4 Awesome Food Hacks

Ever wanted to booze up a dessert? Make angourmet ice cream sandwich in a minute? Use a marshmallow as a shot glass? Eat pizza with one hand? These four food hacks will make your day.

Ever wanted to booze up a dessert? Make angourmet ice cream sandwich in a minute? Use a marshmallow as a shot glass? Eat pizza with one hand? These four food hacks will make your day.

Food Hack 1: Boozey Oreos

From Food Beast. The video at the top of the page shows you how to make alcoholic Oreos. Lick responsibly!

Food Hack 2: One minute gourmet ice cream sandwich

From BuzzFeedFood. All you need is a pint of ice cream, cookies and a big knife. It couldn’t be easier.

Food Hack 3: Dippable Pizza Sticks

From imgur.com/gallery/V5Kmk10. Why didn’t I think of that? That’s 400 degrees fahrenheit if you’re wondering.

4 Awesome Food Hacks: Dippable Pizza Sticks

Food Hack 4: Marshmallow Shot Glass

Easy Camping CocktailsI couldn’t resist including this devilishly easy “shot glass” that I originally stumbled on for a post on easy camping cocktails. Recipe courtesy of Fernet Branca.

Fernet ‘Smore

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Fernet Branca
  • 1 toasted marshmallow

Directions

  1. Roast a jumbo marshmallow.
  2. Carefully empty the insides (Enjoy the fluff).
  3. Cool for a little bit so it takes shape.
  4. Pour in Ferent Branca to mashmallowey brim.

4 Awesome Food Hacks

Written by Jennifer Kaplan

Jennifer Kaplan writes about sustainable food and wine, the intersection of food and marketing and food politics for Insteading (and EatDrinkBetter.com before the two sites merged) and is the author of Greening Your Small Business. She is an Instructor at the Culinary Institute of America-Greystone and was named one of The 16 Women You Must Follow on Twitter for Green Business. She has four kids, a dog, a hamster, an MFA and an MBA – follow her on Twitter.

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