McDonald’s fan says ‘you haven’t lived’ until you’ve tried her double cheeseburger hack

When it comes to McDonald’s orders, most people have their own preferences.

Some people simply have to order a box of McNuggets, while others would rather get a Big Mac or a Fillet-O-Fish.

But others like to get a little more creative when picking food off of the fast-food chain’s menu.

One McDonald’s fan has recently shared her hack for making the ultimate burger and she claims you ‘haven’t lived’ until you’ve tried it for yourself.

In a video posted to TikTok, a foodie who posts under the username @melika_zaidi, showed how she went to her local Maccas and ordered a double cheeseburger and a Mayo Chicken.

She proceeds to take off the top part of the bun from the cheeseburger and stack the whole mayo chicken on top, creating one ginormous burger.

The video was captioned: “You haven’t lived until you’ve combined a Mayo Chicken with a double cheeseburger.

“Like omg.”

More than 760,000 people have since watched the video, with over 66,000 users liking it.

Thousands also took the time to comment and share their thoughts on the hack – with some divided over it.

One said: “Omg never even thought of this.”

Another replied: “This feels illegal.”

A third wrote: “The best combo ever man.”

“It’s actually so unreal,” proclaimed someone else.

“Need to try,” admitted a different user.

This comes after we recently saw another McDonald’s hack go viral – the chilli oil ice cream.

The craze appears to have started in China, where the unusual dessert was briefly sold and has since been picked up in a viral video by Ryan Paturzo, an Australia-based food lover and producer on Buzzfeed’s Tasty series.

In his clip Ryan explains: “First order a plain Sundae, then you’re going to top it with chilli oil.

“The blend creates a salty and sweet creamy flavour with crunchy texture.”

He goes on to add that even though it seems weird, viewers should trust him as the dessert will take your tastebuds on “a wild adventure”.

We tried it for ourselves but have to say we were less than impressed.