6 Ways to Incorporate the Sonic Slinger Into Your Diet

This burger contains 25-30% mushroom, but is supposedly even more flavorful than a fully beef burger. Here's our tips on the Sonic Slinger!


Well, it looks like sustainability is the best road to flavor after all! Sonic Drive-In has begun launching a brand new burger recipe, the Sonic Slinger, which is 25-30% mushroom and a much lower beef content, which tests show give the burgers far more flavor and a reduction in beef. Here are six ways to incorporate this revolutionary burger into your diet.

  1. 1 On a Bun

    Well, you can never forget the classic burger, stuck right in between two round pieces of bread. Cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions, ketchup, mustard, relish, bacon, a fried egg, an entire ham, all the works. The bun is always a good option to store this healthy, sustainable patty.

  2. 2 On a Pizza

    Who needs pepperoni when you can crumble an entire burger on your pizza? If there’s anything better than a meaty pizza pie, it’s a pizza pie with the Sonic Slinger on it! Get one today!

  3. 3 In a Salad

    Who said salad needs to be just vegetables? With a Sonic Slinger, your salad will go from a bore to an I want more. Lettuce, tomato, cucumber, burger, and balsamic? Talk about flavor!

  4. 4 In a Milkshake

    Can you spell Y-U-M? Mix up that milkshake with a little Sonic Slinger and you’ll get the most gourmet treat you’ve ever had! Nothing goes together better than sweet and savory, am I right? Milkshake and Sonic Slinger, you might just be the next chicken and waffles.

  5. 5 Blended And Poured Into an Iced Caramel Latte

    Keeping with the sweet and savory trend, this new recipe might be a new big hit! After you get your iced caramel latte from the coffee shop of your choice, don’t forget to dump in your Sonic Slinger for the ultimate burst of flavor. It’s meat, it’s coffee, it’s mushroom, it’s DELICIOUS!

  6. 6 Stuffed Inside a Mushroom

    Nothing goes better with a 25-30% mushroom burger than an entire mushroom! This combo is honestly too good to be true. For an extra flavor boost, consider sprinkling some smaller mushrooms on top to really drive the dish home.

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Ethan Brown

Ethan is a recent graduate of Boston University from Bethel, Connecticut with a dual degree in Environmental Analysis & Policy and Film & Television.


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