It’s kind of incredible that Bethesda’s Fallout game can keep inspiring so many people to do SO many things! There are cosplay tutorials, craft ideas and concepts, art galore and now we’ve even got folks who are smart enough to make Fallout meals! I had to dig in and check some out!
Now, keep in mind, there are a LOT more — so if you’re looking for a specific food that you always thought “Hey! I wanted to eat that in real life just once!” check around and see if some other very creative foodsmith has done just that!
Mirelurk Cakes by Eurogamer!
Now, you obviously can’t get Mirelurk but they used crab meat and who doesn’t like crab? If you have a shellfish allergy, however, let me suggest canned chicken. Same kind of texture and it would definitely work here in this recipe! If you aren’t sure you want to use eggs, substitute the egg in the recipe for chia seed. Yeah, no joke. Preparing chia seeds with water will make a viscous and tasteless binding agent that works fantastic here AND it is super cheap to have on hand. So, there you go!
Fallout 4 Inspired Drinks aka: Quantum Cola and Nuka Cola by Rosanna Pansino feat. Hannah Hart!
The one super cool thing about this recipe is that Rosanna is using a SodaStream machine! I’m actually going to be putting together an awesome set of gaming-inspired drinks using a SodaStream machine here at Loot Crate — so this is a bit of a preview of how the machine works and what kind of neat things you can do with it! (Seriously, I use this thing every day. #notasponsor)
Rosanna makes a super cool recipe for Quantum Cola but it’s using sugar. For those of you who want a more sugar-free alternative, replace the sugar with Stevia but half the amount that the recipe calls for in sugar. It will dissolve far faster but won’t have the sugar that I know I try to avoid in my drinks.
Noodle Cup by Nilsor’s Vault!
This one is from 2015 but the recipe is for that tasty noodle cup that you can get from your favorite Diamond City establishment! If you’re looking for something a touch healthier, exchange the noodles for brown rice ramen noodles and find yourself low-sodium chicken broth cubes (bouillon) or perhaps a tablespoon of ‘Better than Bouillon’ broth base. That will keep the monosodium glutamate down and still provide some very rich flavor without overloading by just pouring in broth. Want a bit more of a kick? Add a clove of garlic and/or a teaspoon of garlic chili sauce.