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5 Fandom Friday: Favourite Fictional Foods

If you follow any geek bloggers on social media you might have noticed '5 Fandom Friday' posts. It started about a year and a half ago by the incredibly talented Megan and Kristin. It's a weekly link up with prompts planned out ahead of time. You can check them out here.



Since I'm late to the party I might go back and do some past ones when I have some time or when my brain is on the fritz and I need help brainstorming blog ideas.

Today is Favorite Fictional Foods!

1. Butterbeer


The Harry Potter universe definitely delivered some amazing sounding food and treats that I wish were real. But mainly, Butterbeer! Yes, there are recipes everywhere for it. But I want the actual butterbeer from the books.

2. Senzu beans


In the world of Dragon Ball, Senzu beans have rejuvenating powers. They fulfill your health and restore your energy. This would be an amazing bean to have in our world!

3. Beer Batter Cupcakes with Maple Bacon Frosting


Yes, these are the cupcakes from 2 Broke Girls when Max and Caroline go on 'Spring Break'. I know I could find a recipe online for this type of cupcake, but I'd like to reach through my TV screen and just take one that Max bakes.

4. Marshmallow Mermaid Pie


Another food I could try to replicate in my kitchen, but I'd rather just take the entire pie that Keri Russell's character in Waitress makes.

5. Applejack's Cider


The cider from the Sweet Apple Acres must be pretty amazing considering how many ponies line up for it. I can't watch this episode without craving it.

What are your favourite fictional foods?
xo Jen

Comments

  1. The Marshmallow Mermaid pie is one I would really like to try and make. It sound yummy

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  2. Yay, I picked Senzu beans too *virtual high five* Though I kind of wish i'd added Maple Bacon cupcakes! Nice choices..

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