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The Bisnut Makes It Easier To Eat A Biscuit And Donut At The Same Time

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The Bisnut is brought to you by Carl's Jr. (Photo by keenanpepper via the Creative Commons on Flickr)
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Sorry guys, these food mashups aren’t going anywhere any time soon. Carl’s Jr. is the latest place to try their hand at squashing two foods together to make a new one. Behold: The Bisnut, a biscuit crossed with a doughnut:

The fast-food chain confirmed it’s testing the Bisnut at a few locations in Huntington Beach, the Los Angeles Times reported. They’re available in white or chocolate icing with sprinkles and go for 99 cents, or in packs of two for $1.89.

At least they’re not pretending it’s a ripoff of the Cronut. Carl's Jr. Chief Marketing Officer Brad Hale said the new snack was inspired by other food mashups:

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"Since we have our signature Made from Scratch Biscuit dough in all of our restaurants, we tried making donuts out of it, and they tasted great," he said in a statement.

Actually, Carl’s Jr.’s been hip to the trends for a while—last year, they started making Pop-Tart ice cream sandwiches, and before that there was the ice cream burger. Whatever, it’s gotta be better than the Doritos Locos taco.