Five Fictional Foods You've Always Wanted To Try

Five Fictional Foods You've Always Wanted To Try


If you're anything like me, there has been at least one time in your life where you've been hungry for that special something... You know, that very unique, delicious, one-of-a-kind food... that doesn't exist. When I was growing up, I wasn't a very picky eater. I ate just about anything, but I always wanted something more.. Something my mom had never made before. And that's when I realized: I've always wanted to experiment with new recipes and new tastes. I've always wanted to try some of the mouthwatering dishes from my favorite childhood television shows and movies. But I mean, how could you not want to try these?

Scooby Snacks - These delicious looking treats (featured on "Scooby-Doo" and its many spin-offs) were used as an incentive for Scooby-Doo and Shaggy Rogers. In "Be Cool, Scooby-Doo", it is revealed that the recipe for Scooby Snacks comes from Sorcerer Snacks, which were renamed after Scooby-Doo once the gang solves the mystery of who was trying to sabotage their production. In "Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins", it is revealed that the recipe for Scooby Snacks includes eggs, water, flour, cocoa, sugar, and dog kibble for texture (even though cocoa and chocolate are toxic to dogs!). Unfortunately, the closest thing us humans have ever gotten to this delicious looking treat is baked graham cracker sticks! *sadface*

The Perfect Candy - In an episode of "Jimmy Neutron", Jimmy, Carl and Sheen visit the Candy Bar. Carl and Sheen have trouble deciding whether they would prefer to snack on candy that is salty, sweet, sour, or savory. They discuss creating a candy that incorporates all of their favorite flavors, and of course, Jimmy does it. Beginning with his classmates, the entire town is soon in a frenzy over Jimmy's famous Perfect Candy (which makes the consumer addicted to the candy). This candy caused his friends and family to turn their backs on him, and chase him down with angry mobs. To this day, I just want to know what all of the fuss was about!

Naco - "Taco meets nacho... I call it the naco." - Ron Stoppable, "Kim Possible"

The naco is a combination of nachos and a taco. It was created by Ron Stoppable and has been featured on the menu at Bueno Nacho. It consists of nacho chips and cheese, mixed with the fillings of a taco, placed in a soft tortilla, and lifting up the sides in order to form a bag-like shape. If you enjoy Mexican food but can never decide what to order, this delectable invention just might be the best of both worlds.

The Peruvian Puff Pepper - In an episode of "Drake and Josh," the boys are entering a salsa making competition in order to win a brand-new television for their bedroom. Their devious little sister, Megan, asks if she can join their team, and they reject her. She decides to make her own salsa for the competition, including the extremely rare and expensive (and also illegal!) Peruvian Puff Pepper as one of her ingredients. However, they were unaware that this pepper, found in the jungles of Peru, was illegal, as it caused kidney failure and/or chapped lips. Drake and Josh steal the pepper and use it in their own salsa. At the competition, they are asked to reveal the secret ingredient in their award winning salsa, and when they do, they are disqualified and the brand new television goes to the second place winner... Their little sister Megan. It might be hot, but it must be good if it helped Drake and Josh win first place!

And last but not least...

The Krabby Patty - The Krabby Patty is a beloved burger that is the hottest menu item at the Krusty Krab. It is also the most famous sandwich in Bikini Bottom. The Krabby Patty is made out of a frozen hamburger with fresh lettuce, crisp onions and tomatoes, undersea cheese, pickles, mustard, ketchup, and a secret ingredient. Designed by Mr. Krabs in his younger years, fans have been guessing at the secret ingredient for years. What could it be? Crab meat? A secret sauce? The world may never know. But what we do know is that you can't eat too many at once. Why, you ask? Because they'll go straight to your thighs... And then you'll blow up!

Although we have not yet been graced with these mouthwatering recipes, hopefully sometime in the (NEAR) future, we'll be able to finally taste these and many other treats from some of our favorite television shows and movies!

