Disney’s "Up" Lunch

One of our favorite Disney movies is their film”Up”.  It is a such a good movie to watch with the kids. We love making cute snacks to go along with our favorite Disney movies like we did for with Mike Wazowski from Monster’s Inc, Mickey Mouse,
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was so creative, and what I love about having lots of fruits and vegetables in the house is the ability to take all those colors and use them to create something like this.  The balloons are made of bananas, green grapes, strawberries, blueberries, carrots, and red grapes.  Shape each fruit or veggie like a circle.  Next, make your house.  I used half of a graham cracker and a triangle Triscuit cracker for the roof.  Windows are made of thin wheels of string cheese.  I took that same string cheese and peeled it into thin pieces to use as the strings for the balloons.  Finish off the house with a banana wheel cut into a rectangle shape, and you have a fabulous and colorful “Up” lunch.
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  1. says

    I made something like this for my daughter back in May. I used all fruit for the balloons (round slices of strawberries, bananas, red & green grapes, pineapple, oranges and blueberries) I also used string cheese for the strings and graham crackers for the house. It turned out great and she loved it!!!

  2. says

    This is too stinkin’ cute!! I bet even my picky toddler would clean her plate if it looked like that! I’m going to have to try out some of your ideas!! I would love for you to share this & any of your other favorite recipes at Mom’s Test Meal Mondays!

    Hope you had a great day!

  3. says

    WOW, I LOVE this..;)) What a beautiful presentation.. *I featured you today* hope you can stop in and have a looksey. Thanks so much for linking last week to Pin’Inspirational Thursday.. Wishing you a beautiful week.. xoxo.. Marilyn

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