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->''"I have been assured by a very knowing American of my Acquaintance in London; that a young healthy Child, well nursed, is, at a Year old, a most delicious, nourishing, and wholesome Food; whether Stewed, Roasted, Baked, or Boiled; and, I make no doubt, that it will equally serve in a Fricasie, or Ragoust."''
-->--'''Creator/JonathanSwift,''' ''Literature/AModestProposal''

A villain/overlord so evil that they [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin literally eat babies.]]

This is often used as an indication that a character is well beyond the MoralEventHorizon. Can be PlayedForLaughs, given the [[RefugeInAudacity sheer over-the-topness]] that the accusation of "baby eating" usually invokes, but can also be PlayedForDrama (or for sheer {{Squick}}).

This is a subtrope of ImAHumanitarian as well as of WouldHurtAChild. Also compare ExoticEntree. If the villain specifically ''targets'' babies, rather than just being repugnant enough to eat one if the chance comes up, then he's a ChildEater as well.

If this trope is invoked to test a potential Baddie's moral fiber (or lack thereof) it's IfYoureSoEvilEatThisKitten.

There is a word in the English language - Brephophagist - specifically meaning "one who eats babies".



[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'':
** In the very first story, the Baron of Koka Castle helps himself to a baby-kebab on his halberd during his evil rampage through the village before throwing down with Guts. And that's just the beginning.
** Much later, a family of refugees are seen eating their youngest child alive.
* Havoc from ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'' was an uber-powerful contractor whose remuneration was drinking the blood of children. There's a ''reason'' she [[BroughtDownToNormal doesn't want her powers back]]. Worse, it's implied that it didn't actually have to be from children.
* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'':
** Played straight in the ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' OVA and manga, where one of Millennium's vampire soldiers is seen with a baby in his jaws.
** In the ''Anime/{{Hellsing}}'' television series, it appears as though Incognito enjoys stewed babies. Possibly; it is a little hard to tell what exactly he's eating there, but it sure ''looks'' like stewed babies.
** NOTE: Babies are only supposed to be lightly soft boiled in butter to be properly eaten.
* In the first part of ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'', a woman is seen eating her own baby after being turned into a vampire by Dio.
* ''Manga/GingaDensetsuWeed'' (manga only): Shogun is an AxCrazy gelada baboon who brutally abuses his fellow monkeys. But what really makes him creepy is how, when he's hungry, he'll snatch an infant monkey from its mother so he can eat it. He also likes drinks mixed with puppy blood and liquor.

* Performance artist Zhu Yu used a fetus taken from a medical school and took photos of himself cooking and eating it as a statement on cannibalism in an October 17, 2000 performance "Eating People" or "Man-Eater", part of the "Fuck Off" art exhibit in Shanghai. This lead to a hoax that restaurants in Taiwan were regularly serving cooked fetuses, or that fetuses were being sold and cooked in China, with the photos as evidence. Zhu Yu admitted it tasted bad and vomited several times.
* The statue in the photo is on the Kindlifresserbrunnen ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Kiddy Eater Fountain]]) in Bern, Switzerland. The fountain was built in the 16th century and the name has been commonplace since the 17th, but the exact origins of the image are unknown. It may be the Greek god Kronos, it may represent an antisemitic blood libel or it may simply be a bogeyman used to scare children.
* Creator/FranciscoDeGoya's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_Devouring_His_Son Saturn Devouring His Son]]. Brr. Creator/PeterPaulRubens [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_(Rubens) painted the same subject]].
* Antoine Wiertz's painting [[http://theautodidactintheattic.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Faim-la-folie-et-le-crime.jpg Hunger, Madness and Crime]] depicts a woman who has gone mad from hunger and has killed her child to put it in the cook-pot.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Creator/MarvelComics:
** A ''ComicBook/WhatIf'' (v2 #6, "What If... The Comicbook/XMen had lost Inferno?") had a demon-corrupted Wolverine get handed a squalling infant by N'astirh, followed by a claw-popping ''snikt!'' and a barely DiscretionShot of Wolverine bending over the child's body. Immensely disturbing.
** During the ''Comicbook/{{Inferno}}'' event in the main Franchise/MarvelUniverse, a few demons mention that "Nothing in Limbo [is] as good to eat as human babies," and come for the infants the ComicBook/NewMutants rescued earlier. The teens are able to drive them off. Whether or not the demons ate any other babies during the event (or even during Magik's tenure as ruler of Limbo) is thankfully left vague.
** ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}} eats any human he wants, when he feels like it, but he favors the flesh of young children. He was once depicted breaking into a daycare center to eat the children inside, doing so as casually as if he was getting some snackfood at a store.
** Eric Morrell had three kids before [[ComicBook/{{Carnage}} Cletus Kasady]] decided to crash at his house during the events of the ''Carnage USA'' story arc, and only two kids after.
* Villainess Baba Yaga from ''Comicbook/{{Fables}}'' mentions that she enjoys eating mundy (real world) babies.
* In the world of ''ComicBook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'', people eat [[ExtremeOmnivore anything]], and it's apparently legal to serve cloned human meat as long as it wasn't taken from anything with a brain. "Powdered Children" are available in grocery stores, and protagonist Spider Jerusalem enjoys them.
* [[Franchise/StarWars Dezono kriffing Qua]], ForTheEvulz.
* In ''ComicBook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', a young mother in one of the side-stories does this.
* In ''Comicbook/TheBoys'', the Homelander kept receiving photos depicting himself [[spoiler:actually his clone Black Noir dressed up as him]] eating babies, among other horrible things. It's one of the major reasons he finally snaps.

