If you frequent Pinterest you've probably seen these Sweet campfire cakes going around:
These are relatively simple, fun designs made with chocolate icing, Pirouette cookies, and hard sugar "flames." Some folks also add toasted marshmallows:
(By Shower of Roses)
Now, you're supposed to melt down butterscotch and cinnamon candies to make those flames, but one bakery decided ain't nobody got time for that, and swapped them out for the PERFECT SUBSTITUTE:
Nacho Cheese Doritos.
"Aw, but Jem," you're thinking, because you've once again confused me for an outrageous cartoon rock star - and I'll be honest, I ain't mad - "But Jem, look how cheap it is! A little stale cheese dust in our chocolate icing isn't so bad for less than 13 smackeroos, right?"
OH CON-TRARE, my hopefully French-illiterate friend.*
[*By which I mean illiterate in French, not from France and illiterate. Though if you are illiterate and from France you can't read this anyway, so just BE COOL, friends-of-illiterate-French-people, and don't go telling them Jem's talking smack, 'cuz JEM DON'T PLAY THAT.]
Look a little closer at that label:
"Plus cost of candy & chips."
Yeeeeah, Jem don't play that either, bakers.
Thanks to Mackensie C. for the sick burn.