There’s mystique and lore involved with many of our favorite books, movies, shows and games. Just like the worlds in which these adventures take place, the foods eaten are often unique and full of character.
Dedicated fans have taken it upon themselves to re-create foods from their favorite magical worlds in order to immerse themselves into the stories they love so much.
Here are three foods seen in these works, to give you a taste of the mythical worlds you crave.
Harry Potter is a franchise adored by millions. But, while us “muggles” never received our letter to Hogwarts (yes, we’re still mad about it), we are still able to experience this popular wizarding beverage, thanks to Food Network personality Sandra Lee.
Here’s how to make this “less-sickly” butterscotch drink, deemed Butterbeer.
Fish Fingers and Custard
From one British superpower to another, Doctor Who is a science-fiction icon that has been a staple on television since 1962. The Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) had a strange craving for this dish after he regenerated from his Tenth Doctor form (David Tennant).
While fish fingers and custard sounds very unappetizing to someone without the taste buds of a Time Lord, this recipe from the Geeky Chef has been adjusted to satisfy human tastes.
For the custard:
Gamers Rejoice! This dessert is a staple in the Elder Scrolls and Fallout video games. After you taste it, you’ll wonder what to do if someone tried to beat you up for it (looking at you, Butch).
For the cake:
For the filling:
For the icing:
These recipes are great for parties, a day with a few friends or your hungry and creative self. Perfect your cooking skills and your nerdy bragging rights by making one of these fictional foods.
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