Baseball Team Combines Krispy Kreme Doughnut, Hot Dog, Bacon & Jelly To Create Our Nightmare

Delaware's minor league baseball team debuted a doughnut-hotdog hybrid today.

Delaware’s minor league baseball team partnered with Krispy Kreme to debuted a doughnut-hot dog hybrid today.

Last year, San Diego County Fair vendor, Charlie’s Chicken, introduced the world to the triple cheeseburger on Krispy Kreme buns. While just looking at photos of the sandwich made our arteries cry for help, a minor league baseball team in Delaware is giving the restaurant a run for its money by taking consumers’ other favorite summer food, hot dogs, and creating the Krispy Kreme Donut Dog.

The Wichita Eagle reports that the Wilmington Blue Rocks partnered with Krispy Kreme to construct what basically amounts to a pork-flavored jelly doughnut.

The Krispy Kreme Donut Dog (not its permanent name) is comprised of a ballpark hot dog nestled inside a donut, topped with bacon and raspberry jelly.

https://twitter.com/WilmBlueRocks/status/575628560301428737

Although the hot dog-doughnut hybrid doesn’t look very appetizing, one person who tried it shared a positive reaction.

Not exactly pleased with the current name for the meal, the Blue Rocks – Class A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals – are hosting a Name That Doughnut contest.

Among the contest prizes? Fifty dollars in BlueRockBucks to be used to buy the Donut Dog, the Wichita Eagle reports. No word on how much the dogs cost or if any of those Bucks can be used for other concession stand treats.

KC Royals affiliate Wilmington Blue Rocks unveils new doughnut dog [The Wichita Eagle]