Brighter Mornings for kids with McDonald’s Breakfast Happy Meal

Kids are McDonald's most-loved customers. That's why McDonald's has made mornings even more special for them by combining two of their favourites together- Happy Meal toys and breakfast food. Starting February 2, McDonald's breakfast stores nationwide now serve Breakfast Happy Meal--a featured toy with their favourite McDonald's breakfast food and Orange Juice.

The fun doesn't stop there as you can choose between two Breakfast Happy Meal food options: Hamdesal, made of tasty Canadian bacon, creamy mayonnaise and sweet pineapple syrup sandwiched between pandesal buns, or warm and fluffy 2-pc Hotcakes, to go with their toy and Orange Drink for that extra citrus kick that's sure to boost their mood and energy. If your child is a chicken lover, the 1-pc Chicken McDo with Rice Happy Meal is also available during breakfast hours.

The Breakfast Happy Meal can be enjoyed in different ways: kids can join mommy and daddy in McDonald's breakfast stores via dine-in, on the way to school via drive-thru or have it delivered right at home. So give kids the A+ breakfast they deserve with the Breakfast Happy Meal to keep them energetic and happy all throughout the day.

Aside from enjoying a delicious breakfast, parents have the chance to make another child's future brighter with every Happy Meal. For every Happy Meal purchase, 50 centavos goes to the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), the charity of choice of McDonald's and its banner program, Bright Minds Read (BMR). Bright Minds Read (BMR) is a program in partnership with the Department of Education that provides reading toolkits to different public schools all over the country to teach beginning reading to grade 1 public school students.

Hurry and order any of the McDonald's Breakfast Happy Meal by visiting our stores, by dialing 8-MCDO or logging on to www.mcdelivery.com.ph. Like the official McDonald's Facebook fan page www.facebook.com/McDo.ph or follow us on Twitter @McDo_ph for more updates.

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