Block out 16 hours for a nap after eating this crippling twist on an Elvis favorite: grilled buttered bread served with peanut butter, bananas, mini marshmallows, and Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, sprinkled with powdered sugar to make it all pretty.
We know of parents delighting their kids by making them green eggs and ham, but this menu item—developed by the Seuss chefs at IHOP in 2008 to tie in with the Horton Hears a Who! film campaign—turns Seussian fantasy into terrifyingly treacly reality. The Who-Cake (registered trademark) is a sugary blue and pink frosted pancake mountain topped with sprinkles and a lollipop. Not sure why they didn't incorporate Beezlenut syrup somewhere into this thing.
Leave it to the fast-food industry geniuses to continually push the boundaries of what we consider "food." But then leave it to everyday citizens to blow those boundaries into space to make new, even scarier creations. These crimes against digestion are almost too vulgar to be true. But true they are. And like most train wrecks, we can't turn away. Join us on this voyage into the heart of culinary darkness.