Food News: Baja Dog from Sonic

The Fourth of July is right around the corner, and you know what that means. Hot Dogs! Looks like Sonic is building off the success of their spring release of their four, regionally inspired hot dogs and adding a new addition to the all-beef hotdog menu this July: The Baja Dog.

This dog’s got bite. With melty pepper jack, tomatoes, chopped onions and spicy jalapenos in a poppy seed bun, the Baja Dog for $1.99. Summer’s heating up. Get your hands on one today or try the rest of our Premium Beef Hot Dog lineup, all made with 100% pure beef.
The new hot dog comes in at 440 calories and 26 grams of fat (10 saturated). And for those of you looking to grab something during your morning commute, Sonic’s also added a new breakfast burrito to the lineup in the form of the Flamin’ Breakfast Burrito. It’s stuffed with bacon, crunchy jalepenos, cheese sauce, eggs, and onions, it clocks in at 720 calories and 48 grams of fat (13 saturated). Both items are available for a limited time only.

9 comments on “Food News: Baja Dog from Sonic

  1. Nickki says:

    *cheese sauce, not cheese cause

  2. Jeff says:

    440 calories for one hotdog? what kind of madness is this?

    • Adam says:

      Hey, it could be worse. It could be one of those 1000+ lb fully loaded burgers. Sonic has pretty much nothing healthy and good on their menu, IMHO

      • raiders757 says:

        Very true Adam, but one thing Sonic is good for, is that they sell their awesome ice by the bag. It’s a must have item after a trip to the liquor store, so at least there is one good reason to have a Sonic located somewhere near your home.

  3. Manavee says:

    My problem with these hot dogs is the bun. The bun itself actually has a nice softness to it, but it’s just too much bread. It overwhelms the dog. So, if they’re using the same bun as their other specialty dogs, count me out.

    Both those loaded burgers, while incredibly unhealthy, were actually very good I thought.

  4. J.B. says:

    Their Chicago dog is not bad, but they use the wrong pickles and they need to also add the celery salt, but it is decent and a decent value.

    I would not mind trying this one either though.

  5. Y2JosHBK says:

    A fantastic hotdog. In fact, all of the premium dogs are top of the line. If you can’t enjoy one of these, you have broken taste buds. FACT

  6. BikerGuy says:

    Disappointment!!! Plain hotdog with a couple of so so toppings. I can get these all day long at the corner convenience store for a buck each.

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