9 Geeky Cookbooks for Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Video Game Fans

These geeky cookbooks will bring your favorite fictional foods to life!

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Have you ever seen food from a video game or movie, and thought to yourself, “Wow, that looks delicious”?

Unfortunately, fictitious foods don’t come with a recipe (and some of the ingredients aren’t even real), so we have to make do with what we have… which isn’t bad news at all!

Put your cooking skills to the test and try your hand at making food from these geeky cookbooks inspired by your favorite TV shows, movies, and video games.

1. World of Warcraft: The Official Cookbook

Open this World of Warcraft-inspired cookbook, and you’ll find a wide array of Azerothian recipes. From Bloodberry Tart, to Dragonbreath Chili, and Greatfather’s Winter Ale, you’ll finally get to taste over 100 mouth-watering in-game recipes.

2. Overwatch: The Official Cookbook

Addicted to playing Overwatch? Now, you can get addicted to Overwatch-themed food and drinks.

Overwatch may not have actual food inside the game, but this cookbook still manages to capture the spirit of the game—it includes over 90 diverse recipes that come from all over the globe.

3. Fallout: The Vault Dweller’s Official Cookbook

The food in Fallout doesn’t seem too appetizing—after all, most of the food is contaminated with radiation or made out of mysterious substances.

Surprisingly, this Fallout cookbook manages to make Fallout‘s signature foods appetizing and edible. Whip up some BlamCo Mac & Cheese or Mutant Mantis Marsala, and you just might find your next favorite meal.

4. The Necronomnomnom: Recipes and Rites from the Lore of H. P. Lovecraft

This cookbook honors the worlds crafted by the horror writer, H.P. Lovecraft, and gets its name from the Necronomicon, the fictional grimoire that frequently shows up in Lovecraft’s stories.

You’ll learn grotesque (but delicious) recipes based on the Lovecraftian universe, such as The Great Old Buns, Nog Sothoth, and Cthus-Koos.

5. The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook

You don’t have to play The Elder Scrolls in order to feel connected with a different world. This Elder Scrolls cookbook brings meals from your screen and into real life.

Gather your geekiest friends, and feast on Sweetrolls, Apple Cabbage Stew, Sunlight Souffle, and more.

6. A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Offical Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook

The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook features carefully crafted recipes from George R.R. Martin’s famous fantasy universe.

The recipes are categorized by region—get to know the flavors native to King’s Landing, the North, the South, Dorne, and more.

7. The Wizard’s Cookbook: Magical Recipes Inspired by Harry Potter, Merlin, The Wizard of Oz, and More

The magical Wizard’s Cookbook comes packed with recipes inspired by several fantasy-themed games and movies.

Just some of the recipes you’ll encounter come from Harry Potter, Dungeons & Dragons, The Legend of Zelda, The Lord of the Rings, The Chronicles of Narnia, and much more.

8. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge: The Official Black Spire Outpost Cookbook

Take your dishes to the next level with this Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge cookbook. As you might’ve guessed, this book is directly inspired by the recent addition of the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge park in Disney World and Disney Land.

Munch on food from around the galaxy, including Nerf Kebabs, Huttese Slime Pods, and Mandalorian Stew.

9. The Geeky Chef Cookbook

The Geeky Chef Cookbook is for the ultimate nerd, as it contains recipes inspired by Doctor Who, The Game of Thrones, The Legend of Zelda, The Hunger Games, and more.

Not only can you indulge in the Pumpkin Pasties from Harry Potter, but you can also enjoy Plomeek Soup from Star Trek.

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