A foodie has left thousands drooling over her unusual McDonald’s breakfast hack.
Bec Hardgrave made a bacon and egg sandwich by replacing the bread with hash browns, then topped it with sweet syrup.
The fitness and health trainer called his “unreal” creation a “bacon and egg McHash brown” and asked his followers to rush to try the hack for themselves.
“Last night I dreamed I went to McDonald’s and had a bacon and egg McHash brown, that’s what we’re going to do,” Bec said.
“Basically you get two hash browns, one for the base, a Bacon and Egg McMuffin without the English Muffin and this is where we get a little wild – hot cake syrup.”
Health coach Bec Hardgrave (pictured) wowed foodies with her ‘Bacon and Egg McHash brown’ as she drowned in McDonald’s hot cake syrup.
Bec poured a generous amount of syrup over the bacon, egg and cheese, then topped the second hash brown to make a sandwich.
“It’s a little messy, I’ll give it to him,” she said before tasting to see if the hash brown sandwich “was as good as her dreams.”
“Is it healthy and would I recommend it as part of your diet?” No. Is it really worth trying? Yes of course.’
Bec shared the breakfast tip in an online post video which has been viewed nearly 160,000 times and made mouths water thousands of times.
“Game changer. I know what I’m going to eat for breakfast tomorrow,” said one viewer.
“Is it healthy and would I recommend it as part of your diet?” No. Is it really worth trying? Hell yes,” Bec said after tasting her “wild” creation.
“Order the egg and bacon separately, as individual items, it will save you a few bucks,” recommended a second.
“I’ve been dipping my hash browns and McMuffins in my hot cake syrup for years! It’s so good !’ another wrote.
“I never thought about making a hash with hot cake syrup, but now I need it!” » someone added.
Some pointed out that Bec’s sandwich was a great gluten-free alternative to the Bacon and Egg McMuffin, while others were concerned about the amount of syrup spilled.
“That’s what I do because I’m gluten-free!” (without the syrup, although I would try that) It’s great for hangovers,” one woman replied.
“The mess in the car. The syrup is everywhere,” laughed another.