Disney's Bizarre New Corn Dog Has People Talking

There's two things you definitely have to do while visiting a Disney park — go on their incredible rides and try some of their delicious food. Part of the fun of visiting Disney World or Disneyland is taking Instagram-worthy photos of you snacking on some tasty Mickey-shaped ice cream sandwiches, waffles, pretzels, and Rice Krispy Treats. The park also touts some refreshing Dole Whips and, of course, its famous heart-stopping turkey legs.

If you aren't familiar with the Disney parks' layouts, making a list of the best restaurants and food stands to visit is a must to make sure you get the full foodie experience. Afterall, there are more than 200 places to get food at Disney World alone, according to Touring Plans. And now, to add to that long Disney foods bucket list, the parks have debuted a new type of corn dog — and its odd combination of ingredients is turning heads.

What makes Disney's corn dog so strange

You can find the unconventional corn dog in Disneyland's Downtown District at Blue Ribbon Corn Dogs Cart, according to Disney Parks Blog. The dog we're talking about is called the "Pickle Corn Dog," and it's a "panko-crusted dill pickle corn dog served with a side of peanut butter." In other words, it's a hot dog on a stick wrapped in a pickle that's been stuffed inside deep-fried panko-crusted cornmeal with some peanut butter for dipping on the side. We know, that's a mouthful — literally. We also know that you're probably wondering why someone would want to combine pickles and peanut butter in the first place.

We wanted to see what other Disney fans thought of the new corn dog combo — and Reddit did not disappoint. "You might be surprised how good peanut butter works in this context," one user said. "I hate pickles but I recently had a burger with fries, pickles, and PB and it was insanely good." Another user added, "I'm intrigued. I can't even begin to imagine what it tastes like but I really want to try it because it sounds so absurd." As for the rest of the comments? They're pretty evenly split between remarks of disgust and genuine curiosity. So, would you try out the controversial combo?