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Calories in Hamburgers and Hot Dogs

Get Grilled: Hamburger vs. Hot Dog

Hamburgers and hot dogs are pretty much the definition of barbecues. Whether you like them smothered with ketchup and mustard or covered in melted cheese, let's see how these essential grillables compare.

Get Grilled: Hamburger vs. Hot Dog

Which contains more calories?

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Chrstne Chrstne 5 years
Burgers all the way, baby! Burgers are pretty much my favorite food, and I would pass up a hot dog any day of the week for one of them. Most hot dogs (other than Hebrew National) are made out of god knows what, and even though they are less calories, I'd rather eat food I know is real (like a homemade 100% beef burger) than a whole pot luck of "meat products" in a sausage-sized package. I still lose weight while chowing down on burgers...never going to give them up!
BeamerCG BeamerCG 5 years
I don't think I could bring myself to pick a tofu pup over a hotdog anyways. I'll take the 70 calorie hit.
skigurl skigurl 5 years
I have had fitsugar blocked at my work for MONTHS now for some reason and this time it WORKED!! I can get on to all the other sugar sites but never fit! yay!
skigurl skigurl 5 years
I have had fitsugar blocked at my work for MONTHS now for some reason and this time it WORKED!! I can get on to all the other sugar sites but never fit! yay!
LaurenG22 LaurenG22 5 years
Actually the definition of barbecue is NOT hot dogs and hamburgers, "barbecue is a process of preparing food that requires smoke, low temperatures and long periods of time. The meats typically chosen for barbecue include, but are not limited to pork shoulder, brisket, ribs, mutton roasts, whole hogs and other beef and pork roasts." NOT hamburgers and hot dogs. That would be called grilling.
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