McDonald's?has become the latest fast food company to launch a new vegan option: McVegan nuggets.
The plant-based offering is currently being offered in some of its Norway outlets.
A spokesperson for the global fast food chain confirmed that the vegan nuggets are made with mashed potato, chickpeas, onion, carrots, and corn.
They're then coated in a layer of breadcrumbs and fried until crispy, making them look and feel just like regular chicken nuggets.
It's not the first vegan product on McDonald's ever-expanding menu though.
The fast food company currently offers customers soy-based McVegan burger in Finland and a McFalafel in Sweden.
In January, McDonald's released a vegan-friendly Happy Meal in the UK which includes a Spicy Veggie Wrap made from red pesto, sweetcorn, and breadcrumbs.
The wrap came under scrutiny earlier this year when McDonald's customers across the UK claimed they found chicken inside what they thought was a vegetarian option.
Some people claimed to have been vegetarians their whole lives, and were?distraught?at having felt duped into eating meat.
At the time, McDonald's issued an apology expressing their "disappointment" at any mistakes that might have been made in their kitchens.
"We have a number of procedures in place to avoid inaccurate orders," the company stated.
"After we saw that mistakes were being made, we introduced a number of additional measures in our kitchens and communicated with all stores to reduce inaccuracies quickly and effectively.
"We are disappointed that mistakes are still being made. We never want to disappoint customers, and any inaccuracy is not good enough."
Vegan offerings have surged in popularity in recent years, with Greggs making headlines most recently for the advent of its vegan sausage roll.
Friends have gathered to comfort the distraught parents.