Incredibles 2 Lunch Tutorials

Monday, April 16, 2018

How to make Disney Pixar Incredibles 2 fun lunches for your kids!

I feel like if there was any movie that my kids have been addicted to on-and-off for their entire lives, it's The Incredibles. My older kids know it backwards and forwards, all of them have watched it as we have driven across country, and we even wore out one DVD copy of it. Our family even dressed up as The Incredibles one year for Halloween. Don't believe me? See the photo below. So it goes without saying that we are super excited for Incredibles 2 to come out!

If you are as big of fans of the movie as we are, you are going to want to check out the photos and ingredients for these fun lunches below. Each of my kids got a different character. Mr. Incredible goes to my oldest son, Elastigirl is my daughter's, and my youngest son will get Jack-Jack. I think that my kids are going to be so pumped to open them up at school tomorrow! What do you think?

How to make Disney Pixar Incredibles 2 fun lunches for your kids!

How to make Disney Pixar Incredibles 2 fun lunches for your kids!


Ingredients for all lunches: Whole wheat tortillas, sliced meat, strawberries, cheese crackers, Babybel cheese, raisins, fruit leather for the masks, different colored fondant, easy lunch boxes containers.

Mr. Incredible specific ingredients: Sliced cheddar cheese for hair and eyebrow, white and blue fondant for eyes.

Elastigirl specific ingredients: Strawberry fruit leather for the hair, white and brown fondant for eyes.

Jack-Jack specific ingredients: Strawberry fruit leather for hair, white, blue, and black fondant for eyes.

How to make Disney Pixar Incredibles 2 fun lunches for your kids!
How to make Disney Pixar Incredibles 2 fun lunches for your kids!

Directions:
Instead of giving you specific instructions for each I will just tell you generally what I did. For the faces I cut out two pieces in the shape of the character from whole wheat tortilla and made a sandwich out of them. They are stuffed with sliced meat, but you could use any filling you would like. See the ingredients to find out what I used for the facial details. I made the pieces stick with a little honey.

Every character is placed on top of a bed of sliced strawberries and in one side compartment I used orange crackers. In the second side compartment I used fondant to create the Incredibles 2 logo and stuck it to the top of a Babybel cheese round. I set that on top of raisins. It was all fairly simple. I hope your kids enjoy the lunches and your whole family likes the movie!

How to make Disney Pixar Incredibles 2 fun lunches for your kids!

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How to make a Mr. Incredible Disney Pixar Incredibles 2 fun lunch for your kids!
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