If you were looking for the article about the real-life foods and drinks based on the series, then see List of food and drink merchandise.

This is a list of food and drinks that make appearances and/or are mentioned in the SpongeBob SquarePants series. The series features numerous food and drink items that are solely a part of the SpongeBob SquarePants universe, along with occasional food items that are found in the real world.

Foods

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 has small circle-shaped grooves inside. It appears in the episode "Karate Choppers." It is a spoof of meatloaf. Barnacle Loaf One For Me.jpg
Bran Flakes A brand of cereal that is a spoof of Corn Flakes. Old Man Walker once mistook SpongeBob for a box of Bran Flakes. It appears in the episode "As Seen on TV," in which Old Man Jenkins watches the commercial for it. BranFlakes.jpg
Fried oyster skins A food that Patrick mentions in "Squidville." Patrick had three orders of it and accidentally knocks the guards unconscious with his bad breath from eating them, which allows SpongeBob and him inside Tentacle Acres. It is a spoof of Fried Onion Rings. Squidville81.png
Holographic meatloaf A dish seen in the episode "The Algae's Always Greener." It is prepared by Karen for Plankton. It simply looks like a meatloaf hologram and is edible. Olives appear as a side dish. Holographic meatloaf.png
Jelly Patty A Krabby Patty with jellyfish jelly on it. It is only on the Krusty Krab Galley Grub for about a day in the episode "Jellyfish Hunter," which gives Mr. Krabs an idea to capture jellyfish. There was also a jelly patty with blue jelly made by Friend, the blue jellyfish. Jelly Patty.png
Jelly sandwich In The House on Jellyfish Fields. 304CFC9E-0B89-451A-8352-CA59E08D4159.jpeg
Kelp Jerky A spoof of beef jerky. In the episode "Sun Bleached," Patrick places two pieces of it in front of SpongeBob's buck teeth to make him look tan. In another episode, "Porous Pockets," SpongeBob and Patrick eat Kelp Jerky while they watch trucks of money pour in front of SpongeBob's house. Sun Bleached 150.jpg
Kelp Nougat Crunch A candy bar that appears in the episode "Rock Bottom." It is made from kelp nougat and is dispensed by the Kandy Machine. Kelp nougat crunch.png
Kerglooginpfiefer Also known as kerglooginpfiefer mit schlusinberry klabber sauz, it is a German food made out of garbage. Created by Squidward in the episode "Sold!." According to SpongeBob, it's his favorite food.
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Popcorn Popcorn appears in various episodes, starting with "F.U.N." In "Hocus Pocus," SpongeBob's living room is filled with popcorn. In "Mermaid Man Begins," overcooked popcorn gives Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy radioactive superpowers. In "Don't Feed the Clowns," SpongeBob tries to feed a piece of popcorn to the little clown. Hocus Pocus 013.png
Pop Kelp A spoof 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. PopKelp.jpg
Seahorse radish A spoof of horse radish. In the episode "Nasty Patty", it is the second ingredient put on the tainted patty to attempt to choke the health inspector whom SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs think is fake. Seahorse Radish.png
Seanut Brittle A spoof of peanut brittle, as seen in the episode "Pranks a Lot" as a prank/booby trap. Pranks a Lot 004.png
SpongeBob's sundae A sundae created by SpongeBob in "Something Smells." It consists of ketchup, onions, and peanuts from a peanut plant. Only SpongeBob and Patrick have ever eaten the sundae, which gives them both rancid breath. The peanuts put in were rotten. It smells really bad and gives SpongeBob rancid breath that causes others to run away from him. Spongebob's Sundae.jpg
Swedish Barnacle Balls A canned food that Squidward endorses in "The Camping Episode." They are a parody of the famous Swedish Meatballs.
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Yummy Stuff In "Growth Spout," Squidward has assorted containers of unseen food stenciled with the phrase "Yummy Stuff," which include baguettes. Growth Spout 123.png
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 appears in the episode "Séance Shméance." Rye.jpg

Barnacle Chips

A brand of potato chips that appears on a billboard in the episodes "Chocolate with Nuts," "Burst Your Bubble," and "Teacher's Pests." Chocolate with Nuts 111.jpg
Volcano Sauce A type of hot sauce that appears in the episodes "Karate Choppers" and "Nasty Patty." Volcano Sauce 04.png

Drinks

Item Notes Image
Kelp Shake A drink made of mostly kelp juice. It appears in the episode "Best Frenemies." It is a parody of a milkshake, but it is green. However, the Bikini Bottomites who drink it turn green and hairy sometime after drinking it. Best Frenemies 016.png
Drinkable Sausage As the name suggests, it is a sausage turned into a liquid. It is one of Patrick's favorite drinks and appears in the episode "Model Sponge." Drinkable Sausage - Patrick Holding - Model Sponge.png
Seahorse milk A fresh and mellow milk. Because SpongeBob ignored it in the episode "Have You Seen This Snail?," it changes into a rotten blob, and Patrick eats it. Milk.PNG
SpongeBob's exercise shake A shake created by SpongeBob. It appears in the episode "The Great Snail Race" when SpongeBob makes the shake and gives it to Gary, who does not want SpongeBob's shake, so he slithers away to watch TV. It was made with nails, raw eggs, and other "manly" objects. Shake.PNG

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