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Feedback: The Top User Comments Of The Week [Sept. 9]

Welcome back to our Foodbeast “Feedback” series! This week you had us ROFL from the comments you left on our Facebook page. To reward our awesome readers — and commenters — we’re showcasing this week’s top picks!

Y’all lost your mind when it came to the McChicken lover last week. This week, some of you were upset at people expressing hate for Chipotle, and others were super-hyped about Durex’s eggplant flavored condoms.

We appreciate that you read our stories and leave us your advice, opinions, and some of the most savage commentary on the web.

Here’s what made the cut this week. Think you can make next week’s list?


STORY: Former Chipotle Fans Share The Exact Moment They Started Hating It  

Wherever this so-called “snarky Internet” is located, please show me the way! I’ll just be with the other non-Internet bloggers.



Story: Watch This Guy Set The World Record For Most McNuggets Eaten

This was an awesome challenge to watch. However, those of you that said you wanted to try it, we advise leaving this challenge to the professionals.


STORY: Restaurants Ring In Pumpkin Spice Season With Their Newest Offerings

I guess some people aren’t down with Pumpkin spice. Who knew? To each their own.

Story: Couple Arrested For Performing A ‘Hand Job’ In A Crowded Mexican Restaurant [WATCH]

Thanks for reminding us it’s important to always use the correct terminology when discussing lewd public acts.


Facebook LiveStream: K-Town Spicy Challenge

We love when viewers tune in to watch our live events. It’s even better when they cheer us on in honor of one of our heroes, Harambe.


Story: Durex Trolls Everyone With Eggplant-Flavored Condoms Nobody Asked For

You would think Durex would have picked more enticing flavors, but these are pretty good suggestions.



Story: Danny Trejo Says Burger King’s Whopperrito Isn’t Helping Obesity

I can’t tell if this dude’s a fan of the Whopperrito or Danny Trejo. Maybe both.


Here’s How to Make Triple Candy Corn Cake Batter Blondies

It’s fall. The season you wait for all year round for several key reasons: football, sweaters, and most importantly, candy corn.

So when the leaves start to fall, you go to the store, and you find not only the traditional candy corn, but you pick up those Candy Corn M&Ms, and even a package of those crazy new Candy Corn Oreos. Because there’s absolutely no good reason I can think of why you shouldn’t throw all three of these into one dessert, I’ve decided to put them all into one cake batter blondie.


Candy Corn Cake Batter Blondies
(adapted from Girl Meets Life)


  • 1 box yellow cake mix
  • 1/4c canola oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2c milk
  • generous 1/2c Candy Corn
  • heaping 1/2c Candy Corn M&Ms
  • 14 Candy Corn Oreo Cookies, coarsely chopped


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Combine the cake mix, oil and egg, and milk.
  3. Mix in candy corn, M&Ms, and chopped Oreo cookies.
  4. Spread batter in a greased and floured 9×9 pan or Edge Brownie Pan and bake for 25-30 minutes or just until the edges turn golden.
  5. Let cool for 40 minutes.

These Candy Corn Cake Batter Blondies put the “HOLY CRAP THESE ARE AWESOME” in faHOLYCRAPTHESEAREAWESOMEll. The candy corn gets all melt-y (and may stick to the bottom of the pan, so watch out for that), the blondie itself is all gooey, and the Oreos are all crunchy, and because I haven’t used the word all quite enough times in this sentence, it’s all good.


Candy Corn Oreos Are a Real Thing, Here is What They Look Like

The latest WTF-inducing flavor from the Oreo brand has arrived, and it’s just in time for the looming Fall season, and the even more anticipated Halloween holiday. Can you say Candy Corn OREO?

Oreo has confirmed that the product is indeed real, and will be available exclusively at Target stores starting next week at a suggested retail price of $3.59. We visited a local Target and grabbed up a couple packages at a slightly cheaper price tag of $2.99.

Each container comes with about 20 cookies, with every two cookies setting you back about 150 calories, 7 grams of fat and 12 grams of sugar.

How do they taste? Like frosting. If no one had told you they were candy corn flavor, chances are you would have never guessed it was themed after the popular Halloween candy. There’s a slight hint of candy corn flavoring, but it’s almost indistinguishable from birthday cake frosting flavors.

According to the packaging, the cookie is a limited edition Halloween season run. Here’s what they look like cracked open: