38 Food-Inspired Cat Names That Are Good Enough To Eat

Many cat owners like to choose food-inspired names for their beloved felines. Here comes our selection of 38 delicious cat names for your male or female kittens, these names are good enough to eat. The more important thing is, most of them are not so popular, and they are unique and rare as names.

Ambrosia: The food of the gods; something very pleasing to taste or smell.

Biscuit: A cookie or cracker.
Blueberry: The most common fruits which are native to North America.
Brie: A salted, white, soft cheese, ripened with bacterial action, originating in Brie.
Brownie: Moist chocolate cake with nuts.
Bubblegum: A type of chewing gum that can be blown into large bubbles through the lips.
Cayenne: The long, wrinkled, twisted fruit of this plant.
Cherry: The fruit of any of various trees belonging to the genus Prunus, of the rose family, consisting of a pulpy, globular drupe enclosing a one-seeded smooth stone.
Chocolate: A preparation of the seeds of cacao, roasted, husked, and ground, often sweetened and flavored, as with vanilla.
Cinnamon: Cinnamon is a warm brown-colored spice. Cinnamon Bears is a kind of candy, they are just spicy enough to satisfy your craving for hot.
Clementine: A small, sweet variety of tangerine with orange-red skin.
Clove: Spice.
Coco: Coconut palm.
Cookie: A small flat, crisp cake.
Crumpet: A round soft unsweetened bread resembling a muffin, cooked on a griddle or the like, and often toasted.
Cupcake: Small cake baked in a cup shaped container.
Dumpling: A rounded mass of steamed and seasoned dough, often served in soup or with stewed meat.
Ginger: A reedlike plant, Zingiber officinale, native to the East Indies but now cultivated in most tropical countries, having a pungent, spicy rhizome used in cookery and medicine.
Guinness: Guinness is an Irish dry stout produced by Diageo.
Kobe: Kobe beef refers to beef from the Tajima strain of Wagyu cattle, raised in Japan's Hyogo Prefecture according to rules as set out by the Kobe Beef Marketing and Distribution Promotion Association.
Lambchop: A chop of lamb.

Marmalade: A jellylike preserve in which small pieces of fruit and fruit rind, as of oranges or lemons, are suspended.
Marshmallow: A white confection, usually soft and spongy.
Matzoh: Unleavened bread in the form of large crackers, typically square and corrugated, eaten by Jews during Passover.
Meatball: A small ball of ground meat, especially beef, often mixed with bread crumbs, seasonings, etc., before cooking.
Nacho: A snack or appetizer consisting of a small piece of tortilla topped with cheese, hot peppers, etc., and broiled.
Oatmeal: Meal made from ground or rolled oats.
Peaches: Red, yellow skinned fleshy fruit.
Peanut: The peanut is a species in the legume or bean family. Peanuts is a syndicated daily and Sunday American comic strip, it is the most popular and influential in the history of the comic strip.
Pecan: A species of hickory native to Mexico and the southcentral and southeastern regions of the United States.
Pepperoni: A highly seasoned, hard sausage of beef and pork.
Pickles: Food flavored in a solution of vinegar.
Pumpkin: A pumpkin is round, with smooth, slightly ribbed skin and deep yellow to orange coloration. Pumpkin is the necessary element of Fall season and Halloween. In the United States, the carved pumpkin was first associated with the harvest season in general, long before it became an emblem of Halloween.
Saffron: The flower saffron is used as a spice as well as a bright orange-yellow color dye.
Sage: Sage is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Sage is "wise, healthy". The name has associations with sagebrush, cowboys, and the Wild West.
Sarsaparilla: A soft drink flavored with an extract of this root, as root beer.
Sashimi: Raw fish cut into very thin slices.
Snickers: A brand of candy bar.

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