[[folder:Fairy Tales and Folklore]]
* In the early versions of "Literature/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs", Snow White is only seven years old when she surpasses the evil queen in beauty. The queen sends her into the woods with a huntsman; he has instructions to kill her and bring back her heart. He lets her go, kills a young deer and brings that heart back to the Queen, who then proceeds to ''eat it''.
* Literature/BabaYaga, as well as various other witches and monsters, are notorious baby (and child)-eaters.
* The anti-Semitic "Blood Libel" was a medieval claim that Jews ate babies every Passover (which is still revived today by some anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists).
** This was also rumored to be true of alleged devil-worshippers during the [[UsefulNotes/ConspiracyTheories Satanic-cult scare]] of the 1980s.
** As well as witches, if the ''Literature/MalleusMaleficarum'' is to be believed.
* The [[{{Kaiserreich}} Dastardly Hun]] of UsefulNotes/WorldWarI would eat Belgian babies, among many other nefarious atrocities. Or so Britain's PropagandaMachine claimed...
* This was the witch's plan for "Literature/HanselAndGretel".
* In "Literature/SunMoonAndTalia", an older variant of "Literature/SleepingBeauty", the prince actually rapes the princess while she's asleep, eventually impregnating her, and she wakes once she's given birth and one of the babies accidentally sucks the splinter of flax out of her finger. In the [[ValuesDissonance "happy"]] version, she winds up marrying the king after he first [[MurderTheHypotenuse executes]] his jealous wife(!); the ickier version has the princess, once she realizes what's been done to her, wind up so enraged she eats the babies. Even in the "happy" version, the jealous former queen attempted to coerce the cook into making the children into supper. In some versions she gives almost ''Series/{{Frasier}}''-like culinary instructions as to how she wants them cooked, to the point that it reads like a satire.
* The tribe of ogres featured in Madame d'Aulnoy's [[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/hopomythumb/stories/beeorangetree.html The Bee and the Orange Tree]] will ''eat their young'' if they do not sleep with their golden crowns. Aimée, the princess in the story, steals crowns from two young ogres to give to her and her prince--these two ogres end up getting eaten.
* In the Grimm fairy tale "The Evil Mother-in-Law", which is more or less identical to the second part of Perrault's "Sleeping Beauty", the eponymous mother-in-law attempts to eat the heroine's children.

* ''Literature/TheBible'' features this trope in 2 Kings Chapter 6. King Jehoram is sought out by a woman who out of desperation to survive a devastating famine cooked her baby and ate him alongside the woman she lived with. Said woman had promised that they would eat her baby the next day but later broke her promise and hid the baby which prompted the first woman to seek Jehoram's help.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* One notorious Chinese ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' yukkuri doujin has Yuyuko raising [[WaddlingHead yukkuris]] so she can eat their young as snacks.
* A logical nessesity for trolls in {{Fanfic/Hivefled}}, as grubs are born millions at a time and would consume all other resources on their planet if their numbers weren't reduced.
* Parodied in [[http://waitingforthet.tumblr.com/post/141537451448 this]] X-Men fancomic by ''waitingforthet''. Sabretooth threatens to eat Jubilee's adopted baby Shogo, but she just points out how over-the-top, cartoonishly evil that is.
-->'''Sabretooth:''' I am literally going to eat your baby.\\
'''Jubilee:''' And then you're gonna steal all of the colour from Rainbow Valley and teach kids that smoking will make them popular.

* FatBastard from the ''Film/AustinPowers'' movies.
-->''[[MemeticMutation I ATE A BABEH]]! OH AYE, BABEH, THE OTHER ''OTHER'' WHITE MEAT!''
** FB also trys to eat [=MiniMe=] because he looks like a baby, and a deleted scene shows him reading a book titled ''1001 Ways to Eat Baby''.
* In ''Film/MuppetTreasureIsland'', one of the pirates is called "Big Fat Ugly Bug-Faced Baby-Eating O'Brien." (Who's actually an extremely attractive woman with an unbelievably deep voice, a la [[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers Dr. Girlfriend]].)
* ''Film/{{Haxan}}'': given that the movie is essentially a dramatization of the ''Literature/MalleusMaleficarum'', yes we do see baby eating. Quite a shock tactic for a film made in 1922.
* In the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' parody ''AudioPlay/WizardPeopleDearReader'', Val-mart tries to convince Harry that Dumbledore eats babies.
* In ''Film/PansLabyrinth'', art on the wall of the Pale Man's lair depicts him eating children.
* ''Film/SleeplessNights'' features people who ''drink'' babies. The evil vampires in it have a baby in a refrigerator from which they extract blood.
* ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'' depicts Creator/MichaelMoore telling a person to say this for his DocumentaryOfLies.
* While not used in the film, there a photo of a scene from ''Film/CountYorga'' depicting [[http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/s56/Retro7/19643eb0.jpg one of his vampire brides eating a baby.]]
* ''Film/TheAnthropophagusBeast'', ''Cannibal Campout'', ''Slow Torture Puke Chamber'' and ''Automaton Transfusion'' all have scenes where fetuses [[TraumaticCSection are ripped out]] and eaten.
* In "Dotor Jekyll e Gentile Signora" the titular character fancies about a child in his oven, as he waits for his butler to serve him supper.
* In ''Film/{{Legend 1985}}'', Blunder contemplates eating a human baby in its crib. This oddly horrifies his fellow goblin, Pox.
-->'''Blunder''': I simply adore milk-fed meat!\\
'''Pox''': What are ya, some kind of animal?
* Combined with NoPartyLikeADonnerParty and played for drama in ''Film/{{Snowpiercer}}''.
-->'''[[spoiler: Curtis]]''': [[TheAtoner You know what I hate about myself?]] I know what people taste like. I know babies taste the best.
* Taken UpToEleven in the ''Dumplings'' segment of ''Film/ThreeExtremes''. [[IAteWhat The secret ingredient]] in the eponymous food items that help to rejuvenate the eater's youthful appearance is [[spoiler:chopped up aborted fetuses]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'', a couple of baby carrots try to run away from being killed by Camille, but they fail, and she starts eating them. All of the other foods are horrified upon seeing this, Carl in particular:
-->'''Carl:''' They're eating children! '''''FUCKING CHILDREN!!'''''
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheHauntedWorldOfElSuperbeasto'', one of the first things Dr. Satan does in his rampage after gaining his desired demonic form is break into a delivery room and devour a newborn baby, sucking up the umbilical cord like a piece of spaghetti.

* W.C. Fields, staying in ChildHater character, asked how he liked children, replied "Parboiled!"

