Make your own Mcdo breakfast pancake platter with cook-it-yourself packs
Coffee grounds, pancake mix and syrup and an assortment of dessert condiments are now available for takeout in select McDonald’s stores starting today
May 11, 2020
If you missed your daily routine of going to McDonald’s for breakfast before going to work or school, well, the good news is, you can still have those meals at home with their newly released cook-it-yourself packs.
The packs available through takeout and drive-thru includes the fast food chain’s coffee grounds, pancake mix and syrup, hot fudge and caramel toppings, and condiments such as tonkatsu sauce and mayonnaise.
Home cooked meals and snacks are now made easier with Cook-It-Yourself Packs! Available at select McDonald's stores through Take Out and Drive-Thru starting May 11. Learn more: bit.ly/cookityourselfpacks
McDonald’s even released an accompanying preparation guide for cooking pancakes and preparing coffee at home on its website.
Cook-it-yourself pack prices:
- Coffee grounds (180 g or approx.6 to 7 cups) – P99 per pack
- Hotcake mix (1 kg or approx. 27-28 servings) – P149 per pack
- Hotcake syrup (1 kg) – P199 per pack
- Tonkatsu sauce (1 kg) – P199 per pack
- Mayonnaise (1.5 kg) – P399 per pack
- Hot fudge topping (2 kg) – P399 per pack
- Caramel topping (2 kg) – P399 per pack
This is the second wave of their take-home menu with the first one including their cook-it-yourself packs of marinated chicken cuts, chicken McNuggets and breaded chicken fillet nearly out-of-stock except in select supermarkets.
“As the Cook-It-Yourself Pack is a promotional program, we rotate products that will be made available to customers at our stores, however, you may check select SM Markets (Hypermarket, Supermarket, Savemore) and Waltermart Supermarkets for frozen Cook-It-Yourself products,” read its statement.
There are no limits to the number of packs a customer can purchase, which also doesn’t guarantee that packs will be in stock for a long time. Oh, and senior citizens and persons with disabilities (PWDs) are still entitled to a 20 percent discount and 12 percent VAT exemption on their purchases for personal consumption.
For the list of participating branches, check McDonald’s website.
Header photo courtesy of McDonalds’ Philippines Facebook page
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