Made with dehydrated minced onions, Burger King’s Onion Rings only contain 150 calories per serving. But their low-calorie content doesn’t mean they’re actually healthy, it just means they’re smaller than what you’d expect. They weigh 43 grams, so you could eat a bunch of golden, crispy, delicious onion rings without worrying too much about gaining weight.
However, you should keep them to a minimum because they do contain a good amount of fat and carbs. And they’re also high in sodium, which makes the body hold extra water and can increase blood pressure. Plus, as you probably already know, portion control is key.
Unlike most fast-food items, you can’t make Burger King’s Onion Rings healthier with substitutes or by eliminating some ingredients. The only proactive thing you can do is make time to burn those calories at the gym.
For example, you’d only need to run for about 15 minutes at a 12 minute mile pace to burn the 150 calories in an order of Onion Rings.
Burger King Onion Rings Calories and Nutritional Information
Calorie breakdown: 48 percent of the calories come from fat, 50 percent from carbs, and 2 percent from protein.
And now you can take a look at the full nutritional breakdown of this menu item in the table below:
|Calories From Fat||72|
Burger King’s Golden Onion Rings contain the following allergens: