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Arby's Calories, Carbs, Fat, Protein
Curly Fries, Jalapeno Bites
Potato Cakes, Sides

Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites

Curly Fries, Potato Cakes & Side Items

Arby's put Curly Fries on the map and yes, they are quite good. The small will cost you about 300 calories while the medium - about one hundred more and the large, about double that of the small.

Go Small When Dieting & Thinking About Ordering Fries

If you enjoy a small Arby's Jr. then you can fit a small order of the Curly Fries onto your meal plate, but do settle for a zero calorie beverage because your meal plate at this point will contain a tab over 500 calories.

Potato Cakes, Good Choice Based on Calories

On the Side Items Menu, the potato cakes (2) appear to be the lowest in calorie content so two of these would be a better choice based on caloric values than the Curly fries - but at times, only a certain food will satisfy.

Jalapeno Bites, Mozzarella Sticks, Dipping Sauces Too High in Fats for a Healthy Diet Plan

Right up there with the fries are the Jalapeno Bites which contain about 70 calories a piece, and they are small, about a bite's worth. That's a lot of fat and calories for one thrilling bite - so you must weigh the facts and choose wisely.

The Mozzarella Sticks are the things that Failed Diets are made of at more than 100 calories per stick. Sheesh - run back to the Arby's Jr. Roast Beef Sandwich; you can enjoy one of these for less calories than two of the Mozzarella Sticks.

 Avoid adding dipping sauces which tend to blow the original calories to the Diet Moon.

Calories, Carbs & Fat Grams in Arby's Curly Fries, Side Items

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