12 Ridiculously Decadent Fat Tuesday Recipes to Make the Most of the Last Day Before Lent
It's Fat Tuesday, the last hoorah before you give up all the delicious things you love and crave for lent. Sigh. But fret not, we've collected the most outrageously decadent recipes we could find so that you can really make this Fat Tuesday count. No matter what your culinary poison — fried, covered in chocolate, smothered in cheese — these 12 ridiculously decadent items will hit the spot and help you stay strong through Easter.
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Banana Sundae Cheesecake
We aren’t entirely sure where to begin with this over the top combination of sundae and cheesecake by The Messy Baker, but we are sure of one thing: we must have it.
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Brie and Blueberry Waffle Grilled Cheese
Damn Delicious has done it. Mind? Blown.
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Boston Cream Pie
This little piece of heaven from Your Cup Of Cake is dripping in ganache, stuffed with cream, and 100% decadent.
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Eton Mess with Toasted Hazelnuts
If you can’t partake in dairy but still want to go all out, My Name is Yeh’s Eton Mess with toasted hazelnuts is the perfect dairy-free dessert to indulge in.
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Bacon n' Beer Griddle Cakes
Not only bacon but beer with your breakfast too? Crepes of Wrath says why not with this decadent stack of griddle cakes.
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Chocolate Strawberry Dip
No longer reserved to the world of savory, dip becomes extra indulgent with this sweet version from What’s Cooking, Love?
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Pierogi Grilled Cheese
If grilled cheese wasn’t already the most perfect form of cheesy goodness known to man, it certainly is now. Behold: The Pierogi Grilled Cheese from I Am A Food Blog
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Spicy Carmel Bacon Popcorn
Covering all the flavor bases, this spicy caramel bacon popcorn by A Cozy Kitchen is all kinds of delicious.
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Lobster Mac and Cheese
Buttery lobster, delicious cheese, and satisfying noodles come together in this rich, gooey, oh-so-yummy recipe from foodie crush.
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These butter-fried, powdered sugar-covered dough balls from The Kitchn are decadent enough to throw anyone into a food coma.
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Nutella Cheesecake Trifles
Although it seems impossible, My Baking Addiction has come up with a way to make Nutella even more amazing with this ridiculously tempting Nutella cheesecake trifle.
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Eggs Benedict Burgers
If eggs Benedict wasn’t rich enough for you already, then Cooking For Keeps’ eggs Benedict burger should do the trick.
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