Toy Story 4 Bo Peep Sheep Snack

After a long time apart, Woody & Bo Peep have finally been reunited! Bo has a new look now—a big pink bow, light blue pants, and a cape created from her pink polka dot dress! While Bo is off on new adventures, Billy, Goat, & Gruff are right by her side. Recreate the scene of Bo’s charming home of sunny skies and green pastures with this adorable snack!

Scroll through to see how to create this cute Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4 food art, featuring tasty Mini Babybel® cheese and see Toy Story 4 in theatres June 21. Get your tickets!

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Bo Peep Sheep Snack



  • 2 Mini Babybel® Original Cheese
  • 3 slices yellow squash
  • 5 snow peas
  • 4 strawberries
  • 1 raisin
  • Kitchen scissors
  • Drinking straw

Helpful Tip

All cutting should be done by an adult. Also, this recipe gets a Disney Check. It’s a quick and easy way for families to identify better foods and beverages that meet Disney’s nutrition guideline criteria, and helps kids and parents agree on better choices.


  1. Take one Mini Babybel cheese and cut it in half to create 2 semicircles. Reserve one half for making the top of the sheep heads. Cut the other half longwise to create one of the clouds.

  2. Cut the second Mini Babybel cheese longwise. One piece is the body of the sheep. Cut the second piece in half to create a second cloud.

  3. Using kitchen scissors, cut out the faces, ears, & legs of the sheep from the inner flesh of a strawberry. Cut out their hooves from a piece of raisin.

  4. Using a knife, cut out the white tops of the sheep heads from the reserved half of Mini Babybel cheese.

  5. Using a flower cutter, cut out 3 daisies from the white flesh of 3 slices of yellow squash. Using a drinking straw and knife, cut out 3 yellow daisy centers from the skin part of the yellow squash.

  6. Place 5 snow peas on a plate, overlapping them to create the appearance of rolling hills.

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