* In ''Literature/{{Masques}}'', shapechanger Aralorn finds a book that claims that "shapechangers eat babies". She points out that, even ''if'' she ate humans, she'd not waste her time with babies, but would go after adults who write crappy books. One of her preferred forms is a mouse, but such is not mentioned in the book, presumably because "mice can't eat babies".
* In the ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' novel, it's implied that Dracula's brides ate a baby: they're after Jonathan's blood, but Dracula tells them to leave him alone because he's still needed for the big real estate deal. One of them whines, "Are we to have nothing tonight?" and they are subsequently contented with a small, writhing bag. A peasant woman arrives at the castle gates later, screaming for him to return her child.
* In ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' it is implied that Gollum snuck into houses to eat babies.
* The villains in the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''St. Anthony's Fire''. One of them offers the Doctor a candied baby cheek, which he politely declines.
* ''Literature/AModestProposal'' by Creator/JonathanSwift [[PlayedForLaughs plays this trope for laughs]], advocating baby-eating and using it as satire to illustrate the cruel treatment of the Irish by their English landlords. Unfortunately, [[PoesLaw people didn't get that it was a joke]].
* All the giants in ''Literature/TheBFG'' except the Big Friendly Giant eat children.
* In one of the earlier ''Literature/AnitaBlake'' novels, the titular heroine is chasing a zombie through a hospital only to catch up to it in the maternity ward.
* Horrifyingly addressed in Creator/CormacMcCarthy's ''Literature/TheRoad'', where food is so scarce after the collapse of civilization and the ecosystem that people have turned to cannibalism.
* Subverted in ''[[Literature/BooksOfBayern River Secrets]]'', by Creator/ShannonHale. When Razo (from Bayern) and Dasha (from Tira) meet after the war, they compare the ridiculous propaganda that their countries have spread against each other, including accusations of "You eat babies" from both sides. In reality, no one in Bayern or Tira is known to have a habit of eating babies any more than they have horns and tails.
* Creator/OrsonScottCard's fantasy novel ''Literature/{{Enchantment}}'', based loosely on the Russian version of ''Sleeping Beauty'' among other fairy tales, plays with and subverts this trope somewhat with Baba Yaga by indicating that while she never actually had eaten a baby, hearing about this in the many slanderous rumors about her made her want to try one "just to see what all the fuss was about."
* Creator/ShelSilverstein's poem [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Someone Ate the Baby"]] is about this. (The last line reveals that it was the narrator.)
* ''Literature/TheFullerMemorandum'' has Bob giving a long internal monologue about the enduring nature of the Blood Libel - how every culture seems to have some outlying group that it defames with rumors of how they're so evil, they're willing to kill babies to provide blood for their holy rituals. Bob finally realizes to his horror that this legend has a basis in fact when [[spoiler: the Brotherhood of the Black Pharaoh, who currently have him captive, slaughter a newborn to start the ritual to bind an EldritchAbomination]].
* In ''Literature/DreamsOfJoy'', Joy catches her husband Tao waiting for their baby to die so he and his family can eat her. Probably one of the more justifiable examples of this because they are living on a commune in China during the Great Leap Forward. TruthInTelevision as well.
* Justified and deconstructed in Marti Steussy's ''Forest of the Night''. [[spoiler:Tree Walker didn't want ''scavengers'' eating her dead son, after all; that would be an insult to his memory (and possibly give said scavengers a ''taste'' for Lodgeless babies). And [[IntelligentGerbil her species]] wasn't portrayed as evil, just [[BlueAndOrangeMorality very alien]] (although she was able to accept cremation as an equally valid death rite).]]
* Donald Kingsbury's novel ''Literature/CourtshipRite'' features the ''extremely'' rare non-evil, non-comedy version. Well, somewhat non-evil. Cycles of famine for a LostColony on a harsh planet has made [[ImAHumanitarian cannibalism]] necessary and socially accepted, and baby-eating has become morally ambiguous. The two main clans known for eating babies during non-famine years (out-of-season, as it were) are the protagonists' clan, the Kaiel, who ruthlessly cull their own mass-produced DesignerBabies, a practice most Getans find gauche at best, and the Mnankrei, sea-raiders who prey on coastal villages, and are generally disliked by everyone.
* Discussed in the Literature/LandOfOz, where the Hungry Tiger is always hungry because what he wants to eat is fat babies, but his conscience won't let him.
* Invoked as the most common justification of FantasticRacism against [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent goblins]] in the Literature/{{Discworld}} novel ''Discworld/{{Snuff}}''. As it turns out it is true after a fashion; if food is so scarce that both mother and child would starve to death, the mother will indeed eat her baby, but she will also make a literal SoulJar for her child's spirit in hope that she will be able to birth it again in a better time.
* The titular, demonic VillainProtagonist from Creator/CliveBarker's ''Literature/MisterBGone'' [[BloodBath bathes in a tub full of blood]] from dead babies. He complains of how difficult it is to keep them alive long enough so the bath would be warm when he empties their blood into the tub.
* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' novel ''Death Masks'', Duke Paulo Ortega of the Red Court tries to paint himself as a WorthyOpponent but fails when [[WouldntHurtAChild Harry]] makes him admit that he also drinks the blood of children and infants if needed.
* Creator/MaryGentle's ''Literature/{{Grunts}}!'': The Orcs who're the novel's protagonists certainly don't baulk at eating children. Even the ostensibly good Will and Ned Brandiman will chew on their corpses after [[WouldHurtAChild murdering them]] to make it look like orcs did it.
* ''Literature/TheChangeover'': The villain, Carmody Braque, although his methods are a little less literal than the other examples on this page, being an [[LifeDrinker energy vampire]].
* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', Daernarys Targaryen is shaken when a farmer shows her [[spoiler:the charred bones of his daughter, and claims that Drogon roasted and devoured her. This makes her see that the dragons aren't her sweet little babies, they are dangerous powerful beasts that need to be tamed]].
* The Tendu of ''Literature/TheColorOfDistance'' have a [[BizarreAlienReproduction life cycle]] where the first two stages aren't sentient and are far more numerous than the sentient population. Ever since a long-distant disastrous population boom Tendu have eaten their own and one another's fertilized eggs and tadpoles, until the tadpoles grow forelegs. A human living among them is ''horrified'', especially thinking back to when she's eaten eggs and tadpole flesh, and later it's a concern when Tendu come to Earth. However, they're intelligent people who adjust to the idea of one big helpless offspring at a time quickly, and when it's brought up they are shocked and offended by the notion of eating human babies.
* The light novel for [[Franchise/EvilliousChronicles Evil Food Eater Conchita]], the titular VillainousGlutton attempts to eat her own baby. This example is ultimately subverted, however--turns out she wasn't [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes quite that evil.]]
* Just in case you had any sympathy left for the Grol (orc-werewolves) of ''Literature/TheBloodWarTrilogy'', their leader assembles the babies of a town for his supper.
* In ''Literature/SpaceMarineBattles'' novel ''Malodrax'', the cursed daemon known as brood mother eats her own offspring right after they're born. Not all of them, though, as [[ZergRush Lysander finds out soon after learning that fact]].
* Auntie the Snowy Owl from ''Literature/GuardiansOfGaHoole'' pretends to be a caring nurse maid in ''The Capture''. But ''The Siege'' reveals that she actually eats eggs and hatchlings in the eggorium (a hatchery).
* In Chapter 28 of the ''Literature/HorusHeresy'' novel "Angels of Caliban," the Night Haunter claims that he likes children because "they're tasty." Considering [[FauxAffablyEvil his attitude]], it's unclear if he's joking.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* The Baby-Eating Bishop of Bath and Wells from ''Series/{{Blackadder}}''. And during the Regency Era: "People are worked up, sir, because they are so poor that they are forced to have children as a cheap alternative to turkey at Christmas."
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'':
** Jordan had claimed that sex was only for revenge and making babies. Elliot immediately responded that Dr. Cox would hardly find sex a revenge and it couldn't be for making babies 'cause Jordan would just eat them anyway. (This is before Jordan had Jack or Jennifer).
** In a fairy tale episode, there is a rumor that the giant (played by the Janitor) eats babies. According to him, this is untrue; he eats toddlers.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' had an... interesting relationship with this trope:
** Played straight with Angelus and, later, Lurconis.
** PlayedForLaughs with Olaf the [[AllTrollsareDifferent Troll]].
* One demon in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' was said to eat babies. At one point, his monologue about how much he enjoyed it was used as a counterpoint to a horribly slanderous speech by one of Gunn's former crew.
** In early season 5, we are introduced to Grox'lar beasts, who only eat the babies' ''heads''.
* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', the Doctor's companion Leela came from a planet where he had become their Devil figure (ShroudedInMyth) and was reputed to eat babies, as a consequence of his fondness for jellybabies. In ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E4TheFaceOfEvil The Face of Evil]]'', Leela was appropriately horrified when he offered her one of the sweets. There's also the two lines that hilariously spoofed the trope...
--> '''The Doctor:''' [[CatchPhrase Would you like a jelly baby?]]
--> '''Leela:''' It's true, then. They say the Evil One eats babies.
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'':
** Lilith apparently ate babies - according to her helper demon who was trying to get babies out of the maternity ward for her in the season four finale.
** Demon king Crowley offers the Leviathan leader Dick Roman a bag of baby uvulas to smooth over the alliance he wants to make between their armies. Dick declines, but not on moral grounds -- he just considers Crowley a pest to be exterminated. Crowley lets him keep the present.
** The demon Abaddon threatens to take over Dean's body and make him kill children and eat infants.
* It's mentioned briefly in the ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "Lucky" that the [=UnSub=] was institutionalized at the age of seven, after he tried eating his baby sister.
* The plot of episode two of ''Series/{{Mongrels}}'' involves psychotic fox Vince eating a litter of baby foxes because he was hungry and it was either them or a pot of rhubarb yogurt. PlayedForLaughs obviously.
* Multiple vampires in ''Series/TrueBlood'' mention that they find infants to be especially delicious.
* House of Cthon head Charlotte in ''Series/{{Blade}}'' is shown partaking in baby-eating in the episode "Sacrifice". "You're so cute. I could just eat you up, yes I could." To the baby handed to her in a duffel bag by a minion. Thankfully, the scene cuts away before we actually see her doing it.
* In ''Series/IClaudius'' [[CrossesTheLineTwice Caligula chains up his sister, Drusilla, during a sex game, cuts out the foetus (of which he is the father) and eats it. Claudius hears screaming, knocks on the door and is met by a terrified Caligula in a bloodsoaked fake Zeus beard who tells him...]]
-->'''Caligula''': Don't go in that room...
* After getting hooked on steroids to win a boxing match in an episode of ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'', Dee threatens to eat her opponent's babies... [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch bitch]].

