TacotimeSoftTacoGroundBeef Nutrition Facts

Calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrate values for TacotimeSoftTacoGroundBeef.


There are 410 calories in TacotimeSoftTacoGroundBeef.


Nutrition Facts
Tacotime Soft Taco Ground Beef
Serving Size:


grams (198 grams)

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 144
Calories 410

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 16 grams

Saturated Fat 6 grams

Trans Fat 0 grams

Cholesterol 45 milligrams

Sodium 960 milligrams

Total Carbohydrates 45 grams

Dietary Fiber 5 grams

Sugars 4 grams
Protein 23 grams
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

How long would it take to burn off 410 KCal?
Walking (3mph) 110 minutes
Running (6mph) 39 minutes
Bicycling (10mph) 57 minutes
Values estimated based on person weighing 140 lbs.

What is a soft taco made of?

In this context, soft tacos are tacos made with wheat flour tortillas and filled with the same ingredients as a hard taco.

What is in a Taco Time soft taco?

So full of fresh ingredients, we have to roll them! A soft flour tortilla filled with your choice of seasoned beef, chicken, or pork carnitas with cheddar cheese, shredded lettuce and fresh diced tomato.

What is a soft taco?

Instead of a tough corn shell, the Soft Taco has a warm, flour tortilla that gently holds the seasoned beef, lettuce and cheese. It’s the kind of taco that will bring flowers to your mom when it’s invited over for dinner.

What is Taco Time meat made of?

Additionally, TacoTime only serves the freshest produce available, real aged cheddar cheese, 100% boneless, skinless all-white meat chicken and top quality lean ground beef that is fresh and never frozen. Real ingredients make better food.

What is the difference between a soft taco and a tortilla?

The key difference between hardshell and softshell taco tortillas beyond the obvious texture differences is their method of preparation. Hardshell tacos are fried corn tortillas shaped to holdtaco fillings, while softshell tacos are simply smaller tortillas similar to those used for burritos and enchiladas.

Are soft tacos healthier than hard?

Burritos, Not Tacos

Hard taco shells are often made by placing a soft shell in a pan of hot oil, and frying it until it hardens. Therefore, by choosing a soft taco shell–otherwise known as a burrito shell–you will be decreasing the amount of fat and calories from the hot oil.

Is a soft taco just a burrito?

For a taco, it can either be a soft or hard corn shell, while a burrito is generally a larger flour tortilla, as corn tortillas tend to fall apart more easily. Tacos also tend to have one type of meat and lighter toppings, while the burrito can hold a large number of vegetables, cheese, beans, etc.

Why are soft tacos better?

The soft shell’s main advantage is the way it skillfully wraps itself around its filling to minimize the loss of ingredients. Assuming that the taco is filled to the brim with meat, lettuce, cheese, salsa and even guacamole, a solid base is necessary for strength.