A large Domino's garlic and herb dip contains almost 700 calories so like, maybe don't eat a full one yourself
Just don't eat an entire large pot yourself like, no hassle.
The betrayers of the food world.
You dunk a chip into one or use an entire jar of something to compliment your light meal and expect it not to add any additional calories to what you're already eating.
It's just a bit of garlic like, it's hardly going to make that much of a difference.
Except, when you actually think about it, of course it's going to make a difference - it's a load of thick mayo and stuff in a sauce, it's not air, like.
Despite this, a load of people have only recently discovered how many calories are in one of those large pots of Domino's garlic and herb dips and they are not impressed.
Because it's 675 calories per 100g pot.
Yeah, a good bit in fairness.
as if the 100g pot of dominos garlic and herb dip has 675 calories in it. Byeeeeeee
— Mia D (@miadavidsonn) October 26, 2018
So... ONE. Hear me, ONE of those little garlic dipping cups from Domino’s pizza, is 250 calories. Two hundred and fucking fifty... I literally consume 5 of them every time I eat Domino’s. Great info to know. 🤦🏼♀️
— Ryann (@ryannnmckee) October 18, 2018
The nutritional information for all of Domino's products can be found on their website, so the takeaway aren't trying to keep this fact a secret or anything.
Rather, they want to encourage people to use the large pot as a sharing dip, not a personal one.
Because it's massive.
Last year, when people first found out how many calories were in the dip, Domino's responded via Twitter to say that their smaller garlic dips only contained 169 calories - you know, the standard serving per person.
It makes sense then that a giant share dip would contain almost 700 seeing as it's (apparently) meant for four people.
This is our Garlic & Herb Big Dip, which serves at least 4 people. We provide transparent nutritional info on our website & app.
— Domino's Pizza UK (@Dominos_UK) May 25, 2017
Just don't eat the whole thing in one go, lads.
We'll get through this.