*This post was sponsored by McDonald’s as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Well, here we are back again to share more McDonald’s love.
Because our family simply cannot get enough of McDonald’s.
See it is summer time here. We are all on a more relaxed schedule overall, especially our eating schedules.
So, McDonald’s seems to be the place that once again both the kids and the adults can agree on.
Also, as far as their menu goes, McDonald’s breakfast items seem to be a winner.
But why is McDonald’s breakfast tops?
Find out now with our three simple reasons below…
1. McDonald’s breakfast is yummy.
Seriously, it is that simple McDonalds’ breakfast foods are just that tasty and delicious. From their pancakes to their Egg McMuffin® sandwich (which just happen to be my favorite), you just can’t go wrong for your taste buds! This is because McDonald’s is committed to giving customers food with great taste, modern choices and real ingredients. See in the past two years, McDonald’s changed their sources and how they prepare their food.
2. Breakfast, Brunch or Brinner.
Another simple reason, why McDonald’s breakfast is a clear winner is that you can eat it any time of the day. That’s right, McDonald’s serves breakfast all day long. So whether you want breakfast at breakfast time or are craving breakfast for lunch or dinner, you can enjoy McDonald’s breakfast anytime of the day!
3. We all love it!
Simply put, not only do the adults love McDonald’s breakfast, but so do the kids, too. So, McDonald’s breakfast foods cross generations here, because our whole family just loves something from McDonald’s breakfast menu. Again, I happen to love their Egg McMuffin® sandwich.
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This is because their perfectly round eggs are found in Egg McMuffin® sandwiches look and taste so good every time. How is this so? Because they are made at restaurants by freshly cracking and cooking a USDA grade A egg into an egg ring. Therefore, nothing is added to the eggs. Plus real butter is even used on the English muffins, biscuits and bagels on the breakfast menu instead of liquid margarine.