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LongHorn’s Flavorful under 500 – Eating Healthier #Giveaway

It is always a struggle for me to find a restaurant to eat at with my family that offers healthy alternatives for weight conscious people.  Fortunately companies like LongHorn Steakhouse have realized that this is important and have created the “Flavorful under 500” menu.

“Flavorful under 500” is a new menu section LongHorn has introduced as part of our ongoing commitment to providing our guests with greater choice and variety. We’re committed to providing our guests with a broadly appealing menu featuring a variety of fresh steak, chicken and fish entrees. Our “Flavorful under 500” entrees include a:

  • ·         7-oz. Flo’s Filet
  • ·         6-oz. or 8-oz. Renegade Sirloin
  • ·         7-oz. LongHorn Salmon
  • ·         8-oz. Grilled Fresh Rainbow Trout
  • ·         6-oz. Sierra Chicken

All entrees are paired with steamed vegetables or green beans and a side salad, and the complete meal is less than 500 calories. (Paired with steamed vegetables or green beans only at lunch.)

I recently went to our local LongHorn and ordered the 7 oz. Flo’s Filet and it was great.  I also got green beans and a side salad.  It was a nice change to eat out with my family and not beat myself up over how bad my meal might be for me.  I didn’t feel hungry afterwards (actually I couldn’t eat it all) and I didn’t feel like I was being robbed of a flavorful meal.  I think LongHorn did it right.


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Disclosure:  This post is sponsored by LongHorn and I was given the chance to try their new menu in exchange for my honest opinion.  


  1. Ashley Hughes says

    I would eat the 6-oz. Renegade Sirloin w/steamed veggies! Sounds good to me actually.

  2. Sirloin and veggies are perfect, I think its a healthy meal, but the problem I don’t know how to cook this, maybe I would really thank you if you give me a brief recipe about this that I can follow, for me to cook this in my family.

  3. Mary Ambrosino says

    I pick the 8 oz Renegade Sirloin with a salad. Yum…

  4. Sharon Rooney says

    Wow, I would choose the 7-oz. Flo’s with green beans . I love when restaurants offer the lower calorie meals.

  5. Jennifer Williams says

    I’d try the Flo’s Filet.

  6. I would get the Sierra Chicken

  7. I would get the salmon.
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  8. Janice Cooper says

    I would choose the 6-oz. Sierra Chicken 🙂

  9. Jennifer Marie says

    I would get the 6-oz. Sierra Chicken

  10. i would choose the salmon! love salmon

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  12. I’d try the Flo’s Filet.

  13. I’d love to try their Sierra Chicken!

  14. The Renegade Sirloin!

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  15. The 6-oz. Sierra Chicken sounds great

  16. Would love to try the Sierra chicken.

  17. 8-oz. Grilled Fresh Rainbow Trout sounds yummy!

  18. I would try the 7oz Flos Filet

  19. I’d choose the 7-oz. Flo’s Filet ヅ *Thanks* for the giveaway!

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  21. Hi! 🙂 It’s been a little while since I’ve been there, but I typically order the Sierra Chicken – but always with the sweet potato. Boy, do I love that they have that choice there! 🙂


  22. I’d go with the New York Strip steak.

  23. Hands down the grilled trout would win. I love a nice down home meal!

  24. MMM….I think I’d choose the Grilled Salmon Salad!

  25. I’d go with the 6-oz. or 8-oz. Renegade Sirloin.. mmmm

  26. I would get the LongHorn Salmon and green beans!

  27. Ohhh, Renegade Sirloin!

  28. I would get the salmon. We are trying to eat more of it since it is very heart healthy

  29. Jamie Brigham says

    I would choose the BBQ ribs yummy

  30. 6-oz. Sierra Chicken

  31. Gretchen Gerth says

    I would choose Flo’s Filet.

  32. Be careful. I had a really bad experience at our local Longhorn. The trout is listed as being cooked with basil, parsley and extra virgin olive oil but it came to the table covered in butter! I was told “Next time ask for no butter” but no where on the menu is butter listed as a trout topping. Crazy. They say it’s still 380 calories but for those of us watching our cholesterol and weight that butter is not good. Remember to ask for no butter!