McDonald’s Halloween Happy Meal pumpkin pals return to restaurants. The item will be accessible at McDonald’s restaurants nationwide until Oct. 31.
The fan-favorite Halloween item was reputed to return in September after a blog, Nightmare Nostalgia, detailed that organization representatives were sharing the information via social media.
The buckets can enough hold burgers, fries and a lot of Halloween candy, which will be ideally suited for trick-or-treating.
The original iteration of the Halloween pails were three orange jack-o-lantern pails named McPunk’n, McBoo, and McGoblin. As per Eat This Not That, the buckets were changed to a white ghost, green witch, and orange pumpkin during the 1990s.
The favorite items kept on changing throughout the years, with some themed for shows like “Scooby-Doo” and “Monster High” or characters like “Mr. Potato Head.”
The buckets were last seen in 2016 when McDonald’s designed them in light of the Halloween classic film, “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”