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Calories in McDonald's Sugar Free Vanilla Iced Coffee

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author image Ann Jamerson
Ann Jamerson began writing ads and informational brochures for research trials in 2003 during an internship at an alcohol and drug research center. She assisted in writing and editing manuscripts concerning the breast cancer genes and psychosocial effects on affected patients. She received her Bachelor of Science in biology from the University of California, San Diego and is currently attending nursing school.
Calories in McDonald's Sugar Free Vanilla Iced Coffee
Patrons walking into a McDonald's McCafe. Photo Credit Tim Boyle/Getty Images News/Getty Images

McDonald’s McCafe line offers many coffee-based drinks, including cappuccinos, mochas and iced lattes. The addition of sugar-free syrups to its menu allows you to enjoy more diet-friendly beverages, such as its Sugar Free Vanilla Iced Latte, without sacrificing taste.

Calories

McDonald’s Sugar Free Vanilla Iced Latte comes in three sizes. The small 12 oz. latte has 80 calories, the medium 16 oz. latte has 90 calories and the large 22 oz .latte has 110 calories. Most of the lattes’ calories stem from the sugar in the milk.

Nutrition

Each iced latte contains 3 to 6 g total fat, 10 to 15 mg cholesterol, 4 to 8 g sugar and 3 to 6 g protein, depending on the size. The lattes are a good source of calcium, iron and vitamin A.

Tips

The Sugar Free Iced Vanilla Latte is already a better choice over most of the drinks on McDonald’s McCafe menu, but you can cut the fat completely and further reduce the calories by choosing nonfat milk over whole milk, which would allow you to enjoy it on a more regular basis. Unfortunately, McDonald’s does not offer milk alternatives, such as soy milk, for their coffee drinks, so if you are lactose intolerant, these lattes may not be suitable for you.

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