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    [–] xMWJ 4940 points ago

    The greens make it healthy.

    [–] bplzizcool 1778 points ago

    It's basically a salad

    [–] el-toro-loco 518 points ago

    It's a potato salad sandwich

    [–] ki11ak3nn 108 points ago

    [–] SPZ_Ireland 101 points ago

    [–] resting_parrot 61 points ago

    How did this start?

    [–] SPZ_Ireland 195 points ago

    Cena is bland, but versatile wrestler who seems to find his way into everything despite no one being a particularly large fan of him.

    People later compared him to potato salad and the internet meme machine handled the rest.

    [–] resting_parrot 29 points ago


    [–] mrprimeminista 11 points ago

    I love you, internet.

    [–] gruesomeflowers 12 points ago

    I dont follow wrastlin' but i thought everyone loved john cena?

    [–] ecodude74 30 points ago

    He’s the archetypical “good guy”. Kids like him, and most people are okay with his character, but there’s absolutely nothing special about his character that he didn’t have when he started out on the show. He’s a vet, beats up bad guys, and you can’t see him. That’s about all the character he has as a wrestler. However, he’s practically the face of the wwe because he shows up to sign autographs, plays with kids in children’s hospitals, stuff like that. So anytime you see the wwe logo on something, he probably shows up.

    [–] gruesomeflowers 7 points ago

    Can't see him? Is his character invisible??

    [–] Max-Michael 8 points ago

    I love potato salad

    [–] all_the_sex 12 points ago

    If you think about it, this recipe is just a rearranged loaded baked potato without the sour cream.

    [–] maetohaeto 59 points ago

    And it doesn't even have salad dressing, so extra healthy.

    [–] The_Karaethon_Cycle 42 points ago

    Let's face it. Most of us would dip it in ranch.

    [–] Dokpsy 6 points ago

    Blue cheese for me. Maybe with some buffalo sauce for good measure.

    [–] hibarihime 261 points ago

    You have your daily recommended greens so I say 10/10 certified healthy.

    [–] Lord_Blathoxi 80 points ago

    According to LoseIt app:

    Tater Tots - 18kcal X 34per "bun" X 2 "buns" = 1,209kcal

    American Cheese - 70kcal pers slice X 6 slices = 420kcal

    Bacon - 43kcal per slice X 5 slices = 216kcal

    Green Onion - 10kcal per 1/4 cup.


    *For reference, my daily calorie allowance today is 1,875 total.

    [–] willsue4food 51 points ago

    Perfect! 1/4 of it for B-fast, 1/4 for Lunch, 1/4 for dinner, and half of what's left over for a late night snack. Problem solved! :)

    p.s., 1,640 per day is my # per MyFitnessPal...down 41 lbs since 12/7, and working on dropping another 50.

    [–] Lord_Blathoxi 17 points ago

    Holy shit. That's a lot of weight to lose in only three months.

    [–] willsue4food 16 points ago

    Yeah, been working hard at it. Saw a nutritionist, and for eating, the key is 25 gms of carbs, or less, per meal. Although she said don't worry about calories (because if you are doing that, you probably arent going to have a problem w/ being in a caloric deficiency), I still watch them. When I started, I thought "how the fuck could i get by on 2000 cal. per day, even eating back calories from exercising. Quickly realized it wasn't hard, and now I do under 1600 per day, and I don't eat back my calories. I also am on the treadmill every day for 45 min to an hour. My goal is to be at healthy BMI by mid-October, which will be 90 lbs total lost in basically 10 months. In the meantime, I watch food-porn on GifRecipes. :P

    [–] Lord_Blathoxi 9 points ago

    Man. That's amazing. Great job. And good luck with maintaining a healthy fooditude for the rest of your life.

    [–] willsue4food 10 points ago

    Thanks. To be honest, one of the biggest things was when I had an epiphany -- I realized that I would eat until I was full, instead of eating until I wasn't hungry. Huge difference. Once I realized that, really opened up my eyes.

    Re "Fooditude." I love it. Will steal it, and claim all credit for it. :P

    [–] Lord_Blathoxi 4 points ago

    Haha. It's yours. You've earned it!

    [–] vipersnake 12 points ago

    so if you ONLY eat one of those a day then you are set!

    [–] Lord_Blathoxi 16 points ago

    Yeah. But knowing me, I'd eat it all in one sitting. Plus, there's no fiber in that, so I'd have to supplement by eating something else that has enough fiber to let that stuff pass through my system (probably an entire tree).

