McDonald's reveals Christmas menu for 2020 including a Double Big Mac

McDonald’s reveals its Christmas menu for 2020 including a Double Big Mac, Celebrations McFlurry and Jamaican Jerk Chicken Sandwich

  • McDonald’s has delighted fans by realising its Christmas menu for 2020 
  • Menu includes biggest ever burger in form of Double Big Mac with four patties
  • Also includes Celebrations McFlurry and a Jamaican Jerk Chicken Sandwich
  • Camembert cheese dippers also make a return while chain is also launching Salted Caramel Latte

McDonald’s has delighted fans by realising its Christmas menu, including a double Big Mac and a festive Celebrations McFlurry.

The UK branch of the fast food giant has also added a Jamaican Jerk Chicken Sandwich to the menu for the first time, which includes spicy meat on sourdough bread.  

The £5.69 double Big Mac has a four patties instead of the usual two, wedged between three slices of bread and garnished with cheese, lettuce, onions and Big Mac sauce.    

McDonald’s has delighted fans by realising their Christmas menu, including a double Big Mac

A similar double Big Mac was launched in the US earlier this year but this is the first time it’s been released in the UK, and the chain say it’s different from the Mega Mac – which was previously on the menu and also had four patties.

The burger is the biggest McDonald’s UK has ever sold and will be available from Wednesday 18 November

Double Big Mac Meal (£5.69)  Four 100% beef patties, a slice of cheese, lettuce, onion and pickles and of course not forgetting the unbeatable and Big Mac sauce  

Jamaican Jerk Chicken Sandwich Meal (£5.69) Two pieces of succulent crispy chicken with a spicy jerk sauce, Beechwood smoked bacon, Pepper Jack cheese, slivered onion and lettuce in a sourdough bun

 Cheese Melt Dippers (£1.79, Sharebox £4.79). Four breaded cheese dippers made with indulgent camembert, served with a tangy tomato Dip. 

Celebrations McFlurry (£1.39) or go mini for (£0.99).  Soft dairy ice cream, swirled with (only the best) Maltesers clusters, Galaxy chocolate drops, Caramel pieces, Mars Nuggets and Twix biscuits, topped with a milk chocolate sauce.

Salted Caramel Latte (£1.69)

Also new this winter is McDonald’s Jamaican Jerk Chicken Sandwich Meal, also for £5.69, which sees two pieces of succulent crispy chicken serves with a spicy jerk sauce, Beechwood smoked bacon, Pepper Jack cheese, slivered onion and lettuce in a sourdough bun. 

The double Big Mac comes it at 694 calories while the Jamaican Jerk Chicken sandwich has 564 calories. 


The fast food giant has also added a Jamaican jerk chicken sandwich to the menu for the first time, which includes spicy meat on sourdough bread (right) and also back by popular demand is the McDonald’s Cheese Melt Dippers for £1.79 (left)

While a box of Celebrations is a must at Christmas time, McDonald’s have put their own twist on the chocolate treats with their Celebrations McFlurry for £1.39 or go mini for £0.99.

The treat sees soft dairy ice cream, swirled with Maltesers clusters, Galaxy chocolate drops, Caramel pieces, Mars Nuggets and Twix biscuits, topped with a milk chocolate sauce.

Also back by popular demand is the McDonald’s Cheese Melt Dippers for £1.79. 


Just like many coffee shops, McDonald’s is also launching it’s own festive drinks, including a Salted Caramel Latte for 1.69 (left) and those after a sweet treat can also pick up a Celebrations Mcflurry (right)

Four breaded cheese dippers are made with indulgent Camembert and served with a tangy tomato Dip. There is also a share box available for £4.79.

Just like many coffee shops, McDonald’s is also launching it’s own festive drinks, including a Salted Caramel Latte for 1.69.

In line with Government guidance, social distancing and safety measures at restaurants remain in place. 

This includes hand sanitiser at every entrance for delivery couriers and dine-in and takeaway customers, table-service and contact tracing for customers who dine-in, and carefully managing the number of customers and crew inside each restaurant.

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