KFC Chicken Littles
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KFC Chicken Littles are bite-sized sandwiches that feature the chain’s golden crispy, breaded chicken tenders, pickles and the Colonel’s mayo on a mini hot dog shaped bun with sesame seeds. Chicken Littles may be small in size, but they’re big in flavor. The bun is sweet, but it complements the 100 percent all-white breast meat chicken perfectly. And since you get two mini crispy chicken sandwiches when you order this item, you can always save one for later.

The KFC Chicken Little is 300 calories and has 27 grams of carbs, 15 grams of fat, and 14 grams of protein. However, and unlike the chicken Pot Pie, there’s a lot you can do to reduce the calories per serving.

For example, you can reduce the number of calories in a Chicken Little sandwich by eliminating the Colonel’s mayo, which adds 60 calories, or the bun which contributes 110 calories. You could also leave just one bun. After all, what’s a sandwich without the bread?

Here’s an idea: Pair it with a side of salad or green beans so you save the second sandwich while still feeling satisfied.

In reality, this miniature version of the Colonel’s Crispy Sandwich is low in calories and a good source of protein. To burn off the 300 calories each one of these has, you would need to jog for 30 minutes at a 12-minute-mile pace or jump rope for 20 minutes at a moderate pace.

Calories in KFC Chicken Littles and Nutrition Facts

The Chicken Little has 300 calories. Forty-five percent of those calories are from fat, 36 percent are from carbohydrates, and the remaining 19 percent constitute calories derived from protein.

Check out the Chicken Little’s full nutritional breakdown in the table below:

KFC Chicken Little Nutrition
Calories From Fat135
Total Fat15g
Saturated Fat2.5g
Trans Fat0g


The KFC Chicken Little has the following known allergens:

  • Gluten
  • Eggs
  • Wheat
  • Soy
  • MSG

Ingredients and Allergen Information via: KFC.com.


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