Choosing which fast food restaurant to eat at each day on my lunch break can be quite a daunting task, especially with the multitude of choices I have near the office I work at. On one hand there’s McDonald’s and their always delicious (and reasonably priced) Dollar Menu. On the other hand there’s Wendy’s and their delicious 5-piece Crispy Chicken Nuggets. Then of course there’s always Taco Bell and their constantly changing menu always bringing something new to the table (pun intended).
On this fateful day I simply couldn’t choose just one, so I decided to hit up a few of my favorite lunch stops, get something from each of them and combine all that food into one delicious sandwich. It was on this day that the Fast Food Super Stack was born.
My first stop was at McDonald’s where I picked up a McDouble for a dollar. Next I headed to Wendy’s where for $1.29 I bought five chicken nuggets. After that it was off to Taco Bell where for $1.19 (even though their commercials claim it’s supposed to be 99 cents) I purchased their new Chicken Flatbread Sandwich. I have an entire hour for lunch and had only spent 15 minutes at this point, so I decided to make a final stop at Burger King where I purchased a Whopper, onion rings and a Diet Coke.
After receiving my Burger King order I sat down and started assembling my sandwich. I decided to use the McDouble and the Whopper as the top and bottom parts of the sandwich, and then put the Chicken Flatbread and Wendy’s nuggets in the middle. I was originally planning to eat my onion rings on the side, but figured that if I was going to do this I had to do it up big, so I threw those into the sandwich too. Since I no longer had any onion rings to eat on the side I also poured the ranch sauce that came with my Wendy’s nuggets and the ranch sauce that I got from Burger King onto the sandwich as well. This thing was a mess…
Taste-wise the sandwich was pretty good. The chipotle sauce in the Chicken Flatbread mixed perfectly with the ranch sauce from the chicken nuggets and onion rings, and the Whopper and McDouble added the perfect amount of ground beef to go with the chicken from the nuggets and flatbread.
When I got back to the office I went online and looked up the nutritional info for my newest sandwich creation. When all was said and done it clocked in at 2,170 calories and 133 grams of fat. The plus of me eating all this food though was that I got 83 grams of protein, and protein is good for you right?