Know what really satisfies? Making your own gooey, peanutty, caramel-y, milk chocolate-y Snickers candy bars at home without any of those nasty preservatives or artificial anything.
No longer are you safe from temptation just because you summoned enough fortitude to skip the Nutella aisle at the store. Not safe at all.
Yup. We went there. To that homemade Cheez-It place. Go ahead. Admit it. You're awfully glad that we did.
Though we love Pop-Tarts dearly, even as kids we thought the packaged pastries ought to taste better. Fruiter. Flakier. Fresher. Like these.
A spuddy, you ask? It's what happens when a chef creates crisp potato-y lusciousness but the name Tater Tots™ is already taken.
Remember how you'd beg your parents for funnel cakes as a kid during the state fair? Now you can have as many as you want.
No preservatives. No artificial coloring. Just real, honest-to-goodness ingredients—and maybe a little goldfish giddiness.
They look like fudgsicles. They taste like fudgesicles. Yet they're made cocoa, coconut milk, and honey so you don't even have to do that thing where you pretend that something's healthy. Because it actually is.
Ben & Jerry, we love you and we always will. But we make our own Super Fudge Chunk now that's even more riddled with chunks of all sorts of super fudge-y spectacularness.
We're not sure what The King would say about this frozen riff on his fave sandwich. But with all due respect—as well as banana, chocolate, peanuts, and bacon—does it really matter?
Homemade Sno Balls11/14
Fashioned from chocolate cake, filled and frosted with meringue, and festooned in a feathery pink coconut boa, these are the real deal.
No funnily named fillers. No mystery meat. Just chicken and cornflakes and little tykes clamoring for more.
Just like the classic, these delicate sponge cakes are crammed to almost bursting with irresistibly sweet, fluffy, creamy goodness—minus the chemicals, preservatives, artificial colorings, and other abominations.