Top 15 High Calorie Recipes ...

By Kati

Top 15 High Calorie Recipes ...

If you’re trying to put on weight, it can be very hard to find recipes in a world that seems obsessed with being skinny and calorie counting. Here are my top fifteen high calorie foods!

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Cheeseburger and Fries ...

Cheeseburger and Fries ... No surprises here, but this actually contains over 950 calories, without any dips or drinks. Take away cheeseburgers contain a lot more, with some topping 1500 calories per cheeseburger!!


Lasagne ...

Made with normal cheese, mince and sauce, lasagne contains over 500 calories. However, if made with low fat cheese, mince and sauces, it drops to around 300, so be careful that you are buying the real deal.


Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches ...

Check out the recipe here, or just buy a premade one. These average 500 calories per sandwich.


Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches are a classic lunchtime staple. They are easy to make and can be prepared in minutes. However, they can also be quite high in calories, with an average of 500 calories per sandwich. This makes them a less than ideal choice for those looking to watch their calorie intake. Nonetheless, they can be a tasty treat for those looking for a quick and easy meal. Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches can be made with a variety of ingredients, such as whole grain bread, natural peanut butter, and low sugar jelly or jam. For a healthier version, try using reduced-fat peanut butter and sugar-free jelly.


Pancakes and Syrup ...

Pancakes and Syrup ... Containing over 750 calories, making delish pancakes is very easy and you can vary them to meet your mood. Definitely an essential food if you are trying to gain weight!


Pancakes are a great source of energy and can provide a substantial amount of calories. Made with simple ingredients such as flour, eggs, milk, and butter, they are an easy and delicious way to add calories to your diet. Topping them with maple syrup or honey can add even more sweetness and calories. Pancakes are also a great source of carbohydrates, which provide energy to the body, and can help you gain weight. They are also rich in protein, which helps build and repair muscle. Pancake recipes can be varied to suit your tastes or dietary needs, making them a versatile and nutritious meal.


Chicken Alfredo ...

Containing 700 calories a portion, this is a very high cal chicken dish. It takes an hour to cook, and is very easy to prepare.


Chicken Alfredo is a classic Italian dish made with cooked chicken, creamy Alfredo sauce, and pasta. It is a popular dish for busy weeknights and can be made in just one hour.

The dish is easy to prepare, as it requires only a few ingredients. The Alfredo sauce is made with butter, cream, and Parmesan cheese, and the cooked chicken can be made in a variety of ways, including baking, grilling, or frying.

For a healthier version of the dish, you can use low-fat cream and reduce the amount of butter and cheese used in the sauce. You can also add vegetables such as broccoli, bell peppers, or spinach to the dish for extra nutrition.

Chicken Alfredo is a great option for people looking for a high-calorie meal. A single serving contains 700 calories, making it a great choice for people who are trying to gain weight or maintain their current weight.

Despite its high calorie content, Chicken Alfredo is a healthy dish. It is packed with essential vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, calcium, and iron. It is also a good source of protein and carbohydrates, making it a balanced meal.

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Pizza ...

Pizza ... Pizza contains about 600 calories a slice, so either try making your own or order a take away and double the calories!


Enchilada’s ...

One enchilada contains 600 calories, and you can make them from scratch or buy a kit. You can also order them from some take aways!


Mashed Potato ...

Containing 470 calories per one cup serving, these are loaded with calories even before you add extra butter.


Gravy ...

Gravy ... Gravy that is made with the fat from meat contains 375 calories per cup, and it’s only an accompaniment! An average roast dinner tops 1200 calories, so if your aiming for calories make sure you have one a week.


Potato Latkes ...

These are becoming more and more popular as a diet food, despite containing 300 calories per latke! Check out how to make them.


Potato latkes are a delicious traditional dish, originating from Eastern Europe. They are a type of pancake made from grated potatoes, eggs, and flour. Latkes are usually fried in oil, making them a high calorie food. One latke contains around 300 calories, so they are not the best choice for those trying to lose weight.

However, potato latkes are becoming increasingly popular as a diet food, due to their versatility and delicious taste. They can be served as a side dish, as a main course, or even as a snack. They can also be topped with a variety of different ingredients, such as sour cream, applesauce, or even sugar.

Despite their high calorie count, potato latkes are very nutritious. They are a great source of carbohydrates, which provide energy to the body. They also contain protein, which helps to build and repair muscle, and healthy fats, which help to keep us feeling full for longer.


Prime Ribs ...

A 4oz rib contains 425g of fat, which is a hefty 850 calories. Add this to the mash, gravy and peas and you are looking at a 1,300 calorie meal!


Pecan Pie ...

Pecan Pie ... A generous serving contains 800 calories, and it’s a popular dessert, especially at Easter. Here’s the recipe: it's pretty easy to make.


Eggnog ...

Eggnog is an odd drink, being very popular abroad and at Christmas. An 8oz serving contains 350 calories, which means you’ll soon pile on the pounds. It’s very fatty, though, so make sure you do some exercise!


Peanut Butter Oatmeal ...

A bowl of this contains 1,100 calories, which is half of the RDA for men! Have a look around the website for other high calorie recipes and a forum!


Cream Cheese Banana Bread ...

Cream Cheese Banana Bread ... Here's the recipe, which is commonly given to children who need to gain weight.

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wow gr8 information..if you could add recpies also that would have been great. samantha

Where do I click to see the recipe for Cream Cheese Banana Bread?

I love pancakes!! Who needs a burger when you can have pancakes any time of the day!!

hi kati thanks too much i am tony 20 years i am 185cm and 60kg so i am trying to get fat hope to be friends

I wanted to get some of the recipes but not sure what to click on. Can you help me out?

oooooo pancakes....going to try them out now. i hate being skinny, i weight 6 stone, and its making me feel really ill in winter because of the amount i burn off, i eat a lot of food but nothing stays on me.

i luv this because i really don't want to be skinny but i don't want to be obese so i know how watch my eating habit

Hi, while all of your suggestions are pretty good, I have found that drinking three to six bottles of Ensure Plus everyday helps with weight gain. I usually drink mine with every meal along with your normal milk or juice. Very tasty.

Hi, some really great tips, been trying to put on weight for years without success, due to poor eating habits but some really useful tips for between meals and to boost the calorie content. i find it hard to suddenly be hungry for 3 meals a day, and really hard to remember to get into the habit of eating regulary when you havent for as many years as me. I have two young children and im starting to worry about my health as some days i dnt consume enuf calories to even run my organs, thanks for such a gr8 site, n ill keep you posted on my success as hopin the support and advice from others on this site will be another thing that changes my relationship with food. xx