There are many reasons for the popularity of fast food. Unconscious mashups, incorrect holiday respects, and irreconcilable deviations from the restaurant’s main products are just a few ways fast food chains around the world embarrass themselves and make customers sick Bon Appetite.
Between this, the Chizza and the Double Down, it’s apparent that KFC either a) really likes putting things between other things that aren’t bread, or b) simply ran out of bread.
Colonel Sanders has the unenviable distinction of being the only chap with three entries on this list. Impressively, this item earned a spot with just three ingredients: (1) donut, (2) chicken, and (3) second donut.
Introduced in 2019, KFC’s Doughnut Fried Chicken Sandwich solved the cumbersome need to use utensils while scarfing down 1,000 calories’ worth of chicken and waffles. Replace the waffles with donuts and the maple syrup with glazed sugar. Done, done and delicious.
And deadly. The Doughnut Fried Chicken Sandwich packs a whopping 1100 calories – more than half the recommended daily allowance. A heart-stopping 585 of those calories are from fat. Over 1,300 milligrams of sodium, 50 milligrams of cholesterol and a stunningly saccharine 40 grams of sugar – more than an adult male’s entire recommended daily intake – will keep cardiologists and insulin manufacturers well-employed and wealthy.