The Cleveland Indians Unveil Mac and Cheese-Covered Hot Dog, Topped with Froot Loops
This may sound like an April Fools' Day joke, but it's oh so real. And so far, the early reviews say that the "Slider Dog" is fantastic.
The Cleveland Indians announced the craziest new baseball food item of the year last week. They're selling a hot dog with three toppings: Bacon, mac-and-cheese, and Froot Loops.
The hot dog creation comes from Progressive Field's newest vendor, Happy Dog.
I thought it was an April Fool’s joke but quickly discovered it is not. Happy Dog is real. They’ve got two locations in Cleveland where they serve hot dogs with a variety of toppings. Some of them are new takes on classic hot dog add-ons (white beer cheese fondue, French Brie), others are more out-of-the-box (SpaghettiOs, chunky peanut butter, Froot Loops).