Can You Order A Burger King Meal That’s Under 1,000 Calories?
Let’s see what happens when you actually have it your way.
FYI: On average, a moderately active person needs about 2,000 to 2,800 calories per day. People who are less active or not active at all need even less — about 1,800 to 2,400 calories, and women tend to need fewer than men. So take this quiz and see how many calories your Burger King order is adding to your daily intake.
All nutrition info was taken from Burger King’s website.
Lemon-Herb Shortbread Cookies
These surprisingly sophisticated cookies are made with less butter than traditional shortbread, and almond flour replaces some of the refined white flour for extra nutrients. Get a head start by making the dough up to a month ahead and freezing it. Serve these cookies on their own, or as part of a pretty post-dinner spread with fruit, nuts, and dark chocolate.
Pear Tarte Tatin
A little indulgence goes a long way in this luscious tarte. Our version has less butter and sugar than usual and instead relies on the pears’ juices to create a mouthwatering caramel sauce. Don’t be tempted to use Bartlett pears in this recipe, but Bosc will do in a pinch. The unsweetened whipped cream is perfect counterpoint to the caramelized fruit.