Combining a handmade wood board with a miniature concrete fire pit, Swoon Living’s tabletop setup lets you make delicious S’mores whenever you feel like it. The board has cutouts to hold skewers, marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers (not included). The fire burns isopropyl alcohol or high-proof vodka.
THE BEST Desserts
First opened in 1903, the Fugetsu-Do Confectionery is considered the oldest Japanese-American business in the U.S. The family-owned bakery creates a variety of delicious desserts, but is best known for their colorful handcrafted mochi treats. Food Insider takes us on a tour of the marvelous century-old shop.
Japan loves their KitKat bars. They make them in all kinds of flavors, like green tea, melon/mascarpone, strawberry, and many more. Now taste some of these unusual variants here in the states with this pack of 21 mini bars, all imported from Japan. Amazon also has all kinds of other flavors if you’re feeling adventurous.
If you’ve ever been to Hong Kong, you’ve probably encountered food vendors selling these deliciously chewy bubble waffles. Now you can make them in your own kitchen with the MasterChef bubble waffle maker. It has a non-stick cooking surface, and makes beautifully-textured waffles in less than 5 minutes.
Kaci Hansen aka the Homicidal Homemaker shows us how to make a delightful cake that pays tribute to Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. The yule log style roll cake features a pattern inspired by the pattern on the rug at the Overlook Hotel, along with a decorative axe.
Whether you call them “sprinkles,” “jimmies,” or “hundreds and thousands,” these candies are a fun way to add edible color to desserts. Go inside the Cake Mate factory to see the process that transforms shortening, sugar, colors, and flavorings into this festive topping.
For the first time since 2012, Culver’s is releasing new flavors of their deliciously creamy frozen custard. There are six new flavors starting 5/10/18, and we’ve tasted them all. Read on to learn which were our favorites, and when you can enjoy them for yourself.
They may not be the most natural or healthy baked goods, but there’s no question that Hostess cakes are popular. In this clip from INSIDER, inside the Emporia, Kansas factory that cranks out hundreds of millions of snack cakes each year. THIS IS WHY WE’RE FAT.
Want to make a dessert that’s sure to be the talk of the party? Ann Reardon of How to Cook That shows us how to create a tasty salted caramel and chocolate cake that looks like a pot overflowing with popcorn. She makes it look easy, but we’re sure it’s not. Full recipe here.
Burger King is teaming up with Kellogg’s to release a special edition milkshake that tastes like a bowl of delicious, sugary breakfast cereal. Sure, it doesn’t contain any actual fruit, but Toucan Sam would still approve. Follow your nose to your nearest BK Lounge on 4/17/17.
Next time you’re hankering to fill your belly with deliciousness, look no further than this cake from L.A.’s Large Marge. Has layers of brown butter cinnamon cake, Mexican chocolate frosting, and topped with freshly fried churros. Serves 18 to 24. A smaller cake is also available.
The latest proof that everything is better with bacon – this sweet and savory combo that replaces the flour shell of this traditional Italian desert with smoky and fatty strips of pork. Bacon + ricotta + chocolate chips = yum. Full recipe on Thrillist, by Perry Santanachote.
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