Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Food crack

I love food. I can't cook, but I sure love it. And I always make sure my pantry is stocked and of course, try to stock it with food that is healthy.

But there is some food that I cannot resist. Food that I swear is laced with crack because once I get near it, I cannot control myself.

It's like "When Animals Attack." I've talked about my love of candy but I wanted to take a moment and reflect on the wonderous food that I have trouble saying no to.

And yes, some of them are healthy (but not all of them!)

Some of these food crack vices may include some kind of popcorn and candy and yes, there is a fruit option.

So go over to my Vegas/BlogHer buddy Katelin's site to check out my list and let me know what foods you can't resist either.


StartingOver@28 said...

Cheese dip (the white cheese kind), homemade chex mex, cheese curds and Baked Cheddar and Sour Cream Ruffles.

Andhari said...

I just read it and I gotta say I won't be able to resist caramel and cheese popcorn either.

Other things I can't resist? Mochi and chocolate chip green tea fro-yo and seasoned fries :)

abstika said...

Chocolate, Watermellon (I've been known to eat an entire watermellon in one night), French Fries (especially extra crispy, crinkle ones), Pumpkin Muffies from Panera, Chipotle, and tons more. I'm a food-a-holic.

Mandy said...

You know as much as I try to stock up on healthy things my KitchenAid just calls to me begging me to create some sort of sinfully delicious baked good. I totally blame the damn mixer. =)

Jenn said...

my vices are : red velvet cupcakes, mozzarella sticks (or cheese curds), french fries, anything covered in buffalo sauce and sour patch kids. unreal.

Melissa said...

For me, the list is easier if I just say what food I CAN resist: brocoli! I have an unnatural love of food!

Anonymous said...

Are "chocolate milkshakes" considered a food? 'Cause I constantly want a milkshake, ha.

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