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The 10 Best Late Night Drunk Food Recipes

Cooking takes time to learn, but what truly turns one from amateur to pro is drinking, because it removes self-doubt from your mind and replaces it with pure audacity. When you’re drunk, and it’s late

Cooking takes time to learn, but what truly turns one from amateur to pro is drinking, because it removes self-doubt from your mind and replaces it with pure audacity. When you’re drunk, and it’s late, and your stomach is yearning for something heavenly, pure audacity is exactly what you need. It’s not cooking skills, nor recipes that will make your midnight meals truly satisfactory - it’s drinking.

Recipes are like training wheels; they help you with balance, but are really just for chumps. A true Ker-plunked chef does not follow recipes. Instead, they arrive at their masterpiece guided only by the ebb and flow of the universe, and of course, some liquid courage. Timing and ingredients are not what make a meal truly excellent, it’s the aplomb with which you create it.

But you have to start somewhere, with at least some sort of vision. Here are the 10 best tasty templates that will hopefully inspire the child culinary artist that is within your drunken self. Drink responsibly, and gorge without shame, oh discombobulated one.

10 Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches

via marthastewart.com

Martha Stewart, for an inside trader, you’re alright in our books - especially after you’ve given us the recipe to make grilled chocolate sandwiches. This is a recipe for when you can’t decide between having desert or a grilled cheese sandwich.

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9 2AM Chili

via youtube.com

The title suggests otherwise, but you can make this recipe at any time you feel like it. Not many people would choose to tackle such a robust challenge as this after 11 PM, but if it’s late and you crave something hearty, you can’t go wrong with chili.

Tyler Capps, the person who created this recipe, first posted it as part of a photo album on reddit in 2011. He used images and stick-figures to illustrate just how awesome the recipe was. Here, I’ll give you the run down using the traditional method with which recipes are transcribed, which is to say: words.

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8 Banana Ice-cream

via thekitchn.com

For this recipe, you will only need one ingredient, and unsurprisingly, that one ingredient is bananas. Due to their high concentration of pectin (a compound found in plants that is used to make gels), frozen bananas can be pureed to achieve a creamy consistency, not unlike ice cream.

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7 Spicy Ramen Noodle Macaroni & Cheese

via wsusignpost.com

Ramen packets are good for more things than just ramen. In fact, there are dozens of things you can do with them that are better than just following the standard directions. Most people usually have the ingredients for this recipe just sitting around, and are yet to be enlightened about their potential.

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6 Omurice (omelet with ketchup fried rice)

via japanesecooking101.com

This recipe is an example of yōshoku, or Western-influenced Japanese cooking. Omu-rice basically consists of egg, ketchup and rice, but the recipe I will be giving you gussies it up a bit. The amazing part about it is, you can strip all of the extra ingredients away from this and still end up with a delicious dish.

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5 Pizza Cupcakes

via recipeshubs.com

Yes, you read that correctly. Cupcakes can do more than just satisfy your sweet tooth; they can fulfill your cravings for cheese and pepperoni, too. This recipe puts bagel bites to shame, and it’s easy.

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4 Cheese Chili Toast

via youtube.com

Everybody likes toast, but you know what’s better than toast? Cheese chili toast. This recipe combines the delicious flavors of cheese, green chili, and ginger. You can add or subtract amounts of each, to suit your tastes.

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3 Microwave Rice Crispy Treat

via yellowblissroad.com

This one will help you satisfy your sweet tooth in under 5 minutes. It’s that quick to make because it utilizes the best cooking device that is yet to be invented: the microwave. What would drunk chefs do if the microwave was never invented? Unite together to build one, probably.

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2 Creamy Hummus Broccoli

via healthygirlskitchen.com

If you are like me and think vegetables are the worst (especially broccoli), then you will be surprised when I say that this recipe is delicious. It’s a tasty way of getting your daily fix of greens, and vitamin C. Also, it’s easy, so it’s drunk-proof.

You could add lemon juice, garlic, or black pepper to this recipe to make it even better.

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1 Deep-fried Shots

via texas.spoonuniversity.com

In case you’re drunk and want to eat while still drinking, why not do both at the same time? This recipe is a glorious solution for literally doing just that.

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Sources:  marthastewart.com, thekitchn.com,

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