Bizarre Vintage Recipes That Will Sweep You Off Your Feet

If you ever have read an old cookbook, you will probably find some strange recipes that you may think “Who on Earth can eat this?”. These recipes are often a combination of incompatible ingredients that almost all of us won’t understand why. Did your grandma or an older relative ever cook something so bizarre for your family? If yes, maybe they just created it themselves or followed one of the vintage recipes.

And in case you never have a chance to see it and still wonder how these vintage meals look like, just scroll down till the end of this post. We’ve rounded up some of the weirdest old recipes that members of a Facebook group called Questionable Vintage Recipes are sharing. Believe it or not, some of these are odd enough to make you lose your appetite in no time.

#1. “Why Not Slice The Banana?”

Nancy Rees

#2. “Some Of These Look Good…”

Michelle Lynn Ryan

#3. “Not Quite Sure What To Make Of This”

Joann Cataldo

#4. “A Personal Favorite, Conceptually. From That 70s Ww Recipe Deck”

Meredith Elliott

#5. “That Might Explain Some Things About The 70s…”

Reverse Wine Snob

#6. “Anyone Have The Recipe For This One?”

Van Rose

#7. “Tonight’s Dinner Sorted!”

Glenn Raymond Hadgkiss

#8. Ewww

Robin Lee Miracle

#9. “Butter Is Suppery”

Jason Sachs

#10. “Who Doesn’t Love A Little Whipped Cream With Their Angel Food?”

Emilie Kovalik

#11. “I’d Eat It”

Nancy Ann

#12. “Kielbasa Legs! Ahh My Polish Grandmother Would Have Blown Her Cigarette Smoke On This In Absolute Delight”

Misfit History

#13. “I Don’t Think I’ve Ever Had A Stuffed Party Pickle Slice. Surprised They Didn’t Suggest Putting The Party Pickle Innards On A Saltine!!”

Linda Lackner Donovan

#14. Questionable

Bonnie White

#15. “Prawn Stuffed Apples”

Nancy Rees
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