McDonald’s large fries are our favorite french fry option on the chain’s menu. They’re big, and just as crunchy, crispy, and delicious as the smaller options.
The chain’s World Famous Fries are available in several sizes. But small and large french fries are the most popular.
Made with Russet Burbank and Shepody potatoes, McDonald’s Fries contain 0 grams of trans fat and 0 milligrams of cholesterol.
However, a large order of french fries contains over 500 calories, and that doesn’t even account for calories coming from ketchup. So don’t munch on them all day. Enjoy them in moderation, or opt for smaller portions.
Despite being the most high-fat and calorie-dense french fry offering on the McDonald’s menu, a large order of the chain’s World Famous Fries is more filling and satisfying than, say, an order of Kids Fries.
McDonald’s Large Fry Calories and Nutrition
An order of large french fries from McDonald’s contains 560 calories. Of those 510 calories, 43 percent are from fat, 51 percent are from carbs, and 6 percent from protein.
Need more detailed information? See the table below:
|McDonald's Large French Fries Nutrition|
|Calories From Fat||220|
McDonald’s French Fries contain the following allergens:
- Potatoes and Vegetable Oil.
- Dextrose and Salt.
- Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (Maintain Color).
- Natural beef flavor features hydrolyzed wheat and milk as starting ingredients.
Allergen and Ingredient Information via: McDonald’s.