Fast-Food Breakfasts by Caloric Content

Black Forest Ham, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Wrap

Don't be alarmed by the large sums involved. When you realize that a 6-incher can keep you full until supper, suddenly it doesn't seem so horrible.

Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich

The 390 milligrams of salt in this dish makes it less appealing, but the protein content makes it hard to pass up.

Cheesy Toasted Breakfast Burrito

Meatless options such as potatoes (40 calories), cheese (30 calories), and salsa (two packets) might satisfy hunger and help you stick to your diet.

Veggie Delite Wrap

Though unconventional, this vegetarian wrap has less carbohydrates than bread and more fiber (4 grams) than other alternatives.

Veggie Delite Wrap

To increase your fiber intake even further, try swapping the cheese with guacamole.

Rolled and Steel-Cut Oatmeal With Blueberries

And if you cut back on the brown sugar and syrup, this steel-cut version is even healthier, with a greater fiber content and lower glycemia. 

Fruit and Maple Oatmeal 

In general, health-conscious people should avoid McDonald's, but this one menu item could make you reconsider.

Fruit and Maple Oatmeal 

This item has a lot of sugar, but it's also packed with healthy nutrients including fiber, iron, potassium, and protein.

Eggs and Turkey Sausage on Skinny Wheat Bagel 

If you're looking for a hearty meal, go no further than this egg sandwich from Au Bon Pain.

Sausage Burrito 

The fast food chain's trademark breakfast burrito has a decent combination of protein, carbs, and flavor, but it's also heavy in saturated fat and cholesterol.

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