KFC Cheetos Sandwich

KFC adds finger lickin’ cheesiness to the menu with its latest limited-time item, the Cheetos Sandwich. It has 560 calories and features a hand-breaded, Extra Crispy, all-white meat chicken breast fillet covered in the chain’s new Special Cheetos Sauce.

The Cheetos Sandwich combines KFC’s finger lickin’ good chicken with the finger lickin’ cheesiness of Cheetos for an explosion of flavor in every bite. It’s essentially the chain’s Crispy Colonel Sandwich served atop a bed of Cheetos and drizzled in Cheetos Sauce.

The new sandwich is delicious but loaded with calories and fat grams. This item’s 33 grams of fat use up about 54 percent of your daily fat allowance. It also has plenty of carbs and sodium, but more on that below.

KFC’s Cheetos Sandwich can be made healthier by omitting the bread and the crunchy Cheetos, of course. I’m usually not a big fan of sandwiches without bread, but it may be a good option for some, especially those counting carbs.

Apart from the chicken breast fillet and the enriched unbleached flour, this menu item also contains high fructose corn syrup and soybean oil, among other ingredients.

KFC Cheetos Sandwich Calories and Nutritional Information

A sandwich contains 560 calories, 53 percent of which come from fat. Carbs, on the other hand, account for 30 percent of the calories, while protein accounts for approximately 17 percent.

You can see the full nutritional breakdown of a KFC Cheetos Sandwich in the table below:

Nutrition Facts
Calories From Fat297
Total Fat33g
Saturated Fat5g
Trans Fat0g

How long you have to exercise to burn off the calories in the Cheetos Sandwich?

  • Run for 45 minutes at a 10-minute mile pace.
  • Jump rope for about 45 minutes at a moderate pace.
  • Do an hour of high-impact aerobics to get that 500-calorie burn.


The KFC Cheetos Sandwich contains the following allergens:

  • Milk
  • Wheat
  • Gluten

References: KFC.com.


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