TULSA - Whether it's working late, getting the kids to soccer practice or simply running errands, there's not a lot of time left in your day to prepare dinner for your family.
We recently compared the cost of eating at home to eating at a restaurant, and to no surprise, eating at home was less expensive.
But money isn't the only factor - time spent in the store and then preparing the meal are just as important. And time is sometimes harder to come by than money.
For many, going through a drive-through window at a fast-food restaurant is the best option. But not always the healthiest choice. So, we compiled a list of the nutritional information on the menus of 12 Tulsa area fast food restaurants to help you on-the-go types figure out what your options are when you're racing around all over town.
Click the name of the restaurant for a link to its items' nutritional information. If you're reading this story on your phone, copy and paste the link.
Arby's - http://bit.ly/arbysmenu
Jack in the Box - http://bit.ly/jboxmenu
KFC - http://bit.ly/kfcmenu
Long John Silver's - http://bit.ly/ljsmenu
McDonald's - http://bit.ly/mcdmobilemenu
Pizza Hut - http://bit.ly/pizzahutmenu
Subway - http://bit.ly/submenu
Taco Bell - http://bit.ly/tacobellmenu
Taco Bueno - http://bit.ly/buenomenu
Wendy's - http://bit.ly/wendysmobilemenu
Whataburger - http://bit.ly/whatmenu
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