There are few guilty pleasures that make you feel more guilty or more pleasured than fast food. And even though I've currently been sticking to a great diet for 6 days out of every week and have been seeing excellent results eating tasty, organic foods and wonderfully nutritious meals, at the end of the day, if I could just eat fast food all the time, I'd much rather opt for a Spicy Burger King Chicken Sandwich or a Dave's Triple from Wendy's. Don't even get me started on McDonald's: I could do some serious damage there too. That especially goes for their desserts. Milkshakes? McFlurries? Puh-lease I'd easily crush those without batting an eye.
It seems almost criminal that at one point McDonald's apple pies were two for a dollar, and when combined with some of its soft serve ice cream, you had yourself the cheapest a la mode dessert money could buy. And of course, it was absolutely delicious.
But just when you thought Mickey D's couldn't tempt you with another flaky dessert, they went and created this heavenly monstrosity.
What you're looking at is a beautiful molten chocolate pie. Well, its given name is the Rich Chocolate Pie, and for now, it's a Korea-only exclusive. Which means if you're not lucky enough to be in the vicinity of one of these bad boys, this is what you're missing out on:
Just look at that ooey-gooey goodness.
It appears to have a similar baked, flaky outside like the original apple pies, with a hot, ooze-tacular filling.
Are you dying to try one of these out? It might just be one more reason to pick South Korea as your next vacation destination, you know, in addition to the pop groups with like a million members each.
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