Some food items are just made for each other, while the thought of some combinations might gross you out. But do you know that some of these could ACTUALLY drive your taste buds insane!
Here are some food combinations- some that you might love and some that you actually need to try out for yourselves before judging.
As you can already tell by the name, a cross between two of our favourite junk food items- burger and pizza.
Having a slice of pizza, which is topped with a patty and another magical layer of bread sounds just perfect!
2. Peanut butter and jam
So, if you haven’t tried peanut butter with jam when you were younger, I doubt you even had a childhood.
We can mix these two separately, but only if they were available in a jar…already mixed, it would make our lives so much easier.
3. Taco filled with noodles and cheese
So this would be called a Toodle? Toodleese?
Imagine tortillas with noodles covered with cheese. They might just call it a new taco flavor or something but this needs to exist!
4. Chocolava Cake – White Chocolate version
Everybody loves Chocolava Cake.
Everybody loves white chocolate.
Everybody WILL love White Chocolava Cake.
As a chocoholic, just the thought of it sends chills down my spy.
5. Nutella Pancakes
You have to try this. Instead of your regular maple syrup, spread a spoonful of Nutella (or the entire jar if you like) on the top of your pancake.
Trust me anything with Nutella is good.
6. Caramel Frappuccino with Nutella & Ice Cream
Starbucks, are you listening? Yes, we love your Frappes, but this is something you seriously need to consider!
7. Garlic Bread topped with a layer of cheese and pasta
Let that sink in.
8. Banana with Jam
It might sound crazy but bananas taste a tad better when eaten with jam! Mixed fruit jam preferably.
Don’t judge me, go and try it yourself.
9. Ice Cream with Ferrero Rocher and Nutella
If you’re bored with your regular flavoured ice cream, you can make it better by adding Ferrero Rocher and Nutella.
And anything combined with Nutella is a win anyway!
Views presented in the article are those of the author and not of ED.