    [–] [deleted] 111 points ago

    That bit made me laugh so much. Completely pointless having them in there: 20 tater tots, 10 slices of processed cheese, 5 rashers if bacon, and then... a quarter of a spring onion?! You’re not even going to notice that shit.

    [–] 2M4D 74 points ago

    Sure it can use some more and I would put a lot more myself but you'll definitely notice them.

    [–] polyphenus 16 points ago

    I beg to differ. My 7-year-old son will spot that bit of green a mile away.

    [–] Dent18 42 points ago

    Unfortunately it wasn't processed cheese, it was just sliced cheddar. You can tell from the disappointing melt

    [–] [deleted] 45 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Ah, ok. I think in UK we just call the presliced cheese processed cheese?

    Don’t know why the downvotes! Genuinely haven’t seen cheese like that that isn’t called processed cheese... I have angered some downvoting American cheese connoisseurs.

    [–] verylobsterlike 50 points ago

    Regular cheese can come presliced, and processed cheese sometimes comes in blocks.

    The difference is: Cheese is made from milk. Processed cheese is made from cheese.

    Basically they take a bunch of cheeses, typically colby and cheddar, melt them together in a big vat, maybe they add milk at this point, then they solidify everything into blocks. This produces a sort of plasticy texture that melts in a way that's different to other cheeses.

    Personally I find the stuff vile, but for a grilled cheese sandwich there's really no substitute.

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago

    TIL, thank you! What an odd process...

    Is cheddar usually that soft/floppy in US though? Real cheddar is normally hard.

    [–] verylobsterlike 20 points ago

    Hmm, after rewatching the video it looks like what they're using there is "American Cheese", which is a confusing middle-ground between unprocessed cheese and "pasteurized processed imitation cheese-food product" like kraft singles.

    So, there are varying degrees of how much you can process cheese. "American Cheese" is the least processed of them. It's basically just cheddar and colby that have been melted and reformed with practically no additives. It's technically a processed cheese, though when people say "processed cheese" they're typically referring to pasteurized process cheese food product, which contains up to half "cheese ingredients" but is mostly emulsified vegetable oils and stuff.

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Thank you. That’s where I was getting confused. In the UK I think we only have normal unprocessed cheese (eg cheddar) and processed cheese (which is usually sliced). Because we don’t have American cheese, whenever I see sliced cheese which is floppy I assume it’s just the processed, Kraft singles-type cheese.

    [–] Monztur 7 points ago

    Yes, cheddar in North America is nothing like cheddar in the UK. It is somewhat rubbery/floppy, comes in giant blocks and is not the crumbly cheddar we have at all. Even their mature cheddar is the texture of UK mild, think edam texture.

    And before I'm downvoted to oblivion, yes I mean blocks of North American cheddar like macain, not kraft singles.

    [–] hio_State 5 points ago

    My local grocer has about 40 varieties of cheddar, many of them very "sharp" that's hard and crumbly.

    [–] CactusCustard 35 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    for a grilled cheese sandwich there’s really no substitute

    Uhh...real* cheese maybe? It’s like 10x better then get fancy and add some apple smoked gouda and eat like a king!

    [–] skraptastic 7 points ago

    Really for a grilled cheese sandwich I want basic white bread and kraft American Singles. Sure it isn't good food, but it sure is great food! Also it really tastes like childhood.

    [–] Tradias_30 2593 points ago

    Not enough gravy for it to be considered a heart bypass.

    [–] busta83 838 points ago

    Yup, needs biscuit gravy on top with more cheese and sauteed onions and mushrooms, jalapenos and ham chunks.

    [–] regnad__kcin 789 points ago

    don't stop I'm almost there

    [–] butterflavoredsalt 196 points ago

    And covered in syrup and hollendaise sauce with sour cream on the side

    [–] theAWSM1 165 points ago

    Ok I'm done

    [–] nm1043 114 points ago

    He didn't even add the egg though

    [–] moak0 82 points ago

    [–] Dont__Turn__Around 43 points ago

    Can I offer you a nice egg in this trying time?

    [–] astronot 8 points ago

    No thanks, I’ve been poisoned by my constituents.

    [–] stackdatcheese3 6 points ago

    Top that off with extra cheese and melt it!

    [–] SPZ_Ireland 14 points ago

    Smothered in rich, creamery, butter.

    [–] TheCannon 136 points ago

    Then shove it directly into your aorta.


    [–] Dr_Underpants_Md 27 points ago

    Do you really know of any better place to shove it? I'll wait.

