The Power Bowl is a low-carb option on the Taco Bell menu that has 500 calories and is also a good source of protein and fiber. This menu item also comes in a vegetarian version which contains even fewer calories, but that has considerably more carbs, not to mention less protein.
Taco Bell’s Power Menu Bowl includes common ingredients such as chicken, cheese, black beans, seasoned rice, reduced-fat sour cream, guacamole, pico de gallo, and avocado Ranch sauce.
The Power Veggie Bowl, on the other hand, comes with all the same ingredients, minus the chicken. However, even though it doesn’t have chicken in it, the Power Veggie Bowl is not a vegan dish because it contains cheese.
But you can omit the cheese and the chicken on either versions to make it vegan. And you can also omit the rice and the beans to reduce the overall calories of your meal.
Taco Bell Power Menu Bowl Calories and Nutritional Information
This menu item contains 500 calories, 180 calories of which come from fat. So 36 percent of the total calories come from fat, 43 percent from carbs, and 21 percent from protein.
You can see the full nutritional breakdown of a Power Menu Bowl in the table below:
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Veggie Bowl Nutritional Information
The Veggie Power Menu Bowl has 480 calories, 170 calories of which come from fat. So 35 percent of the total calories come from fat, while 54 percent come from carbs, and the remaining 11 percent come from protein.
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Power Menu Bowl without Rice and Beans
The Power Bowl without the rice and beans has 250 calories, 140 calories from fat, 15 grams of fat, 5 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 70 mg of cholesterol, 750 mg of sodium, 8 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of fiber, 2 grams of sugar, and 21 grams of protein.
You can make it even lighter and healthier by eliminating the Avocado Ranch Sauce and the guacamole which combined add up to 85 calories.
The Power Menu Bowl at Taco Bell contains the following known allergens: