If your kids are anything like ours, they’re totally obsessed with Disney movies. Celebrate all things Coco, Mickey Mouse and Frozen with some aptly themed foods, from an Olaf bento box to rice krispy treats shaped like everybody’s favorite mouse. Read on to let the Disney feasting begin.

Disney Donuts

How adorable are these Disney donuts from Fork to Belly?! They put plain old glazed donuts to shame. Grab a donut pan and some candy melts and get creative making a batch of your own—click here to get the recipe.

The Princess and the Frog Smoothie

Sneak some good-for-you ingredients onto your party menu with this colorful smoothie from Natural Fit Foodie. Inspired by The Princess and the Frog, it’s got berries and yogurt in addition to healthy greens and creamy avocado. Click here to get the recipe.

Marshmallow Rice Krispies Mickey Mouse Pops

If you’ve been to Disney World, chances are you’ve seen all the Mickey-shaped foods they have to offer. The rice krispie treats are always a hit, and thanks to What Charlotte Baked, you can get your fix without stepping foot into the park. Find out how they’re made by clicking here.

Mad Hatter Party Punch

If you’re a fan of Alice in Wonderland, then this vibrant punch from Mommy Musings is a must for your Disney party. With a colored sugar rim and a fruity, bubbly taste, it’ll be the perfect thing to quench your thirst as things get curiouser and curiouser. To get the recipe, click here.

Coco-Inspired Guitar Cupcakes

Celebrate Coco with these cute cupcakes from A Magical Mess. They might look a little complicated, but they’re pretty easy to pull off thanks to a boxed cake mix and a handy printable template for the decorations. Click here to get the recipe.

Frozen Chocolate-Covered Popcorn Treat

If you’ll be watching a movie during the party, then, of course, you’ll need popcorn! Take your snack to the next level with this Frozen-inspired recipe from Mommy Musings, complete with candy melts, sprinkles and shredded coconut. Get the recipe by clicking here.

Olaf Bento Lunch Box

Do you want to build a snowman (out of rice)? This cute bento box from ochikeron is a total masterpiece, with rice balls, egg omelet hearts and snowflake sausages. Click here to get the scoop on how it’s made.

Homemade Dole Whip

The Dole Whip is a cult favorite sweet treats at the Disney parks, and being able to make it at home is a game changer. With only four ingredients, it’s as easy to whip up as it is delicious. Click here to get the recipe from SoFab Food.

Snow White’s Poison Apples

Add a creepy touch to your Disney bash by making a batch of Snow White’s poison apples, aka candy apples. Just keep an eye out for the wicked queen! Grab the recipe from Olivia’s Cuisine by clicking here.

Mickey Mouse Pancakes

Ah, the classic treat breakfast for kids. We’ve all made our fair share of Mickey Mouse pancakes that end up looking more like lumpy blobs, but thankfully there are some tricks to make the perfect pancakes every time. Click here to get the scoop on how it’s done from Mint Arrow.


There’s no better way to get kids to eat veggies than by making them a dish from their favorite movie. Just like Remy’s in Ratatouille, this classic dish from Knead. Bake. Cook. is sure to be a crowd pleaser. To get the recipe, click here.

Mickey Mouse Soft Pretzels

Another favorite from the Disney parks, you can make your own soft pretzels shaped like Mickey Mouse. With some yeast, a few minutes of kneading and a little patience, your pretzels will taste just as good as the real thing. Click here to get the recipe from Liz on Call.

Peace, Love and Mickey Mouse Bento Box

Turn your little one’s lunch into a Disney-themed feast complete with a Mickey-shaped sandwich and a lovely little strawberry. The cute theme makes it twice as fun to gobble up.

—Susie Foresman



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