Miss Ricky’s in Chicago is now serving an Elf-inspired spaghetti dish called “Spaghetti Sundae,” Food & Wine reports. The new item will be served from now through Christmas.
The dish stays true to the four main (Buddy the Elf-approved) food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup. This take on Buddy’s favorite breakfast is spaghetti topped with strawberry, coconut, chocolate, and raspberry sauce, marshmallows, and S’Mores Pop-Tarts. Where’s the “candy” requirement, you ask? Well, it’s in the M&Ms, Oreos, and Fruity Pebbles. Duh.
According to the New York Post, the possibly inedible dish is going for $15, which is either really worth it or really not, depending on how big of an Elf fan you are. The Post also explains you aren’t required to eat your sundae with silverware—it’s optional.
There aren’t many people who seem to have ordered it yet (at least according to Instagram geotags), but once word gets out, it’s sure to be a gigantic, magical hit.
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