Krispy Kreme Burger: the 'Craz-E Burger' Packs in 1,500 Calories
The "Craz-E Burger", or Krispy Kreme burger, was sold at the West Springfield's agricultural fair "Better Living Center" which ended October 4.
The donuts burger is a bacon cheeseburger with buttered Krispy Kreme glazed donuts as a bun. It is estimated to contain 1,500 calories a piece. With fries and a pop on the side, you are pretty much done for the day in terms of daily calories intake. A total of 17,000 of them were sold at the festival.
Krispy Kreme burger is said to be invented in 2005 by a bar owner in Decatur. Ga.
An online survey on the Krispy Kreme burger is hosted by New York Daily News. As of now, it shows that 65% find the burger disgusting, 8% will split it with friends, and 27% will gladly have one for themselves.
As though an act of defiance against healthy diet, ridiculously high calories cuisines are popping up here and there. Last month we saw deep fried butter in a Texas State Fair, as well as fried coke.