You Can Now Make Your Fave Fictional Treats With These DIY Recipes
Have you ever found yourself wishing you could step inside your favorite book, movie or TV show just so that you could try one of their mouthwatering fictional treats?
(Beauty and the Beast via Walt Disney Pictures)
Well, we certainly have.
While we can't simply step into these tales, we certainly can use our imagination in order to turn these fictitious dishes into reality.
Scroll below for fun and easy DIY recipes to make your favorite fictional foods at home:
We've been dreaming about butterbeer our entire lives. If this sweet and creamy beverage was good enough for our three favorite heroes of the wizarding world then it's good enough for us! THIS recipe will put a spell on your senses.
While we are anxiously awaiting the arrival of these Rugrats-inspired candy bars by FYE, we're not as excited about their 24-count display that makes these mean treats pricey. Instead, use this THIS recipe to turn your mouth green with Reptar Bars at home!
Anyone who's ever read or watched Holes knows that the made-up concoction sounds mouthwatering. While this treat can't be authentically replicated—as Sploosh was simply old jarred peaches—THIS recipe combines the sweetness of peaches and onions to make a salsa that screams Sploosh.
(via Fiction Food)
Kronk's Spinach Puffs
Spinach puffs may not be created from the minds of The Emperor's New Groove, but every time we watch this classic comedy, we wish we were sitting at Kronk's dinner table. They're so cute and Kronk-like in every way that we just know they're bound to be surprisingly delicious. Even for spinach. THIS recipe is worthy of any emperor… or llama.
(via Cook Fiction)
No one will ever know what makes these patties so delicious or what secret ingredient plagues Plankton's curiosity, but if you ask us, we'd say it's love. THIS recipe is rather straightforward, but puts some credible theories to use to bring you an authentic Krabby Patty. For anyone questioning the use of beef, don't forget that Mr. Krabs would have to be one dark sea dweller to make a business out of crab cakes.
The Grey Stuff
The "grey stuff" from Beauty and the Beast has captivated our taste buds our entire lives. We never knew what it was, but we did know that the pudding-like consistency and Lumiere's two-candlesticks-up rating was enough for us to want to try a bite. THIS recipe tackles the Disney-inspired dessert. Bon appetit!
We're not sure if we'd rather eat this treat or throw it at our friends and family from across a long table. Either way, Neverfood from Hook has always been a favorite fictional food that we thought we'd never be able to taste. All THIS recipe takes is a little imagination (and give or take a handful of ingredients).
(Hook via Walt Disney Pictures)
While THIS recipe takes great liberties on the ingredients that actually go into Polyjuice Potion, we just can't resist making this themed drink at our next Harry Potter movie marathon. We just hope this drink tastes as magical as it looks.
(via I Knead to Eat)
When it comes to themes, the bewitching season wouldn't be complete without a full Harry Potter marathon. Click HERE for perfectly themed snacks to pair with each HP movie.