Whataburger secret menu items include some of the greatest offerings not printed on the Whataburger menu. While far from the variety offered by rival chain In-N-Out Burger, the Whataburger secret menu items go well beyond the basic burgers and fries. Not only does the chain have their own special secret beverages, but they also serve breakfast, opening up the possibilities for a bunch of secret menu items. Add in seasonal sandwiches and burgers and you get even more ingredients, all of which can be added to any burger at any time, all you have to do is ask.What is on the Whataburger secret menu? A variety of special burgers, secret drinks and tasty Whataburger options await you in the Whataburger secret options. Not very impressed with the Whataburger secret menu? I suggest taking a look at the Olive Garden hidden menu or even the Red Lobster off menu items.}T
Compared to other burger joints, Whataburger is pretty cool about allowing custom burger orders. Quite simply, if you order it, they will make it. In addition to allowing any combination of regular toppings like cheese, ketchup, mustard, pickles, onions, lettuce and tomato, the vast majority of Whataburger locations will allow burgers to include any of their other items on hand.
The sky is the limit on this one, allowing for all types of interesting burger combinations to be created on demand.
Featuring the trademark green color similar to the Incredible Hulk, this secret Whataburger beverage is such a hit that it has its own Facebook fan page. The Whataburger Hulk is created by filling a cup of ice 1/8-to-1/4 full with Powerade and adding Vault soda until full. Though this can technically be made anywhere Powerade and Vault are both available, good luck ordering this by name at other fast food restaurants other than Whataburger.
In case you were wondering, yes, it turns your tongue green.
So you came to a burger joint, but you really don't want a burger? No worries as the Whataburger grilled cheese is not only available, but cheap too. Ask for this secret menu item which includes gooey melted American cheese in between two slices of toast. The best part is the price, which only includes the toast and the cheese.
Clearly this should be on the regular menu, but until then, it's only one question away.
Any restaurant can create a veggie burger by simply omitting the beef from a regular burger, but the Whataburger special menu takes the meatless treats to a whole 'nother level. Rather than leaving a big empty space in the middle of the vegetables or using a veggie patty, the Whataburger veggie burger can be ordered with a potato hash brown patty as the meat.
Like other Whataburger sandwiches, your choice of toppings and condiments can be ordered to create this animal-friendly treat.
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