How to Make Space Soup Recipe from Raise a Floppa at Home

Floppa is a character in the mini-game – Raise A Floppa within the larger gaming platform Roblox.

Roblox is an online gaming platform. It creates a virtual universe that allows users to play games created by others, as well as create their own games.There are endless experiences to be had on this platform, created in 2004.

One of these is Raise A Floppa. The idea is pretty basic. You adopt a Floppa and take care of it. Catering to its every need. The goal is to have it at maximum happiness.

One way to achieve this is to have the Floppa make “space soup”. The space soup has the ability to raise its happiness level to 300%. In order to make the soup in the game, one must collect:

  • 2 meteorites (which are found during a meteor shower, of course)
  • 1 carrot (first seeds must be foraged, then planted)
  • 1 noodle (which can be purchased with robux at the Floppa store across from its house)
  • 2 almond water (a traveling merchant must buy these in one of the back rooms)

When Floppa has all the ingredients, it puts them in a pot on the stove over a low flame.

In real life, we obviously can’t fetch meteors and cook them up. So how could we make our own version at home? We’ve found a recipe that is simple, tasty, and most of all fun to make with your Roblox-loving kids.

How To Make Space Soup Recipe Raise A Floppa At Home


  • 3 tomatoes, diced
  • 2 carrots, sliced
  • 4-5 garlic cloves
  • 1 beet, peeled and sliced
  • 4 cups of water
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • salt to taste
  • flour
  • frozen or homemade meatballs (to replace meteors)


  • In a pressure cooker, heat the oil, then throw in the garlic cloves; after a few seconds, place in chopped carrots and beets
  • sauté for a few minutes, then add 2 cups of water and salt to your taste, and let simmer until mushy
  • Drain the contents in a colander and set aside the liquid
  • place the mush in a blender with some water to make a purée
  • empty the purée into a saucepan and add the reserved liquid and 2 cups of water and bring to a boil
  • dissolve the flour in a few teaspoons of water and pour into the soup to thicken it.
  • stir and simmer for about 4 minutes, remove from heat
  • meatballs can be cooked separately or with the soup

The beets are important as they will give the soup the same intense red color of the virtual soup. If you don’t like beets, try red bell pepper or even a few drops of food coloring.

Where Did The Idea For Floppa Come From?

Raise A Floppa is based on a caracal cat named Gosha (Gregory), who was born in Ukraine in 2017. Gregory went viral in 2019 when his owners posted a photo of him and his brother (a regular sized house cat) on Instagram.

People were intrigued by this large animal living in an apartment in Eastern Europe. This is because caracals are native to Africa and not usually kept as house pets. Fans began calling him “Big Floppa” because of his large furry ears.

The caracal is a medium-sized wild cat characterized by long legs, a muscular build, and large ears with long, floppy tufts of hair at the end of them. An adult caracal averages 35 to 40 pounds. They are carnivores that, in the wild, eat birds, rodents, and antelopes.

Gregory, however, is reported to eat shrimp and mice. While Gregory has become a beloved character (virtually and virally), a caracal is not recommended as a pet. Considered part of the big cat family, they need open space to roam and hunt.

The Space Soup Controversy

Who would think that a simple mini-game about a cat making soup could be controversial? But leave it to social media and online gaming to find one. Thus far, Roblox has deleted Raise A Floppa from their platform 3 times.

The first time the Roblox creators said the game was trying to scam money from young players. The game description, they claimed, suggested that players had to click on Floppa to get money. The game was restored soon after.

The next removal came when someone filed a false complaint. Again, it was restored after a short time.

Currently, the game is removed because the creators stated the game contained “discriminatory content related to race”. The game designer says it’s a ridiculous claim and is fighting the removal.

Other Times The Real World Invaded The Virtual/Gaming World

Floppa is not the only well known virtual/gaming persona to have ties to the real world. Apparently, it’s becoming a whole thing for celebrities.

There’s a popular forum called Invisible Universe. They make virtual characters for celebrities to use on social media. Some of these include:

• Qai Qai

– This is the favorite doll of tennis star Serena Williams’ daughter, Alexis. Qai Qai currently has 3 million followers on Tiktok.

• Crazynho

– This monkey lives with soccer player Dani Alves and is almost as popular.

• Squeaky and Roy

– These two are virtual members of the famous TikTok D’Amelio family.

• Kayda

– This pet robot assistant belongs to supermodel Kate Kloss.

This is really nothing new. Historically, many game characters have been based on real life people. For instance:

  • Lady Dimitrescu from Resident Evil is based on a combination of Elizabeth Bathory (a 16th century serial killer) and actress Angelica Houston
  • Liu Kang from Mortal Kombat is fashioned after Bruce Lee
  • Sonic the Hedgehog is said to be a combination of Michael Jackson and Bill Clinton
  • Jinx from League of Legends is based on actress Helena Bonham Carter
  • Officer Frank Tenpenny from Grand Theft Auto is based on Denzel Washington’s character in Training Day
  • Squll Leonhart from Final Fantasy is based on late actor River Phoenix

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