Domino’s is the name of a restaurant chain that specializes in pizza. It also offers a group of pasta dishes called Bread Bowl Pasta. Bread Bowl Pasta meals are generally high in fat, although the exact nutritional information depends on the specific Bread Bowl Pasta dish.
The crust for Domino's Bread Bowl Pasta is essentially a round loaf of bread with a depression in the middle to hold the toppings. Domino's Bread Bowl Pasta is available with several varieties of toppings. For example, the Chicken Carbonara Bread Bowl Pasta has white meat chicken with penne pasta and Alfredo sauce. The additional toppings include bacon, onions and mushrooms.
The nutritional information provided in this article is based on the Chicken Carbonara Bread Bowl Pasta. The serving size is half of the entire dish.
A serving of Domino's Bread Bowl Pasta has 740 calories. This is 37 percent of the daily value (DV) for calories, assuming a diet of 2,000 calories per day.
A serving of Domino's Bread Bowl Pasta contains 28 g of fat, including 27 g of saturated fat and 1 g of trans fat. Each gram of fat provides 9 calories, so a serving has 252 calories from fat.
A serving of Domino's Bread Bowl Pasta contains 28 g of protein. Each gram of protein contains 4 calories, so a serving of Domino’s Bread Bowl Pasta contains 112 calories from protein.
One serving of Domino's Bread Bowl Pasta contains 94 g of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates also provide 4 calories per gram, so a serving of Domino's Bread Bowl Pasta has 376 calories from carbohydrates.
A serving of Domino's Bread Bowl Pasta contains 10 mg of cholesterol, which is 3.3 percent of the DV for cholesterol. A serving also has 1,430 g of sodium, which is 60 percent of the DV for sodium.
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