We just posted a pic of a restaurant in Poland catching Pokémon then serving them up for dinner. Meanwhile, this family has been serving up Oreo Cheesecake Poké Balls (with an edible sugar sheet topping) to hungry Trainers heading to the Poké Stop near their house. Not surprisingly, they were gone before noon.
Food brands joining forces for wildly over-the-top treats is a hot trend right now, and Hostess is getting on the bandwagon. They’ve partnered with Mars Chocolate to launch brownies loaded with M&M’s and Milky Way candy. From the press release:
The Hostess Brownies made with M&M’s feature a rich, mouth-watering brownie with M&M’s swirled inside and a fudgy chocolate frosting finished with a sprinkling of milk chocolate M&M’s.
The Hostess Brownies made with MILKY WAY will delight treat lovers with a soft, decadent chocolate brownie and silky smooth topping of caramel icing finished with a layer of MILKY WAY candy bar pieces.
If you’re wondering how long you will have to wait to taste these, I have good news. They are likely on your supermarket shelves at this very moment. [click to continue…]
Oreos have transformed into yet another flavor. This time it’s choco chip, which is described as being a lot like Golden Oreos, but with some chocolate speckles throughout.
Buzzfeed reports that the new limited time Oreos, which are already in stores, evoke nostalgia for cookies of days gone by, while the taste has been compared to Cookie Crisp cereal, birthday cake and nothing (but in a “comforting way”).
Of course, after eating it Redditor HeyShutUpMom‘s head was turned into a giant donut by devil Ned Flanders. As you’ll see in the image below, it was probably worth it. [click to continue…]
Amorette’s Patisserie at Disney Springs is offering a Mickey Dome Cake that is creatively crafted from chocolate chiffon with fondant embellishments and white chocolate ears.
The creative process is detailed in the video below, and will likely take your mindset on a journey from “that looks delicious” to “I need to get on a plane this instant”. [click to continue…]
C is for “cookie”.
It’s also for “cake”.
It’s especially for “cookie cake”.
This Cookie Monster Cake is the work of Confessions of a Cookbook Queen. It features three layers of sour cream pound cake and loads of chocolate chip cookie dough frosting. It’s also topped with cookies n’cream buttercream and ganache.
Then there’s the cookie garnish and Oreo googly eyes as a finishing touch.
You can check out the entire recipe in detail over on Confessions of a Cookbook Queen.
In an “I see what you did there” moment, Jersey Jack Gelato in Perth, Western Australia created an offering called “Little Mostro” which consists of a massive cone stuffed with three scoops of gelato and two mini cones topped with whatever you can handle. It looks like the perfect respite from the brutal Australian summer (which begins in December).
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Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Pillsbury recently partnered with Girl Scouts of the USA on a line of baking mixes. Yep, you read that right.
These baking mixes feature come in Thin Mints and Caramel and Coconut flavors, and they’re perfect for whipping up brownies, blondies, and cupcakes.
They’re currently available at grocery stores nationwide. They could be sitting on the shelf just waiting for you at this very moment.
Krispy Kreme Japan is welcoming summer with two new mouthwatering donut flavors: glazed watermelon and lemon.
The watermelon offering consists of watermelon fruit juice jelly with chocolate chips and a watermelon-flavored chocolate outline, while the lemon donut features a lemon juice glaze and a sliced lemon topping.
The two new flavors will be available until July 19th. Check out additional pics below. [click to continue…]
Artist and sculptor Shinri Tezuka specializes in a unique medium: he transforms candy into stunning works of art. In the past, we’ve featured his stunning lollipop animals.
As you can see above, his latest creation for the summer season is lollipops that are designed to resemble uchiwa fans. If you’d like to pick up one of these artistic treats, your best bet is to head to Tokyo and visit one of his stores between now and the end of August. [click to continue…]