There’s nothing like a coffee run to satisfy your caffeine craving and give you an extra dose of energy. While caffeine has multiple health benefits, your café choices may be the culprit to your weight gain. According to Health.com, “Most of these coffee concoctions contain more fat and sugar than sweet treats you can actually eat—and many rack up more calories than a small meal.”

Just how healthy or unhealthy is your favorite coffee shop drink? A venti Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino, for example, has a whopping 510 calories. That’s the equivalent of about 5 1/2 tablespoons of mayonnaise or 2 1/2 cups of french fries! And we haven’t mentioned the sticky cinnamon roll you had with that Frappe (It’s 420 calories per bun, ICYDK!).

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For the complete list of calorie-laden coffee drinks, head to cosmo.ph!

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