Select Burger King locations in Michigan and Maryland are acting as testing grounds for the fast-food chain’s hot dogs and corn dogs. Customers in these areas that are interested in getting a corn dog will be paying $1.49 for it, reports Consumerist.
Burger King’s hot dogs cost a little more at $1.99, but they also include additional toppings, such as ketchup, mustard, onions, and relish. These toppings can be removed and the hot dogs are grilled, which means they are cooked the same way as the chain’s burgers, Consumerist notes.
Burger King isn’t the only restaurant that has been messing with its menu. McDonald’s Corporation’s (NYSE:MCD) has started testing kale in Southern California and Darden Restaurants, Inc.’s (NYSE:DRI) Olive Garden is adding a new breadsticks appetizer and a breadstick sandwich.