How to make home versions of your favorite junk foods

Naked Chicken Chalupa

Taco Bell's Naked Chicken Chalupa may be gone (and no, the Naked Chicken Chips


Okay, there may be something special about the processed flavour of processed fruit leathers that is lost when made at home

Sandwiches from Chick-fil-A

The South's favourite fried chicken sandwich isn't as difficult to obtain as you might think. Regardless of where you live (or whether it's Sunday or not)


To begin, we'll drop a bombshell: these tortilla chips are not only more delicious than Doritos, but they're also (somehow) vegan.


We're going to stick with Fork and Beans for this next recipe as well, because they've accomplished the impossible by creating gluten-free, vegan dishes. 

McDonald's Fries

Serious Eats' McDonald's Fries has a well-deserved reputation for recreating beloved fast food staples, and this may be their crown jewel.

Gummy Bears

You will need special moulds for these, but once you have them, there is nothing stopping you from making healthy gummy bears for your children.

Reese's Cups

we recognise that these do not resemble Reese's cups. Also, unlike Reese's cups, they aren't filled with peanut butter.

Popcorn Made in Chicago

Most people outside of the Midwest are oblivious to one of the best-ever junk foods: Chicago-style popcorn, a delectable combination of cheese and caramel corn.

Twix Candy Bars

Twix bars may be the most underappreciated candy bars, which parents routinely steal from their children's pillowcases every Halloween.

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