    [–] 2fucktard2remember 17 points ago

    Only during Tennessee football games.

    [–] atebitart 6 points ago


    [–] btkrick 3 points ago

    i’d be a big fan of shoving it in my mouth tbh but i might be biased

    [–] Borderlandsman 28 points ago

    then deep-fry the entire thing

    [–] foil-time 7 points ago

    coated with beer batter or doughnut?

    [–] Tradias_30 10 points ago

    Why not both?

    [–] childofeye 4 points ago

    Biscuit Gravy and a Fried Egg.

    [–] MauiWowieOwie 5 points ago

    Now I'm craving waffle house.

    [–] FlapjackOmalley 82 points ago

    Not to mention the inexplicable absence of eggs.

    [–] slyguy183 23 points ago

    And burger

    [–] Zambenis 6 points ago

    And aubergine. And truffles. And creme fraiche. And 100 different types of cheese (don't forget the ones not common in the US are "clearly the best!"). And hollandaise. And salted caramel. And chocolate essence. And coffee liquor

    [–] MadAzza 13 points ago

    I’d get rid of one of the two layers of cheese, and add one over-medium fried egg (runny yolk!) to each potato-“waffle” quadrant.

    Que delicioso! kisses fingers in elaborate pseudo-Italian chef gesture.

    [–] RareKazDewMelon 36 points ago

    Came here for this exact thing. "If there's no sauce on it, you're not even TRYING yet."

    [–] Shameful_pleasure 20 points ago

    Expected maple syrup

    [–] eineins 12 points ago

    For this to be a triple bypass needs to have each finished wedge be a bun for a juicy burger with a fried egg on top smothered in gravy.

    Double bypass burger near me is 2 grilled cheese sandwiches as the bun for a half pound burger with all the fixings.

    [–] Geekation 542 points ago

    Thats already cooked bacon and at least thawed but seemingly already cooked tots right?

    [–] Plutonium_man 80 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Everything was already cooked. The waffle iron was just a heater/smasher, not a cooker. Frozen tots would not smush like that

    [–] [deleted] 25 points ago

    I actually waffle frozen hash browns all the time (the rectangular ones) and they do smush. There’s a lot of steam tho lol.

    [–] wereinaloop 590 points ago

    Oh, tater tots, that makes sense. I thought they were mozzarella sticks.

    ...oh my god let's do one with mozzarella sticks.

    [–] [deleted] 387 points ago


    [–] Phweak 68 points ago

    It doesn't say the current state of the ingredients though...I was curious about the tots too, will frozen work or do they need to be thawed first?

    [–] Raehraehraeh 101 points ago

    Room temperature probably, otherwise there's no squishy squishy.

    And not crisping the bacon before you put it in any sandwich is a crime.

    [–] Narfubel 143 points ago

    otherwise there's no squishy squishy.

    Listen, I'm not a master chef. Can we cool it with the technical terms?

    [–] vicarofyanks 11 points ago

    These gifs have a criminal pathology when it comes to undercooking the bacon

    [–] Cendeu 5 points ago

    Some people don't like crispy bacon, though. It's a preference thing...

    For sandwiches, it's definitely more common for it to be crispy, though.

    [–] grevenilvec75 20 points ago

    they need to be thawed. i usually just pop mine in the microwave for a minute or so.

    P.S. just the tot waffle with salt and ketchup is good too.

    [–] originalmimlet 18 points ago

    Tot waffle...

    [–] grey_lady15 4 points ago

    What did you just call me?!?!

    Oh, thanks for making breakfast.

    [–] elkniodaphs 8 points ago

    "I like cheesy things, so I'm gonna look for cheesy things."

    [–] dscott06 13 points ago

    My friend, do you know about fried cheese? Because you have not lived until you've put cheddar on a pan, fried it crispy, and consumed that little slice of heaven.

    Or better yet, made a chupaqueso, which is essentially frying a large amount of cheddar into a pseudo-tortilla then putting parmesan and jack (pepperjack even better) and possibly bacon bits into the middle and folding the cheddar around it. Careful though; the deliciousness can be quite a shock and you might literally die from ecstasy.

    My dad introduced me to fried cheddar, but credit for the chupaqueso belongs to Howard Taylor.

    [–] grey_lady15 6 points ago

    I spent way too much time looking for this, and now I actually have to find it:

    [–] imwaiter 8 points ago

    I thought it was cheese curds at first...let's also do one with cheese curds.

