Step aside Jesus and Elvis, Princess Belle was spotted in an ice cube by the sharp-eyed @Niiiiiifaaaaa just chillin’ (had to) in her iced coffee.
What’s next? Cinderella in your scrambled eggs?
Take a closer look after the break.
If this cake doesn’t make you want to run off and immediately watch Big Hero 6, then you’re probably a robot (and not a friendly one like Baymax). This cake, made by I Love Cakes By Sheila, features a whole bunch of lovely details, including a cake topper that depicts Baymax hugging it out with Hiro Hamada.
Check out a closeup pic after the break…
If you’re a princess who’s in need of a little pick me up, you might consider having some coffee in this Disney princess/Starbucks-themed coffee mug. It’s handmade by Etsy seller AubsAndN, and it carries 16 ounces of your favorite magically caffeinated brew. If you’re more of a on-the-go sort of princess, then you might want to check out the travel tumbler version pictured after the break.
Monica from Cookie Cowgirl nailed these hipster Disney princesses with their snarky smirks and beautiful locks. And also the glasses.
She made 18 princesses completely recognizable and absolutely adorable: Jasmine, Ariel, Giselle, Pocahontas, Aurora, Belle, Snow White, Merida, Meg, Cinderella, Esmerelda, Mulan, Jane, Rapunzel, Alice, Tiana, Wendy and Tinkerbelle. She’s piped perfect golden picture frames for each and the ladies are actually drawn free-hand with edible markers. I will totally eat these cookies while rolling my eyes at you.
Click below to see the amazing cookies close-up.
It’s easy to embrace all things Disney when you’re a kid, but there are fewer opportunities once you’re all grown-up. These beer labels let you channel your inner child while you kick back with your favorite adult beverage. There are 12 different labels and they’re all available as free printables. Each label is a nod to a different film or character so you can have fun with names like Looking Glass Lager, No Strings Attached Liars Lager, and Beer Necessities.
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Starting this Fall, Indiana Jones fans will have a new place to grab a bite and have a drink at Walt Disney World Resort. Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar.
Jock Lindsay, as you may recall, was Indy’s intrepid pilot. So look for aviation-themed cocktails and food like the “Hovito Mojito”, the “Air Pirates Everything Pretzels” and “Rolling Boulder Meatballs”. Aviation decor, vintage travel posters and even a docked steamboat are part of the fun. And look out for nods to Lindsay’s pet snake Reggie.
Based on the concept art, I’d definitely like to swing by some time. Still, it’s not exactly what I would expect for an Indiana Jones-themed restaurant. Seems like they could have gone much bigger with this.
See concept art of the interior after the break.
Etsy shop owner Kelly Arce Design really captures Cinderella’s elegance and regal charm with this handmade wine glass. And her gold filigree details are just gorgeous.
She also has a ton of other Disney-inspired glasses based on Rapunzel, Jasmine, Alice in Wonderland, and Ariel. There’s even a few villains tossed in there along with glasses inspired by A Nightmare Before Christmas.
Check out out the whimsical designs after the jump.
Frozen fever is still going strong around the world and in Disney parks. The “Frozen Fun” event recently launched at Disneyland in Anaheim, and “Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Fantasy” just took over Tokyo Disneyland. That park seems to rock special events like no other, and goes all out with theming. Besides parades, icy decorations, and giving some of their hotel rooms Arendelle makeovers, they also have delectable and cute Frozen edibles.
Miyata Takeshi from dpost.jp visited the event and snapped tons of photos including ones of food. You can get grape sherbet and blue jelly sundaes inspired by Anna and Elsa and an Olaf lemon sherbet and yogurt mousse sundae. Tokyo Disneyland’s Sherwood Garden restaurant features an elaborate Frozen-themed buffet with blue Jell-O and cakes decorated in Elsa and Anna colors.
Man, I need to get to Tokyo Disneyland, but I probably won’t make it before “Frozen Fantasy” ends on March 20th.
More photos after the break.
When Nick of Dude Foods heard about the new mac and cheese cones that Disney is debuting at some of its theme parks, he was too excited to plan a trip to try them out–he decided to make his own version at home. Nick used bread dough to make his cone, and just like the Disney version, he topped his off with plenty of bacon. Looks delicious, right?
Learn more about this tasty cone over at Dude Foods.