Hungry? Here are 6 Ways to Eat Fireball
When hunger strikes we reach for foods that fall within our strict Fireball diet. Get cooking with these six Fireball-infused food recipes.
Sugar and butter are our two favorite foods. Mixed together, they form boring caramel sauce. Mixed with Fireball, they form badass caramel sauce. Blogger Tori of the Provocative Palate shows us how to create a Fireball caramel sauce that’s ideal for slathering over hot cinnamon rolls. Breakfast is served.
When faced with a tough life decision we always go straight to BroBible for guidance. For example, we ask, “What’s for lunch?”
And BroBible says, “Fireball Whisky Applesauce.” Duh.
“Whisky is the ‘water of life,’ so Fireball whisky applesauce is probably the healthiest thing you’ll ever eat.”
If life on Earth came to an end and we all had to relocate to Robyn’s Online World, that would be just fine. Because in Robyn’s Online World, we could eat Fireball bread pudding every day forever. Let’s just say that this recipe contains Fireball, bread, hard cider, and butter… and then some more butter. Boom.
“Angry Orchard Hard Apple Cider with a shot of Fireball Cinnamon Whisky. Yes, please. Even if you are not making this bread pudding recipe I encourage you to try this combo to drink regardless.”
The only hearts we’re after are ones that beat with Fireball. Make these boozy brownies from Life Over Easy for someone special. We guarantee that whoever eats one will fall madly in love with you… and then eat the rest of the batch without sharing.
Trisha from The Lazy Mom Cooks recommends that you make these spiced nuts, put them in a cute mason jar, and gift them to a friend. We recommend that you make these spiced nuts and eat them off the tray alone in your kitchen with a shot of Fireball nearby.
Even if you have no interest in meatballs (and shame on you if that’s the case), you should still watch this recipe video for its entertainment value alone. The BBQ Pit Boys roll up ground beef and Fireball… and then wrap each meatball in bacon for good measure.
And then, as anyone would do, the grill master uses a syringe to literally inject more Fireball into the center of each meatball.