Eating cookies is something everyone enjoys; both young and adults enjoy the taste of cookies in all shapes and colors.
Cookies in general are loaded with sugar, carbohydrates and your worst enemy, calories.
One of the worst cookies to have is that you normally get offered during Christmas holidays. The merry times gives the sweet toothed chefs a privilege to spice up your average cookies with added sugar to decorate it with icing of holiday colors.
Here are the contents of a Christmas cookie. Your cookie without the icing and decoration is made of Wheat flour, butter, whole eggs, sodium bicarbonate, spices and fancy molasses.
The fancy icing on top transforms the cookie from a basic one to a Christmas calorie loaded bomb. The icing is generally made of icing sugar, granulated sugar, corn syrup, dried egg whites, lactic acid, sodium aluminum sulfate, citric acid and xanthan gum.
To make it simple, the average cookie is 100 grams and holds 500 calories with 15 grams of fat, out of which 0.4 grams are your harmful trans-fats.
If all this is not enough to give this cookie the title of worst cookie on earth, what's coming will surely do.
50 mg of cholesterol, 610 grams of sodium, 100 grams of carbohydrates including the 50 grams of sugar.
It is also worth mentioning that the cookie has no proteins or fiber.
For a healthy substitute for refined sugar read about Stevia Sugar.
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