Whataburger Chicken Strips, officially known as Whatachick’n Strips, is a popular menu item that features three breaded 100 percent chicken breast strips. They’re perfectly seasoned and taste great. But the big question is: Do they make you fat? Let’s dive into their nutrition to find out.
The chain’s famous chicken strips have 530 calories, of which 250 are from fat and 170 from carbs.
Whatachick’n Strips are also available as part of the chain’s Whatameal, which includes Texas toast, medium fries, and a medium drink.
On the other hand, the Whatameal with lower calorie sides—680 calories only—comes with a side of apple slices, unsweetened iced tea, and cream gravy.
Whataburger Whatachick’n Strips Calories and Nutrition
Three Whatachick’n Strips have 530 calories. Forty-seven percent of those calories are from fat, 32% percent are from carbs, and the remaining 21 percent come from protein.
The table below features more nutritional details. And below that you will find suggestions of the exercise it would take to burn off those calories.
|Whatachick'n Strips Nutrition|
|Calories From Fat||250|
You’d need to run approximately 55 minutes at a 12 minute mile pace to burn off those 530 calories. You can also opt for cycling for about 75 minutes or just walk for about 55 minutes to get rid of those calories. Keep in mind that the level of activity required will vary depending on several factors such as weight, age, and height.
What about the Whatachick’n Strips Whatameal?
The chicken strips Whatameal has 1450 calories, 450 calories from fat, 51 grams of fat, 1950 milligrams of sodium, 222 grams of carbs, 6 grams of fiber, 111 grams of sugar, and 33 grams of protein.
The Whatachick’n Strips Whatameal with lower calorie sides has 280 calories, 260 calories from fat, 29 grams of fat, 1620 mg of sodium, 73 grams of carbs, 3 grams of fiber, 9 grams of sugar, and 29 grams of protein.
Whataburger Chicken Strips contain the following known allergens:
Ingredients and Allergen Information via: Whataburger.com.