Shake Shack fries are the best, but they contain a lot of calories, fat, and carbs. If you’re counting calories or trying to lose weight, skip the french fries, or at least share them with a friend if you must have them.
The New York City-based restaurant chain offers a variety of fries, such as regular fries, cheese fries, and Big Bob’s cheese fries, among other deliciously fried items.
Even though there’s only one size of fries, nutritional values vary based on each individual recipe.
As a rule of thumb, fries with bacon and cheese contain more calories than those that don’t. So if you’re trying to cut calories for weight loss avoid Bacon Cheese Fries and Double Down Fries at all costs.
Double Down Fries have a whopping 1910 calories, 117 grams of fat, 4020 milligrams of sodium, and 164 grams of carbs. The nutritional numbers are quite high with this one. I think they’re insane, actually.
Regular fries, on the other hand, contain fewer calories. With 470 calories, 22 grams of fat, 740 milligrams of sodium, and 63 grams of carbohydrate, they’re the “healthiest” fries on the chain’s menu.
Don’t get me wrong though, I’m not saying they’re healthy. I’m just making a point that regular fries are the least unhealthy option on the menu.
Below are the nutrition facts for all Shake Shack fries including fan-favorites such as the chain’s famous Cheese fries and Double Down fries.
Shake Shack Fries Nutrition
The table below features all currently available french fry offerings at Shake Shack.
If Shake Shack introduces new french fry varieties, we will add them here as soon as they’re included on the menu.
|Calories From Fat
|Bacon Cheese Fries
|Double Down Fries
|Big Bob's Cheese Fries
Also, in case you were wondering, Shake Shack fries are not gluten free. So there’s that.
Nutrition Info Source: Shake Shack