I often eat dinner at my friend’s house with her family so I thought it was about time I made food for them. I invited them for lunch and made the parents and kids Mickey and Minnie Mouse themed food. We had our own Disney party for lunch! I made Mickey shaped bread, Mickey shaped quesadilla, Minnie Mouse mashed potatoes, Mickey sandwiches, and Mickey Mouse ears tortilla chips. It was fun and delicious!
I made Mickey Mouse bread brushed with cocoa for the father.
Left Side: Mickey ears shaped bread with a mixture of cocoa powder and a little sugar rubbed on top before baking, raspberries and blueberries
Top Right: Broccoli
Bottom Right: Cheddar cheese (cut with Mickey shaped cookie cutter), blackberry
This is the Mickey shaped quesadilla lunch I made for the 9 year old daughter. I created a template because I did not have a cookie cutter large enough.
Top Left: Raspberries and blackberries
Bottom Left: Carrots and green bell pepper (cut with Mickey cookie cutter)
Right Side: Black bean and cheddar quesadillas (2 on top of each other), salsa in Mini Dippers
I made this lunch for the Mom (my good friend). I borrowed her Mouse Ears silicone muffin mold to shape the cheddar mashed potatoes.
Left Side: Minnie Mouse Cheddar mashed potatoes (I spooned the mashed potatoes in the silicon muffin cup and then refrigerated, it was very easy!), I used a bow pick to make it look like Minnie, broccoli
Top Right: Chocolate covered pretzels, some with red sprinkles
Bottom Right: Clementine (drew Mickey with food coloring markers)
This is the fun lunch I made for the 7 year old daughter.
Left Side: Mickey and Minnie peanut butter sandwiches on wheat bread (I used cutters and stampers similar to this), chocolate covered pretzels, ranch dip (in blue container)
Top Right: Cucumber and carrots
Bottom Right: Watermelon (cut and stamped with same cutters as I used for the sandwiches)
Since it was a Mickey celebration, I made extra food for all to enjoy (more of the chocolate pretzels, and some Mickey mouse ears homemade tortilla chips. I cut flour tortillas with a Mickey cookie cutter, brushed olive oil on each side, sprinkled with salt and baked in a 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes or until lightly browned and crisp.
It was enjoyable to make 4 different themed lunches in the same day and to have fun company for lunch!