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How To Make Homer Simpson’s ‘Moon Waffles’ At Home [WATCH]

Do you remember that episode of The Simpsons where Homer makes his ‘Patented Space Age Out-Of-This-World Moon Waffles’?

In case you forgot, here’s a clip showing how he made this abomination of butter, waffle batter, caramel, and liquid smoke.

Mmmmmm…. butter.

If you’re not down with eating a whole stick of butter and an entire burnt smoky caramel waffle, though, YouTuber Andrew Rea has got you covered with a recipe that covers all four major elements of the P.S.A.O.O.T.W. Moon Waffles. He featured his version in a new episode for his popular show “Binging with Babish.”

To stay true to the show, Rea did start off with Homer’s OG recipe and ended up with some disastrous results.

….Yeah, that burnt caramel is NOT gonna come out any time soon.

Apparently, Rea had to go get a new waffle iron just to make his better and more flavorful version, but from the looks of it, it was totally worth it.

Sure, Rea’s tastier and more visually appealing waffles don’t look exactly like Homer’s version, but they’ve got the desired flavors and won’t wreck your kitchen or arteries. So if you’re looking to recreate this fictional food, look to this recipe for guidance.


This Homer Simpson Statue Is Completely Covered in Junk Food

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It is pretty appropriate that an homage to the portly Homer Simpson be covered entirely with the sugary goodies that made him the man he is. has a show called “Fast Food Formations,” where they mess around and just create cool stuff using food. For this Homer statue, they used 29 mini white powdered donuts, 128 yellow gummy bears and 26 lemon gummies to make his arms and yellow melted saltwater taffy for his face. His shirt was made up of giant marshmallows, vanilla meringues and mini powdered donuts. The outline of his shirt and hair were made with licorice, and they surrounded him with an ocean of blue gummy bears, blue cotton candy and his favorite pink sprinkled donuts. Oh, yeah. His beloved Duff beer was made with 77 cola gummies.

Mmm… Sacrilicious.

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If Homer Simpson and George Foreman Joined Forces: the No-Fry Donut Maker

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If Homer Simpson ever collaborated with George Foreman for breakfast, they’d probably use something like this.

The Bella Cucina Donut Maker by Sensio makes up to seven mini donuts at a time and saves you a trip to the supermarket. The traditional deep-frying method gets thrown out the window as these donuts are instead baked and only take a couple minutes at that.

The donut maker comes with its own recipe for batter, but if you’re reading this and haven’t already thought about incorporating bacon somehow, you’re not dreaming big enough.

If you really want to get creative, you could probably pull off some mini donut chips, or you can take the “Drunkin’ Donuts” idea and add an adult beverage to the batter.

Whatever floats your mini donut.

Donut Makers, $40 @Amazon