YouTuber “HellthyJunkFood” has recreated a Canadian favorite in the form of Bacon Wrapped Deep Fried Poutine.
For the uninitiated, Poutine consists of French fries and cheese curds topped with a light brown gravy. As the name confirms, this incarnation includes a date with bacon and the fryer and reportedly packs a whopping 1,300 calories.
Check out the mouthwatering video below to see it come together. [click to continue…]
We’ve seen edible Dragon Balls before, but this Jell-O version is easy enough for anyone to make.
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Cheese fanatics have no doubt already heard about, and possibly eaten, Burger King’s Mac ‘n’ Cheetos, which is essentially mac n’ cheese covered with Cheetos dust.
Now, HellthyJunkFood is offering their own twist on the concoction, combining hand-shredded sharp cheddar, Velveeta, mascarpone and macaroni with two flavors of Cheetos, which is then dropped in a deep fryer.
The result, dubbed “Deep Fried Mac & Cheddar Mascarpone Velveeta Extra Flaming Hot Cheetos” packs a bigger name and bigger calorie count, but no doubt bigger taste as well.
Watch the creative process in the video below. [click to continue…]
Using Game of Thrones book series A Song Of Ice And Fire as inspiration, Cocktail Chemistry created a themed drink that is simultaneously frozen and flaming.
As you’ll see in the video below, the recipe requires a delicate hand, patience and caution. It will also give you a brief, entertaining show before it helps get you bombed. [click to continue…]
In an effort to bring the world food as it was in the 18th century, YouTuber Jonathan Townsend has recreated fried chicken using an old English recipe from 1736.
Sourced from Nathan Bailey’s Dictionarium Domesticum, the preparation differs from present-day fried chicken in virtually every way, though the results look the same. Instead of a typical buttermilk-based marinade, this recipe involves a three hour soak in lemon juice and malt vinegar, and replacing wet and dry breading with a single-step application of flour and white wine.
As for the frying itself, is is believed that lard or or clarified butter were typically used in place of vegetable oil.
Check out the recipe below. [click to continue…]
Despite the recent move to offer all-day breakfast, McDonald’s still isn’t selling items like the Sausage McGriddle and Bacon Egg & Cheese Biscuits in the afternoon. If you’re someone who can’t make it out of bed in time, HellthyJunkFood has a solution.
The channel’s latest video teaches how to make 10 favorites from the menu at home, including the Sausage Biscuit, Sausage McMuffin, Sausage Burrito, Sausage Egg McMuffin, Hash Browns, Egg McMuffin, Big Breakfast with Hot Cakes, McGriddles, Steak Egg and Cheese Bagel and the Bacon Egg and Cheese Bagel. As if that’s not enough, side by side nutrition comparisons are also provided, as is a price comparison.
Indeed, these recipes are actually cheaper and healthier than they are at McDondald’s.
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Want to make some octopus shaped pancake weenie nuggets? Of course you do. Who in their right mind wouldn’t?
For the curious, these are essentially reduced scale corn dogs made with mini sausages and pancake batter which are fried and shaped like octopuses that smile and stare blankly while preparing to meet their end in your mouth.
The creation of the nuggets is pretty straightforward and covered in the video below. [click to continue…]
That must be a damn good chocolate chip cookie recipe. If you try and make them yourself, make sure to omit the hair.
Redditor Rudecarp notes that the tattoo belongs to a guy he met on a breast cancer walk that calls himself “Mango”. If you want to see how the finished product looks, check out the picture below. [click to continue…]
Instagram user sobeautifullyraw is responsible for these friggin’ gorgeous Cosmic Vegan donuts, and she was kind enough to share the recipe!
Check that out along with an additional pic below. [click to continue…]
The mad mixologists at Above Average recently whipped up a slew of summery cocktails that all feature one very cheesy ingredient: Kraft Macaroni and Cheese. These cocktails look slightly horrific, but funny enough, I’m actually craving mac and cheese right now. Check out more examples below…