Burger King just released a new burger called Big King XL which features over 1/2 lb of 100 percent pure beef.
According to the hamburger chain, the new sandwich has 175% more beef than McDonald’s wildly popular Big Mac sandwich.
As expected, the burger is heavy on the calories and fat. But it also contains a high amount of protein and about 60 percent of your recommended daily calcium intake.
The Big King XL has a whopping 980 calories, but it’s one of the best tasting burgers around, so it’s definitely worth the extra calories.
Burger King’s new sandwich features two Whopper beef patties, pickles, onions, lettuce, Stacker sauce, and melted cheese all sandwiched between a toasted sesame bun.
Calories in Burger King Big King XL
There are 980 calories in a Big King XL sandwich. Of the 980 calories, 57 percent are from fat, 21 percent are from carbohydrates, and 22 percent are from protein.
You can see the full nutritional breakdown of a Big King XL sandwich from Burger King in the table below:
|Burger King Big King XL Nutrition Facts
|Calories From Fat
The Big King XL contains the following allergens:
Allergen and Nutrition Info via: Burger King.