From Comfort Food Burgers to Popcorn Chicken Nachos

By: Vasiliki Marapas - Aug 27, 2014
You're probably familiar with emotional eating; it usually takes place sometime after midnight, between shuddering sobs and gulps of alcohol. Sure, they say that time heals all, but until then, feeding your feelings is as good a way as any to get over your cheating ex.

Thankfully, the people of the Internet are with you. There are countless options, whether you prefer deep-fried treats or decadent desserts. Foodies have taken the liberty of experimenting with tried-and-true comfort foods (think mac and cheese, or its second cousin, grilled cheese). Even pizza has seen its fair share of innovation, having its crust stuffed with everything from chili fries to noodles.

So, I hope you have your elastic-waist pants on, because the world of emotional eating has gotten a whole lot bigger.