Burger King will be adding three new menu items to the kids’ menu and value menu in a test spanning 180 locations in the US. All three items will use the plant-based burger patty from Impossible Foods, the same patty used to make the Impossible Whopper that launched in August.

The new items include the Impossible Whopper Jr., Impossible Burger, and Impossible Cheeseburger. In addition to the meatless kids’ menu option, the Impossible Burger and Cheeseburger are value menu options that will be cheaper than the Impossible Whopper. The Impossible Whopper Jr. will be the first time a fast food location has put a plant-based item on the kids’ menu.

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These cheaper options will increase the accessibility of the plant-based menu items and perhaps make people more likely to try them, and that is certainly what the company wants. The Impossible Whopper increased Burger Kings sales by 5% and increased traffic to the stores. They will surely be hoping for the same results with the release of even more Impossible Foods menu items.

Plant-based fast food is most certainly on the rise, with more and more restaurants adding vegan or vegetarian convenience foods to their menus. Most recently, coffee chain Dunkin’ expanded their meatless Beyond Sausage sandwich nationwide, and KFC tested plant-based chicken also from Beyond Meat. What meatless fast food will come next?

Make your own vegan burgers at home!

If you aren’t able to stop by a Burger King to try the Impossible Foods burgers, just make some burgers at home! There are a ton of different directions a meatless burger can take. Whether you prefer a healthier veggie burger or an indulgent and greasy copycat, you can customize it to your liking at home. These are a few delicious recipes for vegan burgers, and you can find these and many more on the Food Monster App!

1. Jalapeño Mac and Cheese Burger with Shiitake Bacon

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If you love a little fire, something with a wow factor that’s guaranteed to be a hit with everyone, meet the Jalapeño Mac and Cheese Burger With Shiitake Bacon by Gabrielle St. Claire. These awesome sandwiches are a foodie dream come true. It has multiple flavor dimensions — salty, savory, spicy, and cheesy — and if you want to add a little sweetness into the mix, add a drizzle of maple syrup to the Shiitake bacon marinade.

2. Pumpkin Veggie Burgers

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These Pumpkin Veggie Burgers by Agnes Potier-Murphy are nourishing and out of this world delicious. They are super simple to make and only take a few ingredients: squash, onion, beans, oats, chickpea flour, soy protein, garlic, salt, and pepper. So simple! The squash and onion create a very sweet flavor and the texture is close to perfect. If you don’t like crumbly burgers that never seem to hold together or require oodles of oil to stop them sticking to the pan, then these pumpkin veggie burgers are for you. They’ll keep you full and satisfied!

3. Beer Cheese Black Bean Burger

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If you love dense, flavorful meals that don’t disappoint, you have to try this homemade Beer Cheese Black Bean Burger by Gabrielle St. Claire. The burgers are made from seasoned black beans, mushrooms, and plenty of herbs; they’re topped with creamy beer cheese sauce, plus crunchy onion rings. While the ingredients to this homemade black bean burger are varied, the steps are easy-peasy. It’s the ultimate comfort meal. You’ll feel like you’re at the pub without even having to leave the comfort of your home!

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