Banjo’s Bakery Pies, Calorie Ranked!

Banjo’s are famous for their bakery pies so let’s look at the calories in their pie menu. We’ll start with the pie with the least calories and end with the most calorific. We hope you’ll learn two things: 1) bakery pies have lots of calories, and 2) Banjo’s pies range in calorie count from the mid 100s to almost 600. Choose wisely when you pull up at the drive-through or make an impulse pie buy with your coffee order:

Party Pie 151 Calories

Naturally, the smallest pie on this list is the one with the least calories. A Banjo’s Bakery Café Party Pie has 151 calories (630kJ), with 11.9 grams carbohydrates, 9.7g fat, and 4g protein. It is mostly pastry, so you’d do better nutritionally by eating one regular-sized bakery pie than two or three of these party-size pies (same calories, more filling).

Cauliflower Cheese Pie 385 Calories

The Banjo’s Bakery Cauliflower Cheese Pie is the lowest calorie regular-sized pie with 385 calories (1610kJ), including 35.6 grams carbohydrates, 19.8g fat, and 14.6g protein.

Cape Grim Beef & Pepper Pie 418 Calories

This beef and pepper bakery pie is the lowest calorie regular-sized meat-filled pie at Banjo’s. A Banjo’s Bakery Café Cape Grim Beef & Pepper Pie has 418 calories (1750kJ), with 39.7 grams carbohydrates, 22.3g fat, and 14.4g protein.




Cape Grim Beef & Mushroom Pie 425 Calories

Cape Grim is in North-West Tassie and is famous for its grass-fed beef exports. A Banjo’s Bakery Cafe Cape Grim Beef & Mushroom Pie has 425 calories (1780kJ), with 39.2 grams carbohydrates, 23.5g fat, and 13.7g protein.

Egg & Bacon Breakfast Pie 437 Calories

Bakery pie for breakfast? We wouldn’t advise it if you’re trying to stick to a 1500 calorie meal plan, but if you do have one add 437 calories to your calorie tracker. A Banjo’s Bakery Cafe Egg & Bacon Breakfast Pie has 437 calories (1830kJ), with 26.6 grams carbohydrates, 27g fat, and 21g protein.

Curried Chicken Pie 471 Calories

A Banjo’s Bakery Cafe Curried Chicken Pie has 471 calories (1970kJ), with 42.6 grams carbohydrates, 26.6g fat, and 14.7g protein.

Cape Grim Beef, Bacon & Cheese Pie 495 Calories

A Banjo’s Bakery Cafe Cape Grim Beef, Bacon & Cheese Pie has 495 calories (2070kJ), with 40.1 grams carbohydrates, 28g fat, and 20.1g protein.

Potato Pie 502 Calories

A Banjo’s Bakery Cafe Potato Pie has 502 calories (2100kJ), with 42.5 grams carbohydrates, 29.3g fat, and 16.7g protein.




Tasmanian Curried Scallop Pie 502 Calories

Tying with the potato pie, Banjo’s Bakery Cafe Tasmanian Curried Scallop Pie has 502 calories (2100kJ), with 43.9 grams carbohydrates, 27g fat, and 19.8g protein. This one has more protein than the potato pie though.

Banjo’s Bakery Meat Pie 540 Calories

The classic bakery meat pie. Can any other comport food compare to one of these savoury Aussie national treasures? There’s nothing wrong with eating a meat pie now and then, just don’t eat them all the time, and try not to add chips and sugary drinks to the meal! A Banjo’s Bakery Cafe Meat Pie has 540 calories (2260kJ), with 40.4 grams carbohydrates, 34.9g fat, and 16.3g protein.

Chicken Parmi Pie 564 Calories

When we saw this pie, we thought for sure it would be the one with the most calories. Almost, but not quite. A Banjo’s Bakery Cafe Chicken Parmi Pie has 564 calories (2360kJ), with 47.2 grams carbohydrates, 30.6g fat, and 24.3g protein.




Double Cheeseburger Pie 569 Calories

The Banjo’s Bakery pie with the most calories is this hefty Double Cheeseburger Pie. It is literally a double cheeseburger with the bun substituted with pie crust. A Banjo’s Bakery Cafe Double Cheeseburger Pie has 569 calories (2380kJ), with 45.6 grams carbohydrates, 34.8g fat, and 18.9g protein. Best not to make it your regular pie choice for lunch!

The Bakery Pie is a High Calorie Food!

Any which way you slice it, bakery pies are a high calorie food choice. This goes for all but the small “party-sized” pies, not just these pies from Banjo’s! That said, if you are going to eat a full-sized bakery pie, try to avoid the ones with cheese! We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, when you add cheese to food which can do without it, you’re not doing your daily calories target any good!

Looking for other menu choices from Banjo’s? You’ll find them on our Australian Food List. Use the Food Search Box to see results:

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