchester Evening News.

    It hits the McDonald's menu on Wednesday, along with several other festive treats.

    And fans are already reacting to the news of the Mighty McMuffin being added onto the breakfast menu.

    It seems as though some pointed out there's nothing special about the new McMuffin.

    One said: "If you order a normal McMuffin you get to add extra bacon, sausage, sauce, so this is nothing new."

    However others thought it looks amazing, while another claimed it was "creative".

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    A third commented: "I've changed my mind about not having any fast food until February."

    As well as the festive breakfast, customers can get their claws on the Celebrations McFlurry from Wednesday.

    The new treat will cost £1.79 as it's filled with Galaxy chocolate, caramel pieces, Twix biscuit, Mars and Maltesers bits.

    Meanwhile the festive Big Tasty is also reappearing on the menu.

    Those with a mega sweet tooth can look forward to the Festive Pie which is being re-released for the festivities.

    It's a Christmassy take on the chain's classic hot crispy pie filled with mince meat and custard instead of apple.

    The festive snack is a must-buy for those who love a mince pie at just £1.29.

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