What food at the Minnesota State Fair has the most calories?

Double bacon corn dog: 508 calories It’s the state-fair food you didn’t know you needed.

How many calories are consumed at the MN State Fair?

With the help of a graduate student, they estimated I consumed about 6,400 calories during my one day at the fair. Earthman called it a “ballpark” estimate, but even if it’s close, that’s about 2.5 times my recommended daily allowance, with almost four times the salt and six times the saturated fat.

What is the most popular concession in Minnesota State Fair?

Chocolate Chip Cookies Sweet Martha’s continues to be the top-selling concession year after year, grossing $4.73 million last year. Hot and buttery chocolate chip cookies.

How much money does Sweet Martha’s cookies make at the MN State Fair?

$3.2 million
A file photo of a Sweet Martha’s Cookie Jar sign. (KSTP/File) Although experiencing a drop in sales from 2019, sales were still sweet for a Minnesota State Fair staple: Sweet Martha’s Cookie Jar reportedly earned over $3.2 million during the 2021 Great Minnesota Get-Together.

How many calories are in cheese curds at the State fair?

The State Fair is one of my favorite things to do in the summer….Check out our Fair Food Facts guide.

Food Cheese curds
Serving 5 ounces
Calories 533
Carb Grams 34
Carb Choices* 2

How many calories is a fair funnel cake?

760 calories
Funnel cake (1): 760 calories/44 g fat.

How many calories are in cheese curds at the State Fair?

Who grows the corn for the Minnesota State Fair?

Paul Nelson and his crew pick corn every morning to bring to the fair that evening. “This is a variety of corn we raise strictly for the Minnesota State Fair. It’s a variety of corn that can only be hand-picked. It grows on a stalk that’s very thin so every time you look at it it almost wants to tip over,” Nelson said.

How much did Sweet Martha’s make in 2019?

Sweet Martha’s Cookie Jar tops the fair’s list with an impressive $4.73 million in revenues in 2019 and daily cookie sales of about 3 million cookies per fair day.

How Old Is Sweet Martha?

Since it launched in 1979 in a 9-by-11-foot booth, Sweet Martha’s has grown into a mega-icon of the fair. Today, its three booths can produce up to 3 million cookies a day – that’s 200,000 cookies per hour. In one year, they go through 54 tons of chocolate chips, 62 tons of flour and 42,000-dozen eggs.