Wendy's BaconatorVia Wendy'sBurger King's Bacon CheeseburgerVia Burger King
The name says it all: the Baconator is a delicious bomb of flavor and bacon with over 950 calories. The Burger King Bacon Cheeseburger, on the other hand, has 300 calories.
Burger King's Bacon and Cheese Whopper SandwichVia Burger KingCarl's Jr.'s Western Bacon Cheese BurgerVia Carl's Jr.
Burger King's Bacon and Cheese Whopper Sandwich
It has 760 calories, while the Western Bacon Cheese Burger from Carl's Jr. has 750 calories.
McDonald's Big MacVia McDonald'sBurger King's Double Whopper SandwichVia Burger King
Burger King's Double Whopper Sandwich
Don't let yourself be fooled by that extra slice of bread in the Big Mac. The Double Whopper Sandwich has 850 calories. The Big Mac? Only 540.
McDonald's McChickenVia McDonald'sCarl's Jr.'s Big Chicken Fillet SandwichVia Carl's Jr.
Carl's Jr.'s Big Chicken Fillet Sandwich
Carl's Jr.'s Big Chicken Fillet Sandwich has 760 calories, versus the McChicken with 350.
Carl's Jr.'s Famous Star with CheeseVia Carl's Jr.Burger King's Cheeseburger.Via Burger King
The Famous Star with Cheese!
It may look juicier and even a bit healthier, but the truth is that the Famous Star with Cheese has 670 calories, while the Burger King Cheeseburger has 270 calories.
Carl's Jr.'s Super Star with CheeseVia Carl's Jr.Dave's Single from Wendy'sVia Wendy's
Carl's Jr.'s Super Star with Cheese
Those 920 calories definitely make the Super Star the winner. If you're looking for something lighter, the Dave's Single at Wendy's has ~only~ 570 calories.
Wendy's Grilled Chicken SandwichVia Wendy'sWendy's Spicy Chicken SandwichVia Wendy's
The Spicy Chicken Sandwich!
Yep, the Spicy Chicken Sandwich has 510 calories, compared to the Grilled Chicken Sandwich, which has only 360 calories.
Can You Guess Which Fast Food Burger Has The Most Calories?
For you, the thought of whether burgers have more calories or not doesn't matter one drop. In your mind, fast food is synonymous with unhealthy eating. The truth is that, among so many evils, there is always a lesser one ;)
Your nutritional knowledge of burgers is mostly led by intuition rather than fact. For you, if it's fried or if it looks huge, you know that it will have more calories, but now you see that this is not always true. If you want to eat more ~healthily~, it's time to check out the label.
If it's about eating the ~healthier~ burgers, you definitely know your stuff. All those years eating fast food have finally taught you that treating yourself is not always that bad, so long as you pick the healthier option.
This post was translated from Spanish.