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Food 34 Low-Calorie Salads You'll Make Over and Over

23:20  27 september  2019
23:20  27 september  2019 Source:   tasteofhome.com

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Name me something that smells better and tastes better than butter and garlic on a stove top. You CAN'T! Unless you named bacon—then OK, maybe you win. Well, Sonic just announced a Jr. Garlic Butter Bacon Burger that combines all these elements...and puts them on top of a cheeseburger. No stove required.

a close up of a sandwich sitting on top of a bun: Sonic is selling a Jr. Garlic Butter Bacon Burger, which is a burger seared in garlic butter, from now until November 3.© Sonic Sonic is selling a Jr. Garlic Butter Bacon Burger, which is a burger seared in garlic butter, from now until November 3.

The Jr. Garlic Butter Bacon Burger takes your typical bacon cheeseburger and sears garlic butter on the patty for a stupidly rich flavor. I mean, come on, it's bacon, burger, cheese, butter, and garlic. There's a lot of savory flavors going on here. It also has mayo and grilled onions on a toasted bakery bun. Oh also there's a side of a tots. I told you—a lot going on!

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The Jr. version will run you $2.99, but if you really wanna get intense, you can also get it in a quarter-pound size Garlic Butter Bacon Burger for $4.79. If you attempt that one, you have my respect!

YouTuber RockerickEats already gave the burger a shot and handed out rave reviews, saying that it tasted pretty intensely of garlic and that though it was a simple concept, it's a burger definitely worth trying because of how well-executed it is.

These burgers are available now at Sonic but you can only get them for a pretty limited time: through November 3. You only have a few weeks to cop garlic and butter and bacon in a burger. Get on it!

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