Food & Drink

An Absolute Genius Has Invented Garlic Bread Crisps



Someone has invented garlic bread crisps and they clearly need some kind of promotion.

These crisps are in partnership with Pizza Hut, so they’re pretty much guaranteed to be delicious.

SADLY, they’re only available in Australia at the moment, plus they’re limited edition so they might not be around for much longer. Damn.

I’m actually gutted.

However, if you like weird flavour combos you might be interested in this dessert hummus. Hummus is brilliant. We all know that. Whether you get it in the garlicky variety, red pepper, or even spice it up with a chilli version – we all know that it’s going to get devoured in less time than someone telling you they’re vegan.

However, we must remember that it’s 2018. And that means that people are constantly looking to get the weirdest foods ever out there.

Delighted By Hummus, founded by Makenzie Marzluff, was recently featured on NBC’s Shark Tank (for the Brits among you, that’s Dragons’ Den) but can now be bought anywhere.

Before we completely write it off, Insider says that people have claimed that the chickpea-based dessert tastes a lot like cookie batter. Plus it’s vegan, gluten free, soy free, and kosher. So, guilt-free dessert? I’m kind of into it.

The flavours are: Brownie Batter, Snickerdoodle, Vanilla Bean and Choc-O-Mint. Sadly no chocolate orange but I’ll forgive them if it’s as good as people are claiming.

You can find your nearest store that stocks the new treat here.

Delighted by Hummus say on their website: “Our Founder’s passion lies in creating high-vibrational foods infused with frequencies of love, abundance, compassion & service. With our intentionally-created dessert hummus , we believe we can contribute to humanity & the planet in a massive way.

“Delighted By’s mission is to inspire people to  spread their glitter. In other words, to be the light they are out in the world. When Makenzie Marzluff launched Delighted By Hummus, she knew it was so much bigger than just dessert hummus. From the beginning, Makenzie’s intention was to allow Delighted By to be an example of how delightful life on earth is when you’re in alignment with the gifts (glitter!) you came to give.”

Well, it seems like it’s definitely worth a go. What’s the worst that could happen?

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