What's one of the best things to do over the summer? Go to a carnival or state fair, right? Well, you know that funnel cake and snow cones aren't health food - but you may think with all the walking around you're doing you'll burn off those extra calories. Think again, my friend! To that end, here are the most fattening carnival foods. We got this list from Newsweek magazine: The deep-fried Oreo. It's made by dipping the Oreo in pancake mix, egg, milk and vegetable oil then deep-frying it. It turns a 50 calorie Oreo into a 157 calorie Oreo. Now, that's not a lot overall, but it's a lot for one cookie! Plus, that single cookie now has 10 grams of fat! That's about a fifth of your daily fat intake in one mouthful! Cotton candy. It has absolutely no nutritional benefit - it's just whipped sugar on a cone. If it's between some deep-fried Oreos and the cotton candy - you may want to go with the cotton candy because the entire thing is just 200 calories. How about this State Fair / carnival staple: The corn dog. It's not that bad as far as calories - the problem is the sodium content. One corn dog has nearly 1,200 milligrams of sodium - or half the recommended DAILY intake for an adult. The deep-fried Twinkie. A single fried Twinkie is 420 calories and 32 grams of fat. That's before you add any toppings like powdered sugar or chocolate sauce. To put that in perspective, it's more calories and fat than a Whopper Junior with cheese. The innocent looking snow cone. It's just shaved ice, you may say. Yes, but then it's loaded with sugar syrup. So one snow cone can have 550 calories! Funnel Cake. A single serving has as many calories as a Whopper with cheese and more than half the fat you should have in an entire day. To burn off that Funnel Cake, the average 35 year old woman would have to jog for 86 minutes straight - or walk without stopping for three and a half hours.