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As kids, we watched movies and tv shows that had some foods on there that we all wanted to try. We never thought we could try these pop culture delicacies, but now you can. Here are a few foods we all wished we could get our hands on as kids and how you can make them. 

Krabby Patties from Spongebob

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Spongebob made the Krabby Patty sound incredibly special since Mr. Krabs refused to let up on the recipe. Plankton was forever after this irresistible burger. We later find out what order ingredients on a Krabby Patty are arranged.

You can learn to make Krabby Patties here.

Ratatouille from Ratatouille

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The movie Ratatouille had us all wishing we were food critics. The dish the critic tries looks delicious as Remy the rat prepares it. With how happy the critic was with it who wouldn’t want to try it? Ratatouille is a vegetable dish consisting of onions, zucchini, tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers, fried, stewed in oil and sometimes served cold. You can learn to make ratatouille here.

Beignets from Princess and the Frog

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Princess and the Frog took place in New Orleans, a place known for out of this world beignets. Lottie thinks Tiana’s beignets are so good they will have the prince of Maldonia bowing down to her. New Orleans beignets are square pieces of dough that are deep fried and topped with powdered sugar. You can learn to make, “man catchin” beignets here.

The Nacho from Kim Possible

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The Nacho is a combination of nachos and a taco served at Bueno Nacho. It is created by taking nacho chips and cheese, mixing them with the fillings of a taco, placing it all in a tortilla, and lifting up the sides to form the bag-like shape. The Nacho was invented by Kim Possible’s sidekick Ron Stoppable. You can learn to make The Nacho here.

Spaghetti Tacos from iCarly

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iCarly was an icon from so many of our childhoods. Sam, Carly, Spencer and Freddie were the coolest people who were always doing the coolest stuff. Like eating spaghetti tacos. We all wanted to try them as kids, but since we couldn’t we might as well try them as adults. You can learn to make spaghetti tacos here.

Grilled Cheese Deluxe from Regular Show

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Sure, we all had grilled cheese as kids, but we never had THE grilled cheese deluxe from Regular Show. You can learn to make the grilled cheese deluxe here.

Flanders Hot Cocoa from The Simpsons

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If you watched The Simpsons you have seen Flander’s Hot Cocoa. It looks delicious and honestly seems like the ideal hot cocoa. The toasted marshmallow on top looks irresistible. You can learn to make Flander’s Hot Cocoa here.

Ube Roll from Steven Universe

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We all wanted to try the Ube Roll from Steven Universe. It was purple. Who wouldn’t want to try it? You can learn to make the Ube Roll here.

Kronk’s Spinach Puffs from The Emperor’s New Groove

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Kronk was so proud of his spinach puffs in the movie. The steam coming off of them made every kid hungry when they were watching. You can learn to make Kronk’s Spinach Puffs here.

Jake’s Bacon Pancakes from Adventure Time

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Jake was so hyped about making his bacon pancake breakfast. You can learn to make bacon pancakes here.

Congee from Mulan

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Waking up to breakfast is great, but waking up to breakfast that has a smile is better. You can learn to make Congee here.

Bao from Pixar’s Bao

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The Pixar short film Bao stole the hearts of everyone. The adorable short film had us all left wondering how to make the delicious looking Bao ourselves. You can learn to make Bao here.

The Grey Stuff from Beauty and the Beast

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“Try the grey stuff it’s delicious!” This is the line that had us all longing to try what was on that silver tray. You can learn to make the Grey Stuff here.

Sarah Burden

Murray State '20

Sarah Burden is a senior at Murray State University. She is a PR major and minoring in Journalism. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha and loves her ladybugs. In her free time she enjoys experimenting with makeup, drinking coffee, posting on social media and spending time with her bird. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter @sarahburden__