The Girl Scouts are continuing to wage war on your diet with a brand new weapon—cereal. This comes after announcing s’mores flavored cookies for 2017 along with branching out into baking mixes and cookie ovens.
General Mills will be releasing Thin Mint and Caramel Crunch flavors starting this January. The Instagram account @candyhunting first reported the news with images of the packaging. Check out the Caramel Crunch flavor below. [click to continue…]
Reddit user “Skizorbit“, who runs Darling Delights bakery in Columbus, Ohio, created a series of remarkable galaxy-themed desserts for a friend’s recent wedding.
The wedding included a cake, cupcakes and cookies. The design on the cake was created using an airbrush, and beneath the fondant is a layer of buttercream that continues throughout each layer. Check out more pics of the space treats below. [click to continue…]
Blue Bell Ice Cream is hitting the market with a limited edition offering called “Camo ‘n Cream” which swirls pistachio almond, milk chocolate, and cream cheese into a camouflage-style pattern.
It appears that the new flavor is already in stores and will be available in limited quantities for the next few months. There’s no word on flavor, but we would bet it’s nothing like an MRE. Check out the promo from Blue Bell below. [click to continue…]
Cookie artist Amber Spiegel (aka SweetAmbs) has a knack for creating incredible cookies and hypnotic videos to go along with them. Seriously, I’ve watched the minion cookie decoration video at least a dozen times. Where has the day gone? Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
If you’re sick of having to speed eat your ice cream before the summer heat reduces it to a sticky puddle, the Drip Drop may be able to help.
The edible tray, which comes in chocolate and original flavors, fits around your waffle cone to catch the runoff, and also provides extra real estate for toppings.
Now we only have to worry about the ice cream melting through the little hole at the bottom of the cone. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Paul Joachim with The Chocolate Genius made this toothsome tribute to the greatest Starfleet engineer of all-time.
Sure, this edible bust of Montgomery Scott from Star Trek might look like it’s made from bronze, but it’s actually made from chocolate! Joachim made the sculpture for the Cake: The Final Frontier collaboration, which celebrates Star Trek‘s 50th anniversary. Check out additional pics below. [click to continue…]
Have you finished watching Stranger Things on Netflix yet? Only then can you fully appreciate the glory of these cupcakes from Redditor youdevillog. Check out the gallery below along with descriptions of the clever ingredients. Fair warning, some of them could be considered spoilery. That Barb cupcake tho. [click to continue…]
The Milk Train cafe in London has created this new offering that consists of a soft serve ice cream cone surrounded by a cloud of cotton candy – making it look as if the dessert is blasting off on a mission to satisfy your sweet tooth.
The treat is available in a variety of different flavors, including vanilla, matcha and hojicha, which is a mild Japanese green tea. The bed of cotton candy can also serve as a platform for toppings such as cookies, popcorn and Japanese candy. The item is reportedly available for £4.95 (or about $6.50). Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
You may have thought that marshmallow-only boxes of cereal were in the same realm as Bigfoot, Nessie and unicorns. However, the Internet has recently realized that the dehydrated marshmallows can be purchased separately in industrial-style packaging and boxes.
The online offerings range from 16 oz boxes and bags to a 40 lb case, the latter of which will set you back around $170.
Now that we know, we must train ourselves in the art of moderation.