Food: Baby Yoda Frappuccino from the Starbucks Secret Menu

Here's How to Order a Baby Yoda Frappuccino from the Starbucks Secret Menu

Everyone's really hot on Baby Yoda from"The Mandalorian". . . but now he's truly pop culture official.

Because a website called Totally the Bomb just shared instructions for ordering a BABY YODA FRAPPUCCINO off the secret menu at Starbucks.

You order a Matcha Green Tea Frappuccino . . . get a caramel drizzle in the cup to look like Yoda's cloak . . . and get whipped cream on top with caramel and caramel ribbon crunch. 

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A teenager in Idaho had to be rescued by firefighters after she took a dare to squeeze into a high chair at Chick-fil-A . . . and got stuck. 

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Eating Banana Peels Can Help You Lose Weight?

If you're thinking about a new diet as your New Year's resolution . . . well, I guess this is an option?

A dietician in Australia says that if you want to lose weight, you should eat BANANA PEELS.

She says that all of the fiber and vitamins in the peel have a ton of health benefits beyond just the weight loss too . . . and if you eat them, you'll also improve your sleep and have better skin.

But she DOES recognize that it's a big ask to get people to eat the peels . . . so she recommends cooking the peels to make them soft, then blending them into a smoothie. 

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A new breed of apples called Cosmic Crisp just went on sale after two decades of development. They're supposed to stay fresh for a YEAR in your fridge. 

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McDonald's Shares a Way to Eat an Entire Meal One-Handed . . . but People Are Skeptical

It's hard to eat an entire McDonald's meal in your car without taking your hands off the wheel. So maybe . . . MAYBE . . . this is a solution.

McDonald's Australia posted IKEA-style instructions on Instagram a few days ago on how to eat an entire meal ONE-HANDED.

Basically, you open up the container for your burger, poke a hole in the "hinge" of the container with your straw so the container rests on your cup horizontally, then dump your fries on the other side. 

So now you can put the cup in your cup holder and just use one hand to grab the sandwich and fries . . . or pick up the entire contraption when you want a drink.

It's an interesting enough idea . . . but will it actually work? People on social media seem pretty skeptical about a LOT of different aspects . . . from whether it will really stay balanced to whether it's a bad idea to put hot food on your cold drink. 

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***REMINDER…..  How Long Are Thanksgiving Leftovers Good?

One of the best parts of Thanksgiving is all the leftovers. But sometimes they don’t get eaten as quickly as we expect, so it’s important to know how long we can store these foods in the fridge or freezer before they go bad.

Based on information from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and U.S. Department of Agriculture, this is how long your Thanksgiving staples will last in the fridge or freezer. But use your eyes, nose, and instincts - if something looks or smells off, don’t take a chance, just throw it out.

·Turkey - Leftover poultry only lasts three to four days in the fridge and four months in the freezer, or six months if it’s frozen in broth or gravy.

·Ham - Just three to four days in the fridge and one to two months in the freezer.

·Mashed potatoes - When you cook them with cream and butter, they’re good for three to four days in the refrigerator and frozen, they can last up to two months. But if you cook them without dairy, they can last in the freezer for 10 to 12 months.

·Gravy - Any broth made with meat will also last three to four days in the fridge and one to two months if frozen.

·Cranberry sauce - It’s not great for freezing since it can get too watery when thawed, but it can last for up to a week in the fridge.

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