McDonald’s loaded fries: TikTok user shares delicious hack leaving fast food fans drooling - how to make them

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McDonald’s loaded fries have left mouths watering across the globe - here’s how to make the naughty treat as TikTok user shares easy hack.

McDonald’s fans have been left drooling at a TikTok user’s hack she used to make her own loaded fries. Lauren Griffiths combined pieces of cheeseburger along with chicken selects and mozzarella sticks and a large serving of fries, topping off the creation with sweet and sour and curry sauces.

A video of Lauren, who posts under @laurenkategriffiths, sharing her McDonald’s tip has been viewed more than four millions times and so far racked up more than 430,000 likes. In the clip, she said: “I could not not do this one.

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“I bought this tub with me and a fork and added mozzarella dippers because I think that would be such a good addition. People do either selects or nuggets but I did selects, I just think the chicken is nicer.”

Lauren showed how she added large fries and the chopped up chicken and burger into a tub then mixed it all together. She explained that she ordered a double cheeseburger and asked for extra pickles.

“I’m just going to scrape the onions onto it, and then I’m going to break up these patties,” she adds in the clip. “This is looking phenomenal.”

The hack appears to have won over McDonald’s fans, thousands of whom took to the comments. One wrote: “Yeah, I’m going to McDonald’s” and another posted: “My mouth is watering.”

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How to make McDonald’s loaded fries

Take a plastic container to the McDonald’s drive-thru. Order fries along with chicken nuggets or chicken selects, a cheeseburger and a cheese-based side such as mozzarella sticks.

Rip up the cheeseburger, chicken and side and mix with the fries. Shake it all up to combine and top with your favourite sauce such as soured cream and chive with BBQ, sweet chilli, curry sauce or ketchup.

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