A Look at the Most Vile Discontinued Fast Food Items

By Jack Ripley | November 28, 2023

The Vulcan Pizza From Nya Gul & Blå

Welcome to our gallery exploring a nostalgic journey through the intriguing world of discontinued fast-food items that pushed the boundaries of what customers wanted to eat. There's a chance that you remember some of these items but consider yourself lucky if these passed you by. Join us as we delve deeper into the stories behind these discontinued fast-food items, reminiscing about the flavors, controversies, and memories they created. Continue reading to uncover more intriguing tales from the world of fast food innovation and share in the nostalgia that these remarkable creations evoke.

Indulge your curiosity and continue reading to discover more about these unforgettable fast-food items that challenged conventions and captured our attention. Explore the unique stories and flavors that defined a generation. Let's embark on this nostalgic and calorie-filled journey together.

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Swedish-based pizzeria Nya Gul & Blå created a unique offering that aims to satisfy diverse cravings all in one go. Known as the Vulcan Pizza, this overwhelming creation takes the concept of "stuffed pizza" to a whole new level. The pizza is crafted in the shape of a star, with each point stuffed with various toppings, ranging from steak and bacon to mushrooms and cheese. Interestingly, at the center of the star lies a salad that isn't as exciting as the rest of the toppings. Adding to the medley of flavors, a generous serving of greasy French fries and accompanying dipping sauces crown the cucumber and lettuce shreds. Priced at $14, customers were given the opportunity to customize each of the Vulcan's "pockets," potentially elevating the flavor profile beyond the standard version.

Tim Hortons Buffalo Crunch Donut

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Following the mixed reception of the Buffalo Latte, Tim Hortons decided to push the boundaries even further by introducing new items featuring buffalo sauce. Exclusive to the New York State Fair in Syracuse, one particular creation stole the spotlight: a pastry conceived by Anthony McEachern, who crafts a unique donut for Tim Hortons and the fair annually. In 2014, McEachern surpassed expectations by embracing the iconic Buffalo sauce from upstate New York.

The yeast donut receives a light glaze of the hot sauce, serving as its base, and is then garnished with crumbled Buffalo kettle chips. At the center of the donut, there's a reservoir of Buffalo sauce resembling a frosting, with fragments of tortilla chip jutting out. The design of the donut allows it to be easily torn into small morsels, facilitating dipping into the pool of Buffalo sauce.

In an interview with Fast Company, a Buffalo native acknowledged that while the combination may seem odd, it isn't entirely illogical given the prevalence of Tim Hortons in Buffalo. However, despite the rationale, the prospect of experiencing this particular creation doesn't evoke a sense of regret for missing out on it.