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Weekend Fun: What Would The Holidays Be Without… Burger King?

burgerking suicide-thumb-450x347Burger King addicts, rejoice?

Erik Trinidad, creator of The Fancy Fast Food blog, has come up with a holiday ham recipe made solely from… Burger King items.

You can see the ingredient list — and instructional photographs, which I recommend seeing well after you’ve eaten — here.

Only Small Bites, however, breaks down the nutritional facts for you.

There is no indication of how many people this is supposed to serve, but I calculated this for twelve servings.  In that case:

888 calories
23 grams (more than a day’s worth) of saturated fat
1.8 grams trans fat
1,901 milligrams sodium (more than 3/4 of a day’s worth!)

Want to know the most disturbing part?  There are individual burgers (not combos that come with fries and a drink; just burgers) at Burger King with even worse nutritional profiles!

PS: The accompanying photo shows what a Burger King Triple Stack hamburger looks like in real life, without camera tricks.


One Comment

  1. SUSAN said on December 26th, 2009

    Ew. Double Ew. Who would really make that? I eat BK or McD once a year or so, but blech.

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