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List of foods and drinks

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This is a list of food and drink that make appearances and/or are mentioned in the SpongeBob SquarePants  series. Although there are several food items in the series that are real food, the series also features numerous food and drink items that are solely a part of the SpongeBob SquarePants universe. Some of these items are parodies of actually food and/or drink items. 

Within the SpongeBob SquarePants universe

For the food sold at the Krusty Krab, see the Galley Grub.

Item Notes Image
Barnacle Loaf It looks like salami sausage and also in the middle of it, it looks like it has small circles inside. It is red, or maroon, in color. Appeared in the Season 1 episode "Karate Choppers". It is a spoof of meatloaf. Barnacle Loaf
Blancmange A food in which SpongeBob offered to Squidward in the Season 6 episode: Squid's Visit. However, Squidward doesn't know what it is. As shown in the episode, it is gelatinous dessert of the color of magenta with a light cream and a cherry on top. It looks a bit like jelly. Blancmange


Chocolate balls that are popular with 8 year olds. They are enjoyed by Squidward as a part of his midlife crisis. Sergeant Sam Rodrick also used it to challenge someone to not eat in the classroom. They appeared in two Season 4 episodes: Mrs. Puff, You're Fired and Good Neighbors. It appears in a simple yellow box that reads Bon-Bon. BonBons
Bran Flakes A brand of cereal that is a spoof of Corn Flakes. Old Man Jenkins once mistook SpongeBob for a box of Bran Flakes. It was seen on the Season 3 episode: As Seen on TV. Old Man Jenkins probably eats it and watched the commercial of Bran Flakes. BranFlakes
Fried Oyster Skins A food that Patrick mentioned in Squidville. Patrick had three orders of it and accidentally knocked the guards unconscious with his bad breath, which allowed SpongeBob and Patrick inside Tentacle Acres. They were probably made from oysters. PatrickBreathingFriedOysterSkins
Holographic Meatloaf A dish seen in the Season 3 episode, The Algae's Always Greener. It is prepared by Karen for Plankton and may be the only meal she knows how to make, as indicated by Plankton's displeasure at seeing it, saying "Holographic meatloaf...again!" Given that it is a hologram, whether or not the meatloaf has any nutritional value is unknown. Holographic Meatloaf simply looks like a meatloaf hologram, which is strangely edible. It is indicated as Plankton's favorite, as at the end of the episode, he says, "Holographic favorite!" Plankton eats this with a can or cup of soda. Olives appear as a side dish. Holographic Meatloaf
Jellyfish Jelly Patty A Krabby Patty with jellyfish jelly on it. It only was on the Krusty Krab menu for about a day in the season 2 episode, Jellyfish Hunter which gave Mr. Krabs get an idea to capture jellyfish. There was also a jelly patty with blue jelly made by Friend, the blue jellyfish. The patties appear to be a normal Krabby Patty, only with jellyfish jelly on them. Regular
Kelp Jerky A parody of Beef Jerky; Kelp Jerky is also sold at the Krusty Krab, as it has been shown on the Galley Grub. In the Season 6 episode Sun Bleached, Patrick places two pieces of it in front of SpongeBob's buck teeth to make him look tan. In another Season 6 episode, Porous Pockets, SpongeBob and Patrick eat Kelp Jerky while they watch trucks of money pour in front of SpongeBob's house. They appear in little yellow bags that read "Kelp Jerky" in red letters. Kelp Jerky
Kelp Nougat Crunch A candy bar that appeared in the Season 1 episode, Rock Bottom. It is made from kelp nougat and comes in red packaging. KelpNougatCrunch
Kelp Shake A drink made of mostly Kelp Juice. It appears in Best Frenemies. It is a parody of a milkshake, but it is green. However, if you drink it turns you green and hairy later. SBbf10
Pop Kelp A parody of popcorn. In the episode Something Smells, a pop kelp machine is visible at the Reef Cinema's snack bar. It turns out to be green, like Kelp. It is possible that you have to pay for it. PopKelp
Seahorse Radish A parody of horseradish. In the episode Nasty Patty, it is the second ingredient put on the patty to attempt to choke the health inspector that SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs thought was fake. SeaHorseRadish
Seanut Brittle A parody of peanut brittle, as seen in the episode Pranks a Lot as a prank/booby trap. There is likely seanut brittle to eat as well. SeanutBrittle
SpongeBob's Exercise Shake A shake created by SpongeBob. It was shown in the episode The Great Snail Race, when SpongeBob made the shake and gave it to Gary. Gary did not want SpongeBob's shake, so he slithered away to watch TV. It was made with nails, raw eggs, and other manly objects. It could have damaged your health if you drank it. Shake
SpongeBob's Sundae A sundae created by SpongeBob in Season 2's Something Smells. The sundae consisted of ketchup, onions, peanut butter and peanuts from a peanut plant. Only SpongeBob and Patrick consumed the sundae, which gave them stinky breath. The peanuts put in were rotten. It smelt really bad. You might not want to try that, because it gives you awful breath! Spongebob's Sundae
Swedish Barnacle Balls A canned food which was revealed that Squidward ate in the episode, The Camping Episode" They are packaged in red cans. They can also be cooked or roasted, and they will become hot and steamy. They're a parody of Swedish Meatballs. They were likely made in Sweden. SwedishBarnacleBalls
Yummy Stuff In Growth Spout, Squidward had assorted containers of unseen food stenciled with the phrase "YUMMY STUFF". They included baguettes. YummyStuff
Sea Horse Milk Sea Horse Milk is a fresh and mellow milk in the city of Bikini Bottom. Because SpongeBob ignored it in the episode "Have You Seen This Snail?", it changed into a decayed solid milk, Patrick ate it and he swallowed it while grunting. It only appeared on "Have You Seen This Snail?". It is possible that citizens drink it. Milk

Drinkable Sausage

As the name suggests, it's a sausage turned into a liquid. It is one of Patrick's favorite drinks. Appeared in the episode Model Sponge. It possibly has a meaty taste.

Drinkable Sausage - Patrick Holding - Model Sponge
Rusty on Rye

The Rusty on Rye is a sandwich made from two pieces of driftwood, with spackle in the middle, and dipped in shellac. It was served at Rusty's Rib Eye. It is unknown how the citizens could eat it.



Items that are also in the real world

Other foods and drinks

Minor food


Mayo, Ketchup, and Mustard

Bikini Bottom's Food and Drinks

Food and Drinks (VE)

Chocolate BarChummy JoesChumstickCoral BitsDonutFancy CakeJelly SandwichKelpshakeKrabby PattySaladSpongeBob's Sunday SundaeSwedish Barnacle BallsCanned BreadCanned CoralBarnacle LoafBlancmangeBon-BonsBran FlakesBran MuffinHolographic MeatloafKelp BitsKelp JerkyKelp Nugget CrunchKelp ShakePop KelpSeahorse RadishSeanut BrittleSpongeBob's SundaeYummy BunzDrinkable SausageRusty on RyeVolcano SauceEnchiladasSaladIce CreamKetchupMayoMilkshakeMustardPeasPizzaSandwichSmoked SausagesTeaThe Chocolate BalloonJellyfish JellySuper Double Triple PattyChum on a StickButtered BarnaclesChili Kelp FriesChum BurgerChum ChiliChumbalayaFoot LongGolden LoafMonster Krabby PattyPretty PattyTriple Krabby SupremeTriple Gooberberry SunriseTunaWow! SoupYellow PopsicleSteak Sauce

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