The annual Xtreme Eating Awards were announced by the Center for Science in Public Interest revealing the eight most fatty food items available in American restaurants.
The first prize went to the Cold Stone Creamery peanut butter and chocolate milk shake which will provide you with 2,000 calories for every 24 ounces, the maximum limit recommended for the entire day along with three days worth of saturated fat.
A Cheesecake Factory's Ultimate Red Velvet Cake Cheesecake offers 1,540 calories while a fried-cheese melt from Denny's provides 1.260 calories. The porterhouse steak at Morton's provides a mammoth 2,570 calories when combined with mashed potatoes and creamed spinach.
Other high-calorie items on the list included a Monster Bacon 'N Beef Burger from IHOP and the Provolone-Stuffed Meatballs with Fettuccine from Applebee's.
"These are yet more examples of how restaurants are making bad food even worse," senior nutritionist at the Center Jayne Hurley, told ABC News.