Nutrition facts and Weight Watchers points for Veggie Burger from Red Robin.
Red Robin Veggie Burger Calories
There are 1201 calories in Veggie Burger.
Veggie Burger Nutrition Facts
|Serving Size||1 burger|
|Calories From Fat||783|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
*All percent daily value figures are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Nutritional information source: Red Robin
Red Robin Veggie Burger Allergens
We are working on getting the allergen information for this item.
Red Robin Veggie Burger Ingredients
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Is the veggie burger from Red Robin Good?
Like most other restaurants now a days, one can get any burger with a veggie patty but I found it to be a lot tastier at this restaurant than any other I have been to. My favorite is the Burnin Love. Spicy with a nice roasted jalapeño on the top. Also, their bottomless fries are good.
Is a veggie burger a real burger?
A veggie burger is a burger patty that does not contain meat. These burgers may be made from ingredients like beans, especially soybeans and tofu, nuts, grains, seeds or fungi such as mushrooms or mycoprotein.
Is Impossible burger at Red Robin Good?
The Impossible burger is definitely good: it’s savory, has a good texture, and even has that umami flavor that comes from red meat. I suppose that’s thanks to the heme, which is also what makes the Impossible burger “bleed” when cooked rare.
How many calories are in a Red Robin veggie burger?
|Calories 1200||(5021 kJ)|
|Trans Fat||1 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||71 g||24%|
What is the Red Robin Impossible Burger made of?
The Impossible Burger is made from soy protein concentrate, coconut oil, sunflower oil, potato protein, methylcellulose, yeast extract, salt, gums, and water and additives, including vitamin B12, zinc, vitamin B6, thiamin (B1) and niacin.
What plants are the Impossible Burger made of?
The Impossible Burger uses modified soy and a special ingredient that is derived from a genetically modified plant: the “heme” that makes the burgers “bleed” comes from soybean roots, but Impossible Foods manufactures it from yeast in order to produce the quantities they need.