Angus 1/4 LBS Hamburger Calories & Price

Angus 1/4 LBS Hamburger

Angus 1/4 LBS Hamburger

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Angus 1/4 LBS Hamburger

Angus 1/4 LBS Hamburger Calories priced at just US$5.15 and packing a punch of 465 calories, this burger is a carnivore’s dream. You have the option to elevate it with additional toppings like Angus Cheeseburger for +US$0.50 or make it even more tantalizing with Bacon for +US$2.00.

And why not pair it with some scrumptious HASHBROWNS? Adding HASHBROWNS for +US$3.10 is a fantastic choice, and you can even double or triple them for an extra kick of flavor and calories. Customize your HASHBROWNS with a variety of toppings, from the savory Smothered in Onions to the indulgent Country Sausage Gravy. The ANGUS 1/4 LBS HAMBURGER at Waffle House is a mouthwatering experience you won’t want to miss.

Price: US$5.15

Calories 465WeightPercentage
Total Fat33 g51%
Saturated Fat12 g60%
Trans Fat1 g
Cholesterol30 mg10%
Sodium520 mg22%
Total Carbohydrate30 g10%
Dietary Fiber2 g8%
Sugars5 g
Protein11 g

Calorie Burn Time

The exact amount of time it takes to burn off 465 calories from a Waffle House Original Angus Hamburger depends on individual factors, including your weight, age, gender, and fitness level. However, as a general guideline, it would take approximately 50 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise, such as brisk walking or jogging, to burn off 465 calories.

Here are some examples of activities and the approximate time it would take to burn off 465 calories:

  • Brisk walking: 50 minutes
  • Jogging: 37 minutes
  • Biking: 37 minutes
  • Swimming: 40 minutes
  • Dancing: 40 minutes
  • Strength training: 50 minutes

Please keep in mind that these are rough estimates, and individual calorie expenditure may vary.

Angus 1/4 LBS Hamburger Calories Breakdown

  • Fat: 64.4%
  • Protein: 9.5%
  • Carbohydrates: 26.0%
Angus 1/4 LBS Hamburger Calories Breakdown

How many calories are in a hamburger at Waffle House?

A hamburger at Waffle House contains 465 calories.

Are Angus burgers better?

The term “Angus” doesn’t indicate better quality, superior taste, or specific requirements for beef.

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