Burger King Creates Angriest Whopper Ever While Starbucks Celebrates Protein

Burger King Creates Angriest Whopper Ever While Starbucks Celebrates Protein
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This time around, Burger King thought it would go ahead and create its most unique whopper creation ever. After all, have you ever seen a burger that can get this mad?


Meet the Angriest Whopper, so full of rage that the bun has become red hot. Burger King said its the angriest burger they have ever made and the company is telling the truth. After all, there is some raging hot sauce baked into the bun itself. That is actually the reason why this whopper’s bread has turned an angry red.

As for the rest of the Angriest Whopper, customers would be happy to know that it features Burger King’s savory flame-grilled beef. It is then piled with slices of thick cut bacon as well as American, cheese, iceberg lettuce, mayonnaise and tomatoes. It doesn’t stop there though. After all, this whopper is angry. So of course, it would be topped with some “spicy angry sauce” along with what Burger King calls “angry onion petals” and a bunch of sliced jalapeños. No doubt about it, this burger packs some serious heat. In case the Angriest Whopper feels too hot, customers can always have it with one of Burger King’s famous shakes or dessert pies.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking to put more protein in your diet, Starbucks may be able to help you. In fact, the famous coffee chain has a variety of protein rich food and beverages that you can readily enjoy. As far as protein rich drinks go, Starbucks offers an Evolution Fresh Protein Power smoothie called Protein Power Berry with strawberries and raspberries.

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At the same time, a protein rich meal can also be had in Starbucks anytime time of day. Choose from the Spinach & Feta Breakfast Wrap; Egg and Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich; Chicken Artichoke Panini; Zesty Chicken & Black Bean Salad Bowl and Protein Bistro Box.

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