Have you ever watched a character consuming a signature comestible from their realm and wish you could have it, too? Well, now thanks to creative chefs like Ashley and Jimmy from Feast of Fiction this is a possibility. Ready to start cooking? Let's get started! The recipes are in no particular order.
15. Bachelor Chow and Slurm from Futurama
Slurm's a popular soft drink and Bachelor Chow's usual breakfast on Futurama. The soda's high in sugar and its secret ingredient is so scandalous that you're better off not knowing what it is. Luckily, Ashley and Jimmy decided to leave it out. While there's little to no information on how Bachelor Chow, tastes they turned it into a sugary confection. Yum!
14. Varri-Cakes from Legend of Korra
These cakes are seemingly delicious and full of jelly. On Korra they're produced and distributed by Varrick Global Industries.
13. Zelda's Heart Potion
Have you ever wondered what Link's life potion might taste like? Well, Jimmy and Ashley put their own spin on and even dispense the beverage into novelty bottles that appear like the ones from the games! This version is alcoholic, but they also provide a nonalcoholic one.
12. Eat Me Cookies and Drink Me Potions from Alice in Wonderland
Your size won't shrink or grow, but these treats will definitely make you feel like you're in Wonderland. They also provide some DIY details on how you can make them look more like their on-screen incarnations.
11. Reptar Bars from Rugrats
Mouth watering pseudo-Godzilla endorsed candy bars. I'm not sure why, but its chocolaty exterior and green interior (what is it?) always had me wishing I could have one myself. No, I really do. One of the bars is even Reptar shaped.
10. Duck al'Orange
Enjoy a classical Capitol dish that'll make you feel ostentatious and regal as you devour it, and blithely ignore the plights of the lesser unfortunate districts.
9. Sea Salt Ice Cream from Kingdom of Hearts 2
One of the best parts about this recipe is you don't need an ice cream maker, and it's relatively easy to make.
8. Water Tribe Noodles from Legend of Korra
A Southern Water Tribe comfort meal. Its ingredients incorporate Inuit and Mongolian (whom the tribe is based on) cultural themes. It's very satisfying on a cold winter day.
7. Butterbeer from Harry Potter
Yearning for Hogwarts? This beverage will take you back to the good ol' days when there were yearly casualties, incompetent staff members and nepotism, yay nepotism! Jimmy and Ashley make three variations of the beverage, any of them can be included with alcohol.
6. Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls from South Park
Put 'em in your mouth, and suck 'em and suck 'em. Another simple recipe that'll taste so sweet, and so wrong at the same time.
5. Ratatouille from Ratatouille
To those who don't know this is an actual French entree, but the film's rendition isn't typical. Feast of Fiction replicates this version to perfection with no rats involved.
4. Nacos from Kim Possible
Ron Stoppable's ingenious creation of a nachos and taco mash up is made slightly healthier, but doesn't stray too far from the original dish.
3. Pizza Gyoza from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Like April, you'll be stuffing your face with these pizza trimming filled dumplings. Can you say booyakasha?
2. Cookie Cat from Steven Universe
This decadent ice cream sandwich splits between vanilla and strawberry flavored ice cream, and it's in the shape of a cat. Try to keep this away from Amethyst.
1. Scooby Snacks from Scooby Doo
This is a treat that both you and your a dog can enjoy together. Before you know it they'll be saying, "roobey roobey roo!" Well, if you're schizophrenic or high, or something.
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