Taco Bell adds heat to the menu with its new Steak Reaper Ranch Fries. This 470-calorie item features seasoned fries and seasoned steak, among other ingredients commonly found in Mexican-style fast-food. And if you take a quick look at the nutrition label below, you can see that most of the calories come from fat and carbs, which may or may not be a good thing depending on your own personal needs.
The chain is also offering a new Steak Reaper Ranch Fries Burrito, which is essentially the same thing as the Steak Reaper Ranch Fries Supreme, but rolled up in a flour tortilla. The Burrito has 490 calories and 53 grams of carbs. For comparison’s sake, that’s 20 more calories and nearly 40 percent more carbs than there are in the Steak Reaper Ranch Fries Supreme.
This menu item contains steak, nacho cheese sauce, reduced-fat sour cream, tomatoes, and Taco Bell’s new Reaper Ranch Sauce. Skip the nacho cheese sauce and the Reaper Ranch sauce to reduce your calorie, sodium, and fat intake. You can also skip the sour cream to reduce the fat content even further and add more steak to increase the protein content.
Steak Reaper Ranch Fries Calories and Nutritional Information
There are 470 calories in Taco Bell’s Steak Reaper Ranch Fries. 55 percent of the total calories come from fat, 33 percent from carbohydrates, and 12 percent from protein.
You can check out the full nutritional breakdown of this menu item in the table below:
|Calories From Fat||260|
How Much Exercise To Burn The Steak Reaper Ranch Fries Supreme?
If you weigh 155 lbs., you need to run for about 50 minutes at a 12-minute mile pace, or play basketball for an hour in order to burn off the 470 calories inside the Reaper Ranch Fries.
This menu item contains the following allergens: