What’s in a Chipotle Burrito?

Sorta shocking when you think about it.  This is nothing more than a burrito bowl with rice, black beans, fajita veggies, corn & tomato salsa, cheese and lettuce.  Taking out the cheese would lower it to 600 calories, but the rice is the most shocking, as a serving is worth 240 calories.  Frightening!


Chipotle Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 Burrito Bol

Amount Per Serving

Calories 710 Calories from Fat 229
% DV*
Total Fat 26g
Saturated Fat 8g
Cholesterol 30mg
Sodium 2848mg
Total Carbohydrate 97g
Dietary Fiber 12.5g
Sugars 9g
Protein 25g


Vitamin A 76%
Vitamin C 140%
Calcium 27%
Iron 12%

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5 Responses to What’s in a Chipotle Burrito?

  1. sam says:

    yeah, but their burritos are so huge I would hope no one could finish a whole one in one sitting. Break it up into two meals, two hearty meals at that, and it’s really not so bad for you. 400 calorie meals are pretty standard.

    • TwobitMe says:

      It’s true, the burritos are ridiculous; which is why I tend to stick with the burrito bowl. It’s the tortilla in the burrito that actually seems to be the unhealthiest thing.

  2. toni says:

    So there’s not even any meat in this bowl? If you added the barbacoa beef I bet it would put it over 1000.

  3. TwobitMe says:

    Stanley: Yeah, I knew the tortilla was bad news (as were the chips), but it’s the rice that’s the secret calorie attack. I knew it was unhealthy, but man, I never knew it was THAT unhealthy.

  4. stanley davis says:

    seeing this all over the place lately. Chipotle thinks that doing this hormone-free stuff is going to make us think its good for us… adding the tortilla makes it even more crazy.

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