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Worst Food in the World: The Easter Feast Breakfast

With each changing season seems to come a new slew of foods with catastrophic calorie counts—you health-minded foodies out there know exactly what we’re talking about.
Worst Food in the World: The Easter Feast Breakfast

And if you’ve ever been curious how bad these trendy eats actually are, you’re going to love our latest column: Worst Food in the World. In each installment, we find out just how villainous these nutritional nightmares really are. In today’s edition, The Easter Feast Breakfast from Manchester’s Black Milk Cafe takes center stage.

Just when we thought that Fried Cadbury Eggs were one of the worst Easter-themed indulgences out there, we caught wind of the Easter Feast–a dish with nearly 4,000 calories and 100 teaspoons of sugar! Just for some perspective, that’s the calorie equivalent of eating 24 full-sized Twix bars and the sugar equivalent of 781 M&Ms! Yikes! Just thinking about that is enough to make our stomachs hurt!

So what exactly makes up this gut-busting morning meal? Half a giant chocolate egg acts as the “bowl” that’s then filled with two different cereals, a brownie, crème-filled eggs, marshmallows and M&Ms. Next, three different flavored milks are poured inside the egg with generous drizzles of dulce de leche and salted caramel sauces to top it off. If all of that wasn’t bad enough, the entire structure is then served on a bed of baked and caramelized white chocolate to ensure it doesn’t collapse.

No one has been able to polish off the entire Easter Feast as of yet (no surprise there), but it will be served at the Black Milk Cafe until early May, so it’s possible someone might just be able to conquer the challenge—not that we’re suggesting you try. We don’t even have to think twice about it, this is definitely a Not That!

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