April 1st: Food for Fools

Warning: Today is April Fool’s Day. Take EVERYTHING with a grain of salt. Whether your salt was replaced with sugar or your roommate placed clear tape across your doorway, you are a victim of this holiday who wants revenge.

Practical jokes can cross the line, and we want to make sure you get revenge in the greatest (and safest) way possible. What better way to show your comedic prowess than with food! Here are 5 easy tricky treats that will have your friends applauding your cleverness.

Get your chef hat on and your camera ready, because these foods for fools will give everyone a good chuckle.

  1. Toothpaste Oreos

This one is a classic. All over the Internet there are videos of this hilarious prank. Simply remove the icing and squeeze on the toothpaste. Make sure the toothpaste is decently firm and pure white so it doesn’t raise eyebrows.


  1. Mayonnaise Filling

Whether you use the mayonnaise to fill a donut or cupcake, this trick is sure to cause some taste bud confusion. This trick can be more tedious to carry out, but provides one of the biggest laughs.


  1. Hard Boiled Eggs

Do you have a roommate who makes eggs every morning? Grab their cartoon of eggs and hard-boil every single egg. In the morning when they try to crack them, they will be extremely confused.


  1. Dye It

This one you can get creative with. Take a milk, orange juice or cream carton and squeeze a color dye into it. Make sure the liquid is in a solid container so they only see the color change when they first pour it out.


  1. Stapler in Jell-O

Are you a fan of The Office? Jim’s stapler trick can easily be recreated. Steal an office supply on their desk they are sure to use the next day. Once it is engulfed in Jell-O, put it back in its place and prepare to be the talk of the office!


Now that you have these food pranks under your belt, go out there and cook up some culinary confusion!

Happy April Fool’s Day!


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