The Baconator is one of Wendy’s most popular menu items. But it has 950 calories and a whopping 62 grams of fat. So you may want to avoid it entirely if you’re trying to lose weight.
Wendy’s Baconator features never frozen beef and applewood smoked bacon which is cooked in house daily.
This beast of a sandwich comes with two 1/4 lb patties of 100 percent pure beef, six strips of crispy applewood smoked bacon, three slices of cheese, ketchup, and mayo served on a bakery-style bun.
According to the chain’s Chief Concept and Marketing Officer Kurt Kane, Wendy’s is the only fast-food restaurant that “can bring beef and bacon to give burger fans a hamburger that’s actually worthy of the name Baconator,” and we couldn’t agree more.
With that said, let’s take a look at the item’s nutritional info to see what you’ll be getting from your meal.
Calories in Wendy’s Baconator
As mentioned above, this hamburger has 950 calories. Of those 950 calories, 58 percent are from fat, 17 percent are from carbs, and the rest—about 25 percent—come from protein.
You can see the full nutritional breakdown of Wendy’s Baconator sandwich in the table below:
|Wendy's Baconator Nutrition|
|Calories From Fat||560|
Wendy’s Baconator No Bun No Ketchup Nutrition
A Baconator without the bun and without the sauce has 690 calories, 477 calories from fat, 51 grams of fat, 200 milligrams of cholesterol, 1450 milligrams of sodium, 2 grams of carbs, 2 grams of sugar, and 52 grams of protein.
Wendy’s Baconator contains the following allergens:
Allergen and Nutrition Info via: Wendy’s.com.