McDonald’s rolls out low-carb breakfast bowls in California

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McDonald's is testing two different low-carb breakfast bowls in 800 restaurants in Los Angeles and San Diego.

McDonald’s is rolling out a low-cal menu for SoCal, featuring Tex-Mex-style breakfast bowls and Chobani parfaits.

Starting this week, McDonald’s is testing two different low-carb breakfast bowls in 800 restaurants in Los Angeles and San Diego.

The egg white and turkey sausage bowl with spinach and kale has 250 calories and 27 grams of protein. The scrambled egg and chorizo bowl with a hash brown, salsa and Pico de Gallo has 460 calories and 26 grams of protein. They each cost $4.39.

McDonald’s is also incorporating Chobani Greek Yogurt into its Fruit N’ Yogurt Parfaits. The Chobani parfaits are 110 calories, compared to the non-Chobani parfaits, which are 150.

McDonald’s is also using Chobani in its McCafe smoothies, which are flavored with mango pineapple and strawberry banana.