Popular Hawaiian cuisine includes SPAM (yes SPAM!), pineapple (duh) and bacon (we assume, because duh, it's bacon). That's why we took three of those ingredients and used them as a cheeseburger toppings. Aloha indeed.
Deep Fried Jellybeans
You certainly won't find this delectable snack during your Halloween trick-or-treating. Even people who avoid black jellybeans will be delighted. (Hot take: black jellybeans are delightful.)
Te-kee-ckles? Te-quick-les? Look, pronounce it however you like, but these fried pickles are breaded, then deep fried and served with a tequila mango sauce, so they are sure to start a party with your tastebuds. Worms not included.
Marge's Donut Sundae
Forget a mask and pads, you'll just need a napkin after you catch this donut shaped like a catcher's mitt. This oversized donut is topped with vanilla ice cream, caramel and chocolate syrups, M&Ms, sprinkles and whipped cream and comes in at just under 3,000 calories. There's a reason Marge's Donut Den is a West Michigan Institution.
Here piggy piggy! Fire-braised pork is topped with bacon and cheddar mac-n-cheese and then rolled into a 12-inch flour tortilla for a savory delight. It's OK to drool.
Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, heaped on a hot dog for a hearty snack. Smother it with peanut butter and no-bean chili, topped with pickles for fun. You may want 1,2,3 more of these before it's all said and done.
Ever wonder how Rocky made it up those stairs so quickly? It's because of the wonderful and nutritious food in Philadelphia. The most famous of which is the cheesesteak, which we've rolled into a burrito with liberal doses of cheese, onions and green peppers and then deep fried. After one of these you'll feel like a champ.
You won't need to surf Nazaré, Portugal to catch this huge wave. This healthy scoop of vanilla ice cream coated in Fruity Pebbles and rolled burrito-style in blue cotton candy will make you want to wave goodbye to your diet.
Twinkie the Pig
Urban legend has it that a Twinkie's shelf life is infinite. But if they were wrapped in bacon and fried - as we like to do - then there's no way they would last that long. Not. A. Chance.
Unicorns may be mythical creatures, but this dessert is the real deal. A cup of cotton candy mixed with rainbow Dippin' Dots and rainbow popcorn to create a kaleidoscope of colorful flavor (and sugar).