Hardee’s Introduces New APORKalypse Burrito and Biscuit

The latest from Hardee’s is called APORKalypse and it features three types of pork and a bunch of it.  Available as either the APORKalypse Burrito or the APORKalypse Biscuit.  The APORKalypse Burrito features four ham slices, two sausage patties and bacon pieces wrapped together with folded eggs, American and Swiss cheeses inside a flour tortilla for a suggested price of $3.99.  Nutrition-wise, the APORKalypse Burrito will set you back 1110 calories, 82 grams of fat, 29 grams of saturated fat, 435 milligrams of cholesterol, 3170 milligrams of sodium, 41 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 3 grams of sugar, and 48 grams of protein.Hardees AporkalypseThe APORKalypse Biscuit comes with four slices of ham, three strips of bacon, a sausage patty, a folded egg, American and Swiss cheeses in a signature Made from Scratch buttermilk biscuit for a suggested price of $3.79.  This hefty breakfast biscuit will set you back 920 calories, 66 grams of fat, 25 grams of saturated fat, 240 milligrams of cholesterol, 2540 milligrams of sodium, 46 grams of carbs, 3 grams of fiber, 4 grams of sugar, and 35 grams of protein.

10 comments on “Hardee’s Introduces New APORKalypse Burrito and Biscuit

  1. Ric says:

    The Hardee’s in my area have had this for years, it’s the Monster Biscuit.

  2. M-Logan says:

    What, no side of Lipitor?

  3. hm says:

    i know it’s fast food, but really? those numbers are ridiculous. items like this should be illegal…

    • JP says:

      Illegal? Really? You do realize your average meal at a sit down restaurant is far more calories and sodium. Not to mention Buffets. So should we just make it illegal to eat out?

    • Bubbsy says:

      The biscuit is just silly, but not because of fat or calories like others seem to be freaking out about (an occasional splurge of 1000 calories in a meal really isn’t all that bad if you have any activity in your life at all), it’s because of how tall it is – it would be hard to eat. I can see myself buying it and taking it home, splitting it apart on a plate and covering the whole shebang with country gravy.

      • EP says:

        100% chance you are obese, Bubbsy

        • Bubbsy says:

          Actually by saying that – it would seem that you are far more likely to be obese, if you don’t understand that any normally active person can occasionally indulge in a high-calorie/high-fat treat and still be fit. The fact that you would deny this to be true tells us that you don’t understand that junk food is not intended for routine consumption, and you have food discipline struggles. It must blow your mind that many competitive eating champions are thin and fit.

  4. BigBelly says:

    The burrito rivals the El Diablo burger, just a little shy in sodium
    The burger was good, but neither of these will draw me in

  5. MP says:

    A “chicken wing” used to mean the portion of chicken from the shoulder joint to the tip. It was reasonable to believe that if a menu said chicken wing, it meant a chicken wing, and if you’re not getting a chicken wing but rather just a 1/3 of one, they would be called wing-dings or wingettes or whatever to signify that. But now it’s generally accepted that a “wing” is just a 1/3 of a wing. Fine, to nit-pick is a losing battle there, I get it. But bacon is sacred. And I want this new trend to stop now. This new trend of sandwich joints saying you get X# of strips of bacon when you’re actually getting a strip of bacon cut into 2 or 3 pieces. If you take a strip of bacon and cut it into thirds or halves, it doesn’t become 3 or 2 strips of bacon. It is deliberately misleading to say a sandwich has 3 strips of bacon when you’re actually getting a strip of bacon cut into 3 little parts. Yes technically any size can be a “strip”, but I’m talking about common parlance and what any reasonable person would believe, that’s how you determine what is misleading advertising.

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