The 8 ounces of fried steak would be bad enough on its own, but IHOP makes it even worse by smothering it in country gravy and serving it with two eggs, hash browns, and two buttermilk pancakes.
Saturated Fat: 23 g
Sodium: 3,720 mg (two and a half days' worth)
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This 18-ounce portion is drizzled with butter sauce and comes with a half pound of fried red potatoes with garlic butter.
Calories: 2,710 (one and a half days' worth)
Saturated Fat: 45 g
Sodium: 3,700 mg (two and a half times more than a day's portion)
At first glance, it seems like this dish may be better than the rest--it has arugula and tomatoes in it, after all. But the battered shrimp and cream sauce rack up more calories than any other item on this list.
Saturated Fat: 89 g (five days' worth!)
Sodium: 1,090 mg
To create this frozen concoction, Smoothie King blends peanut butter and bananas with your choice of strawberries or grape juice. Order a 40-ounce cup, and you'll be sipping down nearly a day's worth of calories.
Sugar: 22 teaspoons
The ribs alone are bad enough. But if you round out the meal with sides of Homestyle Fries and Cinnamon Apples, you'll be adding another 700 calories to the stat below.
Saturated Fat: 39 g
Sodium: 5,025 mg
This dish is deceptively bad. The "lightly breaded" chicken is served with asparagus and mashed potatoes, not fries. But this plate has more calories than any of the beef items on the chain's menu.
Saturated Fat: 89 g
Sodium: 2,720 mg
Macaroni and cheese is indulgent enough without the creamy Alfredo sauce, rendered chicken fat, and butter that Uno adds to their version of the comfort food dish.
Saturated Fat: 71 g
Sodium: 3,110 mg
This dessert is 5 inches tall, 4 inches wide, and weighs close to a pound. Eat the whole thing, and you've consumed a day's worth of calories, a three-day supply of saturated fat, and four days worth of sugar.
Saturated Fat: 62 g
Sugar: 26 teaspoons