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Chocolate Kiwifruit Popsicles

To make this delicious concoction, peel and slice kiwifruits into rounds one inch thick. Dip them in a mixture of chocolate and coconut oil, allow the chocolate to cool, then freeze them. They look amazing! Link -via Foodbeast

World’s Largest Cannoli

Appropriately, the Boston Foodie refers to this enormous concoction as “the Big Dig of pastry engineering.” This cannoli, the world’s largest, was made last year at the New England Dessert Showcase.  Link -via Pocket Pistols, Historic Firearms, & Curiosities

Chocolate Chip Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Like sardines and peanut butter, chocolate and cheddar cheese are two flavors that just belong together. Stef of The Cupcake Project stumbled upon this truth in her laboratory and shared it with the world. She’s also developed an advanced version that involves frying the concoction on a griddle. Link -via That’s Nerdalicious!

S’More Ice Cream Sandwiches

Get in my belly! All of the major components in Bright-Eyed Baker’s amazing concoction are homemade: the marshmallows, the graham crackers and even the ice cream. She dipped the graham crackers in chocolate and mixed marshmallows and graham cracker crumbs into the ice cream. You can find her recipe at the link. Link -via Tasteologie

Banana and Peanut Butter Sushi Roll

That would be disgusting, except that there’s no fish in this concoction. It just looks like a sushi roll. Katelyn of Domestic Charm devised a simple recipe that uses only bananas, tortillas, honey, raisins and cinnamon. Roll them together for breakfast or an afternoon snack. Link -via Cathy Grande

Thanksgiving Turkey Cake

This isn’t a cake in the traditional sense of the term because it’s cooked with ground turkey breast, yams, and mashed potatoes. But Amy Wisniewski’s concoction is shaped like a cake, so you might as well serve it for dessert. You can find the recipe at the link. Link via Geekologie | Photo: Amy Wisniewski

Chainlink Extreme 4X4

(YouTube Link) YouTube user rhauf1 shares with us this vehicular concoction dubbed Chainlink, assembled from salvaged and custom parts. The engine is a fuel-injected Ford 5.0 V-8 from a Cobra, and transmission and t-case from an old Bronco, but the real treat is the hydraulically-controlled swing arms.