In addition to their Fire Roasted Veggie Bowl, Dunkin’ introduces the new Chorizo Burrito Bowl as part of its new Burrito Bowls lineup. And just like the Fire Roasted Veggie Bowl, it delivers a good amount of protein, with one serving containing 19 grams. Also, at just 350 calories, it’s almost guaranteed to fit into a healthy eating plan. The Chorizo Bowl joins other better-for-you options like the previously mentioned Veggie Bowl and the Power Breakfast Sandwich.
Dunkin’s Chorizo Burrito Bowl is made with eggs, diced chorizo, cheddar cheese, Monterey Jack cheese, brown rice, poblano peppers, red bell peppers, red quinoa, and smoky tomato sauce.
Although it has more calories, carbs, and fat than its veggie counterpart, it’s still a good choice as it gives you the energy you need to power through the day.
Dunkin’ Chorizo Burrito Bowl Calories and Nutritional Information
There are 350 calories in a Chorizo Bowl from Dunkin’ Donuts. Approximately 56 percent of those calories come from fat, 22 percent from carbs, and 22 percent from protein.
You can see the full nutritional breakdown of the chain’s latest limited time menu item in the table below:
|Calories From Fat||200|
Eating one Burrito Bowl will provide 20 percent of your daily vitamin A, 45 percent of your daily vitamin C, and 10 percent of your daily Iron needs. Plus, the bowl also provides 20 percent of the Calcium you need to build strong bones.
The Chorizo Burrito Bowl contains two allergens: