(Credit: McDonald's USA)
(Credit: McDonald’s USA)

(WFLA/NEXSTAR) — McDonald’s is launching two new desserts, but most Americans won’t get a chance to try one of them unless they get on a plane.

Starting on April 12, participating restaurants nationwide will serve the new Strawberry Shortcake McFlurry.

“McFlurry stans to the front of the line: McDonald’s is dropping a delicious new flavor just in time for spring,” McDonald’s USA in a statement to Nexstar’s WFLA.

The Strawberry Shortcake McFlurry is made with vanilla ice cream, strawberry-flavored clusters, and shortbread cookies. The McFlurry will only be available as supplies last.

The other new dessert is a Guava & Crème Pie that is only available in Hawaii.

(Courtesy: McDonalds Hawaii)

The treat is filled with guava and a vanilla crème in the middle of a pastry that has a sugar-crisped crust. It went on sale Tuesday, March 28.

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All 73 McDonald’s in Hawaii will carry this warm treat and it will only be available for six weeks or until supplies last.

There are a couple of other Hawaii-only items that stay on the menu year-round:

  • Fried Haupia and/or Taro Pies – this is a pastry with a pudding-like filling inside the pie crust.
  • Breakfast platter – this consists of Spam, Portuguese sausage, eggs, and rice. This menu item also comes with soy sauce.
  • Kona coffee and Hawaiian Islands Passion Fruit Na Pali iced tea.

At some locations in Hawaii, you can also find cut pineapple and the McTeri Deluxe, which is a teriyaki burger.

The Hawaii-only items on the menu are mixed in with the regular list, which means people have to carefully read their options or ask if a specific location has an item.