Dunkin’ Fire Roasted Veggie Bowl

Dunkin’ launches the Fire Roasted Veggie Bowl to give fans a new way to power through their day. The new Fire Roasted Veggie Burrito Bowl, which comes in at 250 calories, arrives alongside the new Chorizo Bowl, and together they join other better-for-you menu items such as the chain’s wildly popular Power Breakfast Sandwich.

The Fire Roasted Veggie Bowl includes eggs, brown rice, fire roasted cauliflower, Monterey Jack cheese, pepper Jack cheese, and a mix of fire-roasted veggies which includes green bell peppers, red bell peppers, onions, corn, and black beans, all drizzled with chipotle sauce.

Dunkin’ wants to make it easy for customers to make choices that are right for them while eating on the go. That’s why they are constantly innovating and adding healthy choices like the Power Breakfast Sandwich which features nutritious ingredients such as a veggie egg white omelet with turkey sausage that comes served on a multigrain bread.

Dunkin’ Donuts Fire Roasted Veggie Bowl Calories and Nutritional Information

The Fire Roasted Veggie Bowl has 250 calories, and 48 percent of those are from fat. Carbohydrates account for 28 percent of the calories, while protein accounts for about 24 percent.

You can see the full nutritional breakdown of the Veggie Bowl in the table below:

Nutrition Facts
Calories From Fat120
Total Fat14g
Saturated Fat6g
Trans Fat0g


The Fire Roasted Veggie Bowl contains the following known allergens:

  • Eggs
  • Milk
  • Wheat

References: DunkinDonuts.com.


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