New Homestyle Cheeseburger from Burger King

Don’t get too excited over the word “new” here, but here’s a look at Burger King’s Homestyle Cheeseburger.  It’s basically a standard BK cheeseburger with a 1/4 lb beef patty… the same used in the Whopper sandwich.  So if you’re not a fan of tomatoes, lettuce, mayo, and white onions, the Homestyle Cheeseburger is probably a good call.  Burger King Homestyle CheeseburgerThe Homestyle Cheeseburger features American cheese, pickles, yellow mustard and ketchup on a sesame seed bun.  Nutrition-wise you’re looking at 550 calories, 27 grams of fat, 12 grams of saturated fat, 1140 milligrams of sodium, 95 milligrams of cholesterol, 10 grams of sugar, and 30 grams of protein.

11 comments on “New Homestyle Cheeseburger from Burger King

  1. MP says:

    What makes it homestyle? How much?

  2. AlexG says:

    Finally, Burger King focusing on it’s core food product instead of thinking about kooky food creations from it’s Frankenstien Food Lab. Way to go BK, you eliminated the worst ingredient you had, Lettuce and a lesser degree mayo. Great job!! I might even give up my five year ban of eating at BK.. (in the U.S.A only as I ate a Doublecheeseburger in a BK in the Philippines and it was pretty good) because you sucked so bad that I couldn’t get that awful chemical induced(?) barbeque flavor from my memory.

  3. holly says:

    Holy Batman! That is so innovative! Mind Blown!

    • Bubbsy says:

      It’s pretty clear that they’re not trying to innovate with this product, but rather return to basics.

      • holly says:

        it’s pretty clear that you don’t understand sarcasm 😉

        • stilletkniv says:

          It’s clear that *you* don’t understand sarcasm. It would have been an effective eye-roll if their intent was to be innovative, that would be sarcasm. All your “sarcasm” pointed out was that they weren’t innovative, which they obviously were not trying to be. You pretty much suck at sarcasm.

  4. Robert says:

    If I’m gonna get a burger with the boring toppings (american cheese, ketchup, mustard), honestly the McDonalds double cheeseburger is hard to beat. I just prefer the kind topped with veggies and mayo — and BK’s mayo (which is waaay fattier than McD’s or Wendy’s mayo) is about the only thing they have going for them now that they only grill their burgers, like, twice a day.

    • MP says:

      Gotta love your “boring toppings”, because iceberg lettuce and unripe tomatoes are the toppings that give you tingles running up your legs from how they transform a burger to pure unbridled excitement-in-a-bun.

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