McDonald's brings back fan-favorite breakfast sandwiches for a limited time

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Forget about breakfast burgers, McDonald’s is bringing back breakfast bagels!

According to a press release, four bagel sandwiches are available at participating locations in the Philadelphia region for a limited time.

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The “Steak, Egg, & Cheese” includes a freshly toasted bagel, a juicy steak patty, a fluffy folded egg, American cheese, and savory grilled onions.

The “Bacon, Egg, & Cheese” is a toasted bagel, thick-cut Applewood smoked bacon, fluffy folded eggs, breakfast sauce, and two slices of American cheese.

The “Sausage, Egg, & Cheese” consists of a pork sausage patty, herbs, folded egg, and two slices of American cheese.

McDonald's bagel
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If you’re not a meat lover, don’t worry! Vegetarians can enjoy an “Egg & Cheese” bagel.

It’s not clear how long the mouthwatering bagels will be available, so hurry to your nearest McD’s!

There are a lot of goodies to indulge in at McDonald’s nationwide, however, including the return of the iconic mint-flavored Shamrock Shake to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

Customers can also purchase the Oreo Shamrock McFlurry.

The Shamrock Shake consists of vanilla soft serve ice cream mixed with mint flavors while finished with whipped cream. The Oreo Shamrock McFlurry, introduced in 2020, contains mint and Oreo cookie pieces and vanilla soft serve ice cream.

The Shamrock Shake started as a local treat in 1967 at a Connecticut McDonald’s but hit the fast-food chain’s menu nationwide in 1970.

Back in January, the fast food chain announced it will be offering 4 new "hacked" menu items based on the inventions of its customers.

The hacked menu items include the Hash Brown McMuffin, The Crunchy Double, Land, Air & Sea, and Surf + Turf.

This article was updated on March 10 to reflect that the bagel breakfast sandwiches are only available at participating locations in the Philadelphia region for a limited time.

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