While some people cheered as the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary celebrations in Florida unveiled their EARidescent glamor, others celebrate those magical moments at home. Fortunately, these Disney-inspired recipes have anyone with a touch of pixie dust on their plate.
Dole is a longtime partner of Disney. Over the years, Dole’s creative team has shared recipes for Ratatouille, Monsters, Inc, and various other Disney characters. The latest campaign shared Princess-inspired recipes that encourage courage and kindness.
Disney-inspired recipes that the whole family will love
Many parents are constantly looking for ways to promote healthy eating in their families. Sometimes a specific topic can cause everyone at the table to eat an extra helping of fruits and vegetables.
While the Dole website has a plethora of Disney-inspired recipes, kids (and adults) will cheer for more, more, more at some options. And parents are ready to comply because every recipe is full of fruits and vegetables.
Here are 5 of the most popular Disney-inspired recipes from FoodSided by Dole.
Warrior Princess pasta salad
While any princess is ready to stand up for her beliefs strong, eating healthy can help keep that fighting spirit strong. With the Warrior Princess Pasta Salad, the recipe is bursting with good nutritional choices.
Although this salad is vegetarian, another option could be adding some grilled chicken or shrimp to the mix. The combination of flavors could get these strong ladies at the table ready to tackle any task on the to-do list.
Famous Remy Ratatouille omelette
Remy may be known for his infamous ratatouille, the little cook can help any home cook to master the omelette. In this recipe, the fluffy eggs are combined with lots of vegetables. From a hearty breakfast to start the day or for dinner, this omelette will make any home cook feel like a master chef.
Princess Pearls punch
Sometimes a celebration needs the perfect drink. This punch is a great way to get everyone to enjoy a few extra pieces of fruit with this refreshment.
Whether the punch is served with extra shine or just in a favorite glass, the drink always goes perfectly with a tiara. Even a princess can feel beautiful when she is strong.
Dole’s new Chicken-a-la-King
When Mickey Mouse turned 90, Dole celebrated the celebration with some “fresh and healthy take on American classics.” This version of Chicken-a-la-King is both rooted in tradition and a step into the present. Just like Mickey himself, it will always cheer when it arrives at the table.
Smoothie with the right note
Lots of people start the day with a smoothie, and the right note smoothie is definitely music to their ears. Released in association with Soul, the drink oozes fruity goodness.
The Disney-inspired recipes are just a few of the many recipes on the Dole website. All of the recipes are designed to offer smart nutritional choices as well as flavors that have broad appeal.