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Mighty Wings at McDonald’s
My husband has loved wings for as long as I have known him. My entire family loves chicken wings.
However, no one loves wings more than my 10 year old son. He is constantly begging us to take him to get wings or to buy wings and make them. Seriously this kid asks no less than 10 times per week. Wings are all he ever wants to eat.
We were excited the try the new McDonald's Mighty Wings.
ABOUT MCDONALD'S MIGHTY WINGS
Mighty Wings are back in Greater Atlanta area McDonald’s restaurants! Mighty Wings are crispy, crunchy, spicy, bone-in chicken wings that are available in 3, 5 & 10 pieces along with sauce choices of Creamy Ranch, Spicy Buffalo and Tangy BarBeQue. Prices start at $2.99.
Mighty Wings were first introduced last summer on in Atlanta as a test. Beginning a few weeks ago, the wings launched nationwide.
WHAT WE THOUGHT
We have the Mighty Wings twice now and each time my son was not interested in sharing with anyone else. However, I was able to get one for myself.
I thought that the wing tasted crispy and delicious. All three of my kids like them and my husband didn't get to try them. We would definitely order them again but probably need to order a few more so that the kids all have their own wings.
HOW TO OBTAIN MCDONALD'S NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION
Nutrition information for all Quarter Pounders and other national McDonald’s food and beverage menu items is available in a variety of ways: Mobile Phone App, www.mcdonalds.com, My Meal Builder on www.mcdonalds.com, Nutrition brochures, select product packaging, trayliners in restaurant and our toll-free phone line (1-800-244-6227).
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