MCDONALD'S is adding three items to its menu – including a new toasted breakfast muffin with jam.
The treat has been available in Ireland for a number of years but it launches in restaurants in the UK from tomorrow morning.
It costs 99p and will only be available until 10.30am when breakfast ends.
Also returning to the menu are two McFlurry flavours – Cadbury Dairy Milk and Cadbury Caramel.
They come in two sizes, regular and mini and cost £1.39 and 99p, although prices do vary between branches.
The fast food chain also adds the triple cheese burger onto its menu tomorrow.
It follows a successful trial in 60 branches earlier this year. It's not the first time it's been on the menu as it originally appeared in 1994.
Last month the fast food chain brought back six menu favourites, including the apple pies and the chicken legend.
As well as a double quarter pounder with cheese, toffee latte, millionaire's donut and carrot sticks.
The fast food chain has been offering a reduced menu ever since it reopened following the coronavirus crisis.
In July, McDonald's brought back milkshakes, mayo chicken sandwiches, the bacon mayo chicken, hot chocolate, bacon double cheeseburgers and Happy Meal organic milk bottles.
Items that have not yet made it back on to the menu include the breakfast wrap, bagel or frozen drinks.
McDonald's temporarily shut all 1,350 restaurants on March 23 amid the coronavirus lockdown.
The fast food chain has confirmed it now asks customers to wear masks if they're just collecting food and not sitting in.
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