Frost advisories in mid-May, so we’re making the kitchen into a gourmet creamery with these oh-so-tasty flavors from Amoretti. Blending a bit into a smoothie or a bowl of ice cream gives us the feels (and is good dessert eating practice if the ice cream truck ever comes back out).
Flatev is a compact home tortilla maker that works like Keurig coffee machines. It uses recyclable single serve pods that contain flavored dough or corn mix and turns those into a 5″ to 6″ tortilla in just a minute. The drawer at the bottom keeps multiple tortillas warm.
Breakfast meets sugary soda pop with Kellogg’s latest toaster pastries. These frosted A&W root beer and Orange Crush flavored Pop-Tarts are expected in grocery stores later this month. As yummy as these sound, we’re still waiting for Han Solo in carbonite flavored ones.
It might look like an ordinary bottle of milk, but other than the label and the lid, this thing is entirely made from candy. DaveHax walks us through the relatively simple process of using drink bottles to mold chocolate into an edible container filled with even more candy treats.
Spring squad goals: get off the couch and get beach body ready. These protein products from Glukos Energy perk us up whether we hit the gym, golf course or bike trail, and the seriously tasty flavors provide fast, natural energy to active muscles for effective recovery.
Whether on a sammie with bacon, chicken and cheese, or in a spicy guac, we delight in our delicious avocados. But this tasty and nutritious natural treat might not even exist today if it weren’t for some prehistoric farmers who saved them from extinction. SciShow explains.
FoodBeast shows us how to transform one of life’s guilty food pleasures – an In-N-Out 4×4 burger with fries – into a delicious, if a bit messy, breakfast meal. We’re thinking you could just slap a fried egg on the burger and then wrap the whole thing in a tortilla.
Intense popcorn snacks made blazingly hot by popping the corn in chili-infused peanut oil. The first two flavors include and a zesty salt and vinegar, and a cheddar and bleu mix with a dash of tomato which takes just a little edge off the heat. For serious spice fiends only.
An easy to use, affordable and portable alternative to conventional wood-fired ovens. Within 10 minutes, the Uuni 2S heats up to 900ºF – enough to bake pizza in 90 seconds. It’s fueled with wood pellets and comes with a stone baking board that distributes heat evenly.
The awesome Only in Japan tries out the Automat Diner in Isesaki City. The restaurant has no staff or kitchen; instead it has three old vending machines. It’s not fine dining, but it’s affordable, clean and unique. Funny thing is, the U.S. used to have lots of automats.