When Jesus Shows Up In Food

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Jesus is omnipresent. At least that’s what we’re taught in Sunday school. And, if we’re to believe that Jesus is everywhere, then it only makes sense that he would occasionally make an appearance in our favorite foods.

Here are a few examples of Jesus showing up unexpectedly while people are simply trying to enjoy lunch. And remember, if you’d like to intentionally print Jesus on your food, we’ve got you covered.

Grilled Cheese

Frying Pan

Kit-Kat

Banana

Marmite

Fish Stick

Potato Chip

[intentional Jesus here, photos via Buzzfeed]

How To Make Your Own Twinkies

So, by now you’ve probably heard… Hostess is broke, leaving an uncertain future for its line of beloved snack cakes. However, before you start hoarding boxes of Twinkies… Why not consider making your own brand of the yellowish creme-filled sponge cake at home?

Sure, the recipe by Instructables member scoochmaroo won’t have all of those twelve-syllable ingredients from the Hostess version. And, unlike the now defunct Twinkie, your homemade version probably won’t survive a nuclear holocaust. However, they will be oblong, yellow, and have convenient creme holes. So, you’ll never have to wonder how they got the filling in there — since you’ll be doing the honors yourself. Recipe here.

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Tell Us S’More

Few things improve upon a campfire better than a good ghost story and S’mores. The Tell Us S’more t-shirt by Threadless has both camping-enhancers covered. Darn graham cracker — always scaring the kids.

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Sweet Dreams: The Ice Cream Sandwich Pillow

Whether on the couch, or in bed, the Ice Cream Sandwich Pillow will help provide the sweetest snuggling available. Made of 100% polyester, the pillow should go well with all of your other food-related decor. Just don’t squeeze too hard, or all of the ice cream will slide out. Not recommended for sleep eaters.

[$22 at The Foodiggity Shop]

Cinnabon Candy Canes Exist

Cinnabons are perhaps one of the greatest foods ever. And, most peppermint candy canes taste like used toothpaste. So, this holiday season, replace those ridiculously antiquated red and white canes with Cinnabon Candy Canes.

Not only will your holiday candy get a much needed upgrade — but the Cinnabon Candy Canes could make a strong argument to have Christmas colors officially changed to ‘cinnamon brown’ and ‘sugar-goo yellow.’

[link, via GeekAlerts]