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Domino’s Large Garlic And Herb Dip Contains Hella Calories And We’re Sobbing

Messenger It’s New Year’s Eve, so you’re probably thinking that you need to get the last takeaway …read more


It’s New Year’s Eve, so you’re probably thinking that you need to get the last takeaway in before you start your whole ‘new year new you’ diet, but if you’re thinking of getting a Domino’s then I hate to break it to you, but you might wanna avoid the large Garlic and Herb dip that they do.

I know, it’s delicious – I tend to sink an entire one to myself every time I get a Domino’s, but I must also tell you that I’m a pretty chunky gal, and this might have transpired as to why.

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Turns out, those deliciously large dips? They’re worth about 700 calories EACH. That’s before you even stuffed that crust, and shoved the tasty slices into your mouth. If you’re thinking that you don’t wanna be too naughty before the beginning of the new year, but also want a takeaway then I suggest highly ignoring those dips going forward. Heartbreaking, I know, as they’re arguably the greatest part about getting a Domino’s in the first place.

Don’t think that if you just go for one of those little ones that they put on the edge of the box that you’ll be saving yourself, either, as they’re also 250 calories. 250 WHOLE CALORIES FOR JUST ONE LITTLE POT OF GARLIC AND HERBY GOODNESS. Oh I feel like I’ve been lied to my whole life, although this does answer why I’ve been such a chunk over the last few months – because I actually do get a lot of Domino’s (and yes, I also know that THAT could be adding to the problem, too.)

So if you’re planning on trying to lose weight this year, during your cheat days try and avoid Domino’s’ little pots of secret hell. They’re evil, sinful, delicious and FULL of calories.

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