Print Jill Schmeeckle

Shorter days, crisp nights, vividly colored leaves and plump orange pumpkins — you guessed it: fall is here.  Fall is the season when our favorite foods take a turn and temptation increases:  pumpkins become pies, Starbucks gets sweet, and corn takes to candy.  The following pumpkin-flavored foods article will make you think twice before you over-indulge in one of these seasonal treats. 

The Best and Worst Pumpkin-Flavored Foods

(Image: Courtesy of The Cheesecake Factory)
Worst: The Cheesecake Factory Pumpkin Cheesecake
739 calories, 29 g sat fat (additional nutrition information N/A)

You’d have to eat half a stick of butter, 29 slices of bacon, or eight fast-food hamburgers to take in as much saturated fat as you’ll find in this devilish dessert. The scariest part: it’s meant to be ordered on top of a meal. But we can’t say we’re surprised by The Cheesecake Factory’s gluttonous ways. Our food cop friends at Eat This, Not That! recently named the chain’s French Toast Napoleon the “Worst Food in America.”

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