In-n-Out nutrition charts will help you identify which items to avoid, and which to indulge upon. Check out our tables of In-n-Out Burger nutrition info to judge how much fat, protein, sugar, sodium and more is in your meal. It’s important to note that a fast-food burger joint isn’t the prime choice for cutting calories, but the flavor makes up for it.
Either way, check to make sure you know what you’re putting into your body by browsing the facts behind every single In-n-Out item on the menu.
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In-n-Out Burger Calories
|Calories||Fat (g)||Sodium (mg)||Carbs (g)||Sugar (g)||Protein (g)|
|with mustard & ketchup instead of spread||310||10||730||41||10||16|
|Protein ® Style (Bun replaced with Lettuce)||240||17||370||11||7||13|
|with mustard & ketchup instead of spread||400||18||1080||41||10||22|
|with mustard & ketchup instead of spread||590||32||1520||41||10||37|
|Protein ® Style (Bun replaced with Lettuce)||520||39||1160||11||7||33|
|Minute Maid Light Lemonade||8||0||7||1||0||0|
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Burgers can vary in calories from one chain to the next and it’s hard to know what you’re consuming as a customer. Sometimes it’s obvious as it’s all about size, but other times it’s less than obvious. There are patties that have less fat; sauces that are low fat and sauces that are pure fat; and that’s before you even consider the cheese.
A White Castle burger has a tenth of the calories of a Hardee’s burger, for instance. In-n-Out-Burger calories are somewhere in the middle of those. They are a little more than you will find in chains like McDonalds, but they are less than gourmet burger chains like Smashburger and Red Robin. In fact, In-n-Out-Burger calories are along the same lines as Burger King. Similar fat, similar sugar and similar calories on the whole.
You can see these calories on our In-n-Out-Burger nutrition tables, which are listed throughout this In-n-Out-Burger Nutrition Info page.
In-n-Out-Burger French Fries
The In-and-Out-Burger French fries are fresh, hand-cut and prepared in nothing but vegetable oil. They are easily some of the best French fries you will get in any fast food location, so be sure to try them out for yourself. What’s more, because of the lack of hidden ingredients (such as the beef fat used by McDonalds) they should also be vegetarian and vegan friendly.
In-n-Out-Burger Animal Style
When you order something “Animal Style” at In-and-Out-Burger you basically make one hell of a tasty and cheesy mess. If you order a burger done Animal Style then they will add some extra spread, mustard and pickles. If you opt for the Animal Style fries then they will top them with cheese, spread and grilled onions.
We would recommend that you try this at least once, but make sure you’re not wearing your best outfit and that you have a handful of napkins on standby. It will get messy.
In-n-Out-Burger Veggie Burger
A couple of years ago more than 30,000 fans of this chain signed a petition to get them to add a veggie burger to the menu. The In-and-Out-Burger Veggie Burger is still nonexistent even after their efforts, but it could be a matter of time before such a burger is added. Of course, it could not, because it seems like just as many people argued against the inclusion of a In-and-Out-Burger Veggie Burger on this 50+ year old menu.