Tires of the same old boring waffle shapes? The Lolly Waffle maker makes 4 golden, delicious freshly baked waffles on a stick in about a minute. Only costs a grand. You’re welcome. (Thanks Gus!)
Cured to perfection in graveyards, this zombie jerky has a sickly greenish-blue hue. It’s made in Japan, but might be a hit Russia as well – because in Russia, you eat zombies. Are we right or what?
We’re getting hungry just watching this short animated stop-motion flick by Brooklyn animator Lori Samsel. The entire animation was made from Japanese rice crackers. Crunchy and delicious!
Anti-Theft Lunch Bags have mold-like marks, protecting your food by making it unattractive to would-be pilferers. They’re sold out right now, but you can still place a reservation.
Load the Marshmallow Mforcer with mini marshmallows, pump it to load the tank with air and watch the sugary goodness rapid fire into your Cheerios. Bonus: cloud of starch with each mallow fired.
The neatest thing since sliced bread? British artist Lennie Payne converts tasty carbs into intriguing toast art by blow torching, scraping to achieve different shades, lacquering and soaking in resin.
The unicorns of Radiant Farms are regularly massaged with Guinness and fed nothing but the best candy corn to make sure that their meat becomes more sparkly. Taste magic in every bite.
This space-saving wall mount barbecue from Focus has a folding steel firebowl, offers a range of cooking heights, is easy to mount and can be used several times without having to empty out the ash.
Too lazy to get in the car and head to the local Krispy Kreme? Loosen your belt and get one of these insane machines instead: they crank out 1200-2400 fat-filled mini-donuts per hour.
Other than the fact that this is a waste of perfectly good cupcakes, this slo-mo video of people being pelted with the delicious pastries from a double-barreled pneumatic cannon is sheer awesomeness.
Product designer Steve Gates created this concept microwave for cooking up quick meals without ever leaving your cubicle. The mini micro would use special meal trays and RFID tags to set cook time.
The headline says it all. Combine three of our favorite food groups and stick ‘em into one of our favorite edible form-factors, and you have a tiny bit of confectionery heaven on a stick.