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McPlant at McDonald’s UK – Real Vegan Burger




1798 kJ / 429 kcal

McDonald’s McPlant is a mouthwatering and luscious burger that was introduced by McDonald’s in January 2023 to support veganism. This burger features a sesame seed bun stacked with a specially prepared, juicy plant-based patty co-developed with Beyond Meat®, vegan sandwich sauce, mustard and ketchup, onion, tomato slices, pickles, and a vegan alternative to cheese. 

This specially prepared vegan-certified burger is a treat for vegans, and its fame has been increasing day by day since its launch. Like other burgers on McDonald’s Menu UK, this burger is also available as a meal option, where you can choose from two different serving sizes. This burger is no doubt a great option for those who want to avoid meat in their meals without compromising on taste. 

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McPlant Medium Meal Price


McPlant Large Meal Price



Seasame Bun

Sesame topped bun
164 kcal

McPlant Patty

Plant Based Patty
160 kcal

Tomatto Slice

Tomato Slice
3 kcal

Mild Cheddar Cheese

Vegan Cheese Alternative 36 kcal

Lettuce and Onions

Iceberg Lettuce & Onion 6 kcal

Pickle Slices

Pickle Slice

0 kcal

Salsa Dip

Tomato Ketchup

19 kcal

Vegan Mustard

Vegan & Mustard Sauce 39 kcal

Allergens In McPlant

While eating this burger you should be aware of allergens in it. This is recommended because indigestion of any of these could cause serious allergic reactions. Following are allergens present in it:



Nutrition Information of McPlant

Energy (kJ)

1798 21% RI

Energy (kcal)

429 21% RI

Fat (g)

20 – 29% RI

Fibre (g)


Carbohydrates (g)

40 – 16% RI

Protein (g)

19 – 37% RI

Comparison Between McPlant and Vegetable Deluxe

We have provided a brief comparison between these two delicious burgers offered on McDonald’s UK Vegan and Vegetarian menu but ultimately the choice depends on your personal preferences, mood and overall flavour profile of each burger.

DescriptionMcPlantVegetable Deluxe
Patty CompositionPlant Based Vegan Patty that gives a taste like beef petty but it is Specially prepared with pea protein, rice, potato and beet. Red pesto veggie goujons, patty made with mix vegetables like corn, carrots, peas, and red bell peppers, offer a distinct taste and feel.
Calories1798 kJ / 429 kcal1515 kJ / 361 kcal
Suitable forVegans and VegetariansInitially it was for Vegetarians but now Accredited as Vegan as per McDonald’s.
Taste & FeelJuicy and Meat like taste with heavily loaded vegetables and sauces that gives taste like other traditional McDonald’s Burgers with Beef Patty.More crispier and spicier with distinct taste of Red pesto veggie goujons in crispy coating.
AvailabilityAlways AvailableAlways Available
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Our Review Of McDonald’s McPlant

McPlant has taken the fast food market by storm, and after reading reviews on different forums regarding this famous, delicious and unique burger, I also decided to indulge in this flavorful vegan burger. When I received my meal, from the very first bite, I felt the distinct taste of a juicy patty mixed with fresh vegetables, and the addition of sauces like vegan sandwich, mustard, and ketchup further enhanced the taste of this classic burger. 

This burger surely did justice to its fame and price tag, and with a combination of crispy McDonald’s fries and a Coca-Cola drink, it became more satisfying and delicious. Overall, 5 out of 5 stars from me for this exceptional burger by McDonald’s UK.

Frequently Asked Questions

McPlant Burger is made of a special plant-based patty prepared in collaboration with Beyond Meat. It is prepared with a blend of pea protein, beef, potatoes, and rice to give it a taste like beef. It is a certified vegan product, as no animal product is used in its preparation. 

Although it is plant-based, it is a fast food, and it should be consumed in moderation with a balanced diet. Burgers, fries, and soda combinations are not healthy if consumed excessively. 

All ingredients in this burger are plant-based, and all of them are considered Halal. However, the risk of cross-contamination remains, although some sources claim that it is cooked in completely separate utensils. 

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