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Taco Bell Supreme Chicken
Burrito Fresco Style

Calories & Nutrition

Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites

Looking to cut the fat and kcals from fast food items?

You can certainly achieve such at  this tasty fast food hot spot by ordering the Fresco Style versions of your favorite entrees.

Slashing Fat Equals Decreased Caloric Values

Take the chicken burrito which is prepared using the lower calorie supreme recipe.

We've shaved almost 100 kcals from this tasty, one-item food just by going Fresco.

In addition, other areas involving the more negative nutritional values are decreased including cholesterol content, sodium (salt) and saturated fat grams.


Taco Bell Burrito Supreme - Chicken



Fat Grams (Total)


Saturated Fat Grams


Trans Fat Grams


Cholesterol Mgs


Sodium Mgs


Carbohydrate Grams


Fiber Grams


Sugar Grams


Protein Grams


Vitamin A

10% DV

Vitamin C

15% DV


 15% DV


 15% DV

Can You Order a Side Kick With Your Meal?

Yes indeed - you most certainly can when you go Fresco Style.

Consider adding a Mexican rice for an additional skinny 120 kcals and while you're at it, order a package of Cinnamon Twists for 170 kcals which you can share with a friend or family member.

You'll want to enjoy water with your meal or a low calorie diet friendly drink to keep the total values in check.

Comparisons to Other Fresco Style Burritos

Take note that chicken isn't the only star on the menu. Other versions that can be ordered include the steak and bean selections.

Oddly enough the steak version contains 10 fewer kcals than the chicken which tells us that either very lean beef is used in the preparation phase or less meat.

Either way, it's a great choice containing only 80 calories from fat and 8 total fat grams, 2.5 of which are in the form of saturated fat.

The bean selection basically mirrors the chicken in nutritional values at 350 kcals and 8 total dietary fat grams.

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