* The Life For Me by Adam, and Andrew.
* Shoeless Joe Jackson in Music/JonathanCoulton's song ''Kenesaw Mountain Landis'':
-->''He weren't the nicest fellow and he had a couple problems\\
Cause he drank a lot and he beat his wife and he always acted rude\\
He killed and ate some babies and he copped an attitude''
* Played straight with GWAR.
* What is implied on the original cover art of Music/TheBeatles' ''Yesterday and Today'' album.
* The video for the gag song "Rats On A Budget", a fake commercial for an all-rodent-menu fast food joint, includes a clip of the singer putting a live, hairless baby rat into her mouth.
* Music/BrothaLynchHung. Example: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVpv2apwLcI "Return of the Baby Killa."]]
* Music/{{Necro}}: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2q8WPfjG_0 "They're eating babies in China."]]

[[folder:Myth And Legend]]
* In [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Greek Mythology]], Cronus (Kronos) does eat his offspring, since it was been prophesied that one of his own children will displace him. Rhea tricks him into swallowing a stone instead of Zeus and the prophecy comes true: Zeus (in disguise) and Rhea give Kronos some magically-drugged wine, which causes him to vomit up Hestia, Poseidon, Hera, Hades, and Demeter who help him overthrow Kronos and the other Titans. In Roman mythology, the story is the same; only the names change: Cronus becomes Saturn, Rhea is Cybele, and Zeus is Jupiter. The baby-eating itself has been the subject of paintings by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Rubens_saturn.jpg Rubens]] and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Saturno_devorando_a_sus_hijos.jpg Goya.]]

