10 Most Delicious Christmas Meals from Our Favorite Movies
The Christmas mood comes when you start watching popular holiday movies on Netflix. They create a stunning atmosphere and mood, but each one features some delicious holiday treats. Probably every viewer would like to try them at least once. So, we’ve found the most delicious dishes from the Christmas movies that we have been craving ever since we saw them.
- Home Alone 2: Ice Cream Sundae
Macaulay Culkin made the dream of many children who wanted to be alone at home for at least a few days and eat sweets without restrictions come true. However, it was not easy for him to deal with two funny robbers. There was a lot of delicious food in the movie, and mac’n’cheese looked really appealing, but it doesn’t compare to the room-service sundae that kicks our diet out the window.
- The Grinch: Roast Beast
What is the roast beast? Does this have anything to do with roast beef? There is no doubt about the popularity of roast beef, but you can suggest your own interpretation with slow-roasted beef tenderloin. Your children’s fantasy will appeal to all guests, and you do not need to steal Christmas for this!
- White Christmas: Vanilla Rum Malted Milkshake
Even though the film premiered years ago, it has not lost its popularity. Could it be because of the cool milkshakes? The perfect combination of milk with ice cream and that red straw makes you thirsty every time you watch a Christmas movie. But if you add a little rum, the cocktail will sparkle with new colours.
- The Santa Clause: Hot Chocolate
At first glance, this is simple cocoa. But in fact, this is the perfect drink because Jude the Elf has been perfecting this recipe for over a thousand years. The secret to the perfect taste is that the hot chocolate should not be too hot and should be stirred without shaking. Any kid would love this amazing recipe.
- Groundhog Day: Breakfast Spread
What is the advantage of the day you live over and over again? Phil Connors knows the answer to this question because every single day he has the opportunity to enjoy sweet breakfasts at a local diner. Sweet donuts, pancakes, buns, cocktails…it looks like this movie contains all the Christmas sweets, and we also want to have such a groundhog day.
- Elf: Maple Syrup Spaghetti
This scene from a popular movie evokes mixed emotions. The idea of making spaghetti for breakfast looks appealing, but after all, these are fancy noodles, right? Various sweets, marshmallows, and chocolate pieces have been added to it. We were interested in the taste of this meal when we watched the movie because the combination of noodles and sweet ingredients attracts attention.
- Love Actually: Banoffee Pie
The cake with sweet bananas and toffees dates back to the 70s. Having come to visit Mark Juliet offers him a piece of her pie. Who could stop at one piece of this cake?
- National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation: Eggnog and Roasted Turkey
Eggnog plays one of the key roles in the film, so you can see Clark Griswold is sipping on it all night. Hearty turkey is offered in an original and cool combination with a creamy and spicy drink. If you want to know how it tastes, make eggnog lattes with roasted turkey eggs benedict. Easy-Peasy!
- The Family Stone: Cheesy Egg Strata
SJP played the naughty character, but the funniest moment was when she spilt that cheesy, delicious-looking egg strata on the floor. Despite the funny moment, the film as a whole plays up the family crisis and is more of a drama than a comedy. However, the strata were wasted.
- A Christmas Story: Chinese Roasted Duck
It is customary for many families to have a Christmas dinner in Chinese restaurants, and this is what the characters in “A Christmas Story” movie do. After the hound dogs have spoiled home-cooked Christmas food, they go to a local Chinese restaurant for a whole roasted duck.
These mouth-watering dishes have very simple recipes, so you can easily cook them and feel what the heroes of your favourite movies felt!