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Your Personality as Told by Your Favorite Breakfast Sandwich Ingredients

My hilarious attempt at writing one of those articles

Ah, the breakfast sandwich. Easy to make, easy to pick up, easy to love. That is, when its made with everything you want in it. Each of those preferences come from personality, or I like to think so. So here is me trying to be funny and trying to match everyone’s personalities with popular breakfast sandwich ingredients.


Croissant- Semi introvert, semi extrovert. Loves to socialize, but needs a decent amount of alone time.

Bagel- Tough exterior, big heart. Nice, caring but not until someone really gets to know you. Takes time to show that side.

English Muffin- Sophisticated, sweet. The one everyone loves, and is always on the high end of things.

McGriddle- Mellow, laid back. Not the type to be out socializing all the time but a great friend to everyone they’re close to.

Bread slices- Simple, uncomplicated. Non-judgemental who’s easy to get along with because they accept anyone in anyway they are.

Biscuits- Playful, yet gentle. Sweet on the surface but underneath has a lot more going on, with so many stories to tell.


Ham- Conscientious. Of everyone and everything around them, takes awhile to trust something new or even to try something new.

Sausage- Open book. Nothing to hide, nothing done to hide. Easy to enjoy time with because there are no secrets.

With Bacon- Live in the moment. Doesn’t always think about the future struggles, just enjoys everything in the present.

Without Bacon- Health conscious. Bacon is in fact not the healthiest meat to out on a sandwich, someone who forgoes the possibility of eating bacon knows it.

Egg Types

Whole Egg- Adventurous. Can’t miss out on anything, has to try everything that is a possibility and sounds appealing.

Egg White Only- Active lifestyle. Tend to skip the egg yellows for diet reasons or according to their diet plan.

Egg Substitute- Vegan. Very likely because vegans don’t eat eggs and this is a decent source of protein to replace meat.


Cheese- Detail oriented, probably from Wisconsin. Unless they know the clear difference of cheese existing or not, and cheese is a big part of the Wisconsin food guide pyramid.

No Cheese- Vegan. Because vegans also don’t eat cheese and have to find something else to add more flavor like...

Spicy Flakes/Powder- Full of life, never a dull moment. Not an awfully popular ingredient which is why it represents adventure and fun stories.

Garlic- Wholesome. Whether or not everything is okay, they put on a smile and do a good job of keeping it together.

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21 Thoughts I Had While Eating These Chicken Wings

I wonder if anyone has ever died from eating too many chicken wings?

1. I wonder if anyone has ever died from eating too many chicken wings.

2. Nah, I would have heard of it, because it would be a commonly known thing.

3. What if their immediate family and/or friends were embarrassed so they changed the cause of death to something less weird like cardiac arrest or work-related accident?

4. WHAT IF their job involved eating chicken wings and them dying as a result of eating too many chicken wings was actually a work-related accident??

5. Speaking of work, I need to go to work soon.

6. Am I having these thoughts because I’m writing about my thoughts, or am I writing about these thoughts because I’m having them?

7. Damn, I gotta stop confusing myself every time.

8. I wonder if I can get away with not doing calc homework tonight.

9. Nah, I don’t pay all that money to play myself by not doing homework.

10. Wow, I’m actually having a conversation with myself... wtf...

11. And I'm writing about it too… wtffff…

12. If I were to get charged with murder, would this be an acceptable documentation of my insanity and/or mental instability? Would I get off easy because of this? Hmm…

13. Nah, I’m black so probably not…

14. Crap, I shouldn’t have typed that but these are my unfiltered thoughts I’m typing so whatever

15. I wonder if James Madison knew the world would find out that he was a closeted monarchist.

16. Was he even a closeted monarchist or is that just my own conclusion based on what I’ve been taught in my political science course?

17. Damn, I got chicken wing hot sauce on my computer...

18. If this leads to my computer being defective, does the warranty cover "damage by hot sauce?"

19. I really need to leave for work...

20. But it's sooo cold...

21. Better cold than broke I guess...

I'm sorry for anyone who just read this, I just wanted to give an insight on what goes on through my mind as I eat chicken wings on a cold, windy and rainy Wednesday afternoon.

Cover Image Credit: Michael Maina

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