The Perfect Midnight Snack — Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off

by in Shows, January 9th, 2013

Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri
Rachael vs. GuyOn this past Sunday’s episode of Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off, the bottom two celebrity contestants, Kathy and Gilbert, competed in a midnight-snack cook-off to determine who was to go home. Kathy made a hummus that both coaches raved about. Though Gilbert’s second attempt at a peanut butter sandwich was better than the one he made for the dinner theater challenge, it wasn’t good enough to save him.

Which midnight snack do you think is better: Kathy’s hummus with toasted pita chips or Gilbert’s peanut butter and banana sandwich? Vote in the poll after the jump.

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As many of you may know, midnight snacks are often the only way to satisfy late-night stomach rumblings, especially when they wake you up. Whether it’s leftover pizza, cookies, a PB&J or hummus and chips, eating something — anything — seems like the only way to get back to sleep.

Recipe Ideas:
Rachael’s Hummus Pit-zas
Rachael’s Crunchy Monkey Peanut Butter-Banana Sticks
Guy’s Roasted Red Bell Pepper Hummus
Guy’s Strawberry and Banana Stuffed French Toast With Grand Marnier Syrup
Plus More Snack Ideas From Food Network

Seeing that everyone has a favorite go-to midnight snack, FN Dish wants to know, what’s yours?

What’s your perfect midnight snack? What would you have made for Rachael and Guy? Leave a comment below.

Don’t forget to watch Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off on Sundays at 9pm/8c and keep coming back to FN Dish for more exclusive content.

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Comments (14)

  1. Amy says:

    Would love Carnie's mac & cheese recipe!

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