These adorable Harley Quinn cookie pops are the work of Etsy seller Maria Baeza. They’re handmade cookies that measure about 3.5″ and are each individually wrapped to keep them fresh. She sells them in dozens which will take about three weeks to arrive at your door from the time you order.
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Krispy Kreme has given us all another reason to flock to their stores with the introduction of two new limited-edition donuts based on pie. First, there’s Caramel Dutch Apple Pie with an apple cinnamon filling covered in caramel icing, streusel topping and a dollop of apple cinnamon filling. Then there’s Key Lime Pie which has a key lime custard filling covered with key lime icing and graham crumbles. If you want to try them, better act fast because they’re only here through May 18th.
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If you like your Udon noodles thick and savory, you may want to make it your mission in life to visit Tawaraya in Kyoto, Japan.
They literally make their udon noodles so thick, there’s only room in the bowl for one long noodle.
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If you live in Los Angeles, we may have just discovered the most amazing and insane donut shop on the planet. Your waistline it doomed.
The Glazed Donut Bistro in West Hollywood has taken donuts to the next level with things like a Fried Chicken Beignet, a Monte Cristo Donut, a Blackberry Mojito donut, and a delectable Sympathy For The Devil’s Food Cake donut.
Head after the break for more pictures and try not to drool on the keyboard.
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You can learn how to make your own at Just Jenn Recipes.
Kraft Macaroni and Cheese has brought Vanilla Ice’s “Go Ninja Go” from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze back to promote their newest TMNT pasta shapes.
Ice is, apparently, a huge fan of the Turtles and loves himself some Kraft Macaroni and Cheese. He seems to be super jazzed to be doing this commercial.
As Chester Cheetah would say “It ain’t easy, bein’ cheesy”.
You can find the commercial and a couple of other Vanilla Ice Ninja inspirations after the break.
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Beer bread is delicious and so are buffalo wings, so putting the two together has got to be good. Buffalovin’ Wing beer bread mix combines the two so all you have to do is add your favorite beer. Now, just imagine serving your buffalo beer bread with actual buffalo wings. Wait, don’t do that, you might cause some weird temporal rift that will destroy us all.
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