For some reason, I now love Kraft macaroni & cheese though only the microwavable ones as I like to control how much the cheese powder dissolves (yes it's weird, but I actually like the taste of the powder alone!)
Also, Fruit Loops is another addiction.
Do you have any weird food addictions or just plain junk food addictions?
I'm in love with double cheese burst pizza(yummmyyyyyyy) ..... It's so lip smashing without it I can't survive LOL
Hotdogs, sausage, and brats. so good, and so bad for you.
Duck Fat....Anything cooked in duck fat. You have not lived until you have tried french fries, fried in duck fat...
Chocolate chips I can eat them with milk in an afternoon
My favorite diet cheat foods are pizza, cheeseburgers, and tacos.
I love the fat on pork chops and beef steaks. It's so yummie!
I used to like Easy Mac, but once I started making my own mac & cheese from scratch, it all ended.
There just isn't anything better than a big, greasy double cheese burger.
I'm with you on the Kraft mac and cheese though.
I'm usually not a junk food eater, but I cannot resist the sweet cry from one of those Gas station Strawberry Shortcake Popsicle. Gets me almost every time.
At the moment I am on chocolate chip cookies, but my preference changes from time to time so I cannot say I have an all time one that I cannot resist.
Kfc chicken hands down. Next to that would be taco bell beefy five layer burritos. I would be so fat if I had the opportunity to eat those everyday. xD
KFC... I know it's not good for me, but... but I live 5 minutes away from the KFC in my neighbourhood. I just have to get the Toonie Tuesday special. lol
- fried foods
- salty foods
- ice cream
You really need to try Stonyfield Farms Organic Chocolate Fudge Frozen Yogurt. You can't tell the difference and it's less than half the calories, fat and sugar. I bought it by mistake one day thinking it was ice cream. When I was comfy in my tv chair and eating out of the carton, I started reading the label and realized it was frozen yogurt. Now I eat twice as much. Aargh!
OREO! and of course Curly Fries from Arby's with cheese dip!
I've given up on Cheetos - they made my fingernails orange. I now like to suck on cherry cough drops - just like when I was a kid.
Oh Mega the best thing is sucking your fingers til you can't taste another drop lol
French fries! I've tried to give them up for Lent in the past but just can't do it.
Pork rinds with tabasco sauce. Totally indigestible, but somehow appealing. I will say nothing about Turducken.
Something that will make my dentist rich and happy. Abbazabba or any type of taffy.
Pizza! Definitely pizza. I'm a pizza girl and I always will be. Though, healthier variations can be made and are often tastier than other options.
Just don't eat Cheetos while watching TV naked! Especially porn!
Pizza, macaroni and cheese, french fries, bacon, and scrapple (liver pudding may be substituted in a pinch).
Chocolate, coffee, red wine, ice cream...everything bad for me. Of course.
By the way I am not into toe sucking ewww...too tickilish.....unbearable...
Canoli! Oh how hard it is for me to resist a canoli! For that matter it's hard for me to resist the majority of Italian pastries though scones and clotted cream are easy for me to over-do, too.
For me, it's Peanut M&M's.....it's a lifelong addiction, so I know I will never be able to conquer it, nor do I really want to, lol...
You can start with smoked salmon with fat marinated olives stuffed with feta cheese on a side. Then eat some thick yellow pea soup made with smoked pork, big chunks are still swimming in that soup. Then you can eat fried duck with mash potatoes with lots of butter and sour cream on top of potatoes, and don't forget the fattiest gravy made with that duck's fat and fried mushrooms on a side. After that a cheese cake of course with chocolate gravy and a strawberry jello with whipped cream. A cup of strond coffee with sugar and cream will end that "modest" meal. if you can survive that dinner without indigestion and not gain a couple of pounds to the bargain, I will be... really surprised.
I always say that I will stop eating hot dogs and I might go a really long time (months to over a year) without eating them and then one day out of the blue I feel like having one. Nathan's hot dogs are my all time favorite brand.
I don´t believe in ¨bad foods¨. To me, it´s an urban legend.
When I was single, I used to eat whole pies from the supermarket in one sitting (pumpkin, banana chocolate cream, etc.) and it wouldn´t put a dent into my appetite.
When I met my wife, she insisted I stop because her pies were so much better. The problem is, she only makes pies maybe 3 times a year and she won´t let me get the ¨supermarket crap¨.
Also, she makes one pie, for like, 6 people!!
I have a fascination for sweets... can't resist them anytime...
fries, pizza , potato chips, and Mc Donald's cheese burger!
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