Meatless Mondays Are Returning To Starbucks. Here's What We Know

New Year's resolutions are calling, and that means, around the world, billions of people are thinking about what they would like to change or improve about themselves and their lives in 2022. According to Go Skills, some of the most common resolutions for New Year's include more exercise and weight loss, trying to become better organized, saving money, learning a new hobby, traveling more, quitting smoking, or spending time with family and friends.

And while some New Year's resolutions may be great for you, like eating healthier, even the best intentions can be ruined by choosing the wrong foods (like when people try to cut out carbs or fat altogether). Leave it to Starbucks to help with these resolutions in more ways than one. Not only did they recently release Zero Creamer, a zero-added-sugar coffee creamer perfect for health-conscious fans, but they are following that up with another resolution-friendly deal designed for those inclined to take up Meatless Mondays (or full-time vegan diets) in 2022.

Starbucks has an Impossible-y good deal for Meatless Monday resolutions

As early as March 2020, Starbucks released a well-rounded vegetarian food menu, including Kale and Portobello Sous Vide Egg Bites; an Impossible Breakfast Sandwich; a Spinach, Feta, & Egg White Wrap; Egg White & Red Pepper Sous Vide Egg Bites; and a Beyond Meat, Cheddar, and Egg Sandwich — just to name a few.

And this year, the popular café chain is bringing the items back with a special deal attached. According to a press release shared with Mashed, in honor of Meatless Monday resolutions, Starbucks is offering $2 off the Impossible Breakfast Sandwich at participating stores in the U.S. for each Monday in the month of January, while supplies last. The deal can be redeemed in-store and through the Starbucks app, and, unlike last year, UberEats customers can get in on the action too with Starbucks Delivery. 

According to a description in the release, the sandwich includes "Impossible plant-based sausage combined with a cage-free fried egg and aged cheddar cheese on an artisanal sesame ciabatta bun." And, with "more than half of young Americans (aged 24-39)" calling themselves flexitarian now (via Plant Based News), this deal is sure to grow in popularity pretty quickly.