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/KoboldsAteMyBaby'' is a game where a kobold tribe has sent its youngest, most pathetic members off to either get dinner for tomorrow's big feast or ''be'' dinner for tomorrow's big feast. The only thing tastier than another kobold is a baby. Eating a baby restores your health, as does eating another player. Babies can suffer SpontaneousHumanCombustion. There is a random chart of horrible baby deaths. There's several pages of Random Horrible Kobold Death Charts. It's a pastiche of every FRPG ever, a parody of low-level ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', and a whole lot of BlackComedy.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'':
** [[AxCrazy Raksi]] is this as well, though her main hat is being a ChildEater. She also requires this of her minions, so anyone thinking to infiltrate Sperimin for their own purposes had better have a strong stomach...
** From ''Dreams Of The First Age'', a Fair Folk noble has a human baby served on a dinner plate. She's also wearing a dress made of severed hands, and her guests are chained to their chairs.
*** Not that she needs to (they [[EmotionEater eat souls]]), but they do things because, well, ItAmusedMe meets ItsAllAboutMe.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', [[CrapsackWorld naturally]]. Although Dark Eldar generally avoid it (as babies make terrible torture victims) Chaos knows that the effectiveness of sacrifices are proportional to the innocence of the victims. And ''[[MadnessMantra KHORNE CARES NOT FROM WHOM THE BLOOD FLOWS, ONLY THAT IT DOES]]''. Although [[WarGod Khorne]] generally prefers that you kill something that has a ''chance'' of fighting back. He appreciates any bloodflow, but don't try to ''impress'' him with the infant skulls. He's put guy's heads on his own throne for making that mistake.
* ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'', in the revised tribebook for the Get of Fenris. After the tribe becomes conflated with the Nazis by other werewolves (due to such factors as a power center in Germany, a tribal symbol that looks rather like a swastika, and some actual collaborators), an indignant Get gives a speech including the line "You name us as eaters of babes."
* In the ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' setting, hags steal human babies to eat, and also consume any male babies they give birth to. If a hag gives birth to a daughter, the infant will be safe from her mom's appetite, but not from other hags', grandmother or aunts included.
** This has been/become general traits of hags in all other TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons settings, even TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}
** The description of Tepestani goblins in one of the {{Ravenloft}} Gazetteers mentions that they very much enjoy eating both human ''[[MonstrousCannibalism and goblin]]'' babies. This could be because the darklords who dominate Tepest are a trio of hags.
* In ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Cabal'', there's a sample immortality ritual that requires the user to eat a royal infant every year. For various reasons (such as the [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking milky aftertaste]]), the example character is still searching for a better method of living forever.
* In the TCG ''TabletopGame/TheSpoils'', the card "Smear Campaign" portrays a (literal) fatcat senator frantically ripping down pictures of him about to chow down on a human infant, some of which are captioned "BABY EATER!"
* Desdemona Deathangel from the 2056 juncture in ''TabletopGame/FengShui'' is an abomination (a supernatural creature modified with arcanowave technology) disguised as a drop-dead-gorgeous woman, and the public at large adores her. However, the CDCA has some nasty little secrets about her that they'd like to keep hidden, such as the fact that [[DeathBySex she kills virtually any man she sleeps with]], or that she likes to eat people, especially babies, which are her favorite.
* A ''Magazine/{{Dragon}}'' article used this scenario as an example of a sort of WHAMLine to introduce the fact that you're working for a secretly DeadlyDecadentCourt: you've accomplished the task set out before you, driving away brigands or retrieving a lost heirloom or whatnot, and are invited to a feast by the local baroness. It's a night of extravagance and merriment, then the main course is served, a barbequed [[HalfHumanHybrid dragonborn]] infant. Which she and the court [[WickedCultured carve, serve, and daintily consume like it was a Thanksgiving turkey]]. Suggested bonus points go to any party members that join in, [[RefugeInAudacity especially if there's a dragonborn in your party]]!
* The ''TabletopGame/{{In Nomine}}'' supplement 'Superiors 2' includes a demon who is said to love kids so much that she tries her best to 'only' eat one a year. Naturally, she serves the Demon Prince of Gluttony.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''Videogame/TeamFortress2'': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YWPwpEwxq Some enterprising gamer skinned the Heavy's Sandvich to look like a baby.]] 8 (A baby '''doll''' ripped from ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'', to be exact.)
* ''VideoGame/{{inFAMOUS 2}}'': When Cole first meets LaResistance in New Marais, one of them mentions he heard rumors that Cole eats babies.
* ''VideoGame/RomancingSaGa3'': The game's EldritchAbomination the Death Eclipse shows up to consume all newborn life on the planet every 300 years when the stars are right. The rare survivor tends to grow up into some kind of [[TheChosenOne chosen one]] for good or ill.
* To prove just how far off the deep end [[spoiler:Adell]] goes in the BadEnd of ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 2|CursedMemories}}'', one of the very first things he does as [[spoiler:the new incarnation of Overlord Zenon]] is kill and eat [[spoiler:his little siblings. Complete with actual eating sounds. Thankfully, it is all offscreen]].
* In ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'', [[spoiler:baby eats you]]. That said, Arioch is a ChildEater.
* ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'' has several examples:
** According to Mad Moxxi, Motor Momma eats ''her own children''.
** One of Krieg's quotes on finding rare items: "I like my treasure like I like my baby steaks: rare!"
** Tiny Tina jokingly threatens to eat the player's (non-existent) babies in one of her mission briefings.
** Handsome Jack believes both Bandits and the Vault Hunters do this on a regular basis, as shown in one of the ECHO logs located in Opportunity and the "Statuesque" side mission.
-->'''Handsome Jack (to Vault Hunters)''': Oh come ON! What's wrong with that statue? I'm holding the Vault Key and a BABY. You know what babies are, right? Those little soft pink things your kind eats after you're done rolling around in your own feces? Ring a bell?
* ''VideoGame/{{Prototype}}'' features, in one of the Web of Intrigue sequences, [[spoiler:babies cannibalizing other babies]].
* For ''VideoGame/TheSims2'', there's the [[http://www.modthesims.info/download.php?t=316764 Babbyque.]]
* Online forum-based game ''VideoGame/CyberNations'' has one faction, for years the dominant one, start mocking its critics and announcing that ''they'' ate babies.
* The Black Ninjas from ''VideoGame/DestroyAllHumans 2!'', being {{Card Carrying Villain}}s, boast, "We do not eat kittens. We eat babies!"
