Chick-fil-A ranks among the best of the country’s major fast-food establishments, thanks to a line of low-calorie chicken sandwiches and an impressive roster of healthy sides like yogurt parfaits and various salads. But the menu does seem to be inching ever upward in the calorie and sodium departments.
Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich
|Saturated fat||3.5 g|
Cobb Salad with Avocado Lime Ranch Dressing
|Saturated fat||12 g|
You’ll rarely find anything deep-fried marked an Eat This!, but Chick-fil-A’s classic sandwich is a surprisingly modest indulgence. You can go even lighter by ordering it grilled, but if you hanker for fried chicken, there are much worse ways you could
get your fix. The Cobb is a prime example of how fast-food chains turn salads into junk food. High-fat toppings like fried chicken and shredded cheese make this salad one of the most caloric entrées on the menu.