2017 was hard for many reasons, but we didn’t expect food to be one of them. Regrettably, here we are.
Don’t believe me? Have a peek at this year creations — anything from chicken bath bombs to chicken coffee. This season all of that really happened, and they were the worst.
Take a peek at a few of these atrocities that fast food firms rolled out in this sad, sad year.
1. Volcano Crispy Chicken Chips
Taco Bell analyzed out these hot triangular fried chicken chips from the Knoxville, Tennessee, area around January.
They are chips. Made of chicken.
2. The Naked Chicken Chalupa
About a week after, they announced a chicken shell.
3. Naked Chicken Chips aka Nuggets
Seconds after, Taco Bell released the chip edition of this Naked Chicken Chalupa that was basically chicken nuggets with their signature Nacho cheese skillet.
4. Sweet & Crunchy Tenders
Popeyes introduced their Sweet & Crunchy Tenders made with shortbread cookie coating.
5. Lucky Charms Shake
Burger King introduced this sweet shake made of soft vanilla ice cream, syrup, and Lucky Charms.
6. Minions Everything
McDonald’s released Minion-themed food and toys in Singapore places. That included banana ice cream potatoes chicken nuggets, and banana dish.
Make it end.
7. Zinger Meteorite
KFC’s specialization website, KFC Limited, was selling a $20,000 meteorite formed just like a Zinger Chicken Sandwich.
8. Firecracker Burrito
Taco Bell introduced the Firecracker Burrito which is composed of rice, cheese, beef, tortilla strips, and hot pop rocks. Yes, as from the candy.
9. Naked Egg Taco
Taco Bell always pushes the bar with bizarre foods and now it was a fried egg for a shell.
You might quite readily, consider this.
It is because that is what.
After testing it out in the United Kingdom, Taco Bell introduced the Kit Kat Quesadilla to the U.S.
11. KFC Bath Bombs
KFC gave away 100 fried chicken-scented bathroom bombs in Japan.
12. Rick and Morty’s Szechuan sauce
13. Buffalo-flavored latte
Tim Hortons released a “zesty buffalo seasoning” coffee drink in two shops in Buffalo, New York.
McDonald’s tested out their very own vegan hamburger at Tampere, Finland.
OK, this one does not seem so bad.
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