From peanut butter and jelly to spaghetti and meatballs, take a look at these popular foods that taste better together.
PB and J
Peanut butter and jelly have been together for a long time now. But Why settle for a standard PB&J sandwich when you can stuff a fluffy doughnut with creamy peanut butter and sweet jam?
Bacon and Eggs
These breakfast buds work in many wondrously delicious ways and we love them all. Try this unique twist to a traditional breakfast favourite.
Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup
This timeless pairing combines a creamy but cream-free tomato soup with the best grilled cheese ever. The soup has a secret ingredient which lends to its velvety consistency, while a combination of cheese, sourdough bread and perfect seasoning turn this childhood classic into a five-star masterpiece. You’ll see why grilled cheese and tomato soup go together so well!
Cookies & Cream
What’s better than an ice cream sandwich? A huge cookies and cream ice cream cake that’s perfect for your next birthday celebration at home.
Burger and Fries
A big juicy burger would be lonely without some crispy, salty fries on the side.
Pasta and Cheese
Such a simple pairing, but clearly one of the best. Childhood would not have been the same without the beloved KD.
Tomatoes and Mozzarella
Pizza would not be the same without these simple base ingredients, and the world would not be the same without pizza. Fact.
Cinnamon and Sugar
Sugar, spice and everything nice is a popular verse for a reason; these two ingredients are to thank for so many tasty treats.
Spaghetti and Meatballs with Veal and Ricotta
An Italian meatballs recipe is made best-ever, with veal, ricotta and Parmesan. A simple but stunning San Marzano tomato sauce and al dente pasta complete this eye-catching spaghetti and meatballs dinner.
Butter and Corn
Sweet, grilled corn rolled in salty, melted butter is a side dish that can’t be beat. Don’t think we forgot about butter and popcorn because that is another heavenly pairing.