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7 McDonald's Recipes To Make At Home


Don’t grab your kids and hit the Dollar Menu for a treat! Take the time to make your favorite fast foods fresh from your own home with our 7 fabulous McDonald’s Copycat recipes. Whether you are craving a Big Mac, a Fried Apple Pie, or a Spicy McChicken, we’ve pulled together some great treats that might just beat the originals!

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  • Spicy Chicken Sandwich 1 of 7
    Spicy Chicken Sandwich
    Spicy Chicken Sandwiches only cost a dollar on the fast food menu, but they aren't make with a whole breast of responsibly raised chicken, and they are deep-fried in oil with all of the other foods on the menu. Our recipe delivers all the flavor, with a gourmet twist.
    Get our recipe for Spicy Chicken Sandwiches
  • Shamrock Shake 2 of 7
    Shamrock Shake
    Shamrock Shakes are a seasonal classic, but you can make this McDonald's favorite anytime of the year with our copycat recipe.
    Get the recipe for Shamrock Shakes
  • Fried Apple Pies 3 of 7
    Fried Apple Pies
    Love those McDonald's Fried Apple Pies? Here's how to make them right at home, with ingredients you can pronounce.
    Get our recipe for Fried Apple Pies.
  • Copycat Big Mac 4 of 7
    Copycat Big Mac
    We cracked the code on that Big Mac special sauce!
    Make them at home with our recipe for Copycat Big Macs
  • Chicken Selects 5 of 7
    Chicken Selects
    Those meaty chicken tenders are easy to make at home.
    Grab our recipe for Chicken Selects.
  • Egg McMuffins 6 of 7
    Egg McMuffins
    Start your day off with a homemade version on McDonalds Egg McMuffin.
    Grab the recipe from Food Family Finds.
  • Iced Strawberry Lemonade 7 of 7
    Iced Strawberry Lemonade
    Iced Strawberry Lemonade can be made in big, colorful batches right in your own kitchen! Rather than piling your family into the car on a hot summer day, stay home and make this refreshing twist on the McDonalds classic at home.
    Get the recipe for Iced Strawberry Lemonade

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