Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar

Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar Nutrition Facts

920
Calories
46g
Protein
65g
Total Fat
42g
Total Carbs

The Outback Steakhouse Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar contains 920 calories, 46g protein, 42g total carbohydrates and 65g total fat.

Nutrition Facts

Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar

Amount Per Serving
Calories 920Calories from Fat 585
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 65g83%
Saturated Fat 28g140%
Trans Fat 1.5g
Cholesterol 150mg50%
Sodium 1140mg50%
Total Carbs 42g15%
Dietary Fiber 2g7%
Sugars 9g
Protein 46g
Vitamin A %Vitamin C %
Calcium %Iron %

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

Macros Summary

The acceptable macronutrient distribution ranges (AMDR) are 45–65% of your daily calories from carbs, 20–35% from fats and 10–35% from protein.

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About This Restaurant

Name

Outback Steakhouse

US Rank

29

Locations

694

Food Type

Steakhouse

Service Type

Casual Dining

Frequently Asked Questions

How many calories are in the Outback Steakhouse Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar?
There are 920 calories in the Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar
What are the macros for the Outback Steakhouse Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar?
The Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar has 46g protein, 42g carbs and 65g fat. That means 22% of calories come from protein, 46% of calories come from carbs, and 32% of calories come from fat.
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2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. Calorie and nutrient needs will vary depending on person.

Warning: High Sodium intake can increase blood pressure and risk of heart disease and stroke.