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    Sriracha Rooster Sauce Lollipop - That's hot!

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    "Warning: Very hot! Lick in moderation."
    $2.99.(thinkgeek)
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    Cookie Cup

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    Wow, edible cup! You can "Sip the cofee then eat the cup". The cookie cup is made of pastry and is waterproof.
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    Sriracha Lollipops

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    Oh, Sriracha, delicious, delicious Thai hot sauce into a lollipop. Sriracha Lollipop is a wonderful twist on Atomic Fireballs. A bag of four is $10.
    Price: $4   |   BUY

    Ginkaku-ji Chocolate

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    Ginkaku-ji Chocolate shaped like a tempo.
    "The “Temple of the Silver Pavilion” gets a silver wrapping and a sweet filling. Ginkaku-ji Chocolate."

    Teddy Bear Toast

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    Every morning should start with Teddy Bear Toast, bear toast idea here.

    Watermelon Hedgehog

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    Haha, Cool!
    Check out more see carving instructions.
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    Salad in a Jar

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    From Well Vegan:
    "Over the years we have experimented with countless ways to bring a salad to work without it getting soggy or having tiny little containers of dressing popping open and destroying lunch bags — that's the worst.
    My husband came across this idea at lifehacker and it actually works!
    Apparently, if stacked correctly, these little salads can last up to 4 days.
    So here's the magical stacking order from bottom up:
    1. Dressing
    2. Hearty items: tomatoes, beans, onions, carrots
    3. Then lighter bits: quinoa, sunflower seeds, mushrooms
    4. Lettuce or spinach
    Just don't get crazy on the way into work and forget you have a GLASS jar in your bag — i.e. no breakdancing or skateboarding. When you're ready to eat, just shake and enjoy! "
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    Bacon Frosting

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    This dark red bacon-flavored frosting.
    $7.

    Price: $7   |   BUY

    SPAM Mints

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    Each tin holds 1.5 ounces of little cinnamon flavored meat shaped mints. [ Amazon ]
    Price: $4   |   BUY

    Bacon Jelly Beans

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    "60 bacon-flavored jelly beans in a bacon-shaped decorative tin."
    Bacon Flavored Jelly Beans look cool, but they have bad reviews at Amazon.
    Price: $6   |   BUY

    Bacon Candy

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    "Instead of a standard candy flavor she'd discover a sweet and smoky bacon flavor."
    $8.95
    Price: $9   |   BUY

    Parmesan Cheese Pencil

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    Parmesan Cheese Pencil created by Kolle Rebbe
    Available at the-deli-garage: “Shaped like oversized pencils, the “leads” contain three different flavors: truffles, pesto and chilli. With the sharpener included, the required amount of cheese can be sprinkled on the dish. A scale on the pencils and on the back of the packaging doesn’t just simply list how much of the Cheese Pencil is needed for each dish, but even how many calories the portion contains”.
    Sadly they were only created in a limited run of 500 sets, which sold out in just 2 weeks.
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    Retro Arcade Cake Mold

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    Sorry but this item is currently unavailable
    $15
    Price: $15   |   BUY

    hot chocolate cupcakes

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    Hot chocolate look-a-like cupcakes from Ladybird.
    "1, To make these cupcakes I first made a batch of vanilla cupcakes. Then, once cooled, I peeled off the cupcake papers.
    2. I then smoothed white chocolate ganache over the sides, leaving the base and top uncovered.
    3. Once the ganache had set (about 30 minutes), I attached a measured strip of white RTR fondant. The strip was wide enough to match the height of the cupcake and to give room to hold the cupcake icing to follow.
    4. To attach the cup handle I lay the cupcake on their sides and attached a small strip of fondant with a little water.
    5. Next I made the italian meringue icing (see below), which I coloured brown with brown food colouring.
    6. I then carefully spooned the icing into the 'cups' and smoothed gently then topped with miniature marshmallows.
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    Angry Birds Bagel Sandwiches

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    This Angry Birds Bagel Sandwiches from Ole and Shaina Olmanson for The Family Kitchen.
    Angry Birds Sandwiches:
    Mini bagels
    slices of salami
    slices of cheddar cheese
    Fresh mozzarella
    black olives
    romaine lettuce, shredded