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Crazy Foods to Try at the L.A. County Fair

The LA County Fair provided me with compensation for my time. As always, all opinions expressed in this post are mine. 

We’re approaching the final week of the L.A. County Fair! If you don’t want to miss out on all of the fun, be sure to plan your trip by September 24th (the last day)!

Today, I’m going to highlight some of the tasty bites you’ll discover at the fair this year. With so many unique and interesting foods to try, the fair is the perfect place to spend your cheat day!

First up, a cotton candy ice cream sandwich from Chicken Charlie’s. A scoop of vanilla ice cream sits happily between two cotton candy buns. There’s also a sprinkle of Fruity Pebbles cereal added to take this dessert to take it to the next level!

Next, why have regular popcorn when you can rainbow colored Unicorn Nitro Popcorn? This colorful pack of popcorn from Cowboy Kettle Corn is dipped in liquid nitrogen for a look that’s just as magical as a real unicorn!

Feeling extra adventurous? #DareToFair and head to the big red barn and over to the bug tasting bar! Yep, you read that correctly! At Chef Cricket’s Culinary Kitchen you’ll find a variety of tasty freeze-dried or chocolate dipped critters!

Not craving bugs? Don’t worry, the fair also has a lot of indulgent treats that aren’t as crazy! You can indulge in a giant basket of fries (the fries are the basket!), a giant turkey leg, or even a flavor-packed kabob!

In addition to the unique eats I mentioned above, you’ll also be able to find these treats at the fair: enchilada hot dog, funnel cake burrito, fried cookie dough, and so much more!

Part of the fun is discovering new indulgences as you walk through the fair. I once stumbled across a deep-fried Snickers bar that changed my life. It was so gooey ooey good!

Don’t miss out on all this foodie fun! Be sure to get your tickets and head to the L.A. County fair before September 24th!


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