McDonald’s Vanilla Ice Cream Cone just got healthier. This classic fan favorite now features reduced fat ice cream and contains fewer calories than the original recipe.
The Vanilla Cone features a sweet, creamy vanilla soft serve served in a crispy cone. The treat has a total of 200 calories, most of which come from carbs.
There’s also a smaller version available aimed at kids called the Kiddie Cone. The kids ice cream cone may be the right choice for those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth while maintaining a low calorie intake. It has 77.5% fewer calories and 75% fewer carbs than a regular size ice cream cone.
If you want more ice cream, but without the extra cals and carbs ditch the cone. That’s as healthy as it gets. And it’s probably enough to satisfy your sweet tooth without going overboard. Don’t you think?
Calories in McDonald’s Ice Cream Cone and Nutrition Information
Calorie Break Down: 22.5 percent of the calories are from fat, 64 percent are from carbohydrates, and the rest—22.5 percent—come from protein. You can see more nutritional details about the product in the table below:
|McDonald's Ice Cream Cone Nutrition|
|Calories From Fat||45|
You’d need to run approximately 20 minutes, cycle 30 minutes, or walk 55 minutes to burn those 200 calories.
What about the Kiddie Cone?
The Kiddie Cone has 45 calories, 9 calories from fat, 1 gram of fat, 0.5 grams of saturated fat, 5 mg of cholesterol, 20 mg of sodium, 8 grams of carbs, 6 grams of sugar, and 1 gram of protein.
The McDonald’s Ice Cream Cone contains the following allergens:
Ingredients and Allergen Information via: McDonalds.com.