Mouthwatering Food Classics That Everyone Loves

We apologize ahead of time — because the food classics that follow are likely going to make your appetite go a little crazy. We are in the same boat, though, because compiling this list made us rather hungry as well.

A couple of notes before we go on the journey that is naming off mouthwatering food classics: (1) We understand that some people might not like every single item on this list, but they are classics nonetheless. (2) When it comes to being extremely healthy, this article is not about that life. (3) Not every single food item of all time could be included. (4) These classics are perfect for food trucks, and food lovers who love, well, food.

And now, we give you some food classics that everyone loves.

PB&J

More like PB and awesome.

Side note: We are, of course, referring to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

Grilled Cheese Sandwich

These are perfect for colder climates, or the winter, and you might as well treat your taste buds to a bowl of tomato soup while you are at it.

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Pizza — Any Pizza

Literally, any kind of pizza will do. Pizza, for any meal of the day, during any time of the year, is a serious winner.

Pizza Wagon CateringHot Dogs And Hamburgers

Because summer is calling our names, and hot dogs and hamburgers are perfect for BBQs, and just to get in the spirit of good eating.

BBQ Ribs

You can’t have a cookout without BBQ ribs — well, a good one, that is. Ribs that are oozing with barbecue sauce typically lead to some happy campers — wouldn’t you say?

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Tacos, Burritos And The Game-Changing Enchiladas

If you are a fan of Mexican food, then you probably can’t have enough tacos, burritos and enchiladas. And if you own a mobile food truck, these three are a must.

Mac And Cheese

Whether you think macaroni and cheese is the ultimate comfort food or not, there are so many different ways to cook up this classic. Adding chicken, bacon or both will surely please the crowd.

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Donuts (Aka Breakfast Of Winners)

Is it the healthiest food on this planet? The simple answer is no, but these bad boys are surely here to stay.

Chicken — And You Might As Well Make It Fried

The ways to serve up chicken are endless. Fried chicken is certainly near the top when it comes to deliciousness, though.

Meatloaf

Meatloaf with ketchup — assuming you like meatloaf, or ketchup — is the way to go. If you really want to get creative (but not over the top), add BBQ sauce in ketchup’s place.

LetThereBeFoodTrucksLasagna

Making lasagna might not be for everyone, but eating it surely is. And if you aren’t a fan of lasagna, (1) that is a shocker, because there are so many ways to prepare it, and (2) any form of pasta will do the trick.

Steak And Eggs … Or Eggs And Anything

We had to mention some form of breakfast food, right? Steak and eggs is a classic, but really eggs and anything will do (how about some pancakes, BACON, hash browns and a nice glass of orange juice for breakfast?).

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Sandwiches

The options for sandwiches are unlimited in every sense of the word.

Dessert

Yeah, we just had to finish this off with some good old-fashioned dessert. Think of ice cream, cheesecake, cookies, pie, cake and, well, we just can’t get enough dessert (aka the perfect way to finish off a meal … any meal).

Once again, we apologize if we made you hungry.

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A Colorado native, Trevor started off his college career at the University of Colorado, but decided to switch teams after two years. He graduated with a degree in journalism at Colorado State University in 2014. Trevor started his professional writing career in sports, and has since expanded to many different genres. He is currently an MFA in creative writing student, and is also the Managing Editor at FoodTruckr.

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