The McDonald's baked apple pie differs from other apple pie desserts you may have had. The pastry can be hand held and is filled with sliced apples and cinnamon.
An apple pie from McDonald's contains 250 calories, and 110 come from fat. If you eat 2,000 calories a day, the pie represents 12.5 percent of your daily calories.
Each McDonald's apple pie has 13 g of total fat, equal to 19 percent of the maximum recommended intake if you eat a 2,000-calorie diet. The fat includes 7 g of saturated fat but no trans fat or cholesterol.
It may be a sweet indulgence, but the apple pie from McDonald's does contain some sodium. Each pie has 170 mg of sodium, which equals 7 percent of the maximum recommended intake. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends limiting sodium consumption to no more than 2,400 mg a day to help protect against high blood pressure.
As with all sweet treats, the McDonald's apple pie adds to your carbohydrate intake, with 32 g of total carbs per pie. The carb content includes 13 g of sugars and 4 g of dietary fiber.
The apple pie is not a good dietary source for protein, but each pie does contain 2 g of the nutrient.
Vitamins and Minerals
Each apple pie has 25 percent of the recommended daily intake for vitamin C, 6 percent of the recommended intake for iron, 4 percent of the recommended intake for vitamin A and 2 percent of the recommended intake for calcium.