Burger King has a new vegetarian burger on the menu called the Impossible Whopper—630 calories. The Impossible Whopper comes with an Impossible Foods burger patty made from potato protein, soy protein, and coconut oil. In other words, it’s a meatless burger, entirely plant-based, ideal for vegans and vegetarians.
Even though it’s plant-based, it’s not exactly the healthiest choice on the menu. Actually, it has almost the same amount of calories as a regular Whopper. And, it also has 16 percent more carbs than Burger King’s flagship sandwich.
For comparison, the Impossible Whopper has 630 calories and 58 grams of carbs, while the original has 660 calories and 49 grams of carbs. That’s only thirty fewer calories. Probably not enough of a reason for most people to make the switch.
But if you’re just looking for a fast-food vegan option that tastes like real fast food, then this is where it’s at. However, it’s worth noting the Impossible Whopper is lower in cholesterol and does not contain trans fat.
Burger King Impossible Whopper Calories and Nutrition Information
There are 630 calories in one sandwich serving of Burger King Impossible Whopper sandwich.
Forty-nine percent of the calories are from fat, 37% are from carbs, and the rest—14 percent—come from protein sources such as the new plant-based beef patties.
|Impossible Whopper Nutrition|
|Calories From Fat||306|
Potato protein, soy protein (soy leghemoglobin), coconut oil, yeast extract, cultured dextrose, methylcellulose, and food starch modified.
The Impossible Whopper contains the following allergens: