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Calories in Muffins, Bagels, Cinnamon Rolls, and Coffee Cake

Breakfast Baked Goods With the Fewest Calories

Whether you're running late and need a quick eat to go or the cinnamon bun is calling your name from the cafe counter, breakfast indulgences sometimes happen. When they do, it helps to know what exactly is lurking in those tasty-looking baked goods. Check out the nutritional breakdown of popular baked breakfast items below.

Baked Good Calories Total Fat (g) Sat. Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Carbs (g) Fiber (g) Sugars (g) Protein (g)
Plain bagel 260 1 0 460 56 2 5 9
Honey whole wheat bagel 260 3 0 430 49 7 7 12
Everything bagel 270 2 0 620 56 2 5 9
1/2-inch slice banana walnut bread 140 6 2.5 160 20 1 11 3
Cinnamon bun 460 15 9 470 74 2 32 9
1 slice cinnamon raisin bread 80 1.5 0 100 15 0.5 5 2
Danish, cheese 266 15.5 4.8 320 26.4 0.7 4.9 5.7
Danish, raspberry 263 13.1 2 251 33.9 1.3 3.8
English muffin

120 1 0 200 25 1 1 4
Coffee cake 178 5.4 1 236 29.6 0.7 16.5 3.1
Large croissant 272 14.1 7.8 498 30.7 1.7 7.5 5.5
Dunkin' Donuts glazed doughnut 260 14 6 330 31 1 12 3
Dunkin' Donuts chocolate glazed cake doughnut 370 24 11 390 35 1 17 3
Starbucks blueberry muffin 350 12 6 310 55 1 29 6
Starbucks blueberry scone 460 22 12 420 61 2 17 7
Starbucks cranberry orange scone 490 18 9 460 73 2 34 8
Starbucks maple pecan scone 440 18 11 490 59 3 24 8
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Spectra Spectra 5 years
Wow, I'm really glad I don't regularly eat Starbucks' scones. Those are like, a quarter of my daily calorie intake. Back when I was fat, I probably would have thought nothing of eating a scone and drinking one of those 500 calorie latte/mochaccino things.
SFCA SFCA 5 years
I just checked out Starbuck's site for nutrition facts on their pastries. I can't believe that people eat this stuff daily. I like to make my own healthy treats and bring them to work. Every couple of months, I let myself have a chocolate muffin. I'll eat half. Now I make my own healthy version for a special treat. Sometimes, I crave an old fashion glazed donut but am disappointed every time. It's just the childhood memory of it that makes me crave it.
reynolda reynolda 5 years
I love bagels but hate the 300 calorie price... recently I discovered Thomas bagel thins- they have the same bagel consistency and taste, but only 110 calories because they're thin! I don't even find myself missing the "rest" of the bagel in the morning.
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