Burger King combines two fan-favorites for the launch of its newest side option: BK Have-sies.
Specially created to give fans the best of both worlds, BK Have-sies consist of a mix of half Classic Fries and half Onion Rings.
Have-sies are available in value, small, medium and large, with the average calorie count across all sizes being 357.5. Most of those calories come from carbohydrates (57%) and fat (40%).
Burger King Have-sies Nutritional Information
A value-size order of Have-sies contains 220 calories, 100 calories from fat, 10g of fat, 1.5g of saturated fat, 0g of trans fat, 0mg of cholesterol, 400mg of sodium, 31g of carbohydrates, 3g of fiber, 2g of sugar, and 3g of protein.
A small-size order of Have-sies has 320 calories, 126 calories from fat, 14g of fat, 2g of saturated fat, 0g of trans fat, 0mg of cholesterol, 580mg of sodium, 45g of carbohydrates, 4g of fiber, 3g of sugar, and 4g of protein.
A medium-size order of Have-sies contains 380 calories, 153 calories from fat, 17g of fat, 2.5g of saturated fat, 0g of trans fat, 0mg of cholesterol, 690mg of sodium, 54g of carbohydrates, 5g of fiber, 3g of sugar, and 5g of protein.
A large-size order of Have-sies has 510 calories, 198 calories from fat, 22g of fat, 3.5g of saturated fat, 0g of trans fat, 0mg of cholesterol, 910mg of sodium, 71g of carbohydrates, 6g of fiber, 4g of sugar, and 6g of protein.
Burger King Have-sies contain only one common food allergen:
However, it’s worth noting that BK Have-sies are fried in a shared fryer, so they may come in contact with other food products, including other allergens.