The Kansas City Chiefs player is bringing seven dishes inspired by Kansas City barbecue to Walmart
The Kansas City Chiefs tight end released a line of barbecue products called Travis Kelce’s Kitchen that is now exclusively available at select Walmart locations across the country.
The line of seven dishes can be found in the refrigerator aisle at Walmart, a representative confirmed to PEOPLE. The dishes are a mix of entrees and sides that are inspired by the flavors of Kansas City.
The football player’s food line includes two types of macaroni and cheese, one featuring bacon and the other featuring brisket burnt ends, and two types of baked beans, again featuring the burnt ends and also a version with sausage.
In addition to the sides, Travis Kelce’s Kitchen sells both slices of brisket and its burnt ends in barbecue sauce for a main course — or shoppers can opt for the sausage and meatball marinara with peppers and onions for a different flavor profile.
Travis and his brother Jason Kelce often share their passion for food on their podcast, New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce. (They primarily cover sports, but also occasionally discuss Travis' budding romance with popstar Taylor Swift.)
In a recent clip shared to Instagram, the two talked about their love of Dippin’ Dots. Jason fawned about the flash-frozen treat, calling it the “ice cream of the future that has been the ice cream of the future now for 40 years.”
Travis agreed, and even revealed that Patrick Mahomes has a freezer for Dippin’ Dots in his garage.
In an earlier episode of the podcast, Jason posed the question, “What’s your favorite fast food burger?”
Travis told his brother, “I think Burger King has the best fast food burger.” Jason excitedly responded: “Dude, I’ve been saying that for years,”
“I’ve never heard you talk about Burger King outside of the Burger King hands,” said the Kansas City Chiefs player, but Jason quickly praises both the Whopper and the double Whopper with cheese, saying it’s “the best.”
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