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This was an exceptional year in delightfully bizarre junk food offerings. With a few exceptions, we would never want to consume any of them. But they represent what makes America so great. Behold!

Arby's Pumpkin Cheesecake Shake

We officially named this the most disgusting-sounding pumpkin-flavored item of 2015.

Arby's via PRNewswire

Nature's Promise Pumpkin Spice Chicken Sausage

A runner up for grossest pumpkin spice item.

Starbucks' peanut butter and jelly sandwich

How old do they think we are?

Starbucks

Buffalo Wild Wings' Mountain Dew-Flavored Wings

NOPE.

Pringle's Salted Caramel Flavor

NOPE.

Canada's 'All-Dressed' Ruffles Come to America

The biggest NOPE here. As I explained, this flavor is an abomination.

McDonald's terrifying 48-count Chicken McNugget bucket

Officially McDonald's largest single-order McNugget package. Only available in Japan.

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Pizza Hut's 'Triple Treat Box'

America in a crate.

IHOP's terrifying Halloween pancakes

LOOK AT THE EYES

Olive Garden's terrifying kids menu characters

LOOK AT THE EYES.

And last but not least, the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup burger, a burger filled with Reese's.

You can get it in Canada.

The Works

Here's to 2016 and the food-shaped terror it is destined to bring.

Rob covers business, economics and the environment for Fusion. He previously worked at Business Insider. He grew up in Chicago.