In a breakdown of the nutritional information for the Starbucks breakfast sandwiches by PopSugar, it is clear that some of these choices are much healthier than others. The sandwich with the least amount of calories and sodium by far is the Reduced-Fat Turkey Bacon and Egg White Sandwich .
Healthier Drinks to Order at Starbucks Teavana Shaken Ice Passion Tango Tea. Ask for the unsweetened version of this fruity drink. Iced Coffee . You can’t go wrong with this favorite drink. Very Berry Hibiscus Refreshers. Orange Mango Smoothie . Classic Chai Tea Latte. Brewed Coffee. Skinny Vanilla Latte. Red Eye.
Starbucks breakfast sandwiches are a convenient and much healthier option than sugary refined carb-based options like muffins, croissants, and bagels you find at Starbucks .
Healthiest and unhealthiest breakfast sandwiches Starbucks. Healthiest: Spinach and Feta Wrap. McDonald’s. Healthiest: Egg White Delight. Au Bon Pain. Healthiest: Egg Whites and Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich. Arby’s. Healthiest: Ham and Swiss Croissant . Burger King. Healthiest: Breakfast Muffin Sandwich with Egg and Cheese. Subway. Healthiest: Egg White and Cheese 3-Inch Flatbread.
10 Low-Calorie Starbucks Drinks Black Hot Coffee or Iced Coffee. Start simple. Caffé Americano. If you need your espresso fix, an Americano is the way to go. Cappuccino. Nitro Cold Brew with Sweet Cream. Iced Blonde Flat White. Iced Latte Macchiato. Iced Blonde Vanilla Bean Coconut Latte. Shaken Iced Green Tea.
Served in a nifty little package containing two mini-muffin shaped pieces, the Egg Bites make good on Starbucks ‘ promise of a “velvety texture” that’s “bursting with flavor.” The rich, creamy egg is offset beautifully by the salty, nutty gruyere and the thin slices of applewood smoked draped across the top.
If you love flavored coffee but not sugar, your best bet is an Iced Skinny Flavored Latte which is made with espresso, nonfat milk, the sugar-free syrup of your choice and ice for only 80 calories in 16 ounces. Make sure to ask your barista which sugar-free syrups are available, sometimes flavors are retired and added.
Most handcrafted espresso and Frappuccino® blended beverages can be requested “light” or “ skinny ,” made with sugar-free syrup, nonfat milk and without whipped cream.
A less-sweet take on our beloved Classic Chai Tea Latte . Black tea –infused with cinnamon, clove and other warming spices–is steamed with milk and sweetened with liquid cane sugar.
Best of all for Starbucks fans are breakfast sandwiches (who doesn’t love a breakfast sandwich ?!). There’s also a spinach, feta, and egg white wrap, as well as a bacon, gouda, and egg sandwich that looks delicious (seen in the Instagram above).
According to Starbucks ‘ nutritional information, its bacon, gouda and egg breakfast sandwich uses a frittata egg patty that contains soybean oil and water, as well as unmodified corn starch, xanthan gum, citric acid and powdered cellulose. Today, Panera’s breakfast sandwiches use only 100% freshly cracked eggs .
The savory Impossible™ Sausage Made from Plants combined with a cage-free fried egg and aged cheddar cheese on an artisanal sesame ciabatta bread . It’s everything you love about a classic sausage breakfast sandwich but now with plant-based sausage .
Despite them being chock-full of potassium, fibre and magnesium, bananas aren’t a great option for the first meal of the day. The reason? They are made up of a whopping 25 per cent natural sugar, which will deliver a sugar rush leading to a crash a few hours on.
7 healthier fast-food drive-thru breakfasts to try now Egg White Grill, $3, Chick-fil-A. Steel Cut Oatmeal with Strawberries and Pecans, $5, Panera Bread . Sous Vide Egg Bites: Egg White & Red Pepper, $5, Starbucks. Chia Booth Smoothie, $5, Tropical Smoothie Café Egg White Veggie Sandwich, $5, Dunkin’ Donuts.
As part of its One You campaign, PHE recommends adults aim for a 400- 600 – 600 diet, meaning we consume no more than 400 calories for breakfast and 600 calories for lunch and dinner. The remaining recommended daily calorie intake (2,000 for women and 2,500 for men) can be taken up by snacks.