* In the ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption'' DLC Undead Nightmare, There is a sidequest involving Sasquatches who are said to eat babies. [[spoiler:They don't and are creatures which try to be harmless, [[YouBastard which you don't realize until after you kill all but one of them.]]]]
* In ''VisualNovel/KaraNoShoujo'' Rokushiki didn't actually eat the aborted fetus himself. Oh no. He tricked the mother into eating it out of a twisted sense of justice.
* The [[EldritchAbomination Great Dreamer]] in ''VideoGame/XComTerrorFromTheDeep'' feeds on Human/Alien hybrid fetuses. In order to kill it, you have to kill the fetuses, thereby cutting it off from its source of power.
* One of the things that was cut from ''VideoGame/IHaveNoMouthAndIMustScream'' was giving Benny the option to try and satiate his intense hunger by eating babies out of her cribs.
* ''VideoGame/ScarfaceTheWorldIsYours'': When they meet in the final mission, Tony asks Gaspar how many babies he's eaten today.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':
** Parodied with the Monster In The Dark; he mentions that [[BigBad Xykon]] tries to feed him babies, but he finds the idea creepy, so it "just moves them around on my plate then throws them in the trash." The strip is [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0549.html here]] (don't worry, the kid survives).
--->'''Kid in Trash Can''': Hello? Mommy?
** It was implied in a much earlier strip in which Xykon promises to get the Monster a [[MadeFromRealGirlScouts "Kids Meal"]] from a nearby village. It's entirely likely that the later strip was written partly to reassure the audience that he [[MinionWithAnFInEvil didn't actually eat them]].
** In the ''Snips, Snails and Dragon Tails'' bonus strips, the vampiric, half-dragon, half-troll, lycanthropic, phrenic snail comments that you can't force a dominated character to act against its nature, like forcing a paladin to eat babies, or forcing a blackguard to eat babies without mustard.
* ''BackwardsCompatible'': [[http://www.crispygamer.com/comics/backward/Backward-2009-01-19.aspx Nom!]]
* Richard from ''Webcomic/LookingForGroup'' is a baby-eater, which is not surprising since he's doubly evil being an undead warlock. This is played for laughs though, including the time he referred to a nursery as a "buffet". [[http://www.lfgcomic.com/page/97 It cannot be described with mere words.]]
* [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Unity]] from ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'' [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/shaenongarrity/skinhorse/series.php?view=archive&chapter=33572#strip6 here:]]
-->'''Unity:''' Y'all ''tried'' eating unoiled babies?
* [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Sebastien]] from ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'' takes his cruel cuisine seriously.
-->'''Sebastien:''' We feed the cow with nothing but cream cheese, sour cream, heavy whipping cream, and rich creamery fresh butter. Then we feed the steaks to 14 month old babies... and a day later drink the baby's blood. It is so decadent. ({{Beat}}) The babies ''hate'' the steaks.
* During his HostileShowTakeover of ''Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily'', Waluigi [[http://brawlinthefamily.com/images/W010.jpg got to indulge himself]].
* Zexion and Axel forced Sora into the 'Spock diet' in ''Webcomic/AnsemRetort'', which consisted entirely out of dead babies.
-->'''Zexion:''' Hey! They were alive when we killed them!\\
'''Axel:''' You will drink the baby smoothie! Do you have any idea how hard it is to fit them inside a blender?
** They've upgraded to fetuses: specifically, the aborted fetus of Axel and Aerith.
-->'''Zexion:''' You're not leaving until you finish it, you know.\\
'''Axel:''' EAT MY ABORTION!
* In Episode two of ''Webcomic/AModestDestiny'' the Vampire Lord Fluffy invites the Crimson Blade to dinner. "No way! I'm not eating with you! You'll feed me babies or something." "Don't be silly. (Babies were last night.)"
* ''Webcomic/ExterminatusNow'' once had Lothar waking out of a drunken stupor, yelling "YOU CAN'T PROVE I ATE THAT BABY!"
* WebComic/AxeCop and his mother [[http://axecop.com/index.php/acask/read/ask_axe_cop_33/ ate babies]]. Supposedly, however, these were [[http://axecop.com/index.php/acblog/read/happy_mothers_day/ food babies]], not normal babies, although the six-year-old author declined to clarify this point. (At ''a restaurant'', no less, implying that's actually ''normal'' in the ''Axe Cop'' universe.)
** Apparently it is normal in the Axe Cop universe; [[http://axecop.com/comic/episode-34/ Episode 34]] has a supermarket selling 'Baby Cheese. Made with real babies.'
* In ''Webcomic/{{Girly}}'' [[http://girlyyy.com/go/761 #761...]]
-->'''Otra:''' Way to go, Winter! No one eats babies like you!
* ''Webcomic/FreakAngels'' A nasty occurrence in the backstory ([[http://www.freakangels.com/?p=99&page=2 Panel 1]]) of a CrapsackWorld.
* One ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' comic series featured a troll nicknamed "Baby-Eater". He was rather irate about this, insisting [[NeverLiveItDown it was only one time and on a dare.]]
* A ''Webcomic/DoesNotPlayWellWithOthers'' strip had [[http://www.doesnotplaywellwithothers.com/comics/pwc-0133 Mrs. Agnieszka,]] a Literature/BabaYaga who misunderstood Hallowe'en as children being "offered" to her. To make amends, she served pies. [[ToServeMan Unfortunately, she was rather senile]], creating more problems...
* ''ComicStrip/WhatsNewWithPhilAndDixie'' [[http://web.archive.org/web/20150428205710/http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20090208 shows a "badass villain"]] while speculating on what the ''Fortress'' storyline may be.
* In ''Webcomic/MenInHats'', Aram seems disappointed that a sandwich he's eating lacks [[http://www.meninhats.com/d/20040428.html "a few slices of baby flesh."]]
* PlayedForLaughs in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''. To whit, uu tries to set up a SadisticChoice for Dirk forcing him to draw weird porn for him, which Dirk [[QuickDrawDecision agrees to instantly]]. However, uu's kinks turn out to be [[YourNormalIsOurTaboo normal]] and vanilla examples of romantic affection like staring longingly or getting married. Right up until the end, anyway, when uu suddenly asks Dirk to draw Jake eating his and Roxy's own baby and Dirk [[CrowningMomentOfFunny does so without question.]] Roxy even makes the image her phone's wallpaper.
** Implied to be widespread in troll society, based on the existence of grub sauce and grub loaf. Newborn trolls are basically grubs (although they're usually referred to as wigglers), and grub sauce and grub loaf are food products which are made from some form of grub.
* Nini from ''Webcomic/ManalaNextDoor''. Justified in that [[CuteMonsterGirl she's a]] {{Kappa}}.
* Done in ''Webcomic/BrunoTheBandit'' by the main villain of the ''Good Guy'' storyarc, a parody of the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series. The villain himself, a parody of Darken Raal, is seen munching on a baby leg during a televised interview where he's explaining how not evil he is. Another character tries to defend this by saying that its a baby from the overlords own realm so its not as evil.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* In ''WebAnimation/RetardedAnimalBabies'' 4, you can tune the TV to channel 666, where Satan repeatedly eats children.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* NicePeter: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nd2rBWbvDbA Nom, nom, nom, nom, nom, nom, Babies!]]
