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    13 Iconic TV Foods We Really Wish Existed In Real Life

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    1. The Naco from Kim Possible

    Disney Channel

    According to the show, a naco is a combination of nachos and a taco. 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.

    2. Spaghetti Tacos from iCarly

    Nickelodeon

    Spaghetti tacos were invented by Carly's big brother, Spencer Shay. It's spaghetti and meatballs served in a taco shell. You could technically make this one at home if you really wanted to, but could you order it at a restaurant? I don't think so!

    3. The Robin Scherbatsky (Minnesota Tidal Wave) from How I Met Your Mother

    CBS

    This drink was originally made by Marshall Eriksen, which he refers to as "Minnesota Tidal Wave". It's made up of coconut rum, peach schnapps, vanilla vodka, strawberry creme liqueur, cranberry juice, and Maraschino cherries. The drink was apparently so good that it was put permanently on MacLaren's menu. However, because Robin ordered it so much, they named it after her.

    4. Greendale's Chicken Fingers from Community

    NBC

    These chicken fingers aren't your ordinary chicken fingers. Though the recipe was never revealed, this cafeteria staple is apparently so good that it's addicting. In the episode, it showed the whole student body trying their best to obtain them before they run out. To make sure that they have an endless supply of chicken fingers, the group enlisted Abed to make them while the rest distributed them in exchange for favors from other students.

    5. Sloppy Jessica from Brooklyn Nine-Nine

    NBC

    According to Gina, the Sloppy Jessica is essentially a "mac-and-cheese-chili pizza on a bun.”

    6. Krabby Patty from SpongeBob SquarePants

    Nickelodeon

    Possibly one of the most iconic TV foods. The Krabby Patty is made with fresh lettuce, crisp onions, tomatoes, sea cheese, pickles, mustard, ketchup, and with a Krabby Patty secret formula that was never revealed on the show.

    7. Cheesy Blasters from 30 Rock

    NBC

    "You take a hot dog, stuff it with some jack cheese, fold it in a pizza, YOU GOT CHEEZY BLAAAASTERS!"

    8. Tubby Custard from Teletubbies

    Viacom International

    Tubby Custard is a pink custard that is dispensed from the Tubby Custard Machine. No one really knows what it is other than the fact that it's messy and requires a bib to eat.

    9. Bibble from Victorious

    Nickelodeon

    In the show, Cat Valentine is addicted to this tasty snack. But it really is just popcorn covered in various food coloring.

    10. Pop's Milkshakes from Riverdale

    The CW

    Quite possibly the only good thing that this unusual town can agree on. These milkshakes come in various classic flavors such as vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry.

    11. Scooby Snack from Scooby-Doo

    Warner Bros. Studios

    In the show, Scooby (and even Shaggy) are often treated with Scooby Snacks to give them the push to solve mysteries. Producer William Hanna has always imagined it to taste like a caramel flavored cookie.

    12. And finally, Monica's Holiday Candy from Friends

    Warner Bros. Studios

    While it was never revealed what it's made out of, it was apparently so good that Monica's neighbors were obsessed with it. Eventually she became frustrated and stopped making them.