The hardest part about making apple pie from scratch, or any kind of pie for that matter, is making the crust. It’s just time consuming. Instructables user Juanamac has come up with a way around that makes perfect sense: put it inside an apple! You just need puff pastry (you can buy sheets of it in the freezer aisle), apples, and other basic ingredients. Hollow an apple, put the filling in, add the puff pastry crust, and tada! Cute little apple pie inception!
Get the full recipe and how-to at Instructables.
One thing you’ve got to love about science fiction, it’s full of symbols. Star Trek has its share of them, and the Klingon design translates well to carbs. The talented folks over at Kitchen Overlord have taken inspiration from it and created Klingon Blood Orange Pull Apart Rolls. Tasty and doesn’t include real blood – it’s pretty much the best combination ever. The recipe definitely takes some elbow grease and time, but come on, Worf could do it, and so can you!
Get the full recipe at Kitchen Overlord.
Head on over to TheKitchn to check out the recipe.
Sweet Root Beer in ice cream forms an edible Han in carbonite sculpture. Of course, you’ll need one of these giant Han Solo silicone trays to get started.
Check out the recipe on justJENN.
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In an effort to take advantage of their apparent powers of insulation and create something functional and delicious, the folks at My Science Project created a Rice Krispies Treat Beer Cozy, and kindly shared the steps for the world to enjoy. Click here to check them out.
Check out the recipe on How Sweet Eats.
This delicious-looking S’more donut sandwich was created using mashmallows made from a full bottle of beer placed between sliced graham cracker donuts and topped off with hot fudge, peanut butter and graham cracker crumbs. Check out Half Baked Harvest for the complete recipe.
Buttermilk chicken nuggets baked to perfection and topped with bacon, Swiss cheese, and ranch and served between two mini waffles. Check out the recipe at Mom On Timeout.
Instructables user bean9481 iced three plain doughnuts stacked on top of each other and called it cake… Works for me.
Click here for a step by step, though it seems pretty self-explanatory.