Power Up Your Next Shake Shack Burger With Avocado and an ‘Avocardio’ Workout


Shake Shack has launched an avocado add-on for its burgers, in addition to limited-edition avocado creations. Shack fans can now add avocado slices to their favourite burgers or go for the new Avocado Bacon Burger and the Avocado Bacon Chicken Burger, available until end July.

Avocado lovers rejoice!

The Avocado Bacon Burger (S$13.80 single patty, S$17.60 double) is an Angus cheeseburger topped with slices of fresh Hass avocado, Niman Ranch applewood-smoked bacon and the burger chain’s signature creamy and tangy ShackSauce.

The Avocado Bacon Burger.

If you prefer chicken, the Avocado Bacon Chicken Burger (S$13.80) gives you a slab of crispy thigh meat with the avocado and bacon, rounded up with lettuce, pickles and buttermilk herb mayo.

The Avocado Bacon Chicken Burger.

While the ‘good fats’ in avocado sure are a good supplement for that crispy bacon and glorious meat patties, take your healthier choice even further by increasing your veggie intake. Fans of ketogenic diets will be delighted at the no bun option, where you get the works within enveloped in a huge blanket of lettuce that promises to still fill you up. 

Go ahead and feel free, all this lettuce looks extremely healthy!

With or without burger buns, work your own and shake things up with specially designed ‘Avocardio’ sessions that Shake Shack has created in partnership with F45 Singapore. On 20 May and 10 June 2023, join a 45-minute long cardio-HIIT workout at Vivocity at 10am or 11am, and follow it up with an Avocado Bacon meal.

This Avocardio Bundle (S$18) consists of a single Avocado Bacon Burger or Avocado Bacon Chicken Burger, a bottled seasonal lemonade, a spot at one of the four Avocardio Sessions and a limited-edition Shake Shack x F45 T-shirt. It is available for sale now on the HappyPoint App (Google Play/App Store).

The avocado burgers are available islandwide but other menu items may differ among outlets. Visit the Shake Shack website for more details.


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When not checking out new hotels or restaurants, Singapore-based writer Fen spends her time reading obsessively about and travelling to destinations with unpronounceable names. She also can't stop getting sentimental about vanishing trades and documenting them for posterity.

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