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Boca Burger vs. Whopper Hamburgers

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Fight It: Burger King Whopper Hamburger

Thinking of caving in to your craving for a cheeseburger and ordering a Whopper at your local BK? Uhhh...just say no. Biting into one of these diet-disasters-on-a-bun would be a whopping mistake. Sure, you'd experience a few minutes of burger bliss, but those fleeting moments of enjoyment are so not worth the 47 insane grams of fat you'd be swallowing. Besides, HG's Whopper Stopper recipe can easily satisfy your burger urges (would those be "burges"?). If you do happen to find yourself at Burger King with a growling stomach and a pocket full of singles, order one of HG's BK picks.

Calories: 760
Fat: 47g
Sodium: 1450g
Carbs: 52g
Fiber: 3g
Sugars: 11g
Protein: 33g

* 19 Points

 

Originally published on Hungry-Girl.com; reprinted on FitnessMagazine.com with permission.

 

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bethbr00tality wrote:

This definitely sounds more like convenience food than healthy food, and this honestly tastes like it would be really gross & artificial tasting. Processed cheese? White bread? Miracle Whip? Eew.

12/6/2012 03:54:12 AM Report Abuse
marciasarena wrote:

I was hoping this would be a recipe for making an amazing tasty burger from scratch? The switch to boca is nice but it is more challenging to make a burger from scratch that is low in calories, nutritious, & tasty. I agree with bread & cheese comments as well - these are not fresh nor the most nutritious options. Calories are not everything when eating a balanced diet.

9/29/2011 11:33:55 AM Report Abuse
veronicazoom1 wrote:

I love the idea of a lighter burger....but when she uses Kraft "cheese" and Wonder bread, I have to question her taste and the quality of products. I think there is a healthier and tastier way to get a lower calorie burger.

9/29/2011 10:51:39 AM Report Abuse
anonymous wrote:

I use whole wheat bread, no cheese, and no mayo, but all-natural ketchup and honey mustard. So my version is about 150 calories. (I side it with a couple of servings of frozen veggies which would be 60-100 calories.) Not only is it healthier than this version, but cheaper, too.

5/27/2010 04:29:33 PM Report Abuse

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