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McDonald’s Recipe Changes The World Never Noticed

Even if you have an encyclopedic knowledge of everything McDonald’s has to offer, you probably had no clue about these McDonald’s recipe changes the world never noticed. For instance, McDonald’s is famous for having some of the best fries in the land, but did you know that they used to be cooked in cottonseed oil and beef tallow? If you were used to that taste, you might be surprised to know that these days, Mickey D’s cooks up their French fries in good, old-fashioned vegetable oil. If you couldn’t taste the difference, then they’re doing their job right. If crispy, salty treats aren’t a part of your daily diet and you prefer dessert instead, it’ll interest you to know that the apple pie was once deep-fried. Nowadays, in the interest of not sending their consumer base to the next life early, McDonald’s has been baking their apple pies.

Now, if you’re the kind of person who likes to start out the day with some breakfast, you’ll be shocked to find out that today’s offerings at McDonald’s are made with real butter. In days of old, your Egg McMuffins and Egg and Cheese Biscuits would have been made with margarine, if you can believe it. Prep your appetite as we take a look through the history of some of McDonald’s most famous treats and how their recipes have changed, for better or worse.

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