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You don’t have to be vegan to have a vegan wedding. In fact, in many cases, offering all vegan options means keeping your menu versatile. Almost anyone can eat vegan food: omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans themselves. Going meatless saves you from having to accommodate a variety of dietary restrictions and makes organic and local food sourcing straightforward.

With no meat or dairy, your food will keep for much longer and won’t spoil in the sun. Vegetable ingredients are cheaper, too. Going vegan doesn’t mean sacrificing taste and certainly does not limit the creativity on the menu. Challenge yourself to incorporate as many different fruits, vegetables, and grains as possible. If you can find a vegan caterer, work with him to curate a four-star vegan menu that will have your meat-eating friends clamoring for more.

Tofu
Tofu is one of the most versatile foods on the planet. It takes on the tastes of the foods you cook with so it can complement any dish. If you fry tofu, it gets crispy and firm. If you bake it, tofu hardens and thickens, like pork. It’s a healthy, low-fat protein made from fermented soy. Try fried tofu stuffed with Asian vegetables in Thai peanut sauce, or tofu with quinoa, couscous, and roasted vegetables. Just make sure your tofu is organic!

Great Grains
There are hundreds of hearty grains that complement any vegetable-based dish. Try quinoa, polenta, risotto, or potato galette (potato cake). If you have a favorite meat-based dish, substitute a grain for the meat. Check out the Sacramento Garden Pavillion’s Roasted Vegetable and Polenta Lasagna. If you’re looking for some grain-based appetizers, try tomato risotto cakes, tofu cheese-filled dates wrapped in crispy smoked Portobello bacon, stuffed grape leaves, baba ghanoush with pita bread, or falafel with tahini sauce.

Fabulous Fruits
When you think of fruits, dessert and breakfast may leap immediately to mind, but fruit works fantastically in rich savory dishes, too. Add some locally grown organic apples or strawberries to a classic spinach salad with walnuts. Serve baby greens with candied pecans, stone fruit, and balsamic vinegar. If you’d like a fresh fruity hors d’oeuvre, try delectable fruit skewers grilled to golden perfection.

A Sensational Salad
Salads are such versatile dishes. You can incorporate almost any fresh ingredient into a salad, which means you can focus on what’s available. Try spiced green beans and walnuts with Dijon vinaigrette, vegetable maki and tempura rolls with crisp lettuce, cucumber and tomato salad with basil and thyme, or mesclun greens with sliced nectarines, jicama, pistachios and maple-sherry vinaigrette.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.


The Best Vegan And Vegetarian Options At Major Fast Food Chains

The fake meat duopoly of Impossible and Beyond Meat have invaded the fast food landscape, becoming available at more and more U.S. chains for anyone who wants a cow-free bite at a reasonable price. And if you dig really deep into fast food menus, you can find other creative vegetarian options (a black bean taco from Taco Bell, for instance).

Since fast food restaurants regularly drop and add menu items, it’s tough to keep track of where to find the best stuff. That’s why we’ve compiled the most important plant-based menu items in fast food. These are all the vegetarian eats you need to know about next time you pull up to a drive-thru.

Carl’s Jr.

It’s a darn shame that Carl’s Jr. discontinued its Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger, because it was one of the tastiest Beyond Burgers in the fast food world, thanks to the addition of onion rings and a bold BBQ sauce. But the appearance of the limited-time Beyond Spicy BBQ Cheeseburger in mid-2020 suggests the brand will continue to innovate with fake meat. Until that jalapeno-packed burger shows up again on menus, this twist on the Carl’s Jr. Famous Star with Cheese featuring a Beyond patty instead of a beef one is worth a try. For a true treat, order a side of onion rings and save one or two to throw on top of the burger. It’ll give you a taste of the finest veggie burger the chain has ever served.

Burger King

When the Impossible Whopper debuted at BK in August 2019, it felt like a paradigm shift in fast food, as it was the first Impossible product adopted nationwide by a fast food chain. It was followed by wave after wave of unavoidable commercials , claiming that many burger fans couldn’t tell the difference between this and the cow-filled version. Now? It’s simply part of the menu. And that’s maybe the best thing about this burger: It’s available practically everywhere in America via the drive-thru window of over 7,000 Burger King locations. You don’t have to be a carnivore to find a satisfying burger with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, ketchup, and pickles ― just like people who want an original Whopper.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers

It might seem strange that with two solid fake meat options for fast food restaurants, this Wichita, Kansas-based fast food joint decided to serve a plain old black bean burger. But if you know anything about the Freddy’s brand, it makes perfect sense. The company is a complete throwback, from diner-style design elements to high-quality ingredients and a simple menu based around burgers and custard. A black bean burger is as no-frills (and tasty!) as a veggie burger gets. Like pretty much everything on the Freddy’s menu, this burger delivers, no doubt aided by its pillowy bun, melted cheese and Thousand Island dressing.

White Castle

The best burgers are greater than the sum of their parts, and this was never more true than when White Castle partnered with Impossible and modernized its legendary slider with a meat-free version. It’s not just that the Impossible is smothered in a smoked cheddar that elevates every ingredient it touches. And it’s not just that it’s served on the perfect slider bun that you can greedily consume in a couple large bites, or even the pickles and the grilled onions. It’s the entire package ― all crammed into slider form. And if you’re lucky enough to be near a New Jersey or New York City location, make it even more plant-based with dairy-free cheddar .

Dunkin’

Hmm, where have you seen egg, cheese and sausage on an English muffin before? It’s not a coincidence that this feels similar to a McDonald’s classic, as Dunkin’ has long been in a breakfast war with Mickey D’s. This battle has Dunkin’ offering a meat-free spin on the Sausage McMuffin that has satisfied many fast food breakfast lovers. And here’s a huge bonus for those who like breakfast even when the sun goes down: While the Golden Arches is still unsure if All-Day Breakfast will ever return after cutting it in March 2020, Dunkin’ serves its Beyond Sausage, egg and aged white cheddar every hour the store is open. And this year, the chain expanded its plant-based offerings with the all-new Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich, which features a Morningstar Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet and white cheddar.