7 Fake Movie Foods You Can Actually Eat

If you've ever wanted to reach into your screen and grab the food, you'll be glad to know that we're one step closer to making it a reality. Even though Taste-o-Vision hasn't been invented yet, you can buy some of the grub featured in films and chow down during your next movie night.

From Harry Potter's gross-out jelly bean flavors to visionary Pepsi in a differently shaped bottle than previously fathomable, check out seven movie foods and drinks you can actually eat.

Unfortunately this bottle of Pepsi won't be delivered to you on demand in a futuristic tube, but you can buy one of the 6500 limited-edition bottles on Oct. 21, 2015 — the date that Marty McFly travels to in Back to the Future Part II — for $20.15.

There are 20 flavors in the infamous Harry Potter jelly beans, and only some of them are delectable. It's like a game of Russian roulette in every box, because you could get something as delicious as blueberry or cherry, or you could end up biting into earwax, dirt or even vomit.

This rendition of the "weird nutrition bar" is actually a crispy peanut butter-chocolate bar and will not help you fit into a dress at 135 in time for prom. Wash it down with some cranberry juice cocktail and you'll be living like Regina George in no time.

Eat away your fears of the towering Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. The vanilla-flavored 'mallows would melt wonderfully in s'mores if you wanted to defeat the Destroyer of Worlds.

Another favorite of wizards and muggles alike is Butterbeer. Feel free to give this butterscotch-flavored cream soda to your house elves — it's completely nonalcoholic. You can also make your own Butterbeer at home and put a spell on your friends and family.

We can't vouch for how long these will  actually last, but you can buy a box of them and test them yourselves. We're still waiting for multicourse dinners in gum form, Wonka.

You can eat SpongeBob's favorite food anytime you want — well, at least in gummy form. If that doesn't satisfy your Krabby Patty kraving, check out our best burger recipes and make a DIY one.

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