Can You Put Cheese on That?! Combos That Will Blow Your Mind

If it can be topped, stuffed or dipped, you bet someone's done it. And, yes, this includes and peanut butter sandwich!

Mac Attack Burger

Mac Attack Burger

This crazy Frankenstein creation -- a burger between fried mac 'n' cheese -- was invented at the Rockit Burger Bar in Chicago.

Peanut Butter Sandwich

Peanut Butter Sandwich Cheese

But peanut butter and jelly are like... peanut butter and jelly! Can American cheese (or any cheese, for that matter) really break up that match made in sweet, sticky heaven?

Ice Cream

Ice Cream Cheese

A shop in Merida, Venezuela serves up an odd flavor of ice cream: spaghetti and cheese. Does the meatball come in a separate cone?


Pancakes Cheese

Mac and cheese pancakes: Unless the cheese in question is ricotta, we'll pass.

Hot Dogs

Hot Dogs Cheese

Duh, melted cheese on a hot dog ain't nothing new. But in Seattle, they top their ballpark franks with cream cheese. A bagel vendor (natch) invented the outta-left-field combo. 


Nutella Cheese

Apparently salty manchego or Parmesan cheeses pair well with creamy, sweet Nutella for a fancy-schmancy grilled cheese. Or go extra gooey with some Brie.


Fudge Cheese

We're already trying to get the thought of this gluey, rich fudge made with Velvetta off the roof of our mouth.

Fried Bananas

Bananas Cheese

Topping the fruit with goopy cheese spread seems, well, bananas.


Vodka Cheese

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This could be some sort of college frat hazing ritual. Dude, you have to take a shot of the moldy cheese vodka

Dirty Clothes

Dirty Clothes Cheese

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According to the DIY book Clean Your Clothes with Cheez Whiz, you can remove grease from your laundry thanks natural enzymes in the processed cheese stuff! Drop a glob on the stain, let stand for 5-10 minutes and wash. But really, wouldn't using a stain removing stick be easier?

Slippery Roads

Slippery Roads Cheese

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In Wisconsin (obviously), a local cheese-making plant teamed up with the highway department to tackle icy roads by providing salty cheese whey to use in the winter months instead of the usual magnesium chloride. Beware though, that yellow snow isn't cheese!


Cats Cheese

Hey, this wouldn't be a funny story without a cat, would it?

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