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Disney = good. Food = good. Disney food = GREAT

1. Decorate doughnuts like Minnie, Mickey, Donald, and Daisy.

Decorate doughnuts like Minnie, Mickey, Donald, and Daisy.

Get the recipe at forktobelly.

2. Or pretzels.

Or pretzels.

This is *slightly* healthier. Only slightly.

Get the recipe at Sugar Swings.

3. Use marshmallows to make fluffy cupcakes resembling Baymax from Big Hero 6.

Use marshmallows to make fluffy cupcakes resembling Baymax from Big Hero 6.

Don’t you just want to hug him? Or, well….. eat him?

Get the recipe at Dessert Now Dinner Later.

4. Bake a batch of one eyeballed Mike Wazoski cookies.

Bake a batch of one eyeballed Mike Wazoski cookies.

Like Mike, these cookies will make you smile (not scream).

Get the recipe at Lolly Jane.

5. Pull an Evil Queen and concoct some “poisoned” apple(cake pop)s.

Pull an Evil Queen and concoct some "poisoned" apple(cake pop)s.

Just to be clear: these aren’t actually poisoned.

Get the recipe at The Kitchen McCabe.

6. Serve your kids some sweet and salty treats that look like Tigger’s bouncy tail.

Serve your kids some sweet and salty treats that look like Tigger's bouncy tail.

♫ The wonderful thing about Tigger tails, is that Tigger tails are wonderful things ♫

Get the recipe at Chatting Over Chocolate.

7. Use frosting to make a cake look like Cinderella’s ball gown.

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♫ Bibbidi bobbidi boo ♫

Watch the tutorial here.

8. Form some Mickey-shaped soft pretzels.

Form some Mickey-shaped soft pretzels.

A subtle way to add some Disney flair to a meal.

Get the recipe at Liz On Call.

9. Make fluffy Clover tails using only three ingredients.

Make fluffy Clover tails using only three ingredients.

For fans of Bambi or Sofia the First.

Get the recipe at Sippy Cup Mom.

10. Replicate the magical cookies from Alice in Wonderland.

Replicate the magical cookies from Alice in Wonderland.

Here’s hoping that you don’t turn into a giant after taking a bite.

Get the recipe at Diamonds for Dessert.

11. Mickey uses magic to multiply the broomsticks inFantasia, but you’ll have to use your hands to create these edible ones.

Mickey uses magic to multiply the broomsticks in Fantasia, but you'll have to use your hands to create these edible ones.

Wondering what the sweeping half of the broom is made from? It’s shredded phyllo dough.

Get the recipe at Sprinkle Bakes.

12. Use pretzel rods to create the noses for thesePinocchio cookies.

Use pretzel rods to create the noses for these Pinocchio cookies.

It looks like he’s been lying.

Get the recipe at Handmade Charlotte.

13. Assemble an edible Olaf made with ice cream and a cookie.

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Be quick and eat him before he melts!

Get the recipe from Nerdy Nummies.

14. Or make an Olaf bento box.

Or make an Olaf bento box.

There’s no danger of this Olaf melting: he’s made of rice.

Watch the tutorial at OCHIKERON.

15. Make a tray of “oysters” and have a feast like the walrus in Alice in Wonderland.

Make a tray of "oysters" and have a feast like the walrus in Alice in Wonderland.

“And this was scarcely odd because they’d eaten every one.”

Get the recipe at Living Well Spending Less.

16. These Maleficent cupcakes may look evil, but they’ll taste sweet.

These Maleficent cupcakes may look evil, but they'll taste sweet.

For people who love Disney villains as much as they love chocolate.

Get the recipe at Wannabite.

17. If you have a huge supply of patience, try making these beautiful Mrs. Potts cake bites.

If you have a huge supply of patience, try making these beautiful Mrs. Potts cake bites.

These are not for treat decorating novices.

Get the recipe at Bakerella.

18. Top a brownie with the “grey stuff” from Beauty and the Beast.

Top a brownie with the "grey stuff" from Beauty and the Beast.

Lumiere claims it’s delicious.

Get the recipe at Olivia’s Cuisine.

19. Bake a cake in honor of Jack Skellington.

Bake a cake in honor of Jack Skellington.

It’s rude to only pay attention to him during one month of the year.

Get the recipe at Bombshell Bling.

20. Channel Elsa to make this “frozen” dessert.

Channel Elsa to make this "frozen" dessert.

Let it go (by “it” we’re referring to the gelatin you’ll need to let go into boiling water to prepare this).

Get the recipe at Bubbly Nature Creations.

21. Or try an easy-to-decorate Frozen cake.

Or try an easy-to-decorate Frozen cake.

The hardest part is making the “ice shards,” but even that’s easy!

Get the recipe at Bubbly Nature Creations.

22. Bake a dozen adorable “Up-cakes”.

Bake a dozen adorable "Up-cakes".

The “balloons” are doughnut holes rolled in sprinkles.

Get the recipe at Bakerella.

23. Prepare a chocolate version of Winnie the Pooh’s “hunny” pot and fill it with honey mousse.

Prepare a chocolate version of Winnie the Pooh's "hunny" pot and fill it with honey mousse.

I’m so rumbly in my tumbly

Get the recipe at Sugarhero.

24. Use fruit to make this simple and healthy Mickey-shaped snack.

Use fruit to make this simple and healthy Mickey-shaped snack.

Get the recipe at Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons.

25. Serve Simba’s “Slimy Yet Satisfying Grub Gnocchi” for dinner.

When you think about it, gnocchi really *does* look like grubs.

Get the recipe at Disney Insider.

26. Use green frosting to make cupcakes that look like the aliens from Toy Story.

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Your hand = “the claw.”

Watch the tutorial at MyCupcakeAddiction.

27. Make a batch of the sweetest Donald cupcakes ever.

Make a batch of the sweetest Donald cupcakes ever.

Who’s got the sweetest disposition? One guess—guess who!

Get the recipe at Bakingdom.

28. Finally, make your family laugh with some adorable Rapunzel hot dogs.

Finally, make your family laugh with some adorable Rapunzel hot dogs.

This Tangled hot dog is the most hilarious, but the Merida and Elsa ones are great too.

Get the recipe at Biting the Hand That Feeds You.

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