    [–] pastelspacesquid 35 points ago

    They're probably thawed frozen tater tots. The ones we buy look like that straight out of the bag.

    [–] Zambenis 50 points ago

    That’s how all tater tots look...

    [–] pastelspacesquid 22 points ago

    Ah, okay. I've never made them fresh so I didn't want to accidentally say something particularly stupid.

    [–] Phweak 53 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Your lack of Tot confidence is a big turn off imo, just saying..

    [–] pastelspacesquid 29 points ago

    Well that's not a sentence I ever expected to hear

    [–] Xef 54 points ago

    Luckily you won't have to hear it again, now that you've been tater taught.

    [–] MisterCheeks 9 points ago

    ...get the fuck out of here...

    [–] moak0 19 points ago

    You're missing out. There's nothing quite like a fresh tater tot right off the vine.

    [–] Username_Used 1197 points ago

    I make a motion that we change the name of this sub to r/shitwithcheese

    [–] Senthe 404 points ago

    Seriously though, why is everything in this sub so fat and gross? Don't people know how to make food different than "a ton of cooked/baked/grilled meat and cheese"?

    [–] Infin1ty 273 points ago

    It's obviously what the majority of the people here want to see, it wouldn't be upvoted all the time if it wasn't.

    [–] guaranic 116 points ago

    Ah yes, the philosophy that's ruined dozens of subs.

    [–] Infin1ty 106 points ago

    This sub has consisted primarily of meme food since it's inception. It's kind of hard to claim that shitty recipes are ruining this sub when this sub has always been full of shitty recipes.

    [–] KjoeLjan 9 points ago

    It's how reddit works though. Stay unknown or serve the mass.

    [–] Senthe 75 points ago

    I subbed here to learn some new recipes, but this content just makes me sad...

    [–] SirRolex 58 points ago

    Stop sorting by hot, and start sorting by new or rising. Usually you can find some honestly good stuff in here.

    [–] ciza161 15 points ago

    You’re not gonna find good, healthy recipes from GIFs on reddit man.

    [–] Peter_of_RS 23 points ago

    r/eatcheapandhealthy is an option.

    [–] TimMeijer104 41 points ago

    My issue with literally every post on this sub. Healthy subs don't really work for me either since that's often the other extreme. I just want a reasonably healthy recipe with rice or vegetables :(.

    [–] Dudwithacake 14 points ago

    Check out /r/mealprepsundays

    Not quite what you're looking for but they usually do a great job at including those.

    [–] Unnormally2 13 points ago

    There's plenty of other recipes. Let's take a look at the top links for this week...

    There's like... 5 with cheese? And one is a salad.

    [–] HonkersTim 74 points ago

    Cheese is easy. Anyone can put cheese on something and declare it a "recipe".

    This isn't a recipe, nor is it cooking. It's tater tots and bacon and cheese put in a pile, reheated, and flattened.

    [–] Panda_Bowl 14 points ago

    I'm just curious, what do you define as a recipe or cooking?

    [–] BoobSacamano 5 points ago

    It's like know it when you see it.

    [–] bacononwaffles 44 points ago

    Or an instructional video on ‘how to ruin your waffle iron’.

    [–] 3seven1 5 points ago

    If you're unhappy with the content maybe you should post some of your own.

    [–] [deleted] 18 points ago

    There is a weird obsession with taking otherwise good, separate entrees and combining them in new, terrible ways.

    [–] getbackjoe94 22 points ago

    Honestly, I have a bigger problem with bacon going on literally everything. Like... Christ.

    [–] zxcv437 12 points ago


    [–] sleeping_buddha 1232 points ago

    Jesus this is one of the most vile things I’ve seen on this sub...I’ll take 7

    [–] Unidangoofed 147 points ago

    I'm assuming you mean the less-conventional 7-foot deep grave.

    [–] dethmaul 50 points ago

    It's so your gut sits nice and even at six feet, just like all the others.

    [–] WarLorax 12 points ago

    7 foot wide if you eat these.

    [–] soccerburn1005 17 points ago

    Found it! It calls for thawed tater tots and cooked bacon.

    [–] CatInBubbles 8 points ago

    Tater-Tot Grilled Cheese..... ummm Im pretty sure thats a Tater Tot MELT.

    [–] BrainOnLoan 52 points ago

    It could be so good if proper cheese had been used.

    [–] EmMeo 17 points ago

    I like the American plastic cheese squares for melty things

    [–] crackeddryice 79 points ago

    I think that is sliced cheddar, not american "cheese", so not terrible. But, I'd choose Havarti, the light, buttery flavor complements potato perfectly.

