My kids love Disney’s Tangled. If you’ve seen our Winnie the Pooh, Mickey Mouse, Lion King, Monster’s Inc, “Up” and Peter Pan snacks, you can tell that we are big Disney fans. Tangled is no exception.
To create Rapunzel, I sliced 12-14 red grapes in half lengthwise. I arranged them on the plate to look like her dress. Making the dress first helps to scale the head, feet, and arms. Next, cut a slice of white cheese (I used mozzarella) into shape for a neck, feet, arms and head. I wasn’t ambitious enough to create hands with tiny little fingers using cheese, so I hid her arms behind her hair. For her lips I used a tiny slice of a grape, two tiny currants for eyes, and a small slice of cheese for her nose.
Next, boil a small handful of thin spaghetti noodles until cooked. You can make a quick cheese sauce for it if desired, or just use a little olive oil or butter and place it right onto the plate.
Finish the scene with some celery grass and a couple orange tulips made from carrots.
I loved the scene in the movie where Rapunzel feels the grass and the earth for the first time. This lunch was pattered after that.
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