3 "weird flavored food" recipes that will blow your mind

Walking through the grocery store nowadays can be a little...weird. Between Snow Cone Flavored Pickles to Ketchup Flavored Pringles and Peanut Butter and Jelly Flavored Oreos, we can hear you thinking, "What the food?" from here. But don't count these odd snacks out yet! Lindsey Granger and food blogger Joanie Simon are showing you 3 recipes that will make strange foods, your new favorite foods.

1. Snow Cone Flavored Pickle Tacos?

You know it! "Snow Cone flavored pickles" probably sound really weird, but these strange snacks are actually the perfect accent for the most important meal of the day:

You'll Need:

Tortillas

Scrambled eggs

Bacon Bits

Black Beans

Your favorite salsa

Cheese

Snow Cone flavored pickles

Build your breakfast taco on top of your tortillas, starting with your eggs, then adding Bacon Bits, black beans, and salsa. Then, add your funky flavored pickles and top them with cheese. The pickles actually add a bit of tartness to your tacos, elevating them in the most unexpectedly delicious way.

2. Ketchup Flavored Pringle Skillet Burgers?

Yup! You know you love adding ketchup to your favorite burger, so why not add Ketchup Flavored Pringles to your burger? And while we're at it, why not get a little cheesy?:

You'll Need:

Cheese sauce (homemade or store bought)

Rotini pasta

Red Onion

Slow braised beef

Ketchup Pringles

First, preheat your oven to about 450 degrees. Then get your cheese sauce going on the stove. Then, in a bowl, pour in your cooked pasta, red onion, and slow braised beef. Add your cheese sauce to the bowl, then mix all the ingredients together and pour them into an oven-safe pan.

Crunch and sprinkle your Ketchup Pringles on top of the mix as a topping, then put the mixture in the oven until your cheese is nice and melted.

3. Peanut Butter and Jelly Oreo Blondies?

You got it. Make a dessert that's reminiscent of your favorite childhood snack and everyone will be talking about days after your dinner party:

You'll Need:

Sugar

Butter

Flour

Salt

Baking powder

Eggs

Peanut Butter and Jelly Oreos

Ice cream

Jelly

First, preheat your oven to about 375 degrees. Then combine your sugar and butter in a saucepan. Then, in a separate bowl, mix your flour, salt, and baking powder. Add a couple of eggs to your sugar and butter, then chop your Oreos into halves.

Mix your dry and wet ingredients together then pour into a baking pan to bake for 25 minutes. When it's all done, serve up the blondies on a plate, then top them with ice cream, microwaved jelly, and top with more crushed Oreos!

What crazy new food trend are you on board for? What crazy new foods do think are just gross? Tell us what you think on our Facebook page, @TheListShowTV.

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