We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about the weirdest fast-food menu items they’ve ever eaten. Here are the wild results.


Pizza Hut – Cheeseburger-Stuffed Crust

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What it was: I love burgers as much as the next person, but Pizza Hut decided to go above and beyond by adding 10 of them to their pizza crust. This was introduced in the Middle East in 2012, and it later expanded to other places, like the UK.



Burger King – Mac ‘n’ Cheetos

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What it was: You know the deal here: Fried mac ‘n’ cheese that’s coated in Cheetos dust. They initially came with a side of ranch for all of your dunking desires. This menu item was added nationwide in 2016, left for a little, but then made a comeback in 2017. They even added a “Flamin’ Hot” coating as well.

—Shannon Sims Smith, Facebook


McDonald’s – Gracoro Burger

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What it was: McDonald’s Japan introduced the Gracoro burger in 2012 (though it did randomly appear on some menus in the ’90s for a few random months). The patty consisted of a breadcrumb crust that was stuffed with macaroni, shrimp, and white sauce.



KFC – Double Down Dog

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What it was: Originally introduced in the Philippines in 2015, the Double Down Dog was basically just a hot dog with fried chicken as the bun. In fact, this was an iteration of their Double Down sandwich: a bacon and cheese sandwich that had two pieces of fried chicken acting as the bread.

—Tee Jay Maligro, Facebook


Taco Bell – Cap’n Crunch Delights

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What it was: Cap’n Crunch Delights were added as a Taco Bell breakfast item in the United States in 2015. They were basically little pastries that were coated in fruity Crunch Berries cereal. The best part? The center was filled with a “sweet milk icing.” I’m drooling.



McDonald’s – Chicken McDo with McSpaghetti

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What it was: This one is pretty self-explanatory: You’ve got a piece of fried chicken and some spaghetti with marinara and cheese. McSpaghetti was actually introduced (and quickly discontinued) in the United States in the 1970s. It was then brought back internationally (specifically in the Philippines) in the early 2010s.



KFC – Cheese Donut

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What it was: KFC Indonesia decided to combine two interesting things in 2013: donuts and cheese. Their standard donut was topped with shredded Swiss and some sprinkled-on cheddar. No comment.



Pizza Hut – Double Sensation

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What it was: The Double Sensation pizza debuted at Pizza Hut locations in Singapore in 2012. It was promoted as a “pizza within a pizza” and actually had two rings of crust on it. The pizza was also topped with several cheeses, veggies, meats (including chicken sausage, turkey, smoked chicken, and ham), and even an Alfredo sauce.

—Jessica Coffey, Facebook


Burger King – Kuro (Black) Ninja Burger

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What it was: In the early 2010s, Burger King Japan based this burger on an anime character. It consisted of two black buns, their regular beef patty, a hash brown, and a special sauce. Oh, and it also had a giant piece of bacon sticking out of it to look like a tongue. So casual.

—AJ Nevills, Facebook


Pizza Hut – Kit Kat Pops

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What it was: Individual Kit Kats that are wrapped and baked in “sweet pizza dough.” This snack was introduced to Pizza Huts in the Middle East in 2012. Sounds delicious, tbh.



McDonald’s – Mashed Potato Beef Burger

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What it was: Mashed potatoes? Good. Burgers? Good. Mix them together? Um… good? McDonald’s China did just that in 2012, and tbh I’d 100% try it. It was also available with or without bacon, because why not?

—Brendan Carey, Facebook


Dunkin’ – Dry Pork and Seaweed Donut

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What it was: Dunkin’ introduced some parts of Asia to their dry pork and seaweed donut in the early 2010s. It’s made with yeast dough, so think of this as more of a savory menu item rather than a sweet or cake-y snack.

—Betty Jane Smith, Facebook


Burger King – Premium Berry Burger

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What it was: It’s exactly what it looks like. Burger King Japan released this burger, which was topped with berries and a sweet cranberry, blueberry, and blackberry sauce. This was a seasonal menu item that was introduced at the end of 2014.

—Debbie Alsip, Facebook


KFC – Popcorn Chicken Nacho Box


KFC – Chizza

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What it was: Some people ask “why?” KFC asks “why not?” They introduced their Chizza – literally just fried chicken with pizza toppings – in the Philippines in 2015. They later expanded to other countries, like India and Thailand, ultimately finding a lot of success throughout Asia.

—Dan Richards, Facebook


Burger King – Angriest Whopper

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What it was: US Burger Kings were introduced to the Angriest Whopper in 2016. Each traditional Whopper patty was sandwiched between two red buns (the buns even had hot sauce baked into them). The rest of the burger was pretty traditional, though they did top it with jalapeños and a spicy sauce.



Taco Bell – Kit Kat Chocodilla

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What it was: The Kit Kat Chocodilla was available in several Taco Bells all around the world, including Australia and Sri Lanka. In 2017, the US adopted this treat, which was basically a tortilla with chocolate and Kit Kat pieces in the middle.

—Mallory Amanda, Facebook


Red Robin – Red Ramen Burger

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What it was: For better or worse, the ramen burger was created in 2013. Red Robin capitalized on this moment by debuting their Red Ramen Burger across the US a few years later. This teriyaki burger had ramen noodle buns instead of bread buns, because why not?



Dunkin’ – Belgian Waffle Breakfast Sandwich

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What it was: Quite fittingly, Dunkin’ released this sandwich in the US on National Waffle Day in 2016. It had bacon, eggs, and American cheese, all sandwiched between two glorious waffles. If you liked regular breakfast sandwiches then there’s no doubt you’d have loved this one.



Pizza Hut – Doritos Pizza

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What it was: In 2014, Pizza Hut decided to make a new crust solely out of Doritos chips, so if you’ve ever wanted to eat pizza and Doritos at the same time, look no further. The crust was also stuffed with mozzarella cheese, in case you needed any other convincing that it’d taste incredible.



Taco Bell – Waffle Taco

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What it was: The year was 2014, and Taco Bell wanted to change the world’s breakfast game. They released their Waffle Taco, a breakfast sandwich that could be served with either bacon or sausage. Not gonna lie, this one sounds pretty good.



Wendy’s – Ghost Pepper Fries

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What it was: Wendy’s debuted their spiciest fries yet at some locations in the US in 2016. Not only did they smother their fries with shredded cheese and a cheese sauce, but they also added diced jalapeños and a special ghost pepper sauce on top. Yes, please!



And McDonald’s – Lobster Rolls

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What it was: After being gone for more than a decade, lobster rolls were added to certain McDonald’s menus in the Northeast in 2016. These lobster rolls are a summer staple at locations in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, and they even come with individual lemon slices.


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