Attention, Big Mac fans: McDonald’s is adding two more options.
McDonald’s is adding new Big Mac options to its menu that will satisfy people with cravings both big and small. The standard Big Mac is composed of two beef patties and three pieces of bread—or as the jingle says “Two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame-seed bun.” The popular sandwich will now be offered in two additional sizes, a Little Mac and a Double Big Mac.
The new sandwiches are available now at restaurants and are part of a bigger campaign to celebrate the iconic menu item.
“The Big Mac is more than a burger—over the past 50 years it has become an international icon and a consistent favorite for our fans,” said Linda VanGosen, Vice President of Menu Innovation. “From the perfect amount of our legendary Special Sauce, to the crunch of our crisp lettuce and the juiciness of our 100% pure beef patties, customers know and love the unmistakable flavor of the Big Mac. We’re excited to give them new ways to enjoy the burger they love and satisfy fan cravings of all sizes with three delicious Big Mac options.”
Big Mac, courtesy McDonald's
Here is a rundown of the new Big Mac sandwiches:
- Little Mac: one beef patty with the traditional Big Mac toppings.
- Double Big Mac: Four beef patties, stacked in twos with all the regular Big Mac toppings.
The Little Mac is only 320 calories—great if you crave a Big Mac but are trying to cut back. The Double Big Mac comes in at 720 calories, while a regular Big Mac is 540 calories. The new Big Macs sandwiches will be available for a limited time, so grab one while you can!