Ho ho — oh no, the holidays. Don’t get me wrong, I love the holidays. Especially the flavors involved: pumpkin, gingerbread and eggnog all get a hearty oh-oh-yes from me. But the pure volume of food and drink at some point becomes nearly obscene. So you skip the big, gooey slice of gingerbread cake and opt for a drink instead, only to find, come January, that — what the gingersnap?! — you can’t snap your jeans.

Welcome to the world of ridiculously caloric beverages, the ones that should make you fearful rather than cheerful. Here are 12 to put on Santa’s naughty list.

12. Starbucks: White Hot Chocolate 

Serving size: 20 oz

Calories: 570

Saturated fat: 21 grams

11. Panera: Peppermint Hot Chocolate

Serving size: 14.25 oz

Calories: 610

Saturated fat: 11 grams

10. Starbucks: Eggnog Latte

Serving size: 20 oz

Calories: 630

Saturated fat: 30 grams

9. McDonald’s: Frappe Caramel 

Serving size: 22 oz

Calories: 680

Saturated fat: 29 grams

8. The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf: Gingerbread Cookie Ice Blended Drink

Serving size: 24 oz

Calories: 690

Saturated fat: 11 grams

7. Starbucks: Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha

Serving size: 20 oz

Calories: 700

Saturated fat: 7 grams

6. The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf: Gingerbread Cookie Ice Blended Drink

Serving size: 24 oz

Calories: 710

Saturated fat: 12 grams

5. Caribou CoffeeHo Ho Mint White Chocolate

Serving Size: 20 oz

Calories: 790

Saturated fat: 27 grams

4. Caribou Coffee: Spicy Milk Chocolate Mocha

Serving size: 20 oz

Calories: 880

Saturated fat: 26 grams

3. Chik-Fil-A: Peppermint Chocolate Milkshake

Serving size: 19.43

Calories: 930

Saturated fat: 20 grams

2. Dairy Queen: Pumpkin Pie Blizzard

Serving size: 20 oz

Calories: 1,050

Saturated fat: 22 grams

1. Sonic: Holiday Spiced Sugar Cookie Blast

Serving size: 20.8 oz

Calories: 1,256

Saturated fat: 39.6 grams

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This story was written by Melissa Breyer for Care2.com and is republished here with permission.
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