Burger King has a new menu item called Pretzel Bacon King which features a pretzel bun and a unique tangy mustard sauce that pairs amazingly well with the taste of charcoal. The new limited time sandwich is available in single and double varieties, which clock in at 920 and 1240 calories, respectively.
The single Pretzel Bacon King burger consists of a 1/4 lb. flame-grilled patty, smoky bacon, melted cheese, tangy mustard, and creamy mayonnaise. The double Pretzel has all the same ingredients, but it comes with two quarter-pound flame-grilled patties instead of one.
These sandwiches are loaded with sodium and also contain a small amount of trans-fat, so they’re probably aren’t healthy for anyone to consume. For instance, the double pretzel sandwich has 2350 mg of sodium, which is just a bit more than the daily recommended amount. Stay away if you want to maintain good health and fitness.
With that said, let’s take a look at the nutritional facts for the new menu item below.
Burger King Pretzel Bacon King Nutritional Information
A single pretzel burger contains 920 calories, of which 540 are from fat. This means that 59 percent of the calories come from fat, 24 percent from carbs, and 17 percent from protein.
You can see the full nutritional breakdown of BK’s new pretzel sandwich in the table below:
|Calories From Fat||540|
What About The Double?
The Double Pretzel Bacon King has 1240 calories, 756 calories from fat, 84g of fat, 31g of saturated fat, 3.5g of trans fat, 235mg of cholesterol, 2350mg of sodium, 57g of carbs, 2g of fiber, 3g of sugar, and 63g of protein.
Both the single and the double pretzel sandwiches contain the following allergens: