7 Foods From Cartoons To Recreate For Your Kids
Be it from cartoons or animated features, some dishes, drinks and snacks simply look too delectable to stay on screen. Recreate some of these foods frequently featured on television and surprise your kids at dinnertime.
1/7 Chocolate Cake (Mr Bean)
Our stomachs have hurt from laughing at Mr Bean's childish wit on the telly and ached for the chocolate cake he nabbed from Mrs Wicket's kitchen. Mrs Wicket makes a mean cake—much like her character. A year ago, a Twitter user recreated the decadent chocolate cake and posted it on her feed for all to crave.
Try making this Mr Bean-inspired Classic Chocolate Cake.
2/7 Beignets (Princess and the Frog)
Disney's Princess and the Frog showcases the rich culture of New Orleans, including some local specialities, which Princess Tiana evidently knows well. We're referring to the scene where Tiana serves beignets to her best friend Charlotte and her father.
Tasty's recipe for beignets is one of the most perused on the internet.
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3/7 Dumplings (Kung Fu Panda)
When Master Shifu serves bowls of dumplings to Po—which turns out to be an intense skill test—most viewers root for Po to win so he gets a bite of the juicy dumplings. We also admit that the scene never fails to make us hungry.
Check out The Spruce Eats' highly-rated recipe for dumplings.
4/7 Krabby Patty (Spongebob Squarepants)
Some speculate that the famous Krabby Patty in Spongebob Squarepants' world of Bikini Bottom is vegan. While we may never know the secret formula to this iconic cartoon burger, it won't stop us from cooking one up at home.
Refer to this vegan recipe for the Krabby Patty.
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5/7 Ratatouille (Ratatouille)
Pixar's Ratatouille is a celebration of French culture and its glorious cuisine. In it, you will see an array of appetising dishes, from the perfect scrambled eggs to Remy's signature ratatouille, a vegetarian classic. Although it's impossible to relish Remy's exact movie meals, we can always look to chefs who make excellent versions of the featured dishes.
Follow this recipe for Remy's Ratatouille.
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6/7 Congee (Mulan)
Lovingly prepared by Mushu and filled with scrumptious ingredients, this breakfast congee in Mulan is the epitome of comfort food. Plus, who could resist that edible smiley face?
Watch Binging with Babish recreate Mulan's congee.
7/7 Sandwich (Adventure Time)
Adventure Time is filled with all kinds of eats, from Jake's bacon pancakes to Prismo's homemade artisanal pickles, but Jake's favourite has got to be 'the perfect sandwich'—the kind that's so appetising that it floats and glows. Fans the world over have tried making their version of the sandwich, so now it's your turn.
Bigning with Babish shares his recipe for Jake's perfect sandwich here.