How To Eat The Same Foods As Your Favorite Cartoon Characters

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From video games to popular animated television shows, YouTube users have turned fiction into reality by showing you how to make iconic cartoon foods.

Ever watch "The Simpsons" and wonder how you can have those delectable doughnuts Homer is always chowing down? Well thanks to a slew of YouTube tutorials, you can now munch on the same delicious treats as your favorite cartoon characters!

From video games to popular animated television shows, YouTube users have turned fiction into reality by showing you how to make iconic cartoon foods.

Let’s Eat Fiction lays out the recipe for those pink, glazed donuts from “The Simpsons.” YouTube channel Feast of Fiction shares a host of tutorials on classic cartoon treats including fantasy video game The Elder Scrolls' sweetrolls and Japanese manga series "Naruto's" Ichiraku ramen.

In the anime series "Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma," the main character is a superb chef whose food often takes the spotlight. The first episode showcases his "Gotcha" Pork Roast, a fake pork roast made out of vegetables and wrapped in bacon but with a similar flavor to a pork loin. YouTube user immanuelbear demonstrates how to make this savory meal.

Video game enthusiasts celebrated the debut of Fallout 4 by mimicking the illuminating drink featured in the game: Nuka-Cola Quantum. The soda’s glow comes from radioactive material, but (thankfully), the gamers discovered a similar effect using ordinary tonic water.

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