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Nutrition Facts

  Serving Size: 1 serving

Amount Per Serving
  Calories 519.6
  Total Fat 12.5 g
      Saturated Fat 5.7 g
      Polyunsaturated Fat 1.3 g
      Monounsaturated Fat 3.9 g
  Cholesterol 24.9 mg
  Sodium 891.9 mg
  Potassium 884.5 mg
  Total Carbohydrate 80.1 g
      Dietary Fiber 16.2 g
      Sugars 1.6 g
  Protein 25.3 g
  Vitamin A 15.0 %
  Vitamin B-12 3.5 %
  Vitamin B-6 13.8 %
  Vitamin C 20.4 %
  Vitamin D 0.0 %
  Vitamin E 2.7 %
  Calcium 30.1 %
  Copper 29.0 %
  Folate 68.4 %
  Iron 30.2 %
  Magnesium 35.4 %
  Manganese 42.3 %
  Niacin 10.4 %
  Pantothenic Acid     7.4 %
  Phosphorus     37.2 %
  Riboflavin 15.1 %
  Selenium 7.5 %
  Thiamin 31.9 %
  Zinc 18.9 %


*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Calories in Black Bean Burrito Bake

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Calories per Ingredient

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Calories per serving of Black Bean Burrito Bake

213 calories of Beans, black, (0.94 cup)

140 calories of Mission Flour Tortillas, Soft Taco, 8 inch, 49g, (1 serving)

53 calories of Monterey Cheese, (0.50 oz)

42 calories of Sour Cream, reduced fat, (0.13 cup)

40 calories of Yellow Sweet Corn, Frozen, (0.25 cup kernels)

18 calories of Salsa, (0.25 cup)

6 calories of Green Chiles (Whole), (1.75 oz)


Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

I used soaked dried black beans to reduce sodium, plain non-fat Greek yogurt instead of sour cream, and corn tortillas instead of flour tortillas. My husband is not a burrito fan, but he loved these! Submitted by:
KOSMOM

(3/15/13)
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High on the calorie, carbs and sodium amount for just one serving. Submitted by:
TBATTEY

(4/29/09)
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Could the calorie count on this recipe be incorrect? If we took the items one at a time (fractioned for servings), I don't think it would come to over 500? Submitted by:
JAZZTHEATRE88

(4/26/09)
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I used dried pressure cooker cooked beans. I ground 1/2 of the corn in a blender to add creaminess without adding dairy (sour cream). I also used homemade salsa and low carb./low calorie tortillas.

I doubt I made it to 500 calories and as much sodium as reported by the recipe. Thanks for posting
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KRIBBY101

(4/26/09)
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I really like the idea of "creamy", but would definitely opt for fresher, lower sodium ingredients. The protein and fiber contents are great! Submitted by:
VERAPAULINE

(4/26/09)
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you could use low fat cheese, sour cream and whole wheat burrito for this and really cut the calories and fat down Submitted by:
PAT1009

(4/26/09)
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This recipe really satisfied my craving for something cheesy & filling without too much fat. I only had Cheddar cheese, so I used that instead of Monterey Jack cheese, and it turned out fine. Submitted by:
WINNIETHETINA

(4/15/09)
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You could use plain nonfat yogurt instead of the sour cream and since the spring is coming you could think about using fresh homemade salsa which would help with the sodium content. Using dried beans would also help the sodim and using whole grain tortillas Submitted by:
ISHIIGIRL

(4/6/09)
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I'm sorry but I doubt turkey has less calories than corn. I mean, I know corn is a little high in calories, but I don't think it's higher than turkey. Submitted by:
KDA1981

(12/1/08)
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Sodium & Calories are too high for 1 burrito. Maybe you could substitute the corn with ground turkey or something (corn has alot of calories), use whole grain tortillas and a lower sodium salsa. Submitted by:
SHERYLN

(12/1/08)
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This recipe sounds sooo delicious & I wish I could eat it. However, it packs a lot of punch with its whopping 891.9 mg of Sodium. Maybe I could eat it if I use home-cooked black beans & substitute lower-sodium Corn tortillas instead of the higher sodium Flour ones and substitute low-sodium cheese! Submitted by:
SPARKLE72023

(12/1/08)
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Just wondering if anyone has any ideas on how to make this a lower fat recipe. Low fat cheese, I guess, but what could I substitute for the sour creme? low fat yogurt? Submitted by:
IMAGIN8

(12/1/08)
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I love this Cooking Light recipe. Even better news is this is showing higher calories than Cooking Light does. Submitted by:
STACEY1VG

(12/30/07)
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