Burger King Menu Prices (Updated: July 2023)

In 1953, Insta-Burger King opened its doors as a fast-food restaurant, and it has since grown into a multi-million dollar business. As of 2012, the business had earned $1.9 billion (rounded) and has constantly been updating its menu over the years.

In keeping with our love for fast food icons, we’ve compiled this menu. It wasn’t an easy task, as Burger King’s menu has included some epic items over the years, but the old standbys made the cut, and we were able to narrow it down.

It’s not just the rarest items that made a list, either. There are a lot of burgers on the menu list to choose from. Although you wouldn’t expect sourdough bread to be served at Burger King, it is, and it’s delicious.

There are times when a regular bun won’t do, and that’s when sourdough bread really shines. The Grilled Chicken Sandwich had to be included in this list. We decided to include it because it’s one of the best grilled chicken options available at other fast-food chains.

For those looking for a more nutritious meal alternative, grilled chicken is a safe bet, especially for those who are hungry. For those of you with a sweet tooth, we’ve included this little treat in our list of recommendations.

Although this cheesecake isn’t exactly what you’ll find at your local bakery, it’s a solid offering from a fast-food chain nonetheless. Try it, and if you don’t like it, then just go with what Dom says.

Then there’s this: Adding Oreos to the mix only enhances this dessert’s enchantment. So without looking any further, let us dive into the most complete and detailed burger king menu prices of 2023.

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Burger King Menu Prices In 2023

Flame Grilled Burgers

Foods Prices
Double BK Stacker $ 4.39
Triple BK Stacker $ 5.39
Quad BK Stacker $ 6.39
Whopper $ 7.99
Double Whopper $ 9.19
Triple Whopper $ 10.09
Bacon King $ 9.29
Single Impossible King $ 8.99
Impossible Whopper $ 8.49
Whopper Jr. $ 4.19
Big King $ 5.99
Single Quarter Pound King $ 8.39
Double Cheeseburger $ 2.99
Cheeseburger $ 1.99
Bacon Cheeseburger $ 2.39
Bacon Double Cheeseburger $ 4.39
Rodeo Burger $ 1.99
Hamburger $ 1.29
Texas Double Whopper $ 10.29

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Chicken & More

Foods Prices
BK Royal Crispy Chicken $ 6.09
Spicy BK Royal Crispy Chicken $ 6.09
Bacon & Swiss BK Royal Crispy Chicken $ 6.79
Original Chicken Sandwich $ 6.79
Chicken Fries $ 4.99
16 Pcs Chicken Nuggets $ 4.98
8 Pcs Chicken Nuggets $ 2.49
4 Pcs Chicken Nuggets $ 1.49
Big Fish $ 7.39
Chicken Jr. $ 1.99
Tacos $ 3.49


Foods Prices
Classic Fries $ 3.79
Onion Rings $ 3.79
Mozzarella Sticks $ 2.09
MOTTS Applesauce $ 2.29

Drinks & Coffee

Foods Prices
Coca-Cola $ 3.19
Diet Coke $ 3.19
Coca-Cola Zero Sugar $ 3.19
Bottled Nestle Pure Life Purified Water $ 2.19
5Sweetened Iced Tea $ 3.19
Unsweetened Iced Tea $ 3.19
Sprite $ 3.19
Sprite Zero $ 3.19
Barq’s $ 3.19
Diet Barq’s $ 3.19
Dr. Pepper $ 3.19
Mello Yello $ 3.19
Powerade Zero $ 3.19
HI-C Fruit Punch $ 3.19
Capri Sun Apple Juice $ 1.99
Frozen Coke $ 1.00
Frozen Fanta Wild Cherry $ 1.00
Frozen Fanta Blue Raspberry $ 1.00
BK Cafe $ 1.99
BK Cafe Decaf $ 1.99
BK Cafe Iced Coffee $ 2.99
Fat-Free Milk $ 2.59
Simply Orange Juice $ 2.59

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Foods Prices
Hershey’s Sundae Pie $ 3.29
OREO Cookie Shake $ 4.99
Chocolate OREO Cookie Shake $ 4.99
Chocolate Shake $ 4.79
Vanilla Shake $ 4.79
Strawberry Shake $ 4.79
Soft Serve Cup $ 2.79
Soft Serve Cone $ 2.79
2 Chocolate Chip Cookies $ 1.00

King Jr.

