We are finishing up the royal celebration of World Princess Week with a… gong? “Bang” just didn’t seem very Princess-like; gongs are fancy, right? Anyhoo, earlier today, we picked out our family movie from the list of official Disney Princesses, and now we are looking at some tasty snack options to enjoy with our movie. I picked Tangled with Rapunzel; what did you pick to watch with the family? While you are enjoying the tail end of summer, what better snack to make with your family than one that includes ice cream? I know what you are thinking; Who has hours to make their own ice cream? Well, no need for all that extra time. Here is a recipe from Disney that will have you enjoying your icy cold snack very quickly. Let’s take a look:
Now that the kids have had a chance to have fun, here is a collection of ten Disney Princess-inspired recipes that you can use to take the occasion to the next level. The video includes Belle’s Breakfast Porridge, Cinderella’s Pumpkin Waffles, Snow White’s Baked Apples, Disney Emoji Blitz Cookies, Snow White Apples, Cinderella’s Pumpkin Quinoa, Aurora’s Pink & Blue Cupcakes, Snow White’s Apple Salad, Rapunzel’s Raspberry Pie, and of course, The Grey Stuff!
Aren’t those Snow White Apples so cute? Those are great to pull out at a Princess-themed birthday party as well. What will you be making to go with your movie night? For us, it’s going to be the Rapunzel Raspberry Pie. This will go perfectly with my Tangled theme and is a cold-weather favorite down here, where it is currently the winter season in Australia.
Zoë Wood is a travel writer from Sydney, Australia. Since her first visit to Disneyland at the age of 6, she has spent her years frequently visiting Disney Parks and traveling around the world.
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