We’re all for the occasional indulgence, but some new items on fast food menus are taking the “junk food” idea to a whole new level—and a downright revolting one, at that. Check out these new concoctions that should never (ever, ever) cross your lips.
Pizza Hut’s Hot Dog Pizza Love pizza? What about hot dogs? How about them together?! We’re sad to say there is such a thing. Pizza Hut restaurants in the United Kingdom recently unveiled a new offering of a “Hot Dog Stuffed Crust” pizza on its delivery menu. Bite into the crust and end up with a mouthful of salty, processed meat along with your mouthful of dough. For now, you won’t be able to get these stateside, but stay tuned. In the meantime, we say: God save the Queen…from a heart attack!
Taco Bell’s Doritos Locos Tacos Loco indeed. Earlier this year, Taco Bell unveiled the Doritos Locos Tacos, which combines their signature Taco Supreme—full of gut-busting ground meat, cheese, and sour cream—with a new shell made from Nacho Cheese Doritos chips. Need we say more?
Burger King’s Bacon Sundae Rumor has it that Burger King is testing potential new menu items. One of them? A bacon-topped vanilla ice-cream sundae. They aren’t nationwide just yet, but one was recently spotted at a Nashville restaurant. Unfortunately, the bacon-overload craze isn’t limited to Burger King: Jack in the Box has a bacon-flavored milkshake that racks up 773 calories, 40 grams of fat, and 75 grams of sugar in just one 16-ounce order.
KFC’s Double Down While it’s smart to avoid white bread, we’re not sure that’s what KFC had in mind when they created the Double Down. This “one-of-a-kind” sandwich swaps bread for two slabs of fried chicken. And it doesn’t stop there: the rest of the sandwich consists of two slices of bacon, Monterey and pepper jack cheese, and some sort of special creamy sauce. It tallies up to 32 grams of fat and 1390 milligrams of sodium per sandwich.
Internet site reference: http://www.prevention.com/food/healthy-eating-tips/4-new-fast-food-items-you-shouldnt-eat