On a recent stroll down the frozen food aisles of Walmart, we found a peculiar box of microwaveable cheeseburgers that you would find at a county fair: Donut Cheeseburger.
As we sat in morning traffic, the 57 freeway crawling like a complacent toddler, we took joy in the fact that ridiculous food trends were slowly leaking into the frozen dinner world. We now live in a time where a Deep-fried Twinkie and Donut Cheeseburger won't cost you at ticket to the fair. Don't get us started about parking prices.
You just pop them into the microwave for a couple of minutes and you're ready to enjoy this stoner dish in the comfort of your own - well, anywhere with a fridge and microwave. That's the point, right?
The Donut Cheeseburger featured chopped beef steak topped with American cheese, pepper berry bacon jam, and is sandwiched between two donut cake buns.
Upon removal from our beloved microwave, home of many frozen meals, we were surprised by the enticing aroma emanating from the once-frozen sandwich. Hopefully it tasted as good as it smelled, because we'd like to see the best in most packaged foods.
We passed the burgers around the bullpen to see what the brave Foodbeasts who dared to partake had to say:
It's not even a good "2am" food. I don't know who this was made for.
It tasted like a McGriddle, but it was supposed to be a cheeseburger.
It was half-decent stoner food that tasted like couch cushions when sober.
The frozen packaged food item was sold under the Great Value brand and comes in packs of 2. It seems that they're only available at the Walmart Supercenter.