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Pizza flavour ice-cream is now a thing and we don't know how we feel about.

In theory, two of the greatest foods on the planet should combine to make the perfect dish, but we can't help be a tad sceptical about this slightly odd flavour fusion.

The guys and gals at Philadelphia's Little Baby's Ice Cream have decided to push the limits of dessert as we know it by creating a pizza flavoured ice cream complete with tomato, oregano, basil, salt and garlic.


Pizza: A Total Suitable Dinner Pizza Ice Cream: ________

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What's more, although the customers can enjoy the treat in a traditional waffle cone, the shop actually recommends serving it with a slice of your favourite pizza.

Because hey, if you're going to do it, you might as well do it right.

This isn't the first time the Philadelphia ice-cream shop has baffled customers with their odd choice of flavours. They're also known for their Cricket Cake, which is exactly what it sounds like.


Cricket Cake Ice Cream ft. @insectariuminstitute; come meet a bug! They're here 'til 8!

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Other stars of this flavour freak-show include Cucumber Dill, Pepper Lavender and its ‘flagship oddball flavour’, Earl Grey Sriracha.

Unfortunately, you'll have to make a trip to the States if you want to sample these wonderfully weird creations, but tasty or not, Little Baby's Ice Cream just got added to our foodie bucket list.

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If there are two words which never fail to make us happy, they have to be “unicorn” and “toast”.

So you can imagine all the glittery feelings which came upon us when we realised unicorn toast is actually a thing.

Currently there seems to be no set criteria for which food qualifies as unicorn toast and which food does not, but, given its name, one would have to assume that colour (and lots of it) is the ultimate goal.

From healthy avocado-laden varieties to gloriously gooey processed fairy food, check out our favourite examples of unicorn toast below.


Color for breakfast  #goodstart #personalized #nailedit @thebodybook @vibrantandpure

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Rainbow toast but only available in Hongkong

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All the toast, as per usual #toasttuesday #iamwellandgood

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If you’ve ever been bothered by your inability to chop hard-boiled eggs into perfectly rounded circles – or if you just like looking at weird food – then this is for you.

The mystery of circular egg slices has long baffled deli-goers, but turns out the reason those eggs are so round is because they are cut from one giant tubular egg called a Danish long egg.

Now before you start convincing yourselves of strange things, hens do not lay long eggs – instead regular eggs are put through a series of processes until the long egg is produced.

According to this odd but strangely mesmerising video on Diply, the eggs are washed, cracked and separated by machines before the whites are cooked in a mould which has a hole in its centre.

The yolks are then injected back into the middle of the mould so they look more like regular eggs.

If any less than perfect looking eggs arrive at the production line’s end, quality inspectors grab them and remove the ugly bits to ensure the long eggs look picture perfect.

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