Taco Bell’s Cheetos Quesadilla. Just when you thought that Taco Bell couldn’t get any cheaper they decided to stuff cheese flavored packing foam into their food.
Pizza Hut’s Stuffed Garlic Knot Pizza. Pizza hut decided to prove that two rights make a wrong in combining their stuff crusted pizza and their garlic knot pizza. This horror only lasted a few weeks on the menu.
The Taco Bell KitKat Quesadilla. Man…Taco Bell had a rough year with these horrors. What could have been a fantastic desert of chocolate on a tortilla ended up being a nightmare because some Taco Bell exec thought that KitKats would go great with cheese.
Jack in The Box’s Curly Fry Sirracha Burger. This monster combined every buzzword on the Jack in the Box menu althought admittedly it was the best tasting thing on here.
Red Robin Ramen Burger. Red Robin decided to ride the trendy of Asian ramen and made this disgusting burger of deep fried ramen buns and asian slaw on a burger! EW!
Carl’s Jr Budweiser Beer Burger. Carl’s Jr wanted a burger that screamed MURICA but they also wanted to get paid, so they worked with Budwesier to create a burger with a beer and cheese sauce. As if their cheese wasn’t low quality enough!
Wendy’s Tacolicious Taco Salad. Wendy’s isn’t exactly known for fresh high-quality ingredients, which is why it was a terrible idea to feature a taco salad that was supposed to be filled with fresh tomatoes lettuce and guac. Instead you got crushed tortilla chips with a dollop of brown guac and tomatoes that would make a grown man cry.
Dunkin Donughts breakfast waffle sandwhich. Not going to lie this monster was pretty tasty and if it was covered in syrup it would be a sticky slice of heaven.
Wendy’s Sirracha Spicy Chicken – another buzzword burger set to have you running to the bathroom. As if that didn’t happen often enough at wendys.
Burger King’s Mac and Cheetos. As if fast food fried mac and cheese nuggets weren’t bad enough Burger King decided to coat the outside in deep fried cheetos dust and use their artificial cheese flavor….
Wendy’s Ghost Pepper Fries. If you aren’t familiar with a ghost pepper consider yourself lucky. It’s a pepper so hot that they don’t even eat it in countries where they eat spicy peppers all day. Wendy’s decided it’d be great to smother their fries in a cheesy ghost pepper sauce – needless to say there was not a lot of repeat business.
Burger King’s Angriest Whopper. Apparently marketing execs are well aware that if you tell a guy that the new item on your menu is the spiciest thing he’ll ever eat, then when he is drunk with his buddy’s at 2AM he just has to buy one of them. That’s the only reason I can think of that BK would dish out this horror that had you clung to the toliet for days.
McDonald’s Matcha Flurry. “Everyone is going crazy for matcha tea? Better freeze it and blend it into a snot colored McFlurry for cash!” –McDonald’s Exec probably…
Taco Bell’s Cap’N Crunch Delight. The most confusing part about this mini-donught stuffed with icing and Captain Crunch is why the hell its a donught instead of a churro?
Burger King Whopperito. Burger King wasn’t doing well with the South of the Border audience and so some white guy in suit decided to stuff it into a burrito.
McDonald’s Nutella Burger. After hearing that Tim Horton’s had a major success with a Nutella partnership in Canada, McDonald’s Italy wanted in on the action so they made the Nutella burger which is just nutella in between McDonald’s burger buns…Nothing quite as good as enjoying an overprice chocolate spread on the cheapest bun around.