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Nutrition Facts for Waffle House Restaurant

written by: Melinda F. • edited by: Leigh A. Zaykoski • updated: 9/20/2011

Have a soft spot for breakfast foods but want to still eat healthy? Learn these Waffle House nutrition facts to choose smart options.

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    Mr. Forkner and Mr. Rogers continue to make sure Waffle Houses are up to quality standards. There are currently more than 1,500 Waffle House restaurants in 25 different states across the country that are both company and franchisee owned. One of the unique things about Waffle House diners is that they are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

    Some of the top-selling menu items at Waffle House restaurants include Bert’s Chili and Lib’s Patty melt, though they have completed more egg orders than anything else. Hashbrowns are a customer favorite too and Waffle House serves them eight different ways.

    Waffle House does not have an official nutrition guide available online at their business website or in their restaurants, but they want consumers to know that they use the brands we know and love to prepare their foods.

    Also, all foods are made to order. The only real secrets they have lie in their waffle batter, which is actually made using White Lily flour, and Bert’s Chili.

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    Some of the brands they serve include:

    • Coca Cola soft drinks
    • Minute Maid Orange Juice
    • Sara Lee ham & desserts (including pies)
    • Smithfield bacon & pork chops: Two slices of the maple flavored bacon have 80 calories, 6 grams of fat and 270 mg of sodium. Three ounces of the smoked pork chops have 100 calories, 820 mg of sodium and 4 grams of fat.
    • Jimmy Dean Sausage: The original Jimmy Dean pork sausage links contain 260 calories, 24 grams of total fat and 710 mg of sodium per 3 link serving.
    • Lee & Perrins Steak Sauce
    • Heinz sauces

    Thanks to calorie counting websites like MyFitnessPal and The Daily Plate, a few of the Waffle House food items are listed online with their individual nutrition facts included.

    The Waffle House waffle contains 314 calories, 12.4 grams of fat, 45 grams of carbohydrates and 6 grams of protein in 114 grams, which is the serving size.

    One small bowl of the Waffle House grits contains 200 calories, 5 grams of fat, 51.9 grams of carbohydrates and 6 grams of protein.

    The sugar-free syrup that Waffle House restaurants serve with their food contains 35 calories, 0 grams of fat and 9 grams of carbohydrates in a ¼ cup serving.

    A plate of 2 eggs, hashbrowns and buttered toast from the Waffle House contains 770 calories, 35 grams of fat and 50 grams of carbohydrates.

    Waffle House restaurants serve many different types of food and their waffles are just one of them. Another special perk of Waffle House is that they serve breakfast all day so one doesn’t have to wake up early in the morning in hopes of making it in time to order breakfast. If you're interested in learning even more about Waffle House food establishments, feel free to visit their website at http://www.wafflehouse.com.


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