A while back we covered the strange foods you can buy at baseball stadiums, well here’s an update to that. Here are eight new items that have been added to menus across the country.
The Arizona Diamondbacks’ Churro Dog
The Arizona Diamondbacks’ Churro Dog is a churro placed inside a doughnut, and topped with ice cream, chocolate sauce, caramel, and whipped cream. This probably the best dessert money can buy.
The Inside the Park Nachos
The Inside the Park Nachos is pretty much beef on a stick, mixed with fried beans. It’s also covered in Doritos fried all together and topped with sour cream and cheese. Doritos lovers this is for you.
The Heart Attack Burger
Minor League team Kane County Cougars created an epic burger. The Illinois based team now has a half-pounder topped with a fried egg, Cheddar, bacon, bacon mayonnaise, and grilled cheeses as the bun. Sure you might hate yourself after eating this burger, but it’ll be worth it once you take the first bite.
Sweenie Donut Dog
The Wilmington BlueRocks another minor league team created an insane donut in partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts. It consists of a hot dog topped with bacon and strawberry jam and packed into a specially made Krispy Kreme donut.
Wayback Burger “The Triple Triple”
The Philadelphia Phillies have created a burger that will fill any stomach that is hungry. It’s a 9 patty burger with nine slices of cheese, tomato and lettuce. This monster burger was created with Wayback Burger.
The Texas Rangers are at it again. They’re creating foods that everyone has craved. The S’mOreo is exactly what it sounds like. And it’s probably something you’d find at a state fair and we’re not disappointed with it.
Supreme Nacho Dog
Atlanta Braves will be boasting this supreme nacho dog this season. Makes sense, until the half chewed nacho chip slices your esophagus.
“College Daze” Bloody Mary
Do you want some booze and some food well you need the “College Daze” Bloody Mary. If you’re going to be attending any Minnesota Twins games you will be able to enjoy this amazing bloody mary.