Update: We tried it! Click here to read our review.
Burger King’s Impossible Whopper is now available nationwide!
Rejoice, Impossible Foods Inc.! You can share your patty made from plants with the people that patronize Burger King! Although, it’ll be around for a limited time, while supplies last.
The Impossible Whopper features a savory flame-grilled patty made from plants that’s topped with tomatoes, lettuce, pickles, onions, mayonnaise, and ketchup on a sesame seed bun. It has a suggested price of $5.59. The meatless Whopper has 630 calories, 34 grams of fat, 11 grams of saturated fat, 0 gram of trans fat, 10 milligrams of cholesterol, 1080 milligrams of sodium, 58 grams of carbohydrates, 4 grams of fiber, 12 grams of sugar, and 25 grams of protein.
In order to get more people to try the new menu item, and to sell more regular Whoppers, Burger King is offering the Impossible Taste Test promotion exclusively on DoorDash and the BK App until September 1, 2019. Those who purchase it will receive one Impossible Whopper and one original Whopper for $7. To receive the $7 Impossible Taste Test and $0 delivery fee, customers can use the code IMPOSSIBLE when ordering through DoorDash.
If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think of it in the comments.
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9 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Burger King Impossible Whopper”
It is delicious.
This isn’t healthy in the least as it has more fat and salt than an actual real beef burger. Water, Soy Protein Concentrate, Coconut Oil, Sunflower Oil, Natural Flavors, 2% or less of: Potato Protein, Methylcellulose, Yeast Extract, Cultured Dextrose, Food Starch Modified, Soy Leghemoglobin, Salt, Soy Protein Isolate, Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E), Zinc Gluconate, Thiamine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B1), Sodium Ascorbate (Vitamin C), Niacin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Vitamin B12.
In summary, the Impossible Burger is made with lots of soy, oils, and nutrient additives. While it is vegan, it’s certainly no wholesome veggie burger! Calories: 240
Total Fat: 14g
Saturated Fat: 8g
Total Carbohydrates: 9g
Dietary Fiber: 3g now a regular cheese burger stats. Calories: 210
Total Fat: 14g
Saturated Fat: 6g
Total Carbohydrates: 9g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Total Sugars: 0g
Calcium: 0% DV
Potassium: 9% DV
Total Sugars: <1g
Calcium: 15% DV
Potassium: 15% DV The impossible burger is higher in calories, way higher in saturated fat and sodium and not really a veggie burger either.
What is the point? It is just as bad for you as real beef.
worse actually, higher in saturated fat, sodium, and calories.
Some people don’t want to eat meat, for ethical reasons
Thats debatable, the unhealthiness of beef goes beyond simple nutrition facts.
Nobody is going to comment on the taste? Well, I guess I’ll be the first… The “meat” patty I had was kind of dry. I’ve had the Impossible burger patty before and it wasn’t this dry. I guess it has something to do with the process of preparing it for volume sales. Tasting the patty alone, it seemed a little bland too. Comparing with the Beyond Burger, it tastes like there’s less salt in the Impossible Burger, but at least the condiments make up for it. The texture is about 80 to 90 percent there in terms of being close to actual beef. Halfway through eating the burger, I almost was fooled into thinking that it was a regular beef Whopper.
Thanks for the mini-review. 🙂
Got this in STL during the trial release there- it’s fine. It tastes 85% like beef and topped with cheese even more so.
I don’t think Whoppers are good but I think it’s on par taste wise with one. Excited to see how plant based “meats” expand and hopefully become more affordable. I would love more high protein plant options (just don’t care for cooking meat/ethics of it.)
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