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How Many Calories Are in a Dunkin' Donuts Vanilla Chai?

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How Many Calories Are in a Dunkin' Donuts Vanilla Chai?
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Dunkin Donuts is known for their donuts and coffee-based beverages. While they are not necessarily the healthiest restaurant around, some items on their menu are more diet-friendly than others. Surprisingly, the Vanilla Chai has more calories than a glazed donut.

Calories

According to the official Dunkin Donuts website, the average 14 oz.cup of Vanilla Chai contains 330 calories. Seventy of these calories are from fat.

Ingredients

The Dunkin Donuts Vanilla Chai is a spicy chai tea infused with vanilla. It's ingredients include skim milk, vanilla chai powder, coconut oil and sweet cream powder. Many people add sugar, cinnamon or honey to their beverage, which adds to its total caloric value.

Other Facts

The Dunkin Donuts website reports that nutritionally the Vanilla Chai contains 53 g of carbohydrates, 45 g of sugar and 11 g of protein. There are 8 g of saturated fat per 14 oz. serving, as well as 10 mg of cholesterol, but only a single gram of fiber.

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