* In ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'' commercial special "Battle of the Commercials", The Critic is freaked out by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erh2ngRZxs0 the infamous Little Baby's Ice Cream commercial.]] He replays it again but cuts out the mentioning of ice cream.
-->'''Narrator:''' I eat little babies. It keeps me young. It keeps me light on my feet. When you eat little babies, you'll wink and nod. This is a special time. Little babies is a feeling.
-->'''NC:''' [[Film/SoylentGreen LITTLE BABY'S ICE CREAM IS PEOPLE!!!!!!]]
* According to ''Website/TheOnion'', the unemployed [[EvilChancellor Karl Rove]] [[https://www.theonion.com/unemployed-karl-rove-forced-to-live-on-canned-babies-1819581723 eats canned babies.]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F40LRG9wDWY A parody video]] in response to the National Organization of Marriage's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AzLrn5JVIo "Gathering Storm" ad]] has the following dialogue midway through, after some more typical complaints that same-sex couples threaten marriage or could turn others gay:
-->'''Woman 1:''' They are shapeshifters.
-->'''Man 1:''' They want to end baseball.
-->'''Woman 2:''' They're going to turn tampons into rocket ships.
-->'''Man 1:''' They're going to '''''eat baby Jesus...'''''
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDWMIwjfTHk This (NSFW)]] episode of ''WebAnimation/RatsOnCocaine''.
* [[AxCrazy Dilandau]] in ''WebVideo/VisionOfEscaflowneAbridged'', referred to as a "Dilandau Snack".
* Played for DeliberateValuesDissonance in ''Literature/ThreeWorldsCollide'', to highlight the potential challenges of encountering StarfishAliens with BlueAndOrangeMorality.
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick was rather creeped out by the Witches in ''Film/HocusPocus'':
-->'''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick''': Please don't refer to the child as an ''hors d'oeuvre'', I'm pretty sure that's illegal in most states.
* Wiki/{{SCP|Foundation}}-352, aka "Baba Yaga". Quite a few other SCP objects also eat babies. Enough so that there's a [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/the-foundation-eats-babies tale with the actual title "The Foundation Eats Babies"]] centered around the Foundation's Ethics committee debating whether to use an SCP object that generates otherwise perfectly normal babies through a rather ghastly means to produce the necessary sacrifices. Some of the committee members balk in disgust, but reluctantly concede that it's relatively more moral and more efficient than outright abducting babies.
* [[http://fstdt.com/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=73072 Dan from Debunking Atheism]] compares Atheism with eating babies.
* In episode 14 of ''WebVideo/CodeMENT'':
-->'''Lelouch''': My VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}} died from eating its own babies. THAT'S NOT FOOD, TAMAGOTCHI! THAT'S JUST NOT FOOD!
* In the Blog/DasSporking review of ''Breaking Dawn'', Mervin points out that this is essential what the practice of creating the Immortal Children entailed: since vampires couldn't voluntarily stop drinking blood until they were full, [[FridgeHorror the vampires who made Immortal Children must have kidnapped and killed untold numbers of children before managing to stop draining the blood of one]].
--> '''Mervin:''' These vampires were EATING. BABIES. It’s ''canon'' — vampires have a lot of trouble making new ones, so more than likely, several babies had to die just so they could get the one they wanted. Because remember, a human adult has eight pints—a baby has nothing. By the time they got control, they probably would’ve drained it dry. And to make it even creepier, that is assuming that the vampire in question did their best to take the edge off of their appetite before they tried to do that. If they didn’t? More than likely they went through maybe a DOZEN OR MORE before they finally got it right, because as I said, they can eat up to ten adults at one sitting before they can finally just quit and move on [...] This is not some over-the-top description on my part, guys! When I say this, this is not like how you demonize a hammy villain, you know, like me laughing it up that the Volturi must eat babies and kick puppies and steal from the poor and tie fair maidens to railroad tracks. No, these vampires were LITERALLY ''eating babies''! Babies! Dozens of them! These ''things'' probably ate dozens if not ''hundreds'' of babies over their reign of terror! Forget the immortal children and how they have a high death toll, at least they aren’t consciously ''eating babies'', just because they want a child and will do anything they can to get it!
* "HE ATE A BABY" has become a standard response to [[DracoInLeatherPants HABIT fangirls]] in ''WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID'' fandom.
* In [[http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/24325576/ this]] ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'' Storytime, Mrs. Johnson hires the runners to rescue her kidnapped children. She was actually a nightmare who consumed the kids' essence and Knight Errant "hires" the team in turn to permanently destroy her.
* In episode 43 of ''WebVideo/DragonballZAbridged'', Cell coughs up a baby's pacifier. It should be pretty obvious what happened to the baby...
* The [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Armada_Volume_1 first pack-in minicomic]] that appeared with many early ''WesternAnimation/TransformersArmada'' toys was widely considered underwhelming at best, and otherwise would've been forgotten by the fandom at large...if not for the [[http://www.marshmallowsupernova.com/2008/10/armada-real-story_26.html work]] of a certain fan who turned it into a RemixComic (which later became an AscendedMeme, [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/JaAm horrifyingly enough,]] re-imagining the cast as buffoonish ignoramuses and turning Hot Shot in particular into a deranged, WordSalad-spewing CloudCuckoolander. At one point, Hot Shot threatens to eat Jolt's babies, despite that not being even ''remotely'' close to how Cybertronians reproduce.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* In ''Soviet Toys'', the first animated short produced by the Soviet Union as a propaganda tool, "the Capitalist," who is the villain of the piece, is shown at one point feasting on a small pig that is drawn to look like a baby. At the time, it was actually fairly common for Soviet mothers to tell their children bedtime stories about capitalists eating babies.
** Conversely, capitalists (at least Brazilian ones) often said, and still say, that communists eat little children.
* One episode of ''{{WesternAnimation/Metalocalypse}}'' featured a "cannibalistic baby murderer" who has killed and eaten over 200 infants and toddlers. The episode ends half a second before he skewers a baby with a giant fork. Ironically, even [[EvenEvilHasStandards he's]] [[{{Hypocrite}} appalled]] by Dethklok.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' skit "Preciouszilla" the title character is apparently questioned by a social service and reveals this secret... [[MakeMyMonsterGrow among other things]].
-->'''Unnamed Social Worker''': What happened to yo baby Precious?\\
'''Precious''': I ATE MY BABY. [[UnstoppableRage I ATE ALL MY BABIES!]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'', Megatron has become such a bogeyman figure that he is said to eat protoforms - Transformer babies - by young Autobots. (He's actually more AffablyEvil than that, though dangerous enough that they're right to say OhCrap when he shows up.)