Foods Prices
Cheeseburger King Jr. Meal $ 4.99
4 Pcs. Chicken Nuggets King Jr. Meal $ 4.99
6 Pieces Chicken Nuggets King Jr. Meal $ 5.59
Hamburger King Jr. Meal $ 4.99


Foods Prices
Double BK Stacker $ 4.39
Triple BK Stacker $ 5.39
Quad BK Stacker $ 6.39
American Original Chicken Sandwich $ 5.29
Italian Original Chicken Sandwich $ 5.29
Mexican Original Chicken Sandwich $ 5.29
Your Way Meal (Whopper Jr., Chicken Jr., or Bacon Cheeseburger) $ 6.00
Mix n’ Match $ 7.00
Mix n’ Match Meals $ 12.00

Breakfast Kids’ Meal

Foods Prices
Maple Flavor Oatmeal, Milk & Apple Slices $ 4.49

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Breakfast Value

Foods Prices
Sausage Burrito $ 1.19
Sausage Biscuit $ 1.00
Sausage & Cheese Muffin Sandwich $ 1.19
French Toast Sticks (3 Pieces) $ 1.00
Milk (Fat-Free Or Low Fat Chocolate) $ 1.49
Hash Browns (Small) $ 1.00
Hash Browns (Medium) $ 1.69
Hash Browns (Large) $ 1.89
Pancakes $ 2.29

Breakfast Oatmeal

Foods Prices
Fruit Topped Maple Flavor $ 1.99
Original $ 1.99

Breakfast Platters

Foods Prices
Pancake & Sausage Platter $ 3.69

Breakfast Combo Meals With Prices ( Meal Includes Small Hash Brown and Small Coffee, Any meal can be upgraded to medium for $ 0.69 and to large for $ 1)

Foods Prices
Croissan’wich with Egg & Cheese with Sausage, Bacon, or Ham $ 4.79
Biscuit Sandwich with Egg & Cheese with Sausage, Bacon, or Ham $ 4.79
French Toast Sticks (5 pieces) $ 1.99
Maple Flavor Oatmeal $ 3.99
Impossible Croissan’wich Meal $ 6.89
Impossible Biscuit Meal $ 6.89
Egg-enormous Burrito Meal $ 6.39
2 Breakfast Burrito Jr. Meal $ 5.49
Bacon, Sausage, Egg & Cheese Biscuit $ 5.59

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Burger King History

Burger King Menu Prices History

In 1953, Keith J. Kramer and his stepfather, Matthew Burns, founded Insta-Burger King in Jacksonville, Florida, which was renamed Burger King in 1965.

The Insta-Broiler, a burger-cooking device, was at the heart of their first locations, which were designed around it. As the company grew through franchising, it made it a requirement for all of its franchises to carry the device as well.

Meanwhile, two friends from Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration named James McLamore, and David R. Edgerton were looking for a way to start their own business.

McLamore visited Dick, and Mac McDonald’s original burger stand in San Bernardino, California, and decided to open a similar operation based on their groundbreaking assembly line-based manufacturing systems.

At 3090 NW 36th Street in Miami, on December 4, 1954, McLamore and Edgerton opened their first Insta-Burger King under the license they had obtained. It wasn’t long before the duo had locations all over the Miami-Dade area, and business was booming.

Due to beef patties’ drippings, the collaborators discovered that the heating elements of their instant-broiler units were susceptible to degradation. Finally, the two came up with the idea of creating a gas grill that would cook meat patties in a different way, thus avoiding the issues.

Using a chain-link conveyor system and a set of heating elements, the new flame broiler cooking appliance moved patties vertically over a flame, imparting grill lines to the patties usually generated on a charcoal grill.

They were so pleased with the new unit’s performance that they decided to swap out all of their old Insta-Broilers for it.

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