Disney Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Ears School Lunch

Monday, November 13, 2017

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So I am going to say something right now that will blow your mind. Our family loves Disney. Shocker, right? Well since we are literally now counting down the days to our first ever trip to Disney World (we've been to Disneyland), I thought I would make a Mickey and Minnie Mouse ears lunch for my kids based on those awesome mouse ear hats that you have to buy when you get to the park! If you are planning your own trip, maybe this will give you some inspiration for a special lunch leading up to the trip. Also I wrote a post sharing how we were able to fly our family to Disney World (and more place) for basically free. Check it out if you want to save money on your next plane trip.

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These lunches were really simple to make using Easy Lunch Boxes containers and food that you can find at your local grocery store. I hope these ideas help and be sure to share this lunch with your Disney loving friends!

Ingredients: Red apple, dark wheat bread, blueberries, strawberries, dried mango, provolone cheese, lunch meat, grape tomatoes, Babybel cheese, yogurt covered raisins, black olives, toothpicks.

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1. Cut red apple in half and slice off bottom to form a half circle. Dip cut parts in lemon or lime juice to prevent browning. For Mickey ears, cut ovals from dried mango and stick on apple. Use a little honey if you are having problems getting them to stay on. For Minnie ears, cut small circles from provolone cheese and stick on apple.

2. Cut four circles out of dark wheat bread. Place sandwich meat in the middle. Arrange apple head and sandwich ears in main compartment of lunch box. Attach strip of wheat bread to the bottom using honey or toothpicks. For Minnie ears, cut a strawberry in half and also cut the end of a different strawberry. Place on top of head for a bow as shown. Surround ears with blueberries.

3. Drop yogurt covered raisins in side compartment. Cut two circles out of the back of a Babybel cheese round. Flip over and stick circles on top to make mouse ears. Place this on yogurt covered raisins.

4. In second side compartment, place grape tomatoes. Slice the ends off of olives and use toothpicks to attach them to a whole olive. Place on top of tomatoes.

5. Have fun getting ready for your Disney trip!

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