No Need to Study for These Fun Food Quizzes
We’re sure parents and kids alike are enjoying this break from homework. To help celebrate, we gathered our favorite food quizzes from around the web. Take a break and take a test, but don’t panic. These questions are meant to make you laugh and help you learn — no cramming necessary.
Food Quizzes from Buzzfeed
Buzzfeed quizzes can be kind of goofy, but there are a few gems where you can learn a thing or two. We sifted through them to find the ones worth taking.
Start with a silly one, like this quiz where you may or may not be looking at food. Can you tell what’s edible and what’s not?
Once you can recognize food, move on to this one that covers the basics — protein, fat and carbohydrates.
Feeling pretty smart? See how much you know about nutrition labels and what they tell you about the food inside the package.
Food Quizzes from Sporcle
Sporcle is a quiz site filled with user-generated quizzes. If you like taking tests and showing off how much you know, Sporcle may be your new time suck. Besides cooking, of course.
Try this fruit identification quiz. Hit “Play” and start typing in the names of each of the fruits pictured. Spelling counts.
This next quiz will tempt you to rummage through your refrigerator and pantry. Resist the urge to cheat, and see how many common foods and ingredients you can name from memory that most households have on hand.
Food Quizzes from Food Network
Are these quizzes too easy for you? Are you ready to move on to the big time? Check out the quizzes on Food Network. While they have a few head-shakers, they’ve also got a lot of smart ones.
Culinary pro or average Joe? This quiz will tell you how you rate in the kitchen.
Do you bake so often that you don’t feel fully dressed without a dusting of flour? This quiz will determine whether you’re a true baking expert.
Finally, see whether your knife skills measure up to Alton Brown’s standards in this quiz. We also bet you’ll laugh at the avocado question.
For cooks who take themselves seriously, the Food Network quizzes are our top pick. Our only complaint is that you can’t always see what you got right and wrong, which makes it hard to learn from your mistakes — which is what cooking is all about.