Lets face it- Disney movie food looks delicious! I’m not gonna lie, growing up, Roquefort always made me want some Creme de la Creme a la Edgar. Even if it was basically just some milk and a cracker. He made that look good!
With Fall upon us and winter right around the corner, it is very fitting to pull out the crockpot, and get those baking sheets ready. It’s the perfect time to make some of your favorite Disney Movie Food. Don’t worry if you’re not a chef. In the immortal words of Auguste Gusteau, “Anyone can cook!”
1). Beauty and the Beast Grey Stuff
Beauty and the Beast has been my favorite movie since I was a little girl. The dishes weren’t lying when they said “It’s delicious!” And how could it not be with milk, cookies, and pudding. Still don’t believe me? Try this recipe for yourself!
2). The Breakfast from Mulan
Whether you’re off to save China, or simply take on a new day; start your morning with a breakfast that’s happy to see you!
3). Alice in Wonderland Cookies
“Soon her eye fell on a little glass box that was lying under the table; she opened it , and found in it a very small cake, on which the words “EAT ME” were beautifully marked in currants.” Try this recipe yourself and see if you’re transported to a magical Wonderland.
4). Remy’s Ratatouille
Peasant Dish or not, hopefully this meal gives you a little perspective.
5). Hades “Cosmo”politan
Not everyone can rearrange the Cosmos, but it sure is nice to unwind with one at the end of the day.
6). Kronk’s Spinach Puffs
We all wish we were as great a cook as Kronk. Here’s a version of his Spinach Puffs to get you going. “Oh yeah, it’s all coming together.”
7). Goofy Movie’s- Hi Dad Soup
“Don’t tell me you don’t remember “Hi Dad” soup? Oh, come on. Sure you do. You used to spell things out using the letters. Like, uh, “Hi Dad” or …. “Ambidextrous”?”
8). Yeti’s Yellow Snow Cones
“Don’t worry, it’s lemon.”
9). Spaghetti from Lady and the Tramp
It’s a lovely “Bella Notte” to try this yummy recipe.
10). Mint Sorbet from the Princess Diaries
“It’s for in between courses, to cleanse the palate.” Whether or not it’s between courses, this Mint Sorbet is good for any occasion.
11). Sushi from Monster’s Inc.
Grab your Schmoopsie Poo or Googly Bear and get to making your own version of Harryhausen’s Sushi.
12). Tiana’s Beignets
Since a lot of us can’t make it to New Orleans, we’ll just have to make our own beignets.