Gabrielle Williams makes copycat meals from popular Disney, Warner Brothers, and Laika films.
She's made the confit byaldi from "Ratatouille" and "the grey stuff" from "Beauty and the Beast."
Williams commented on one of her posts that she is working on a cookbook filled with her recipes.
TikToker Gabrielle Williams is bringing some of the most iconic movie meals to life.
In one video, which had 4.6 million views at the time of writing, Williams shows the classic "The Princess Diaries" scene where Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) gets a brain freeze from eating too much of a frozen palate cleanser.
Williams shows the clip accompanied by some of the steps she takes to re-create the dessert - a sorbet infused with pear, mint, and lime flavors.
While non-animated movies give a great picture of what food should look like, animated foods, like the pepperoni pizza from "A Goofy Movie," might seem impossible to replicate. But Williams found a way.
In the video below, she was able to nail the cheese pull to a T.
Williams, who has been sharing her culinary creations on TikTok since November 2020, put her own spin on a "Harry Potter" butterbeer recipe as her first foray into mimicking movie meals.
Williams said in a TikTok that she became inundated with requests for "Harry Potter" foods, so she dedicated a whole week of videos to the movie. Throughout the week she made sorting hat cupcakes, more butterbeer, pumpkin pasties, Harry's birthday cake, and acid pops.
More recently, Williams did a week-long series of recipes from "Coraline." She made a cake, a mushroom omelet, mango milkshake, taffy, lemonade, a full diner breakfast, and chocolate beetles.
She even made a complete snack table shown in the video below.
She first delved into re-creating Disney foods with a video on beignets from "The Princess and the Frog." Though she showed off a Disney princess storybook in the video, Williams made it clear in the comments that it was not a recipe book.
"Hey beautiful humans!" she wrote. "I've been trying to reply to everyone, but just to let you know: I don't use any cookbooks. This book is just for aesthetics."
She did confirm in the comments, though, that she is working on compiling all of her recipes together for her followers.
Until then, she shares tips and tricks with curious TikTok commenters.
Williams didn't immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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