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7 fictional foods from movies and TV shows

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    Whether you have a love affair with food or you are a kitchen wizard, it’s always exciting to discover new recipes. The land of Hollywood will not disappoint you if you are looking for something to tempt your taste buds. Check out seven fictional foods from movies and TV shows that you may make you do some experiments of your own.

    Try to Resist Turkish Delight

    While Turkish Delight might be real food, it had magical powers in The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe, part of Chronicles Of Narnia (on Prime Video) tricking Edmund into betraying his siblings so the witch would give him more. You can give it a go to make your version of candy strong enough to cast a spell. You’ll be looking at some Turkish delight of your own when you’re done.

    Life Wouldn’t be complete without a Scooby Snack

    Scooby Snacks were the stuff that dreams are made of for the lovable duo, Scooby-Doo and Shaggy, from the television series, “Scooby-Doo.” These biscuits could trick the pair into doing anything the Mystery Gang requested. Fred or Daphne would toss one of these tantalizing treats in the air to make Scooby and his best friend come running. No puppy treats in real life can compare.

    Imagine Candy that Would Last Forever

    Gobstoppers have been around for years. However, Willy Wonka whipped up a sweet treat that would last for the rest of your life when he invented the Everlasting Gobstopper. You can see many more wonders in the film “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” 

    Float on a river of chocolate, chew gum that offers children a complete meal, or the chance to drink soda that would make you float.

    Don’t Forget Cheesecake that’s Good Enough to Eat Off the Floor

    In one of the most memorable episodes of “Friends,” Rachel, Chandler, and Joey didn’t hesitate to eat cheesecake from Mama’s Little Bakery. Someone kept delivering the delicacy to Monica’s by mistake. The characters from the hit television show are meant to do the right thing and send it on to the proper destination. One taste made them devour it instead, even when the delectable dessert fell on the floor.

    Enjoy a Trip Back in Time with Green Eggs and Ham

    Eggs and ham are nothing new. Take a page from the classic “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss to find out how changing the color can give you an entirely different experience. Sam-I-Am will not give up until the main character finally tries a dish most might avoid. This childhood favorite has been adapted into an animated series that will keep you coming back for more.

    Candy Wins Again in the First of the Harry Potter Series

    Jelly beans are a favorite around the world. J.K. Rowling brought readers and movie-goers a new take on this tried and true treat with Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” 

    You’ll never know what will land on your tongue when you dig into the bag. It could be green apple or tutti-frutti if you’re lucky. If it’s not your day, Earthworm or Booger could be the flavor for you.

    Try Cracking the Code of the Krabby Patty

    Everyone’s favorite sponge raves about Krabby Patty in the “Spongebob Squarepants” movies and television series. Sea creatures from miles around the line up to take their fill of Sponge Bob’s cooking. Every patron is happy to eat when Squidward calls, “Order up!” It could inspire you to serve your own imaginative recipe when you’re children are picky.

    The creative minds that have brought you some of your favorite programs have given viewers plenty to keep them coming back for more. It’s no wonder they’ve invented foods people wish they could find in the corner market.