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milkshakes

There’s no place like NYC, and they have the awesome milkshakes to prove it! Black Tap is creating next level milkshakes that are just our kind of crazy.

These milkshakes contain all the best sugary ingredients, from cookies to cotton candy to lollipops and s’mores! This is what dreams are made of.

Check out more examples below.

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Piccolo-Me-Fried-Maltella

Prepare to obsess over the “Fried Maltella”, a giant ball of fried vanilla ice cream, Nutella, crushed Maltesers malt balls and hot, salted caramel sauce.

Unfortunately, the only way to try it is to visit Sydney-based café Piccolo Me, or figure out how to make it yourself.

Eating it will likely spark a massively unhealthy obsession. Not being able to eat it will likely cause you to descend into madness. Either way, it will be your downfall.

Check out a Vine video of the Fried Maltella below, along with more mouth-watering pics—if you can handle it.

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An Australian burger joint called “Ze Pickle” has unveiled a new cheeseburger that brings together a hand-pressed wagyu beef patty, double jack cheese, and Nutella smoked bacon for a taste party held between two glazed donut buns.

Although the ingredient list should be enough to raise massive red flags for dieters and the health conscious, an additional warning is provided by the burger itself, which is appropriately named “Doughnutfukwitdis”.

Check out the full image below.

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Newly minted food blogger “Through the Eyes of My Belly” got off to a good start by utilizing some of the Internet’s favorite food items (bacon, chocolate and booze) in a single recipe.

Her Bacon Shot Glasses were created by wrapping bacon strips around foil molds, baking them solid, coating the interior with chocolate and filling them with a mixture of milk and Kahlúa.

In order to further woo the web, she is offering a step by step that you can find here .

(via Neatorama)

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Yeah, wonderful and horrible at the same time.

During a sauna brainstorming session (where the heat obviously affected their brains), Elie Ayrouth and his bro Matt came up with the idea of transforming an In-N-Out burger into a pie. The mission required a set of 4x4s which were added to the pie crust and formed into cubes for use as a filling (with a batter of beaten eggs and half-and-half cream to work as a binding agent).

See Also: The Entire In-N-Out Secret Menu in One Handy Image

The concoction was baked for 30 minutes, topped with slices of cheese, fries, more cheese, and grilled onions, then baked for another 10 minutes to achieve the desired gooey/crispy texture. After a final topping of In-N-Out spread, it was sliced and consumed. Presumably, nobody died.

See it come together in the video below.

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Despite what their name suggests, Japanese company Bourbon actually specializes in chocolate, and their latest creation has virtually endless possibilities for food artists and chocoholics.

The company has released packs of sliced chocolate called “nama chocolate” that can be sculpted into roses or slapped on sandwiches. Each pack contains five two-millimeter (0.08-inch) thick slices that reportedly offer “a rich, creamy confectionary that’s not as sweet as fudge, but more intense in flavor than ordinary milk chocolate”.

To help get the creative juices flowing, and move some product, the company has released a number of recipes ranging from chocolate banana rolls to crepes and fruit truffles. See the mouth-watering images below for examples.

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PeepMySneaks was clearly dissatisfied with conventional pizza-flavored Goldfish crackers, and decided to create a giant version of his own using, among other things, shredded cheddar cheese, butter, flour, salt and cold water.

The result looks like it would be loaded with flavor and calories, and if you find it appealing, you can create you own. Hit the jump to check out a quick video of the process.

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oreo churros

Up until now, Oreo Churros were something you could only enjoy in public venues. However, bite-sized versions that are actually filled with creme (as opposed to the earlier dippable version) may be lurking in the frozen dessert section of your grocery store as you read this.

They could be there. Right. This. Second.

Assuming you haven’t already bolted for the door, know that the cookies are made with Oreo pieces that are filled with classic creme and topped with crumb sugar. The 10-inch sticks will continue to be exclusively available at sporting venues, movie theaters and the like.

(PR Newswire via Mashable)

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After watching Master sushi chef Hiroyuki Terada perform a work of art in the video below, I’m convinced that a Big Mac is better in sushi form.

Master chef Terada transformed the burgers while still using all of the original ingredients—everything, from the buns to the patty make an appearance in the final dish.

Watch the video after the break..

star wars disneyland treats

Earlier today we posted about Bantha Blue Milk Bread being served at Disneyland. It looked…questionable. That’s not the case with Darth By Chocolate, The Pastry Menace, and the BB-8 crisped rice treat that are also part of the Season Of The Force celebration.

These look amazing.

(via agentm)