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Worst Desserts Ever

Wednesday, Aug 19, 2020, 9:55 am

1.Pop Tarts

Pop tarts are another very unhealthy and fattening dessert, that has been marketed as a good breakfast food with "7 vitamins and minerals." They are all sugar and white flour, which turns to sugar in the blood. Horrible to eat as a dessert and even more horrible to eat for breakfast.

2.Rice Cakes With Jelly

Rice cakes had a great run. Everyone thought these bland little treats were a great snack, and even a great dessert. However, while rice cakes don't show any sugar grams or fat grams, the processed rice causes a major spike in your blood sugar, causing your body to store fat, so you may as well just eat a candy bar.

3.Gummy Bears

Gummy bears are all sugar. They are made from sugar, they spike your blood sugar, and the sugar sticks to your teeth. With no nutritional value, and no fiber or fat to slow down the absorption of sugar in your blood, insulin is released at a rapid rate, and fat is stored at your body even quicker.

4.Banana Split

A banana split may seem all american, but it's also all fat. With up to 1000 calories, this banana-rific treat has 40 grams of fat. A heavy dessert that can really push you over the edge of fullness, the bananas, ice cream, whipped cream, and yeah, even the cherry, are all high in sugar, turning to fat faster than you can say "hold the nuts."

5.McFlurry At McDonald's

It's no surprise that the McFlurry tops the list of one of the most worst desserts in the world. McDonald's is known for serving up menu items that are so high in calories and fat, that you take up your whole daily limit of calories in one sitting. The McFlurry has over 700 calories, with 15 grams of fat and 100 grams of sugar.

6.Chocolate Cake

Chocolate cake is a favorite of many and is also a popular item on the menu at most restaurants. However, one slice is a whopping 1000 calories, 50 grams of fat and 100 grams of sugar. This makes it one of the very worst desserts you can eat. It is all around bad for you, from the flour to the sugar to the frosting.

7.Strawberry Shortcake Parfait

This looks like a light dessert, and maybe you think since it has fruit, it may not be so bad, but at 250 calories, 10 grams of fat and 20 grams of sugar, you're wrong. This little treat that is served at some chain restaurants, is one of the worst desserts you can eat.



Two fattening things combined make a doubly fattening dessert. You got the fat from the cheese and the fat in the cakey crust and all the sugar, to make one giant 350 calorie dessert containing 21 grams of fat. Next time you reach for a slice, you may want to double think it if you plan to be wearing a bathing suit anytime soon.

9.Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream

Ben & Jerry's didn't become one of the most popular ice creams for nothing. They are decadent and delicious. Why? Because they are loaded with heavy cream and lots of sugar. With 300 calories and 20 grams of fat, or more, your waistline won't like the results if you indulge in this little treat too often.


10.Carrot Cake

Most people think that if they choose carrot cake for dessert, that they are not doing so bad. Just because there are carrots in the recipe doesn't make it healthy. That's like saying you can pile chocolate and frosting on an apple and think it's good for you. Carrot cake has 16 grams of fat and a whopping 100 grams of sugar per serving.

11.Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich

With up to 500 calories on one ice cream sandwich, it tops the list as one of the worst desserts ever. Add to that the fact that just one sandwich contains 23 grams of fat and 45 grams of sugar, and you just ate one third of your daily allowance of fat in one sitting.


12.Hot Fudge Sundae

A hot fudge sundae, while it tastes great, it is packed with calories, fat and sugar. With an average hot fudge sundae totaling up to 300 calories or more, depending on size, there is typically 40 grams of sugar. Sugar causes the body to store fat, in fact sugar grams cause you to gain weight quicker than fat grams.


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