1. KFC’s Double Down
The Double Down is double trouble.
The Double Down is a bacon and cheese sandwich that substitutes fried chicken fillets for an actual bun.
The 540-calorie sandwich contains 32 grams of fat and 1380mg of sodium – nearly a full day’s supply of artery clogging goodness. When it is on the menu, you can substitute the fried chicken for grilled chicken, but that still comes to 460 calories.
In Canada, the sandwich became KFC’s best-selling product ever. In 2010, KFC reported that the chain had sold 10 million of the sandwiches. In August 2015, American KFC made plans to bring back the traditional sandwich – for a limited time.