Playful and Yummy Disney Inspired Snacks for Toddlers

When you’re a toddler, everything is magical. Such a big and exciting world out there! So much to see and do and discover!  So why should snack time be dull and uninspiring? These snacks inspired by your little one’s favorite Disney characters are sure to make snack time a fun experience for Baby and Mom. Mom gets to have fun releasing some creativity, while Baby gets to reap the benefits of a playful and tasty treat!

  • Disney Inspired Snacks

    Disney Inspired Snacks

    The line between mealtime and playtime blurs with these tasty and adorable Disney snacks. Click through for delicious ways to delight your toddler!

  • Winnie The Pooh

    Winnie The Pooh

    If your little one is rumbly in their tummy, pull together this cute Winnie the Pooh snack with cheese, strawberries, yogurt, and raisins.

    Created by Creative Kid Snacks

  • Up

    Up

    Take snack time up to a whole new level with this awesome interpretation of Up. An array of snacks to create this fun plate gives your toddler a variety of healthy options. Just remember to cut grapes in half!

    Created by Creative Kid Snacks

  • Simba

    Simba

    Take pride in serving your child a healthy and fun treat with this Simba inspired hummus plate.

    Recipe and assembly instructions available on Spoonful.

  • Rapunzel

    Rapunzel

    This mom really used her noodle when it came to creating a playful snack. Snack time and meal time are tangled into one with this plate.

    Created by Creative Kid Snacks

  • Mickey Mouse

    Mickey Mouse

    Meeska…. Mooska… Mickey Mouse! Mom used her Mousekatools to come up with a unique and creative snack mix inspired by everyone’s favorite mouse.

    Mickey Mouse Snack Mix created by Palmettos and Pigtails.

  • Mike and Sully

    Mike and Sully

    This Monsters Inc. inspired bento box is so cute, it’s scary! It includes a great variety of foods that will cater to all of your little one’s tastes.

    Directions available on Spoonful.

  • Minnie Mouse

    Minnie Mouse

    Minnie has great taste in accessories! These strawberry and blueberry “bows” are cute enough to eat!

    Created by Creative Kid Snacks.

  • Peter Pan

    Peter Pan

    The imagination of this snack will take you off into Neverland! Create this Peter Pan snack for a toddler that has most of his or her teeth in or swap the celery for steamed green beans.

    Created by Creative Kid Snacks.

  • Mickey Mouse

    Mickey Mouse

    It’s easy to tempt your child with tuna when it resembles Mickey! Tomatoes stuffed with tuna are given black olive Mickey ears for a healthy treat and adorable presentation.
    Mickey Mouse Tuna Tomatoes recipe available at Spoonful.

  • Monsters Inc.

    Monsters Inc.

    You won’t need to keep an eye on Baby to make sure this snack gets finished. Spinach tortillas give this quesadilla the right hue for a Mike Wasowski quesadilla.

    Created by Kitchen Fun With My Three Boys.

  • Mickey Mouse

    Mickey Mouse

    While this may not be an everyday snack, it’s sure to be a special surprise treat!

    Created by itsy bitsy Foodies.

  • Mr. Potato Head

    Mr. Potato Head

    Swap a potato for a pancake for a cheery and yummy breakfast that a child of any age would enjoy.

    Created by Kitchen Fun With My Three Sons

  • Mickey Mouse

    Mickey Mouse

    Quesadillas are a quick and easy snack to pull together. The use of a cookie cutter upgrade these to “Mouse-ka-dillas”.

    Created by itsy bitsy Foodies.

  • Lion King

    Lion King

    This can be considered Baby’s “mane” meal. A hearty plate of pasta and sauce with a side of fruit, steps in when you need something a little more substantial for a snack.

    Created by Creative Kid Snacks.

  • Monsters Inc.

    Monsters Inc.

    This mom really has an eye for creating Disney inspired snacks. A round slice of honeydew is the perfect base for this refreshing Mike Wasowski fruit and yogurt snack.

    Created by Creative Kid Snacks.

  • Finding Nemo

    Finding Nemo

    Take inspiration from under the sea to find what you’re looking for. Simple carrots and dressing create Nemo-like bites.

    Created by Creative Kid Snacks.

  • Toy Story Aliens

    Toy Story Aliens

    Snack time is out of this world with this Toy Story Alien inspired bento box.

    Toy Story Alien Bento box directions from Spoonful.

  • Mickey Cookie Cutter Set

    Mickey Cookie Cutter Set

    Whichever way you cut it, your cookies will taste more fun with this Best of Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter Set. The Mickey icon, glove and star cutters will make baking shape up to be more enjoyable.

    Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter Set available from Disney Store.

  • Mickey Cookie Cutter

    Mickey Cookie Cutter

    Serve up a smile with this Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter. Mickey’s icon is a real cut up around the kitchen as he gets your cookies into shape.

    Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter available from DisneyStore.

Which snack are you inspired to create for your little one?

 

 

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