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Hershey’s Cookie Layer Crunch Triple Chocolate King Size Bar
This king-sized bar is layered with milk chocolate, chocolate cookie bits, and chocolate creme—which all amounts to over a day’s worth of sugar and almost triple the amount of saturated fat than what’s in a Snickers bar.
Milka Chocolate Bar Oreo Bar
Riddled with sugar, inflammatory palm oil, and artificial flavors, we see no reason to unwrap this Oreo-studded chocolate bar. Go ahead and dunk an Oreo into milk if you’re craving cookies and cream flavor.
Hershey’s Milk Chocolate & Reese’s Pieces Candy Bar
We’re clearly not fans of this Hershey’s bar’s nutrition panel, but the ingredient list is just as frightening. Hydrogenated oils, artificial flavors, artificial colors, oh my!
You’ll find milk chocolate, peanuts, crisp rice, and caramel in this candy bar. Snickers really outdid itself with the Crisper, which houses almost a full day’s worth of sugar.
Munch on these for dessert, and you’ll ingest about half a day’s worth of saturated fat and sugar. Why not post-game your dinner with a tablespoon of real peanut butter? Not only will you save about 100 calories, but you’ll also nourish your body with more heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and save yourself from 17 grams of added sugars!
When you thought M&Ms couldn’t get any richer, the confectioner decided to crank the sugar up a couple notches in the form of infusing the chocolate bites with a caramel center. Craving the classic combo? Go for a square of Alter Eco’s Dark Salted Burnt Caramel bar with 70 percent cocoa.
Hershey’s Gold Bar
Hershey’s newest candy bar houses a crapload of calories coming from sugar and fat. Looking for a sweet fix? Go for a square of 70% dark chocolate and a dose of disease-fighting antioxidants instead.