Welcome back to the next installment in my Disneyland Themed Party Series!
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In keeping with the Disneyland theme, each “land” I created had food to go with it. Be sure to grab your free printable labels at the end if you want to throw your own Disney themed bash!
New Orleans Square
New Orleans Square for me means two things: Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Haunted Mansion. For the Pirates table, I used a black food pen to draw pirate faces on Babybel cheeses and create an edible “Pirate Crew“.
A slow cooker contained delicious barbecue meatballs (bbq sauce and grape jelly!), which we named “Cannonballs“.
Knowing full well there would be plenty of sugar, I added in some healthier treats with our “Pirate Swords” – carrot sticks speared through cucumber slices.
Moving on to The Haunted Mansion!
Black olives make easy spiders for our “Deviled Spider Eggs“. These were gobbled up in no time!
Some more healthy party snacks, and decorating string cheese with a sharpie is a super simple way to create “Ghost Sticks”.
The kitchen served as Fantasyland, and the bulk of the food available. Using a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter, we made Mickey shaped cheese slices and sandwiches, letting guests decided which meats they wanted and if they decided to add cheese or not.
For the princess cupcakes, I went very simple, using store bought cupcakes in different colors and adding princess cupcake toppers.
One of many beverage options was our Mad Hatter’s Iced Tea.
For the main course, we offered up Pluto’s Hot Dog Bar.
Corn dogs were a frugal and delicious choice, perfect for “theme park” style dining. They disappeared pretty fast, and everyone raved about them. Simple but effective!
For the adult guests, we offered up two forms of sangria, red and white. How better to fit the theme than Snow White and the Evil Queen?
We served up the Wicked Queen’s Poisoned Apple Potion and Snow White’s Sweet Sangria.
I forgot to take a picture of it, but this was the label I put on a cooler of water bottles. 😉 Cheeky!
Another cooler offered up “Buzz Lightbeer”. More cheek! 😉
Main Street USA
This counter was our one little corner of Main Street, and popcorn is perfect!
The cream of the crop was our dessert table. The cookies were homemade by myself and my cousin, who has taken a interest in cookie decoration. It was a lot of trial and error on these guys!
My other cousin has passion for cupcakes and baking. She was sweet enough to create these gorgeous cupcakes for the party, as well as H’s smash cake.
Mini Oreo ears! How cute is that??
So there you have it! What do you think of my Disneyland themed party food spread?
Don’t forget your free printables!!
What other Disneyland Food Ideas would you have thought of?