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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It’s back! Starting on April 21, KFC is reintroducing the infamous Double Down, the fairly intense bun-less, double-chicken fillet sandwich that baffles and frightens vegetarians around the world. It’s been around since 2010, but U.S. availability has been limited in recent years.
On a side note, the return of the Double Down will likely take a little wind out of Domino’s sails after they recently introduced a monster chicken dish of their own: a pizza with fried chicken instead of a crust.
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)
The Big Boss is one of KFC latest creations, and it’s basically a double-decker burger with fried chicken filets instead of beef. But hey… doesn’t it look familiar? Oh, yeah, that’s because he’s basically a copy of McDonald’s Big Mac.
Of course, KFC isn’t the only fast food chain out there to put their own spin on a Big Mac. However, don’t expect to see the Big Boss anytime soon–it’s currently only available in Canada. But if things go well, there’s a good chance it will end up in the states.
What happens when you combine ice cream with a donut? Ok, you get a delicious mess. Let’s rephrase the question: What happens when you successfully and neatly combine a donut with ice cream?
You get a “milky bun.” Sounds icky, I know, but stay with me here.
This interesting sweet treat was created by the folks at Afters, an Orange County-based ice cream shop. Afters is run by Andy Nguyen (CEO of IM King) and Scott Nghiem (the Owner of Thorocraft footwear), and the milky bun is their pride an joy–it’s basically a glazed bun that’s stuffed with your preferred ice cream.
The process is pretty simple: You pick your ice cream, and then the folks behind the counter use a special waffle-iron press to seal your favorite ice cream inside a bun. The result is, as you might suspect, quite an experience for your taste buds. The flavors run the gamut: they have everything from “cookie monster” to mint chocolate and even jasmine milk tea.
The wondrous things they do with Doritos will never cease. This time it’s Dorito Loaded which were spotted at a 7-Eleven in Washington, D.C. by Kevin Cobb. He bought the creation which looks to be a cheese triangle covered with Dorito breading and then fried.
Cobb told Yahoo “they tasted like Nacho Cheese Doritos dipped in queso.” He also noted that they were good enough to consider buying again.
7-Eleven says the product is in testing right now but won’t say if or when it’ll roll out in other areas.
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It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday and that means parties with the tastiest, most delicious, incredibly bad for you treats. A perfect example is Doritostix which consist of homemade cheese sticks filled with pepper jack cheese and coated in Doritos. Instructables user Pat Sheldon explains her creation:
When combined together in your mouth, you basically get the sensation of crispy Doritos and creamy cheese with a kick. I guarantee it will be the first item grabbed at your Superbowl party, and will be gone in 10 min or less depending on how many hungry fans are there.
You can read the detailed instructions here and then whip up a batch for your friends. Just be sure to make enough for everyone.
Gaze upon a burger that consists of two peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that have been battered in kettle chips and deep fried. The patty is also marinated in bananas and sriracha (because SRIRACHA!), and for the pièce de résistance, there’s bacon too.
PYT in Philadelphia is offering this crazy monstrosity. So buy your plane tickets now and get your cholesterol tested, ’cause it’s time to head on over to Philly! Who’s with me?! Let’s go! I’ll be waiting in the car.
(Foodiggity via Neatorama)
If you’ve ever slathered peanut butter onto a slice of bread just out of the toaster, you know that melted and gooey peanut butter is like eating liquid gold. It’s messy but totally worth it. So, imagine rolling cubes of peanut butter that have been frozen in an ice cube tray, wrapping them in a piece of white bread, then throwing them in the deep fryer. You get a crunchy breading with an ooey-gooey center of deliciousness. Take it over the top by dipping it in grape jelly. Yeah, my mouth is watering.
Get more details and instructions at Dude Foods.
It’s hard to imagine improving upon Oreos. They are one of the most perfect and satisfying snack foods – at least, that’s what I thought until I had them deep fried for the first time. Dude Foods is taking it a step further by deep frying just the Oreo cookie filling. You’ve got to commit to making them because it involves removing the filling from an entire package of cookies. Then you make balls with that filling, cover it in crushed cookies from the same package, and deep fry them. It sounds melt-in-your-mouth delicious.
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