With just under 200 calories in a full breakfast burrito , you can happily serve one of these along side some salsa, fresh fruit, and maybe a cup of coffee for a filling and guiltless beginning to your day.
|Calories 660||(2762 kJ)|
|Total Carbohydrate||45 g||15%|
|Dietary Fiber||2 g||8%|
310 Cal. The Sausage Burrito is McDonald’s Breakfast Burrito and is loaded with fluffy scrambled egg , pork sausage, melty cheese, green chiles and onion!
I’d eat them every day if it weren’t for the fact that the typical egg, meat, and cheese combo isn’t the healthiest. No, sadly, most breakfast burrito recipes aren’t actually a great way to start your day. All that meat and cheese contains a lot of protein, for sure.
Although this burrito has 800 grams of sodium, it’s a filling, low-calorie option. It ranks at the bottom of our “healthiest” list because of its fat and sodium content. However, if you’re focused on counting calories, this is not a bad choice. Next: A healthier spin on this classic McDonald’s sandwich comes in at No.
A savoury mix of fluffy eggs , green peppers , onions , sausage and processed cheddar cheese all wrapped in a warm whole wheat flour tortilla.
But when wrapped together in a six-inch flour tortilla and topped with sour cream and guacamole, they add up to a ton of calories . Even if you use fresh ingredients and simple cooking preparation, a typical burrito is easily 1,000 calories .
Here are the six healthiest breakfast options, calorically, on the McDonald’s menu. #6 Hotcakes. Calories: 350. Fat: 9 grams. #5 Sausage Burrito . Calories: 300. Fat: 16 grams. #4 Egg McMuffin . Calories: 300. #3 Fruit & Maple Oatmeal . Calories: 290. #2 Egg White Delight . Calories: 250. #1 Fruit ‘n Yogurt Parfait . Calories: 150.
Lowest-Calorie Options on McDonald’s All-Day Breakfast Menu
|Breakfast Item||Calories||Fat (g)|
|Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit||Regular: 450 Large: 530||26 (31)|
|Sausage McMuffin With Egg||470||30|
|Sausage Biscuit With Egg||Regular: 520 Large: 600||35 (41)|
|Hotcakes (with whipped margarine and syrup)||540||12|
A stack of pancakes is high-calorie to start—and “easily soaks up an extra 300 calories’ worth of syrup and butter,” says Stephanie Middleberg, RD, a nutritionist in New York City. You’ll save more than 300 calories by ordering the bacon-and-eggs plate, while benefiting from up to 30 grams of satiating protein.
If you can resist smothering the grits in butter, they are a good choice, with about one-quarter the fat of hash browns and half the calories.
El Monterey XXLarge! This XXL 9-ounce burrito has 640 calories, which is on the higher end of all frozen burrito options. Not to mention, it has an astounding 30 grams of fat with 11 grams of saturated fat. To put it in perspective—that’s nearly half of the daily value of fat for a 2000-calorie diet.