35 Foods That Are Safe To Make When You’re Drunk

So you've been out drinking, and now you are looking for that perfect, late-night snack. Give new life to your drunk munchies with these foods that are safe to make when you are drunk. Compiled by Spoon University, this list has something for everyone. Whether you are into something sweet or prefer savory, it's time to put down the pizza, and try one of these quick and easy recipe ideas instead.

We've all been there. It's 2 a.m., you just got home, everything is spinning, and you are ravenous. While most people would order a couple boxes of pizza to split among friends, there are still some folks who would rather go home and cook up a storm to satisfy their drunch cravings.

When we drink, we feel invincible. We kid ourselves that we are perfectly capable of handling ourselves as we trip down the stairs. But just because we are not seeing 20/20 doesn't mean we can't make ourselves some food to eat like a boss. Steer clear of the oven, knives, and stove, and try these no-bake or microwaveable recipes instead. These recipes are drunch-certified, and your apartment will not be burnt down in the process.

1. Apple Cinnamon French Toast Waffles

Photo by Dylan Barth

Microwave your frozen waffles and you’ll be set. Recipe here.

2. Pimped Out Easy Mac

Photo by Kai Huang

When you’re literally just too lazy and drunk to make it homemade. Upgrade it like this.

3. Four-Minute French Toast in a Mug

Photo by Rebecca Siminov

Get brunch started at 2 a.m. with this recipe.

4. Dunkaroos Dip

Photo by Aarthi Chezian

Nothing like a lil’ nostalgia to end your night. Here’s how.

5. Cake Batter Milkshake

Photo by Andrea Kang

As long as you remember to remove your hand from the blender, you should be good to go with this recipe.

6. Nachos in a Mug

Photo by Dina Cheney

Legit only takes five minutes. Here’s how.

7. Cornbread For One

Photo by Maddie Stanley

Why do squats when you can just eat cornbread at 2 a.m.? Recipe here.

8. Chia and Flaxseed Microwave Oatmeal

Photo by Becky Hughes

All you need is a microwave and a dream. Recipe here.

9. Brownie Truffles

Photo by Marci Green

Put those leftover brownies to good use by getting your hands dirty with this recipe.

10. No-Bake Oreo Bars

Photo by Kendra Valkema

No oven, no problem. Make it like this.

11. Omelette in a Mug

Photo by Megan Prendergast

No need to wait until morning for breakfast when you have this recipe.

12. Waffle Cinnabons

Photo by Phoebe Melnick

We dare you not to eat the entire icing packet first. Make yours like this.

13. Couscous Greek Salad

Photo by Megan Prendergast

Don’t sacrifice your diet just because you’re drunk. Recipe here.

14. S’mores in a Mug

Photo by Lila Thulin

Campfire at 2 a.m., anyone? Recipe here.

15. Five-Ingredient Peanut Butter Freezer Fudge

Photo by Caitlin Shoemaker

All you need is a freezer. Make yours like this.

16. Magnolia Bakery’s Famous Banana Pudding

Gif by Isabelle Smith

We dare you not to eat the whole jar. Make it like this.

17. Chocolate-Covered Candy Pretzels

Photo by Isabelle Langheim

Pretzels will soak up all that alcohol, and candy is just plain good. Make yours like this.

18. Microwave Cookie in a Cup

Photo by Christine Chang

It’s never a bad time for cookies. Make yours like this.

19. One-Ingredient Banana Ice Cream

Photo by Katie Walsh

If the freezer is just too far away, make this.

20. Waffle Pizza

Photo by Phoebe Melnick

If you’re too drunk to use the oven, pull out the waffle iron instead. Recipe here.

21. Red Pepper and Pesto Grilled Cheese

Photo by Libby Perold

Forman grill FTW. Here’s how.

22. Cookie Dough Ice Cream Sandwich

Photo by Alvin Zhou

The perfect excuse to eat raw cookie dough, just don’t tell your mom. Recipe here.

23. Four-Step Drunken Oreos

Photo by Abigail Wang

You’re already drunk, so why not keep the party rockin’? Recipe here.

24. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Sandwiches

Photo by Hunter Siegrist

Cookies on cookies. Learn how here.

25. 15-Second S’mores Cookie

Photo by Vi Tran

Microwave, eat, PTFO. Here’s how.

26. Microwavable Breakfast Tacos

GIF by Dylan Barth

Eggs, veggies, salsa, cheese, good. Here’s how.

27. Microwave Breakfast Sandwich

Photo by Scott Harrington

Fourth meal of champions. Recipe here.

28. Microwavable Rice Krispy Treat

Photo by Rebecca Block

This Rice Krispy comes together in just one minute, and the microwave makes it so easy, even your drunk self can do it.

29. No-Bake Cookies

Photo courtesy of eatathomecooks.com

No oven, no problem.

30. Homemade Nachos

Photo by Maddy Piacentini

We all want Mexican food at night. This recipe requires you to just dump a bunch of stuff into a bowl.

31. Pimped Out Popcorn

Photo by Alina Polishuk

All you have to do is pop some popcorn and top it with things like peanut butter + chocolate, or Sriracha + honey. Ugh, yes please.

32. Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Photo by Morgan Goldberg

This is definitely the most romantic and fancy snack you will ever make when drunk, but that doesn't mean it's hard.

33. No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars

Photo by Rachel Connors

In 20 minutes or less, you will be the life of the party.

34. Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts

Photo by Caitlin Shoemaker

Another microwave recipe, and another win for you when you're hammered. Especially if you're basic and love pumpkin spice.

35. Microwave Croque Monsieur

Photo by Alex Furuya

This baby is fancy enough to be served for guests, and easy enough to be made at 2 a.m.

Original post by Laura Harvey for Spoon University – Georgetown.

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