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We Tried 18 Fast-Food Desserts & This One Blew Us Away

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Meghan De Maria of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 20: Some fast-food items fill you with nostalgia, like chicken McNuggets or the chocolate Frosty. Others are new and welcome additions to the fast-food canon, like the Impossible Whopper or the Popeyes Strawberry Cheesecake Pie. But if you had to compare all of your favorite fast-food desserts, which one would come out on top?To find out which fast-food desserts were the best of the best, we tested some popular offerings in three categories: cookies, pies, and frozen treats. We had our 10 testers rank the choices in each category to come up with the best chocolate chip cookie, pie, and frozen dessert you can find.At the end of this taste test, we also asked our tasters to name their absolute top three favorite fast-food desserts, in any category. As a bonus, we included the Taco Bell Cinnabon Bites and the Checkers Funnel Cake fries, which didn't fall into the three aforementioned categories. Five of our tasters included the Taco Bell Cinnabon Bites as one of their top-three options, while six tasters each listed the Popeyes Cinnamon Apple Pie and the Oreo McFlurry as their top picks. So if you find yourself at a fast-food chain, you can't go wrong with these three choices.We weren't surprised at the success of the McFlurry—it's a classic nostalgic treat. But the Taco Bell bites were a dark horse in this race. Multiple tasters said that they didn't know these existed—but they loved the icing-filled cinnamon bites. "I think this is the ultimate fast-food dessert," one taster wrote of these bites. "All the love of a cinnamon roll, without the icing mess. Yum, yum, yum!Our tasters were blown away by these bite-sized treats, with several people going back for a second bite. Here's how the rest of the desserts fared, ranked from worst to best in each category.And for more fast-food intel, We Taste-Tested Cheeseburgers from 7 Major Fast-Food Restaurants—Here's Our Favorite.

We Tried 18 Fast-Food Desserts & This One Blew Us Away

Some fast-food items fill you with nostalgia, like chicken McNuggets or the chocolate Frosty. Others are new and welcome additions to the fast-food canon, like the Impossible Whopper or the Popeyes Strawberry Cheesecake Pie. But if you had to compare all of your favorite fast-food desserts, which one would come out on top?

To find out which fast-food desserts were the best of the best, we tested some popular offerings in three categories: cookies, pies, and frozen treats. We had our 10 testers rank the choices in each category to come up with the best chocolate chip cookie, pie, and frozen dessert you can find.

At the end of this taste test, we also asked our tasters to name their absolute top three favorite fast-food desserts, in any category. As a bonus, we included the Taco Bell Cinnabon Bites and the Checkers Funnel Cake fries, which didn't fall into the three aforementioned categories. Five of our tasters included the Taco Bell Cinnabon Bites as one of their top-three options, while six tasters each listed the Popeyes Cinnamon Apple Pie and the Oreo McFlurry as their top picks. So if you find yourself at a fast-food chain, you can't go wrong with these three choices.

We weren't surprised at the success of the McFlurry—it's a classic nostalgic treat. But the Taco Bell bites were a dark horse in this race. Multiple tasters said that they didn't know these existed—but they loved the icing-filled cinnamon bites. "I think this is the ultimate fast-food dessert," one taster wrote of these bites. "All the love of a cinnamon roll, without the icing mess. Yum, yum, yum!

Our tasters were blown away by these bite-sized treats, with several people going back for a second bite. Here's how the rest of the desserts fared, ranked from worst to best in each category.

And for more fast-food intel, We Taste-Tested Cheeseburgers from 7 Major Fast-Food Restaurants—Here's Our Favorite.

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