Applebee's Boneless Buffalo Wings are an appetizer choice at the chain restaurant. They are made of boneless chicken that is lightly breaded and can be served in a variety of ways. The different flavors of Boneless Buffalo Wings consist of classic, hot, honey BBQ, Southern BBQ, or sweet & spicy sauce. For the purpose of this article we will focus on the nutrition facts of the classic Boneless Buffalo Wings.
One serving size of Applebee's Boneless Buffalo Wings yields 1170 calories. A typical serving size will include 8 to 10 pieces of chicken in varying sizes. Assuming a standard diet of 2,000 calories, this appetizer will provide close to 59 percent of the daily recommended calorie intake.
In a single serving of Applebee's Boneless Buffalo Wings there are 69 grams of fat. Of that fat, 16 grams are saturated fat and 1 gram is from trans fat.
The sodium content for the Applebee's Boneless Buffalo Wings sits at 3790 milligrams. This is a high number for just an appetizer and with a 2,000 calorie diet amounts to about 146 percent of the daily recommended sodium intake. Due to this significant source of sodium consumers, especially those with heart or blood pressure problems should be wary of consuming a whole serving.
Applebee's Boneless Buffalo Wings contain 66 grams of carbohydrates. Much of this comes from the breading around the chicken.
A serving of Applebee's Boneless Buffalo Wings will have 6 grams of fiber. Ingesting dietary fiber aids in digestion and with passing food through the body.
Chicken offers a significant source of protein and in one serving of Applebee's Boneless Buffalo Wings there are 70 grams of protein. This will make up 140 percent of the daily recommended protein intake based on a 2,000-calorie diet.