NEWS: Burger King Reveals Soft-Serve Desserts and Takes Another Step Closer to Becoming McBurger King

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Yesterday, Burger King rolled out a soft-serve desserts menu, which includes premium sundaes, traditional sundaes, soft-serve cones or cups, and milkshakes.

Yes, most of those soft-serve desserts sound similar to what McDonald’s offers.

The premium sundaes, which aren’t really like anything McDonald’s offers, come in four varieties:

Peach and Granola (Nutrition Facts: 280 calories, 5 grams of fat, 2.5 grams of saturated fat, 43 grams of sugar, and 5 grams of protein.)

Oreo (Nutrition Facts: 440 calories, 12 grams of fat, 7 grams of saturated fat, 57 grams of sugar, and 8 grams of protein.)

Oreo Brownie (Nutrition Facts: 530 calories, 17 grams of fat, 10 grams of saturated fat, 70 grams of sugar, and 10 grams of protein.)

Mini M&M’s (Nutrition Facts: 450 calories, 13 grams of fat, 9 grams of saturated fat, 62 grams of sugar, and 8 grams of protein.)

The Peach and Granola Sundae has a suggested retail price of $1.79, while the others have a SRP of $2.49.

The traditional sundaes, which are like something McDonald’s offers, come in three flavors:

Chocolate Fudge (Nutrition Facts: 280 calories 7 grams of fat, 5 grams of saturated fat, 43 grams of sugar, and 6 grams of protein.)

Caramel (Nutrition Facts: 280 calories, 6 grams of fat, 3.5 grams of saturated fat, 37 grams of sugar, and 5 grams of protein.)

Strawberry (Nutrition Facts: 190 calories, 4 grams of fat, 2.5 grams of saturated fat, 31 grams of sugar, and 4 grams of protein.)

All flavors have a suggested retail price of $1.

The milkshakes come in three classic flavors: chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla. All will come with whipped topping. A regular size will cost $2.49, while a large will go for $3.49. As for the vanilla soft serve cones and cups, they will sell for 89 cents.

2 thoughts on “NEWS: Burger King Reveals Soft-Serve Desserts and Takes Another Step Closer to Becoming McBurger King

  1. Does this particular reviewer actually try any of the products he/she is posting “reviews” of? I have noticed the reviews are really just product notification, with all the same information available on (usually) the producer’s own website (i.e. caloric info, flavors).

    The other reviews seem to be more informative, with personal reactions and opinions. Much more useful and interesting.

    1. Really?

      Um…

      You do realize that this IS NOT a review post, it’s a news post, right? We tell you it’s a news post in the very first word in the title. I mean, it’s REALLY easy to tell news and reviews apart. If you look at the title of this post it says at the beginning in all caps “NEWS”. When we review a product the title begins with the word “REVIEW”. That’s how you can tell them apart.

      Some of the products we post as news ends up being reviewed, but not everything because there no way we could review everything.

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