Brits have revealed the quirkiest sweet and savoury food combinations that sound so wrong but taste too good – including strawberries and balsamic vinegar and chocolate coupled with crisps.
A study of 2,000 adults found 63 per cent love to experiment with unusual food pairings with cheese with apple and watermelon with feta also appearing on the list.
More than a third (35 per cent) enjoy mixing sweet and savoury food together, with cheddar cheese and apple and salami with grapes among the favourites.
Other unique concoctions include milkshake and fries, mince pies topped with cheese and salt mixed with porridge.
However, 31 per cent have a firm ritual for the way they eat their snacks, while 48 per cent prefer to stick with simpler flavours.
Brother duo test the nation’s favourite twists
The research was commissioned by the cookie brand, OREO, to mark the launch of its new #OREOtwists campaign which celebrates and debates the different ways people enjoy eating the iconic black and white cookie.
When quizzed on why biscuits and cookies make the ideal base for twisted snacking combinations, 67 per cent said for their crunchy texture while 56 per cent appreciated their solid, flat structure.
Hilarious brother duo Adam and Ryan Thomas have tried some of the nation’s favourite twists, including biscuits dipped in orange juice and dunked in custard.
Ryan Thomas said: “I’ve always been a big fan of experimenting with different twists on my favourite snacks, and I’m loving testing out some mind-blowing flavour mash ups.
“I’m definitely Team Swalty all the way.”
Adam Thomas said: “My brother and I have always enjoyed a bit of banter in the kitchen – it’s got to be Team Sweet for me.”

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