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    Ikea Shared The Recipe For Their Iconic Meatballs For You To Make At Home In Quarantine And I Can't Get To My Kitchen Fast Enough

    How do you say thank you in Swedish?

    McDonald's McMuffin, The Cheesecake Factory's Korean Fried Cauliflower, and Disneyland's Dole Whip are just a few of the iconic recipes restaurants have released for people to make at home during quarantine.

    Well, praise be, you can now officially add Ikea's Swedish meatballs to the list!

    In typical Ikea fashion, the furniture chain shared the recipe on Twitter as one of their classic instructional diagrams.

    “We know that some people might be missing our meatballs, which is why we’ve released an at-home alternative," said Lorena Lourido, Ikea’s country food manager in the UK and Ireland, in a press release.

    "Using easily accessible ingredients, [the recipe] will help those looking for some inspiration in the kitchen,” she added.

    If you didn't know that these meatballs were a Hot Commodity™, let me be the first to tell you...

    to hate Ikea meatballs is to hate life

    ...people are obsessed.

    [ikea date] him: let’s go check out the beds ;) me: *mouthful of meatballs* they sell furniture here?

    Dear Friends, when I say “let’s meet up for coffee!” please know in my soul I wish I was saying “I don’t even drink coffee, let’s go wander around IKEA for a few hours and buy a succulent and some Swedish meatballs” because that is my idea of a fun time.

    But, like, for good reason.

    Not being dramatic but the ikea meatballs are the best thing I’ve ever tasted omg

    So if you haven't tried them — or if you have and are going through withdrawals — now's your chance to have 'em!