Recipes

Let’s build a sweet, fully-loaded gaming rig, only the PC is your oven and the game involves wielding a fork at a very nerdy party. [click to continue…]

HellthyJunkFood has applied the “bigger is better” philosophy to the grilled cheese sandwich, resulting in a 3,650 calorie behemoth that requires 20 slices of cheddar to produce. [click to continue…]

Pastry chef/cookbook author Heather Bairs (aka Sprinklebakes) has recently been reading up on galaxies, animal constellations and the associated mythology. Among them was a Cherokee story about an otherworldly spirit dog that stole a ration of cornmeal and ran to the sky, spilling it as he traveled and creating the Milky Way. [click to continue…]

Our friend Jessica of Pies Are Awesome is back with a video tutorial on how to make a TRON-themed pie that actually glows under blacklight. Apparently, you can also eat it without derezzing. [click to continue…]

Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies is back with a Super Mario Question Block Surprise Cake recipe. Naturally, the “surprise” part is that it’s loaded with chocolate coins with wrappers that I would probably eat accidentally in a cake frenzy. See how it was done in the video below. [click to continue…]

boba-pops

Okay, now THIS is a recipe that I can definitely recommend—unlike the Elf Breakfast Dessert Pasta from earlier today. Star Wars-themed pies filled with Nutella on a candy cane stick. Doesn’t get much better than that.

“Boba Fête” Nutella Holiday Pie Pops come to us courtesy of our friend Jessica from Pies are Awesome, who also brought us such wonders as Cthulhu strawberries and Jabba tarts.

See how they come together in the video below. [click to continue…]

breakfast-dessert-pasta

Once again, Andrew Rea has provided a pop culture-inspired recipe that nobody in their right mind would eat. This time it’s the breakfast pasta from the film Elf. Rea summed things up nicely with the following quote:

Now this was far and away the most disgusting thing, not only have I made for this show, but ever made in my entire life.

See how it was made in the video below. [click to continue…]

wookiee-cookies

‘Tis the season for Star Wars thanks to Rogue One, and Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies is celebrating with a recipe for Gingerbread Wookiee Cookies that’s super simple (but the results are adorable and, most likely, delicious). Check out the video below. [click to continue…]

eggs-woodhouse-for-good

You could eat like Sterling Archer by following this recipe from Andrew Rea, but your wallet and your heart probably can’t afford it (Rea could only stomach a bite or two). Don’t forget that Archer is basically immortal.

The good news is that you can still enjoy watching the video while you eat the breakfast burrito you just microwaved. [click to continue…]

giant-chicken-mcnugget

Why eat multiple Chicken McNuggets when you can eat ONE Chicken McNugget that’s the size of a basketball? Making a giant McNugget is just common sense people. The only real question is do you make your nugget McDonald’s or Wendy’s style?

See how it was done in the video below. [click to continue…]