What's the healthiest thing to eat at Tim Hortons?
You can always look for substitutes like mustard instead of mayonnaise, but if that's too much work, here are the 13 healthiest items at Tim Hortons.
What is the best thing to order at Tim Hortons?
The next time you're craving an Iced Capp, add one of the best Tim Hortons menu items to your order.
What kind of cookies do they have at Tim Hortons?
What are Tim Hortons sugar cookies filled with?
Review: Tim Hortons Sugar Cookie Filled Cookies
This is a sugar cookie with white icing filling and snowflake sprinkles on top. via
Does Tim Hortons have a secret menu?
There are a few Tim Hortons secret menu items out there that can make your coffee run just different enough without being too crazy. There are ways to make a drink more interesting, and even methods that can create something entirely new out of some of the old Tim Hortons favourites. via
What is the best drink at Tim Hortons?
These ones sound the most delicious.
What is the most popular food item at Tim Hortons?
Most Popular Items at Tim Hortons
What is the most popular donut at Tim Hortons?
Sour Cream Glazed
Props to the chefs who found a way to make a cultured cream product work well in a donut. This morsel has a melt-in-your-mouth quality that other donuts wish they could achieve, making it the top donut on our Tim Hortons ranking. via
Which Tim Hortons donut has the least calories?
At the low end of the calorie count are three 200-calorie varieties: the Chocolate Dip Donut and the Maple Dip Donut, both at 4g protein and 34g carbs, and the Strawberry Filled Donut, which has 5g protein and 34g carbs. via
Does Tim Hortons have oatmeal raisin cookies?
There are 210 calories in a Oatmeal Raisin Spice Cookie from Tim Hortons. Most of those calories come from fat (34%) and carbohydrates (60%). via
Does Tim Hortons have sugar free syrups?
Tim Horton's has a sugar-free hazelnut syrup that puts all sugar-free syrups to complete and utter SHAME. via
Does Tim Hortons bake their donuts?
Tim Hortons bakes its doughnuts in a factory in Brantford, Ont., flash freezes them and ships them to its 3,600 restaurants, which finish the baking process using in-store ovens. At stake is Tim Hortons' "par-bake" system for making its doughnuts, Timbits, pastries and breads. via