Everyone has a favorite childhood meal that reminds them of home — even Disney Princesses. So what would our royal highnesses put on their list of gotta-have-it meals? Here's a roundup of recipes inspired by our favorite Disney heroines.
Ariel was always dying to explore the great wide world beyond the ocean, so something exotic and not everyday like these delectable Loukoumdes (Greek Honey Dough Balls) would really float her boat.
Snow White was left with a bad taste in her mouth after one infamous poison apple. We think these adorably sweet and mini caramel apples will do just the trick to erase that negative association from her mind.
Book-loving Belle hailed from a provincial French town, and what's more classically French than a mouthwatering Coq au Vin? We can just hear Julia Child raving about this one.
Grilled corn doesn’t have to be plain and boring, and Pocahontas would know. Slather on some deliciously decadent garlic chive butter and an ordinary side dish just got taken up a notch!
For Cinderella, rags were transformed into a gorgeous gown, and a pumpkin into an elegant carriage. So what would slake her thirst after a night of dancing with a prince? Perhaps this creamy and delicious Pumpkin Smoothie would do the trick.
Being stuck in a tower all her life, Rapunzel had plenty of time to perfect the art of her favorite food, Hazelnut Soup. We’re sure this version would meet with her full approval even outside of the tower.
Bold and memorable describe both Tiana and the flavors of this robust and hearty Jumbo Jumbalaya that’s good enough to be served in Tiana’s Palace.
Merida will become the newest member of the Disney Princess club this summer, and to celebrate this honor, we like to think she’d share some scrumptious Scottish Sweet Buns with her boisterous and loving family.
We all know Princess Aurora loves sleep (or does she?) So when she’s feeling reminiscent of those Sleeping Beauty days, she can rest assured knowing the tryptophan in this comforting White Turkey and Corn Stew will help lull her into a deep slumber.
Flying on magic carpets is hard work, and when Princess Jasmine needs a break, these Moroccan Lamb & Apricot Kebabs may just transport her — and your family — to a whole new world.
When Mulan isn’t too busy being a fierce warrior, she’d totally slurp down these yummy Sesame Soy Noodles to refuel her for more adventures ahead.
Disney Princess Inspired Meals
Greek Honey Dough Balls or Loukoumades
Mini Caramel Apples
Coq au Vin
Grilled Corn with Garlic Chive Butter
Rapunzel's Squash & Hazelnut Soup
Stack of Scottish Sweet Buns
White Turkey and Corn Stew
Moroccan Lamb & Apricot Kebobs