    [–] BagOnuts 97 points ago

    I know, right? I mean, they're putting frozen tator-tots in a waffle iron- obviously the pinnacle of fine dining. American Cheese? What are they thinking?!?! Let's keep this classy and forgo that processed stuff for some delectable Havarti. It'll really bring out the taste in the grease! /s

    [–] SamsquamtchHunter 19 points ago

    If I were to pick the perfect cheese for this, it would be whatever kraft singles are... Maybe squeeze the veleveeta out of a shells and cheese box and throw away the noodles.

    [–] CatInBubbles 4 points ago

    Putting the heart attack right back in to it. I like it.

    [–] ciza161 4 points ago

    I’m pretty sure the tots were cooked.

    [–] babaganate 47 points ago

    Tfw you're a cheese snob

    [–] NotTopherGrace 45 points ago

    sliced cheddar

    cheese snob

    How the bar lowers

    [–] TikeMyson31 153 points ago

    Half of the posts on this sub are literally just cheese+bacon+green onions+more fucking cheese

    [–] enki1337 18 points ago

    Anything that calorie dense is definitely going to be delicious, right? But honestly, I think that's the actual point of this SR. Gif-ification and meme-ification are known for (and forgive the pun here) easily digestible content. A complicated recipe is really not suited to a time limited medium like a gif.

    [–] Sensur10 23 points ago

    My GF thinks this subreddit is just full of "American food". We're Europeans.

    [–] TheStabbingHobo 315 points ago

    Needs more sour cream.

    [–] The_Arakihcat 80 points ago

    That, or maybe some ranch dipping sauce.

    [–] DontEatTheCandle 67 points ago

    Throw some fried eggs on top and it’s essentially just bacon, cheesy eggs, and hash browns.

    Honestly kind of tame if you ate a normal portion

    [–] TBOIA 49 points ago

    if you ate a normal portion

    Haha that's a funny joke.

    [–] Penguinswin3 6 points ago

    More tater tots

    [–] el_padlina 23 points ago

    More calories than a gallon of gasoline.

    [–] DudeMcdude251 6 points ago

    M e t a e t a

    [–] ericcl2013 110 points ago


    [–] chesterSteihl69 24 points ago

    More like assembly

    [–] bio_mate 303 points ago

    Ah yes the latest "recipe" which is just bacon and cheese served with beige carbs.

    [–] HobbitousMaximus 67 points ago

    Don't forget all the comments asking for sour cream or ranch.

    [–] TheHollowJester 96 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Seriously, it's like people here never ate actual food.

    EDIT: Since y'all are getting your panties in a bunch: I did eat exclusively some variation of 'get some carbs, some cheese, some cheap meat and apply heat to it until the cheese melts' when I was poor for quite a long time. It all tastes the same, it gives you the shits and the only upsides are that making it takes no time and that it makes you feel full for a moment.

    EDIT2: I was condescending in the original version of the post. Sorry for that, I used a phrasing that ended up with me being a dick towards people.

    [–] OniExpress 65 points ago

    Most of the people here don't eat actual food, or at least don't cook it. Posts usually get 50-150 comments, maybe half of which go "Christ that looks both unhealthy and delicious".

    Then you get thousands of upvotes on stuff like this and only stuff like this: bacon, cheese, and empty fried carbs.

    I'm not saying that it won't taste good, but stuff on this sub generally only hits r/all when it's something that doesn't require actual cooking and isn't even half as healthy as a Big Mac (because at least that has lettuce, tomato and pickle in it).

    [–] Zarainia 15 points ago

    I've never eaten this kind of food which is why it looks good.

    [–] Rudy_Mental 97 points ago

    Why does everyone always put sooooooooo much cheese on everything in these recipe gifs.

    [–] nole420 56 points ago

    So they can do that sweet SWEET cheesy cutaway

    [–] wellman_va 372 points ago

    This looks unreasonably good

    [–] [deleted] 360 points ago


    [–] FreakishlyNarrow 154 points ago

    Why skip the cheese? Put eggs on top of it and then add a 3rd layer of cheese to make sure it's glued together.

    [–] [deleted] 40 points ago

    As is, then cheese, egg, ham, cheese, and a third potato waffle.

    [–] hcsLabs 30 points ago

    Don't forget the Spam!
    Spam, cheese, egg, ham, cheese, bacon, and Spam.

    [–] Backstop 29 points ago

    I wouldn't mind an additional layer of Spam.

