Binging with Babish makes Homer Simpson's Patented Space Age Out-Of-This-World Moon Waffles

Binging with Babish makes Homer Simpson's Patented Space Age Out-Of-This-World Moon Waffles

Despite the inedible qualities of Homer’s moon waffles, they never failed to make hungry. So I was thrilled when I found Binging with Babish had attempted to make them—the “official” way and the Babish way.

For those unaware of Homer Simpson’s “Patented Space Age Out-Of-This-World Moon Waffles”, they appeared in the episode “Homer the Heretic” (S4E03) when Homer skips church and discovers the freedom of a Sunday morning. On one Sunday morning, he makes some waffles with the following ingredients:

  • 1 waffle iron (which will be ruined by the end)
  • 1 bag of waffle batter
  • 1 bag of caramel cubes
  • 1 bottle of liquid smoke
  • 1 stick of butter
  • 1 wooden skewer

When Babish tried it, it didn’t turn out so well for his tastebuds or his waffle iron (RIP). But he did make a Babish variant which looked significantly better.

Stream it below and check out the recipe on the Binging with Babish website.

Binging with Babish: Homer Simpson's Patented Space Age Out-Of-This-World Moon Waffles

Babish related: The $5 milkshake from Pulp Fiction

The $5 milkshake from Pulp Fiction

Of all the things I remember from Pulp Fiction, the $5 shake that Mia Wallace ordered isn’t one of them. But you can’t spell insignificant without significant and Binging with Babish tried to recreate it.

The issue was getting the total cost of the ingredients up to $5 and making it taste that way and in true Babish style, he pushed the boat out with multiple variations of increasing costs.

The final attempt was decadence beyond the realms of human decency but, hey, it sounded like it tasted good. I wonder how Babish would do with an expensive Boston Cooler.

Stream the video below.

Binging with Babish: $5 Shake from Pulp Fiction

Related: Homer Simpson’s Moon Waffles, the safety of milk, and how to make MooMoo Milk.