As we learn in Ratatouille, anyone can cook. We think that’s true for creating artwork in the kitchen too. Food art is fun, creative, and healthy! Surprise your family with a familiar face in their next lunch, after school snack, or dessert. From Ariel to Joy, we’ve rounded up our favorite Disney food art recipes of all time.
Wholesome and lightly sweetened with honey and banana, these allergy-friendly muffins are the bee’s knees. Make your own Winnie the Pooh muffins as a fun treat for breakfast. We’ve never seen dried apricots look so cute.
Make a big splash at your next family celebration. We love the details of this Little Mermaid cake, from Ariel’s textured tail to her floral and pearl accessories.
Turn a healthy green apple into a tiny version of one of our favorite scarers, Mike Wazowski. (Tied with Sulley, of course.)
4. Joy Food Art
You’ll never guess what we used to create this healthy snack inspired by the happiest voice in Riley’s head, Joy! (Hint: The ingredient for Joy’s hair has been colored blue.)
This Simba-inspired snack is as healthy as it is adorable. Your little ones will love eating their veggies when they’re paired with tasty hummus, and resemble their favorite lion, Simba.
In this delightful bento box, dessert comes in the form of colorful fruit flowers reminiscent of the blossoms that Olaf dreams of all winter long. Make this healthy lunch for your little one, and they’ll be sure to smile at such a friendly face.