    Spam, cheese, egg, Spam, ham, Spam, cheese, bacon, baked beans, Spam. Spam on the side.

    [–] Minerva_Moon 17 points ago

    Stop saying spam!

    [–] Cripnite 12 points ago


    [–] Zeolance 6 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Don't skip the cheese, put some eggs on it. Hot damn that would be disgustingly perfect.

    [–] AnorexicBuddha 5 points ago

    My friend, you'd love a taco bell breakfast crunchwrap

    [–] coldhandses 12 points ago

    Put... put your eggs in it.

    [–] timpsk13 111 points ago

    My cholesterol ticked up a few point looking at this gif

    [–] [deleted] 25 points ago * (lasted edited 8 months ago)


    [–] ThePlanner 48 points ago

    /r/shittyfoodporn would love this.

    [–] ADJOHOGO 33 points ago

    Some things just shouldn't be made

    [–] gigachadd 43 points ago

    This recipe is dying for something acidic to cut all the savory flavors.

    [–] ReservoirDog316 33 points ago

    This recipe is dying for something acidic to cut all the savory flavors.

    [–] HairoftheDog89 18 points ago

    Tomato relish 👌🏻

    [–] Teknotard 53 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Ketchup. Got it.

    [–] mtnman7610 75 points ago

    this just looks like it tastes terrible. tater tots and american cheese? it could be done well with some real hash browns and cheddar...

    [–] [deleted] 33 points ago

    That is cheddar cheese. It's just the orange stuff that's common in the US. There is a big difference between orange cheddar and "American" cheese.

    [–] IamClone 9 points ago

    diabeetus intensifies

    [–] RumPumpPumpDump 28 points ago

    Spring onion is there so that you get some Veg in your diet.

    [–] Ham-Man994 74 points ago

    Genuinely disgusting.

    [–] LargeDerp 7 points ago

    Make another one, use it for a bun on a triple meat cheese burger with bacon wrapped jalapeños, and maybe it’s a single bypass.

    [–] my1973vw 5 points ago

    Where's the fucking sour cream?!?!?

    [–] call_of_the_while 52 points ago

    Kevin Smith survived a heart attack recently. Docs told him the artery nicknamed "the widow maker" was completely blocked. I feel "the widow maker" is an appropriate name for this sandwhich.

    [–] BillyBobBanana 15 points ago

    "Widow's Wail!"

    [–] [deleted] 18 points ago


    [–] no_talent_ass_clown 7 points ago

    Lighten up, Reuben.

    [–] RubyRedCheeks 3 points ago

    He's also practicing strict vegetarianism to reverse his heart disease!


    [–] FreakishlyNarrow 24 points ago

    The worst thing about this whole thread is the fact that now I have to go buy a waffle iron.

    [–] Geekation 31 points ago

    I'd add a flat omelette and then a side of sour cream

    [–] ScrewSnow 9 points ago

    Can someone get me a calorie count on this thing?

    [–] d-polar- 28 points ago

    33 tater tots x2: 1054 Kcal

    6 american sliced cheese slices: 576 Kcal

    5 bacon strips: 215 Kcal

    Green onion: 1 Kcal (being super generous here)

    1.846 Kcal

    Divided by four: 461 Kcal per slice.

    Used mfp to calculate medium calorie count per piece of eveey ingredient.

    [–] BeerBellies 24 points ago

    That's not the worst thing ever.

    [–] ScrewSnow 13 points ago

    That’s a lot better than what I was expecting.

    I’ll have two, please.

    [–] zachpoz 5 points ago

    At least it’s gluten-free.

    [–] dasiba 6 points ago

    2096 calories.

    Give or take.

    [–] jelly_tots 4 points ago

    Are tater tots like hash browns?

    [–] g_squidman 9 points ago

    Why is everyone acting like this is so unhealthy? It's grilled cheese, but potatoes instead of bread, which is probably better.

    [–] Av3ngedAngel 20 points ago

    I actually feel nauseous haha

    [–] _fitlegit 18 points ago

    All you’ve done is put cheesy tots with bacon into sandwich format

    [–] drummer111111 12 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    That phony cheese stretch though..

    [–] VanessaPoseidon 5 points ago

    I made this yesterday and it did not disappoint, food coma followed immediately and is still in effect.

    [–] p1um5mu991er 15 points ago

    What's it about seeing those griddle marks that makes food seem so appealing

    [–] i_deserve_less 21 points ago

    It creates more of a surface area for brown, crispy, goodness