We tried the McDonald’s Choco Banana Pie and here’s our verdict
McDonald’s has gotten fast food fans in Singapore very excited over the launch of its new Choco Banana Pie. Introduced on Oct 31, the dessert pie features a crispy crust filled with a mix of warm chocolate and a smooth banana filling.
On Thursday, we hopped down to our nearest McDonald’s outlet and got ourselves a couple of the dessert pies to try out.
It looks pretty similar to what was promised. And better still, it tasted pretty good.
The Choco Banana Pie has a crispy crust similar to that of the classic Apple Pie. Combined with the banana filling, it tastes like a very crispy goreng pisang, or fried banana.
The warm chocolate filling did not disappoint either. I had expected the chocolate filling to be greasy and bland, so I was quite wowed by the dark chocolate flavours that came through with every bite. My only gripe is that the banana filling was a little too sweet, but people who like their bubble teas at 100% sugar level may find the sweetness just right.
At $1.50, the McDonald’s Choco Banana Pie is a refreshing change for a warm dessert. Get this if you’re a chocolate lover or a goreng pisang fan.
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