What’s on McDonald’s Bacon Smoked Burgers?

A 100% fresh beef quarter-pound burger is paired with smoked bacon in a new delicious, confident burger.

At participating McDonald’s restaurants across the U.S., fresh beef, cooked to order, is now available on all Quarter Pounder and Signature Crafted Recipe burgers.


The menu of McDonald’s signature handcrafted recipes that emphasize unusual flavor combinations and high-quality ingredients continues to evolve. McDonald’s has added the Bacon Smoked Burger to its list of signature artisan recipes, offering consumers more of the mouthwatering and delicious flavors they love.

The new Bacon Smoked Burger features thick-cut applewood smoked bacon, sweet and smoky bacon onion dressing, crunchy inside fried onion skewers, real white cheddar and a light sweet mustard dressing. When ordering freshly made burgers, customers can choose from a single or double 100% fresh beef quarter pound* patty, which is hotter and juicier**. On grilled artisan rolls, burgers are served. Customers can order bacon-smoked chicken instead of fresh beef patties (Buttermilk Crispy Chicken or Artisan Roast Chicken) if they prefer.

McDonald’s Signature Crafted Recipes is a line of premium recipe flavors that elevate a 100% fresh beef quarter pound* burger.

The transition to the fresh beef quarter-pound* burger is the latest stage in McDonald’s food transformation. It’s also one of the latest customer-focused initiatives in the U.S., following other recent milestones such as All Day Breakfast, a commitment to source only cage-free eggs in the U.S. by 2025, and offering chicken meals made from chicken that haven’t yet used the right pair. Antibiotics are important to human medicine for treatment. ****

McDonald’s 1/4 Pound* Fresh Beef Burgers are made entirely from beef with no fillers, additives or preservatives.

Beginning in early July, Bacon Smokehouse will be available at participating U.S. restaurants nationwide.

*** Fresh Beef Quarter Pounder and Signature Crafted Burgers are available at most adjacent restaurants in the US. Excludes Alaska, Hawaii, and U.S. territories.

****Farmers continue to use ionophores, a class of antibiotics not given to humans, to keep hens healthy.

What’s in a McDonald’s Bacon Burger

Bacon McDouble consists of two 100% pure beef patties, seasoned with salt and pepper, and served with melted American cheese, thick-cut applewood smoked bacon, chopped onions, pickles, ketchup and mustard.

How many calories are in McDonald’s Double Bacon Smoked Burger

Each double bacon-smoked sandwich has 1,130 calories, 27 grams of saturated fat, 64 grams of carbohydrates (due to the white flour “artisan” roll) and 1,920 milligrams of salt. That’s the equivalent of two quarter-pound cheeses at McDonald’s. This does not include chips or drinks.

What’s on the McDonald’s BBQ Bacon Pile

Two delicious 100% Irish beef patties on sesame bread with creamy BBQ sauce, pepper jack cheese, bacon, onion, tomato and lettuce.

Is McDonald’s bacon authentic

Almost all meat in McDonald’s breakfast products is pork, including sausage, Canadian bacon and regular bacon. In fact, steak in Steak, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit is the only non-pork breakfast meat if you can find it in your area.

Does McDonald’s have a bacon burger

Each Quarter Pounder with Cheese Bacon is served with thick-cut Applewood smoked bacon and a quarter pound* of 100% McDonald’s beef cooked to order. This is a piping hot bacon cheeseburger seasoned with salt and pepper and cooked on our flat iron grill.

What is the sauce for BBQ Bacon Stacks

“Made from two 100% juicy British and Irish beef patties, two slices of melted pepper jack cheese and beech smoked bacon, topped with a slice of tomato, lettuce, sliced ‚Äč‚Äčonion and McDonald’s famous BBQ sauce, all served with Artisan buns among sesame seeds.”

Are McDonald’s BBQ Bacon Stacks still around

As part of a menu revamp, McDonald’s is canceling three items, including the BBQ Bacon Stack. As part of the restructuring, the fast-food restaurant also introduced five new products to its summer menu, including a new burger and two McFlurry flavors.

How much does a McDonald’s BBQ Bacon Stacker cost

On paper, it doesn’t seem particularly original or interesting, and when you see two 6:1 beef (stacked) patties, bacon, and fresh tomatoes, you can’t help but think “leftover bacon clubhouse double” .

Tennessee, New York, and Tex Mex Stack(s) were originally introduced for 2016’s Great Tastes of America, and have since appeared frequently in GTA and GTW.

You can customize the BBQ Bacon Stack using the My McDonald’s App, but at the time of this writing, you can only remove ingredients and not add extras.

Of course, the most savvy McDonald’s fans will know BBS since we originally announced its rumored debut on May 24, with further confirmation on June 3 (via Secret Sauce – we love you!)

It’s not a EURO 2020-themed burger (though the bun does look like a football), and it doesn’t appear on any international menus.

The BBQ Bacon Stack seems like a stopgap, made up of leftover ingredients and a fresh but predictable “creamy BBQ sauce”.

The real story here is that the Summer Food Extravaganza is actually split into two parts, the second part kicking off on Wednesday 14th July and will feature McSpicy’s UK debut.

“Spicy and crispy chicken breast patties, served with our standard sandwich sauce and lettuce, and wrapped in sesame buns,” according to the provisional description.

I’m not sure if this is mentioned in the general press release (remember the new burger didn’t get a press release?) But here’s what we’re told…

We’ll discuss McSpicy in depth in an upcoming review, but it’s also available in other countries (either permanently or as a limited-time offer), just “Google” McDonald’s for McSpicy.

As you can see from the bright photos, this appears to be a solid quality build, delivered to me quickly with the amazing Click and Serve options. It happened so fast.

McDonald’s had to solve the problem of consumers driving through the drive-thru, being directed to the parking lot, and then using one of the C&S spaces. Doesn’t that kind of defeat the purpose?

On top of that, 9 times out of 10 they’ll sit there and fill their faces, which others who might want to use the service can’t do because the bay is full.

With a traditional combination of bacon, cheese and salad, you might call it the Generic Takeaway Shop Burger.

I’ll tell you right now, the onions in the burger I had today must be gone because I couldn’t taste them. it’s a pity. I’m glad it wasn’t fresh tomatoes because I’ll never be a fan.

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