50 High Calorie Foods 🍰🍔🍕 to Help You Gain Weight ⚖️ Fast ⏱ ...


In this skinny-obsessed world that we live in, it's difficult to believe that anyone would be interested in learning about the fooditems which are bad for us since they have high-caloric content.

However, there are some naturally skinny women who actually prefer to have a figure like Jennifer Lopez rather than the paper-thin weight of the Olsen twins.

And if you want to do it in a healthy way, here are some high calorie foods that should be in your shopping cart!

Lots of good healthy foods can be added to your diet instead of fried foods and can result in a healthier, heavier you.

1. Breakfast Cereals

Breakfast Cereals

If you are on a gain-weight-fast diet program, just eat 10 or 20 grams more than the recommended portion size of your favorite breakfast cereal.2

A lot of your favorite breakfast cereals are high calorie foods, and they're a favorite snack for many people -- you don't have to stick to eating them at breakfast.

Anyway, if you get carried away and overfill your bowl, you have the rest of the day to burn off those excess calories.

2. Pasta


A 2-ounce serving of cooked pasta contains only 75 calories.

It's the rest of the ingredients, such as the meatballs on the spaghetti, which contribute to this being a high-calorie dish.

Of course, pasta does have a lot of carbs, so it's apt to be more filling.

You'll want to remember the ratio if you're trying to put on some extra pounds.

It's such a good dish that I bet you are still drooling puddles after that description.

I wish I had a pic but alas the drooling clogged my head and I just stared at it.

3. Peanut Butter

Peanut Butter

Spread a couple of tablespoons of smooth, salted peanut butter on bread.

It gives you 192 calories!

Plus, there are dozens of other ways to eat peanut butter, from making milkshakes and smoothies to having a nice, gooey peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

And don't forget, it's super high in protein, so it's not that bad for you, anyway!

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