Who doesn't love stopping by their favorite fast food chains to see what's new? 2019 is full of new fast food items to satisfy your sweet tooth and curb any craving. From chicken sandwiches to delectable desserts, fast food chains are getting creative with their menus in 2019 and beyond. A few fast food chains are coming up with meat alternatives to support vegan diets.
What are some of the new fast food items coming soon? Beginning in February 2019, McDonald's offers McCafé Donuts Sticks nationally for a limited time. The menu item is topped with cinnamon sugar and is available in orders of six or 12 sticks. Carl's Jr. is offering a plant-based burger in 2019 made from a quarter-pound Beyond patty and topped with American cheese and veggies.
In 2019, Chipotle is making it easy for customers following specific diets by introducing its Lifestyle Bowls including a Paleo Salad Bowl, Keto Salad Bowl for people looking for keto fast food options, Whole30 Salad Bowl, and Double Protein Bowl. Arby's is also introducing new items in 2019 in the form of Beer Can Chicken Sandwiches.
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Beginning in February 2019, McDonald's offered McCafé Donuts Sticks nationally for a limited time. Sold during breakfast hours for $1.69 for six and $3.29 for a dozen.
Donut Sticks: topped with cinnamon sugar and is available in orders of 6 or 12 sticks.
Burger King's new burger for 2019 is the Big King XL. The whole sandwich is 980 calories.
Big King XL: a half-pound flame-grilled beef patty topped with American cheese, sliced onions, pickles, lettuce, and BK's special Stacker sauce. It all comes together on a sesame seed bun.
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Bacon Maple Chicken Sandwich: Croissant bun with a crispy fried chicken patty with maple glaze, topped with Swiss cheese, and applewood smoked bacon.
Burger King is now giving customers the option of a beefless patty with The Impossible Whopper, a plant-based alternative that is meant to simulate the experience of eating beef.
The Impossible Whopper: Will be prepared exactly the same as a traditional whopper only with Impossible's vegetable patty substituted for the beef patty all on a sesame-seed bun.
Customers can expect to pay a little more for the meatless patty option.