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Chicken pot pie is a wonderful comfort food, but put it in a cone and it becomes adorable. It’s actually fairly easy to make, requiring just store bought pie crust and a cone mold. You just wrap the crust around the mold and bake it at 400 degrees for ten minutes. Next you take it out, add the filling, and cook it another ten minutes right side up and you’re ready to eat.

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Oh Wonut, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Sprinkled, frosted, Red Velvet, chocolate, or glazed? I don’t know, but I need these things in my face.

Sadly, it’s not available in L.A., but if you’re in Chicago, you can get them now at Waffles Cafe.

I’m just going to post the pictures after the break. Enjoy them. I know I did.

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While I tend to shy away from Krispy Kremes in general (I mean, it’s tough to eat just one!), the company’s latest creation is a little hard to resist. In Japan, Krispy Kreme chains are unveiling the Doughnut Ice Cream Sundae.

There are two types that will be offered: a caramel and yogurt version, which features a doughnut covered with ice cream and sprinkled with caramel corn, toasted almonds and yogurt (the non-frozen variety), and a “healthier” version which features yogurt, blueberry sauce and granola toppings. The sundaes will be available in July.

(Krispy Kreme Japan via Rocket News via The Consumerist)

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Behold the pizza cake, brainchild of Canadian chain Boston Pizza and part of their “Pizza Game Changers“ social media campaign. Basically, their promise is “if you like it, we will make it”.

Other Boston Pizza innovations include a gas-powered pizza cutter, pizza mints, and even pizza tacos (pictured after the break). But I think this pizza cake, which they say is “great for birthdays, bar mitzvahs, weddings, and even lonely nights watching infomercials”, may be the greatest of all.

If the commercial after the break is any indication of this company’s commitment to making a name for themselves, I think it’s gonna work..

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When hot dogs are grilled just right, they can be a treat beyond comparison. The experience only gets better when you wrap them with bacon. But what about ditching the bread bun and replacing it with more meat? It doesn’t hurt to try, and The Vulgar Chef dove right in. He split a bacon cheddar sausage down the middle and sandwiched a bacon wrapped hot dog in it. I have two words for this: Oh. My.

(via Gizmodo)

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First, Pizza Hut in the UK and Canada unveiled the hot dog stuffed crust pizza. Not to be outdone, Pizza Hut in New Zealand stepped it up a notch this year with the Chili Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza.

The crust features hot dogs with chili sauce (think: chili cookout kind of chili) embedded with little pieces of cheese. The pizza comes with ketchup and mustard packets too. If you’re not that into chili, They also carry a Cheesy Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza with sweet tomato mustard sauce. Oh gosh, I think I can hear my cholesterol levels rising as we speak.

(Pizza Hut NZ via Brandeating)

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These delicious treats are the brainchild of Melanie Makes. They’re made by wrapping peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough in a wonton wrapper and then frying them up to serve with powdered sugar. There’s also a side of chocolate ganache and she says a scoop of vanilla ice cream would work, too.

(Tasteologie via Neatorama)

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Blue milk is one thing, but blue chicken? Yuck. California-based photographer Lawrie Brown painted all sorts of common, everyday food items extremely bright colors in her photo series, “Colored Foods.” The resulting garishly colored foods don’t look very tasty, but they sure are eye-catching to say the least.

Take a look at some more colorful food after the break…

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This towering sandwich has a food for every single letter of the alphabet stacked between two pieces of bread. It was made by Nick Chipman of Dude Foods who also built the McEverything sandwich with one of every McDonald’s sandwich.

See what it includes after the break…

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This dish is sort of like turducken but without any of the pesky healthy bits like turkey or chicken. It’s the mad creation of Mirko over at Fat and Tasty and it looks delicious. He took a hot dog, put it in a bun, and then wrapped the whole thing in sausage. Next he wrapped that in a lattice of bacon with a little tomato paste and some gouda cheese. Mirko cooked it all in the oven, and now we have a whole new treat that you don’t have to wait until Thanksgiving to eat.

(The Vulgar Chef via Neatorama)