We’ve rounded some of the most insane burgers that you can order, but probably you won’t be able to finish, because they are just way too big! If you’re a fan of food challenges, have a look at our list with 7 Extreme Burgers That Are Too Big To Finish:

#7 The Thurmanator at The Thurman Cafe

Columbus, Ohio

Bottom bun, mayo, lettuce, tomato, pickle, banana peppers, 12 ounce burger, bacon, cheddar, another 12 ounce burger, sautéed mushrooms & onions, ham, mozzarella & American cheese, top bun served with fries and a pickle spear.



#6 Uncle Joe’s Tex Mex Fiesta Burger at Riverwalck Saloon

Parryville, PA

Three of the restaurant’s signature burgers on one bun with bacon, onion rings, avocado, chorizo sausage and three different kinds of cheese.



#5 The Octuple Bypass Burger at the Heart Attack Grill (19,900 calories)

Las Vegas, Nevada

4 pounds of meat, 40 pieces of bacon, chili, tomatoes, onion  and cheese. Enough food for at least 10 days.



#4 The Fifth Third Burger at The West Michigan Whitecaps Stadium (Fifth Third Ballpark)

Plainfield Township, Michigan

8-inch sesame seed bun (made of 1 pound of dough), chili, five one-third pound patties, five slices of American cheese, salsa, nacho cheese and Fritos, lettuce, tomato and sour cream. Jalapenos are optional.



#3 The 12-Stack Burger at Burger Madness

Seattle, WA

12 quarter pound stacked patties,  12 slices American cheese, tomato, lettuce and large side of french fries.



#2 Beer Barrel Belly Bruiser at Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub (30,000 calories)

Clearfield, PA

A 22 ounce bun, 15 pounds of ground beef, three pounds of cheese, a whole head of lettuce, 15 pickles, three tomatoes, two onions and two cups each of ketchup, mayo, mustard and relish.



#1 Mt. Olympus at Clinton Station Diner

Clinton, NJ

A 25 pound baked ground beef patty and 25 pounds worth of toppings and bun.

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