There are two things everyone loves during the holidays: food (lots of it!) and ugly Christmas sweaters.
Luckily there are some enterprising chefs out there who have combined these two loves and, for better or for worse, shared it with us on the good old information superhighway.
Check out the tastiest, ugliest sweaters below.
1. Ugly cookie Christmas sweaters
I don’t care how ugly it is, if it’s a cookie, then it’s going into my mouth as soon as I get to the party.
2. Ugly cupcake Christmas sweater
Image: Cake Chooser
Imagine the fun of watching this ugly sweater get uglier and uglier as it’s torn to shreds by your rabidly hungry party guests.
3. Red and green clashing cake
Image: Real Ugly Christmas Sweaters
This ugly cake is for the people who don’t realize they’re wearing an ugly Christmas sweater — they just really, really like loud patterns.
4. Ugly pizza Christmas sweater
Image: Free Fun Christmas
Though “ugly pizza sweater” sounds more like a confidence-shattering insult than a food, I assure you this creative Christmas pie is as delicious as it is easy to make.
5. Ugly Hanukkah cookie sweaters
Looks like Santa isn’t the only culprit — dreidels and latkes can inspire some troubling holiday clothing-cookie crossovers as well.
6. Ugly holiday sweater wine cover
Image: Sur la Table
You’ll need something strong to wash that ugly out of your mouth. Why not adorn your palate-cleansing wine with a seizure-inducing holiday sweater of its own?
7. Ugly sweater cake
Image: The Ugly Sweater
Because brown frosting makes everything less ugly… on opposite day.
8. Ugly Christmas sweater drink cozy
Image: Lady Behind the Curtain
This ugly sweater drink cozy will keep your hot toddy nice and warm. And depending on how much holiday flair you add, it may even help melt your cold, jaded heart.
Bonus ugly food for your ugly sweater party
9. Shrimp cocktail Christmas tree
Image: Mariner’s Menu
This shrimp-laden Christmas tree may not be sweater related, but it sure is weirdly mesmerizing and repulsive!
10. Sausage wreath
Image: Free-N-Fun Christmas
I mean, it’s called a sausage wreath. It might taste good, but there’s no way to take the ugly out of this one.