5 Fictional Foods We’d All Love to Try

Whether it be a killer television series or the latest blockbuster hit, when we watch fictional media, there are many elements we all wish were real. Who wouldn’t love to move objects with the wave of their hand or ride a broomstick chasing after a flying golden ball?

Have you ever paid close attention to the food fictional characters eat? Now, there are some we all can agree that we’re happy the food is imaginary, but you bet there are some delicious looking meals and treats we’d love to get our hands on.

Ready for some mouth-watering reading? We have five fictional foods that we’d all love to try (and some may even have a real-life recipe to follow).


Blue Milk (Star Wars IV: A New Hope)

We can’t have a fictional tv series or movie list that doesn’t feature one of the most iconic series – Star Wars. There were various meals and snacks showcased amongst the nine movies in the franchise, with one in particular that stood out. The blue and green milk from Star Wars in Episode IV looks delicious, but if you listen to Mark Hamill’s (Luke Skywalker) perspective, not something worth tasting.

However, if you use the right (real) ingredients, you can actually whip up a version of the blue and green milk that is quite delicious.

Butterbeer (Harry Potter)

Oh, the butterbeer in Harry Potter. It looks absolutely delicious and creamy and something we’d all love to get our hands on. Luckily for those who can make it to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, you can try a real-life version. For those who can’t, have some fun getting creative in the kitchen. The classic drink is supposed to have a butterscotch taste that is less sweet with a delightful foam top.

Monica’s Christmas Candy (Friends)

Referenced as “little drops of heaven,” the one Friends episode later in the hit series when Monica makes Christmas candy for her apartment neighbors causes quite the stir for her. The candy is so deliciously addicting that Chandler had to finally shut the production down as their neighbors bombarded their apartment door.

Krabby Patties (Spongebob Squarepants)

Is there any other burger more iconic than the Krabby Pattie from the kid’s television series Spongebob Squarepants? We don’t think so.

The Krabby Pattie is so delicious in the cartoon series that a good chunk of the show’s storyline revolves around the evil Plankton trying to steal the delicious recipe. If customers are addicted to this burger and worth stealing, we can only imagine how it would taste in real life.

Everlasting Gobstopper (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory)

If you suffer from a sweet tooth, is there any other fictional movie you’d rather be real than Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory? Probably not. Those lucky kids got treated with enormous amounts of candy, like the Everlasting Gobstopper. If thinking of a Gobstopper makes your mouth water, then you’d love the Everlasting Gobstopper (without the weird effects many of the kids faced after). Now, if only candy could last forever.