Here is a Glazed Doughnut Stuffed With a Cheeseburger

Doughnuts and cheeseburgers aren't exactly the best of friends but, in recent years, they've become at least acquaintances. The world has its share of doughnut burgers, but they all share one thing in common, the doughnut simply replaces the bun. Here is a doughnut that is actually stuffed with ooey, gooey cheeseburger goodness. It's like jelly ... with protein.

Philadelphia's PYT Burger is no stranger to these pages, making something of a habit out of unveiling kooky burgers. This is the only one that doubles as both dinner and dessert, however. The D'oh Nut Burger is essentially a cheeseburger forced inside of a glazed doughnut, with chocolate-covered bacon bits sprinkled on top. Sweet, delicious heart disease. This burger is only available for a limited time, however, so you had better get on it. Either that or you can just buy your own doughnut and wedge a burger inside of it.

For more outrageous doughnut creations, check out a new episode of Donut Showdown tonight at 9pm ET.

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