18 Recipes From Our Favourite Movies That Are Worth Every Award There Is

The Golden Globes of gobble, gobble, gobble.

  1. Rosemary Fried Chicken from The Help

Cr: The Help // Martha Stewart via Delish

Don’t lie, every time Minnie made this in the movie, you were drooling.

Recipe here.

  1. District 11 Bread from The Hunger Games

Cr: Hunger Games // fictionalfood

This ridiculously well researched recipe replicates the bread Katniss receives as a gift from the impoverished citizens of District 11. Well damn.

Recipe here

  1. Wedding Cake from Like Water for Chocolate

Cr: Like Water for Chocolate // Con Poulos

Tita makes a wedding cake and lets her tears fall into the batter, causing everyone who eats it to feel the pain of lost love. Intenseee.

Recipe here.

  1. Cacio e Pepe Pasta Sauce from Eat Pray Love

Cr: Eat Pray Love // Penny de los Santos

As Eat Pray Love author Elizabeth Gilbert says, “Italians take every ingredient they know and make a feast of it.”

Recipe here

  1. Broiled Shrimp Tacos from Forrest Gump

Cr: Forrest Gump via Giphy // Martha Stewart

This is obviously just one of the ENDLESS shrimp ideas featured in the movie…

Recipe here

  1. Ratatouille from Ratatouille

Cr: Pixar // onesweetappetite

Remy would approve of this. (After tasting it very cutely)

Recipe here

  1. Potato Gratin with Gruyere from Julie and Julia

Cr: Julie and Julia // James Baigrie

Tbh, all recipes in that movie are amazing.

Recipe here.

  1. Grilled Cheese Sandwich from Chef

Cr: Chef // deliciousmagazine

One of my all time favourite movies and all time favourite sandwiches.

Recipe here

  1. Beignets from Disney’s The Princess and the Frog

Cr: Disney // sugarandcharm

Just as delicious as in the animation.

Recipe here

  1. Mojo Pork Cubanos from Chef

Cr: Chef // foodgawker

All the scenes where they made this were absolute food porn.

Recipe here.

  1. Spaghetti and Meatballs, Lady and the Tramp

Cr: Disney // via Martha Stewart

Grab your lover and reenact the famous spaghetti scene.

Recipe here

  1. Chocolate Cake from Matilda

Cr: Matilda // deliciousmagazine

Eat it like the big boy at Matilda’s school.

Recipe here.

  1. Almond Croissants from Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Cr: Breakfast at Tiffanys // jessicagavin

Grab a few and head on over to the store.

Recipe here.

  1. Potato Leek Soup, Bridget Jones Diary

Cr: Bridget Jones // via Martha Stewart

Bridget cooks this soup for her guests at her birthday party.

Recipe here

  1. Blue Bantha Milk from Star Wars

Cr: Star Wars // castlesandcooks

So that the force is with you every morning.

Recipe here.

  1. Butter Beer from Harry Potter

Cr: Warner Brothers // Getty

The closest we’ll ever get to Hogsmeade.

Recipe here.

  1. The Mint Sorbet from The Princess Diaries

Cr: The Princess Diaries // milliemirepoix

Something to nibble on while we wait for our grandmother/Julie Andrews to tell us we’re princess of a small European nation.

Recipe here.

  1. Mushu’s Breakfast from Mulan

Cr: Shanshan Mel via SpoonUniversity

If you never wanted to eat this you are lying.

Recipe here

Now, cook yourself some food and put those movies on. 

Cr: chefthefilm.com

Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments!

BONUS: Check out Andrew Rea’s “Binging with Babish” Youtube channel for more movie-inspired dishes!

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