Recipes Inspired By Movies & TV Shows Are Having a Moment on TikTok

Jeremy Allen White in
Jeremy Allen White in "The Bear"

Movies and TV shows have the power to shape our lives in many unexpected ways, and they’re now making their way into our kitchen. TikTok users can’t get enough of pop culture-inspired foods, and here are some of the most popular cinematic dishes on this social media platform.

Boursin Omelet (The Bear)

Sidney’s Boursin omelet from The Bear, which includes chips as the topping, is pretty easy to recreate, so it’s not a shocker that TikTok users can’t get enough of it. In addition to Boursin cheese, you’ll only need eggs, butter, fresh chives, and potato chips to make it on your own.


“The Bear” inspired omelette ft. Boursin cheese & sour cream and onion ridges 🤩🥔🍳

♬ original sound – Alessandra Ciuffo

Blue Soup (Bridget Jones’s Diary)

Bridget Jones’s friends weren’t impressed by her disastrous blue soup, but TikTok users don’t feel the same way. Many have tried to recreate this recipe and some even managed to make it look tasty.

@tastefilm We’re loving Bridget Jones’ culinary diary! 🤤 Which has been your favorite food and film moment?? 🎬📚🍷#bluesoup #hughgrant #bridgetjones #colinfirth #reneezellweger #tastefilm #drakeandmorgan ♬ original sound – Taste Film

Spaghetti and Meatballs (Lady and The Tramp)

Spaghetti and meatballs are never going out of style, and Disney fans will forever associate this classic dish with Lady and The Tramp.

@rubimichael1 Spaghetti & Meatballs from #ladyandthetramp #spaghettiandmeatballs #spaghetti #disneyfood #disneyrecipe #CapCut ♬ Bella Notte – Peggy Lee

Ratatouille (Ratatouille)

Ratatouille is one of the first animated films that come to mind when someone mentions cooking. Many recipes inspired by this Pixar classic became a huge hit on TikTok, from leek and potato soup to the titular ratatouille.

@disney There's no such thing as too much Ratatouille! 😍 Stream Ratatouille on @disneyplus #FoodTok #Yum #Pixar #Ratatouille ♬ original sound – Disney