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The ingredients in these appetizers have stopped more hearts than an amusement park but that doesn’t mean they aren’t totally delicious, provided you have plenty of antacids on hand.
Because calling it “Regular Bacon Cheeseburger Dip” wouldn’t do it justice.
At least this fusion junk food recipe sounds better than “Cheeseburger Doughnut."
In an ironic twist of fate, Walking Tacos will actually decrease your desire to walk, run or otherwise engage in physical activity. Bring ‘em on.
Placing those very green scallions around that loaf is not going to fool anyone into thinking this is a health food, but nice try!
This recipe calls for mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese, cream cheese and Mexican blend cheese (twice); count us in.
Ok, we’re drooling, pass the chips.
You had us at “bacon-wrapped." Bonus points for being so simple to make and including everyone's favorite childhood side dish.
Appetizer? Dessert? The answer is: yes.
For anyone who has ever dreamed of eating a cheeseburger with chopsticks, your wait is over.
At a true Super Bowl party, even the snacks are full of beer.
Not to be confused with nachos that are covered in bacon, these are Bacon Nachos in the most literal, heart-clogging sense.
These pretzel-crusted nuggets are making us nostalgic for the Happy Meal days of our youth.
If we’ve learned anything today, it’s that the Internet isn’t afraid to combine strange foods for the sake of snack-exploration. And when it comes to Super Bowl eats, anything goes. Nacho cupcakes? Why not!