Eat Bugis Chocolate Pie at McDonald’s
“Chocolate Pie? I don’t want to but I will…”
McDonald’s Chocolate Pie tl;dr
- New Chocolate Pie
- Even the Crust is Chocolate
You know what time it is? You guessed it! It’s McDonald’s new Chocolate Pie time!
I’m not too much into chocolate, or rather I’m particular about the chocolate I eat. In nearly everything I eat, I have a preference for texture and contrast. With that being said, I never really developed a taste for simple plain chocolate:
- Hershey Kisses
- Plain Chocolate Bars
- Chocolate Ice Cream
That’s not to say that I don’t eat chocolate. It’s just that if I ever eat chocolate, it better have nuts, or a spice or something to offset the plain “vanilla-ness” of itself:
- Ferrero Rocher (only biting into it after the interior chocolate has melted bursting outward)
- Chili Infused Nut Chocolate Bar (it’s so different, mellow chocolate bursting with spicy nuts)
- Kit Kat (preferably Japanese flavors)
First Bite of Chocolate Pie
With every question, one has to be prepared for either answer; both positive and negative.
Completely prepared to throw the entire thing away after the first bite, I apprehensively purchased this chocolate pie. I bite into this pie and am pleasantly surprised. I’m not too sure if the crust actually contains any chocolate or simply either overwhelmed by the chocolate filling or maybe it’s just looks like it has chocolate.
The mixture of crusty shell and overflowing chocolate filling overwhelms my senses.
And I like it!
If it had gotten cold, and the filling became more solid, then perhaps I wouldn’t like it as much. Perhaps the chocolate would change in a more fundamental way that can be reversed if heated again. Suffice to say, after having eaten one, it’s quite clear to me that I would never let future pies ever get cold.
I’m a Believer
I didn’t expect to like it. I kinda didn’t want to like it. But here I am, telling you that if you ever have a chance to eat it that you should. Give it a chance even if you don’t normally like chocolate. Who knows? You just might like it after all.
When was the last time your palate was surprised by something?