Friday, May 13, 2011

25 Meals at Chipotle Under 600 Calories

I'm re-publishing this post.  I don't know what happened that it got deleted.  Here goes another shot.  I love Chipotle, but if I were to order whatever I want in my burrito it would be 800 to 1,000 calories.  Luckily I have taken the time to research 25 meal options that fall under 600 calories.  Enjoy!




Burrito Tortilla (no rice or beans)    290
Barbacoa 4 oz.    170
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    575
   
   
   
Burrito Tortilla (no rice or beans)    290
Chicken 4 oz.    190
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    595
   
   
   
Burrito Tortilla (no rice or beans)    290
Carnitas 4 oz.    190
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    595
   
   
   
Burrito Tortilla (no rice or beans)    290
Steak 4 oz.    190
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    595
   
   
   
Burrito Tortilla (vegetarian, no rice)    290
Black Beans 4 oz.    120
Fajita Vegetables 2.5 oz.    20
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    550
   
   
   
Burrito Tortilla (vegetarian, no rice)    290
Pinto Beans 4 oz.    120
Fajita Vegetables 2.5 oz.    20
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    550
   
   
   
Burrito Tortilla (vegetarian, no beans)    290
Cilantro-Lime Rice 3 oz.    130
Fajita Vegetables 2.5 oz.    20
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    560
   
   
   
Barbacoa Bowl (no beans)    170
Cilantro-Lime Rice 3 oz.    130
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    535
   
   

Barbacoa Bowl (no rice)    170
Black Beans or Pinto Beans    120
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    530
   
   
   
Chicken Bowl (no beans)    190
Cilantro-Lime Rice 3 oz.    130
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    555
   
   
   
Chicken bowl (no rice)    190
Black Beans or Pinto Beans    120
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    550
   
   
   
Carnitas Bowl (no beans)    190
Cilantro-Lime Rice 3 oz.    130
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    555
   
   
   
Carnitas Bowl (no rice)    190
Black Beans or Pinto Beans    120
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    550
   
   
   
Steak Bowl (no beans)    190
Cilantro-Lime Rice 3 oz.    130
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    555
   
   
   
Steak Bowl (no rice)    190
Black Beans or Pinto Beans    120
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    550
   
   
   
Vegetarian Bowl   
Black Beans or Pinto Beans    120
Cilantro-Lime Rice 3 oz.    130
Fajita Vegetables 2.5 oz.    20
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    510
   
   
   
Vegetarian Bowl (no cheese or sour cream)   
Black Beans or Pinto Beans    120
Cilantro-Lime Rice 3 oz.    130
Fajita Vegetables 2.5 oz.    20
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Corn Salsa 3.5 oz.    80
Gaucamole 3.5 oz.    150
Total Calories    520
   
   
   
Vegetarian Bowl (no rice)   
Black Beans or Pinto Beans    120
Fajita Vegetables 2.5 oz.    20
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Corn Salsa 3.5 oz.    80
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Sour Cream    120
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    460
   
   
   
Vegetarian Bowl (no beans)   
Cilantro-Lime Rice 3 oz.    130
Fajita Vegetables 2.5 oz.    20
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Gaucamole 3.5 oz.    150
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    420
   
   
   
3 Crispy Tacos    180
Barbacoa 4 oz.    170
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Romaine Lettuce 1 oz.    5
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    470
   
   
   
3 Crispy Tacos    180
Chicken 4 oz.    190
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Romaine Lettuce 1 oz.    5
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    490
   
   
   
3 Crispy Tacos    180
Carnitas 4 oz.    190
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Romaine Lettuce 1 oz.    5
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    490
   
   
   
3 Crispy Tacos    180
Steak 4 oz.    190
Green Tomatillo Salsa 2 oz.    15
Cheese 1 oz.    100
Romaine Lettuce 1 oz.    5
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    490
   
   
   
3 Crispy Tacos (vegetarian, no rice)    180
Black Beans or Pinto Beans    120
Fajita Vegetables 2.5 oz.    20
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Gaucamole 3.5 oz.    150
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    490
   
   
   
   
3 Crispy Tacos (vegetarian, no beans)    180
Cilantro-Lime Rice 3 oz.    130
Fajita Vegetables 2.5 oz.    20
Tomato Salsa 3.5 oz.    20
Gaucamole 3.5 oz.    150
Water or Iced Tea    0
Total Calories    500

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  3. this is so great, thanks so much! I love Chipotle, but avoid because of high calorie counts. This is fantastic information for those days when I just can't resist. Now splurges can be designed not to derail the day. Are the volumes above (for the bowls) the full size serving at the restaurant? I'm wondering if I can 1/2 the calories by only eating 1/2 the meal - they are huge servings anyway!

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    1. Thank you so much! The volumes are for the full size bowls. You can definitely cut the calories by eating half the meal. You can also ask them to go easy on high calorie ingredients.

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    2. I ordered the chicken tacos with tomato salsa and cheese. Then added red onions when I got home. They were amazing!

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  7. I always get a vegan bowl since I can't have dairy products and don't eat chicken, pork, or beef (what makes me not vegan is my consumption of fish and eggs). One thing that this post is missing is the difference between white and brown rice (I get brown indefinitely), and the difference between black and pinto beans. They are NOT the same--pinto beans are cooked with bacon and therefore will have a much higher calorie count.

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    1. Thank you for your comment. I wrote this blog post almost two years ago. At that time Chipotle wasn't offering brown rice yet. I'm glad that is now an option. It is 10 calories less per 4 oz. serving than the white rice. Also, it was shortly after this post that it came to public awareness that there is pork fat in the pinto beans. Nevertheless the nutrition facts on the Chipotle website still estimate the pinto and black beans to be the same amount of calories per 4 oz. serving. Thank you for your comment.

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