* In ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', when running against Lois in an election, Peter declares that she eats babies during a debate.
* A similar claim forms one of [=JFK's=] campaign ads against Abe Lincoln when they're running for class president in ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh''.
* The Planet Express crew of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' become very wealthy after finding and selling what turns out to be edible alien babies. Leela is horrified when she discovers this.
** Then there was the time Dr. Zoidberg asked a hot dog vendor for "...one of [his] young on a roll". The vendor's response? "We're out of rolls."
* Sparks makes reference to ''A Modest Proposal'' in ''WesternAnimation/Sealab2021''. He does it mainly to freak Debbie out.
-->''"[[{{Dissimile}} Like veal. Only babies.]]"''
* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', Christopher Reeve eats fetuses for their stem cells so that he can walk again. Then he continues eating them until they give him superpowers. Yeah...it's ''[[BlackComedy that]]'' kind of show.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheDrinkyCrowShow'', Drinky Crow and Phoebe Bird are going to have babies, but Drinky Crow cooks the eggs into an omelet at the Baby Shower and feeds them to Phoebe, much to her embarrassment.
* In the episode of ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' when Ben first gains his Rath alien form, he, Gwen and Kevin had to deliver a cute baby alien prince to another alien world's leader as a peace treaty. However, it turns out that the baby prince was meant to be ''eaten'' by the leader...which he is. To quote Rath [[PreAssKickingOneLiner before the ass-kicking]], "Eating... BABIES... ''[[AndThatsTerrible IS NOT]]''... '''''[[AndThatsTerrible COOL!!!!]]'''''"
** By ''[[WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse Omniverse]]'' an artificial version of said species's babies has become a very popular ice cream--even Ben and Rook love it!
* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'':
** In "Bewitched Bunny", Bugs finds himself in the Literature/HanselAndGretel story - Witch Hazel is seen reading a cookbook with recipes like "Waif Waffles" and "Smorgas Boy".
** In "A Mouse Divided", Sylvester and his wife, due to a mixup by the stork, become parents to a baby mouse. Sylvester's reaction to his new son: "Cute? He's ''delicious!''" Ultimately averted, though-- just as he's about to successfully have a baby mouse sandwich, the kid calls him "Daddy" and awakens his parental instincts. He spends the rest of the cartoon [[PapaWolf defending his son from other cats.]]
* Babies are just one of the many unwholesome things demons will eat on ''WesternAnimation/UglyAmericans''.
* The [[spoiler: punchline]] of Don Hertzfelt's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXBV-Ifscn0 Wisdom Teeth]].
* According to a history book written by Stan Smith of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', former president Jimmy Carter kidnapped and devoured twelve Christian babies.
* In ''WesternAnimation/DanVs.'', Dan threatens to devour the children of his latest target. Chris tells him it's disgusting, and impractical.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'' has the wolf and ''WesternAnimation/RugratsGoWild'' has Siri the leopard.
* In ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', Jake's favorite book as a kid was "Baby Eating Fox and the Babies". Jake doesn't realize how morbid this book is until he starts reading it to his own kids. He then throws the book out the window...where a group of foxes find it and decide to start eating babies. It's mostly played for laughs, like everything else in ''Adventure Time''.
* Played with in the 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' in the episode "Bringing Up Vinnie", where Vinnie becomes a baby as the result of Dr. Catorkian's age-reversing experiments. While no baby-eating actually occurs and Vinnie is eventually restored to his normal age, he is at one point spotted by the villain Cataclysm. Having already been established as being interested in eating Martian mice, Cataclysm refers to the infant Vinnie as a miniature mouse snack pack.
* The ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' episode "Jack and the Baby" began with Jack rescuing an infant from being eaten by some cyborg ogres. Jack spends the rest of the episode taking care of the baby and looking for his parents, finally returning the child to his mother after getting into a fight with the same ogres seeking revenge.
* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'':
** A subplot of the episode ''Auto Erotic Assimilation'' plays with this trope, mostly PlayedForLaughs. Beth and Jerry find an alien hidden under the garage, and one of Jerry's arguments against the creature is that it eats babies. Said alien gets free, picks up a device that translates his alien speech into English and launches [[CrowningMomentofFunny arguably one of the funniest]] [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech The Reason You Suck speeches]] of all time.
-->'''Blim Blam''': Um, first of all, hello. Uh, my name is Blim Blam the Korblok. Second of all, cards on the table, I'm a murderer that eats babies, and I came to this planet to eat babies. However, I am also carrying a highly infectious disease that I suppose you could call "space AIDS" as you put it, and Rick did chain me up so that he could attempt to cure it. [Beth serves Jerry] At the same time, Rick's motivation to cure my disease was not to save my life or anyone else's, but to patent and sell the cure for billions of Blemflarcks. [Jerry serves back] But you know the reason why I ripped my chains out of the wall? [confronts them] And do you know why I'm never coming back to this planet?! BECAUSE THE TWO OF YOU ARE THE FUCKING WORST!!! You both hate yourselves AND each other!! And the idea that it has ANYTHING to do with Rick is laughable. I'd laugh but I'm biologically incapable. That's how alien I am! And even I'm sitting here listening to the two of you and being like, "WHAT THE FUCK!?!" So good luck with your shitty marriage, and tell Rick I'm sorry he has to deal with EITHER of you. Blim Blam OUT.
-->''[he mic-drops the device and leaves, only to come back for the device]''
-->'''Blim Blam''': You know what? I'm taking this.
** In the episode ''The ABC's of Beth'', we discover that, as a child, Beth abandoned her friend Tommy in the artificial fantasy world Rick created for her. Tommy survived by having sex with the creatures of this world and eating their babies.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''
** The Brain-Eating Meteor from "Little Rock of Horror" is at one point shown eating a baby's brain. If his song is anything to go by, he also finds infants' brains to be especially delectable.
** While stranded with Grim in the desert in "Fear and Loathing in Endsville", Dracula at one point cooks and devours the young of a giant scorpion monster, who is completely horrified to see the vampire eating her children.
-->'''Scorpion Monster''': My babies!
-->'''Dracula''': Well, maybe if you didn't make your babies so delicious, Dracula wouldn't have to eat them!
* One of the past queens of Mewni in ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'', Bubipsa, was this. She's the subject of a RunningGag in which Rhombulus can't remember to distinguish her from the AmbiguouslyEvil Eclipsa.