McPizza: Introduced in the late 1980s, the McPizza was calorie-rich and loaded with cheese and toppings, making it one of the unhealthiest items on the menu at the time.
Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese: This burger packs a double serving of quarter-pound beef patties, cheese, and condiments, resulting in a high-calorie and high-fat meal.
Super Size Big Mac: McDonald's briefly offered a super-sized version of the iconic Big Mac, which added extra calories and saturated fat to an already sizable burger.
McDLT: Though no longer on the menu, the McDLT included two beef patties, lettuce, tomato, cheese, and mayo.
Angus Third Pounders: These burgers were made with a third-pound Angus beef patty and various toppings, including bacon and cheese.
McHotDog: While not a burger, the McHotDog made an appearance on some menus and was criticized for its high sodium content and processed meat.
Double Quarter Pounder BLT: A variation of the Double Quarter Pounder, this burger added bacon, lettuce, and tomato to an already substantial burger, increasing its calorie and fat content.