You can always fan the craziest foods at your nearest fair. Every year, new items come out that are crazier than the year before. Each fair offers a variety of fried and chocolate covered goodness. Check out these insane foods served up at fairs across the country.
Deep-Fried Sweet Tea
It is true; you can deep-fry anything, even sweet tea! Head on over to the Texas State Fair to get their signature tea served up fried. They somehow brew tea and mix it into a custard filling. It is then coated in Graham cracker crust, deep fried and topped with sweet tea syrup.
Krispy Kreme Hamburger
Alabama offers one of the most intense fair foods. The Krispy Kreme Hamburger is a quarter pound hamburger with bacon, cheese and two glazed Krispy Kremes used as buns. The hamburger has 1,100 calories and 67 grams of fat.
Hot Beef Sunday
You can find a hot beef Sunday at the fair in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Indiana’s Beef Cattle Associated invented this meat style Sunday. It is layered with mashed potatoes, marinated beef, gravy, cheese with corn sprinkled on top with a cherry tomato.
Deep Fried Doritos
It is exactly what is sounds like, Nacho Cheese Doritos covered in battered and then deep-fried to perfection. The chips somehow get lighter and flakier after they are fried and are delicious served up with ranch. You can find this perfect snack at the Orange County Fair.
The fair in West Springfield, Massachusetts serves up fried candy. They take jellybeans, dip them in batter and then deep-fry them. Many say it is like a mix of candy and funnel cake.
Fried Ice Cream Cheeseburger
The fair in Tampa, Florida has a different type of cheeseburger. They take a cheeseburger and top it with deep fried ice cream. It has often been described as a milk shake burger.
Spaghetti and Meatballs on a Stick
Falcon Heights, Minnesota’s fair offers candy apples and camel meat on a stick. But they also offer Spaghetti and meatballs on a stick. They take spaghetti and mix it into a meatball, cook it, batter it, fry it and roll it in marinara sauce then put it on a stick.