May 21, 2013

News: McDonald's - New Dulce De Leche Shake

McDonald's is tapping the caramelized, milky flavor of a Latin American dessert for their upcoming new, limited-time Dulce De Leche Shake. The shake features reduced fat vanilla ice cream blended with caramel syrup, topped with whipped cream and a maraschino cherry.

I imagine the flavor wouldn't be too different from if you stirred up one of McDonald's caramel sundaes, but we'll just have to wait and see.

The seasonal shake will be available at McDonald's locations nationwide starting June 10 and will be available through September 15, 2013.

Nutritional Info - McDonald's Dulce De Leche Shake - medium (16 oz)
Calories - 710 (from Fat - 180)
Fat - 20g (Saturated Fat - 13g)
Sodium - 400mg
Carbs - 119g (Sugar - 99g)
Protein - 15g


  1. I am having one of these as we speak, they have an insane amount of dulce de leche which is sinfully awesome, I already ate it but would love to know the calories :P

  2. Please post the nutrition facts. I'm on Weight Watchers and dying to know how many points I just consumed in a small of this!

  3. I contacted McDonald's and updated with the nutritional info above. A 12-ounce small contains about 580 calories, 16g of fat, and 95g of carbs (78g of sugar).

  4. Just heard back from McDonald's. It's posted above.

  5. I almost had this yesterday. I stopped in a McD's to use the free wi-fi (which I couldn't get to work on my brand new iPod, operator error?), when my Dr called and told me not to eat fast food. I am not kidding, I had just left her office, but she called and told me I needed to return.

    I didn't tell her I was in McD's, but at least I had ordered a Chicken wrap, my first, and probably last at $3.99. It was fairly bland in taste, but had lots of veggies in it. It would have been better if I hadn't eaten the whole tortilla tho, those tortillas are quite large.

    I really really wanted the Dulce De Leche shake! Maybe I can budget for the 710 cal before it's gone in Sept. The 15g of protein is good, right?


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