If you're a mac and cheese purist then prepare to be outraged - an interesting twist on the old classic has die-hard fans up in arms.
It all began when Healthy Food tweeted their "low calorie mac and cheese" recipe, which includes - wait for it - avocado.
Low calorie mac and cheese 😍 😍 pic.twitter.com/j4HMY9xafC— Healthy Food (@TheFitFood) August 18, 2017
Yep, the controversial green ingredient preventing millennials from purchasing their own homes is once again under attack because, as the people soon decried, it simply doesn't belong in mac and cheese.
As well as avocado, the recipe includes coconut oil, almond flour, lime, garlic, goat's cheese, chilli flakes and milk.
And it didn't go down well at all.
I would not eat it in a box. I would not eat it with a fox. I do not like it here or there. I do not like it anywhere.— Shawnté James (@icyspree) August 20, 2017
This is not a Dr. Seuss book, Macaroni and Cheese is not to be tampered with! pic.twitter.com/89tjoA9ZaJ— The Sapling🌱 (@NalaReigns) August 20, 2017
More importantly,— Information Please (@informationplz_) August 20, 2017
This isn't even mac & cheese!
It's mac & smooshed avocado.
&never have I been eating avocado and thought
"Hm, Needs pasta"
Even the babies had an opinion:
But while most people said hell no, a few others seemed willing to give the Macarole or Guacaroni a try:
I'm actually all the way here for this— ☄A-Team Game☄ (@Wilt_GameBerlin) August 22, 2017
But the overwhelming take-home message is clear: you just don't mess with perfection.