Home Geekonomics is a series that features the best in geeky home decor, food and DIY. Each week will focus on a specific fandom and highlight the best of geek for your home and everyday life.
This week Baymax comes home as Big Hero 6 is released on DVD, Blu-ray and digital. The beloved healthcare companion has become an internet phenomenon. His nonthreatening huggable design is inspiration for everything, especially fan art in the form of adorable food.
You don’t need to go to San Fransokyo to find inspired Baymax food tributes because we’ve gathered some of the best for you right here. I am satisfied with my meal.
Baymax Steamed Pork Buns by Bento Monsters
It seems all great food artists use Instagram as their gallery. With 77,000 followers, Bento Monsters knows a thing or two about adorable eats and Baymax is often her muse. These cute little buns are filled with a savory ginger pork filling, shaped like Baymax, and steamed to perfection. Dumplings never looked so adorable.
Baymax Nutella Buns by Little Miss Bento
Another great on Instagram, Little Miss Bento shows us that if meat isn’t your thing, you don’t have to worry. Baymax buns are even better sweet. Filled to the max with Nutella, these buns are sure to satisfy any ailment.
Baymax Rice Ball by Maysatch
What makes this rice bento different than the others is the fact that Baymax is sitting up. With his head tilted to the side like that, it almost looks as if he’s about to ask you how you feel on a scale of 1 to 10…
Baymax Wasabi Ginger Deviled Eggs by Fiction Food
Baymax is indeed egg shaped, and these Deviled Eggs are hugely influenced by his teammate Wasabi. Hard boiled and mixed with mayo, wasabi and ginger, these eggs pack a Rocket Fist of a punch with flavor.
Baymax Marshmallow Cookies by mosogourmet
In Big Hero 6, Fred did describe hugging Baymax like “spooning a warm marshmallow.” Here marshmallows are sandwiched into cookies to form the most wonderful personal heathcare companion of all. An edible one. Typical of Japanese cooking vids on YouTube, there’s no audio in video but in the pull down are ingredients and directions in both Japanese and English.