No, that’s not your standard Oreo. That’s a chocolate and stout sandwich cookie that was made by Redditor hensandchicas. Apparently, the recipe was adapted from this one, and switched things up by using “1 tbsp of molasses and the rest using stout to measure 1/3 cup”, using coarse sugar instead of granulated sugar and “winging” the filling with “1 cup softened unsalted butter, pinch of kosher salt, 1-2 cups powdered sugar, 2-3 tbsp stout until it tasted good.”

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These ridiculously cute Jawa brownies are the work of Yummy Crumble (who also made that Sarlacc bunt cake we posted last month) and they’re perfect for the Christmas season. They’re super easy to make and start with your favorite boxed brownie mix. Once they’re baked, let them cool and use a Jawa cookie cutter to cut them out and give them their faces. Melt some chocolate flavored with a little peppermint extract, add yellow icing eyes, and you’ve got the cutest brownies in the galaxy.

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baymax cake pops

From the moment I first saw Big Hero 6’s Baymax, I knew he was made to be turned into adorable edibles. The latest dessert to feature the inflatable robot is from Nerdache Cakes: Baymax cake pops! I want to hug them before eating them. Ant goes through the step-by-step for making the treats, and it doesn’t seem too difficult. Well, at least the version without armor doesn’t.

Watch the how-to after the break.

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Gil Scout cookies are one of the most addictive substances on Earth, and now they’ve been turned into delicious shots. Trefoils, Samoas, Dosisdos, and Thin Mints have all gotten boozy in these recipes that sound pretty darn good. It’s still months before any of us will get our cookies, so this ought to make the time pass a little more quickly.

Check out the video after the break for the full recipes.

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Pizza made with Rice Krispie Treat crust? Sure, why not—there aren’t any rules when it comes to making food anymore. It was created by John Farrier for his ongoing food series over at Neatorama called, Don’t Eat That, John!

If you’d like to learn more about how this delicious dish was made, head on over to Neatorama.


The cold weather is officially here and there’s no better way to warm up than with a nice mug of hot chocolate. If you’re tired of the same old thing, try one of these variations to make your favorite warm-up drink all new again. There’s everything from pumpkin spice to Nutella to lavender so you’re sure to find one you love.

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grilled cheese doughnuts

Imagine this: melted cheese in between layers of flaky crescent dough in the shape of a doughnut. It sounds like heaven, right? Amy of Oh Bite It made it happen.

The recipe requires a few ingredients and little elbow grease. You’ll need cheese slices (she recommends Velveeta), Pillsbury crescent dough, round cookie cutters, and oil for frying. So simple and yet so perfect.

Get all the instructions and see more sexy food pictures at Oh Bite It.


This is a case of creating food that really does look too good to eat. It’s an incredible Mockingjay fruit pie with a bird made from pie crust and a sugar cookie arrow. If you think this looks impossibly difficult to make—don’t worry. The following video gives you step-by-step instructions.

They’ve also created a stencil for the bird’s body and its wings that you can download for free.

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There are so many things you can do with ramen, but most of those things create savory dishes. This time it’s something sweet with a doughnut/ramen mashup called the Ramnut. I can’t believe it took this long for someone to make it happen. Kudos to Culinary Bro-Down.

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Talk about the ultimate breakfast recipe! If you’re a fan of pizza and waffles, then you’ll most definitely love this super easy recipe by Holly Lofthouse for pizza-stuffed waffles. She used canned biscuit dough to make the waffles, adding a little pocket in each biscuit for some cheese and pepperoni slices.

If you’d like to check out the full recipe, head on over to Pillsbury.

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