Hello, my name is Allie. I’m a 27-year-old grown woman and I will put honey mustard on absolutely anything. No, seriously. Anything. Don’t try me. You should see the horrified look on the waiters’ faces everywhere I go.
So this week when Reddit user llamashortcake asked, “What is your favorite ‘I know it sounds weird, but just trust me’ food combination?” I can say I honestly felt seen.
Here are just a FEW of the most “What the sweet heck? Okay, you got me, I’ll try it once…” responses:
1. “Quesadillas with marinara sauce.'”
2. “Black coffee with a tiny pad of butter, a little bit of sugar, and a pinch of garlic powder. Weird, yes, but it tastes like a meal and curbs my appetite, so it’s perfect when I’m in a rush or can’t handle food.”
3. “I love putting maple syrup IN my scrambled eggs.”
4. “Macaroni and cheese with Worcestershire sauce.”
5. “Pizza rolls done? Dip them in some French onion dip for some next level enjoyment.”
6. “Take a bite of a pretzel rod and then a sip of Sprite.”
7. “Strawberry jam and mozzarella cheese on whole grain bread.”
8. “Peanut butter and bacon sandwiches.”
9. “Put peanuts IN your Coca-Cola!”
10. “Pickles, cream cheese, and salami in a roll-up.”
11. “Cake frosting on Graham crackers.”
12. “Peanut butter and BBQ chips sandwiches!”
13. “Grilled cheese with pickles and sauteed onions.”
14. “Not me, but my grandma LOVED mayonnaise, peanut butter, tomato, and cucumber on her sandwiches.”
15. “Make any sandwich using waffles instead of sliced bread or a roll.”
16. “Shredded cheddar cheese on french toast with syrup drizzled in top.”
17. “A family favorite is ‘chopped olive sandwiches.’ Chopped black olives mixed with mayo, then spread on to white bread. It HAS to be white bread, just trust me.”
18. ”Not one I personally consider rare or weird, but I love french fries dipped in ice cream/milk shakes.”
So there ya have it! Would you be willing to try any of these? What’s YOUR personal favorite “weird” food combination? Sound off in the comments below! I’ll be here, drowning stuff in honey mustard.