The Top Swap at Jack in the Box
Jack’s Spicy Chicken
|Saturated fat||3 g|
Homestyle Ranch Chicken Club
|Saturated fat||9 g|
Seems that nearly every major fast-food player needs a spicy chicken sandwich on its menu. The Jack in the Box menu version is surprisingly gentle on the waistline, especially for a place known for producing some of the greasiest grub in the business. Plus, we love that it has fewer than 1,000 milligrams of sodium—a rarity in the realm of fast-food chicken. The core elements of the Homestyle Ranch Chicken Club are the same as they are in the sandwich to your left— spicy fried chicken topped with a mayo-based sauce—but the superfluous additions of cheese, bacon, and butter-doused toast result in 180 extra calories and nearly double the fat. Not. Worth. It.