Disney Themed Food

If you have ever been on one those Disney vacations  you would agree with me how Disney has mastered the art of branding. You can see the famous Mickey or Mouse Ears in every thing imaginable to shrubberies, hidden in magnificent hotels and rides and you got it – even food!

image Disney hotels have character breakfasts and Mickey pancakes is always a regular. (I wonder where I can get a mold like that?)

Mickey Waffles at Cape May Cafe Character Breakfast

Mickey Ice Cream Bars

Frozen Treats at the Magic Kingdom

Mickey Rice Krispies Treat

Chocolate-Covered Mickey Pretzels

Top Allergy Foods in Children

Parents need to be informed about allergies in kids and their hazardous effects. I have a friend who has a daughter who a severe allergic reaction to peanuts and everything that has peanuts on it (if it comes in contact even with her skin – no ingestion – she flares up immediately).They have been very careful with her and have informed all communities where her daughter is always at including school and church about it. She also has a medi-bracelet with instructions how to give her allergy relief. You should understand that allergies can be fatal as it tends to block the airways during reactions.

Here are the top allergy foods in kids:
1. Milk

2. Egg

3. Soy

4. Wheat

5. Peanut

6. Seafoods


They say appearances are everything – and presentation is key.

Who would not want to eat these? (You see veggies form part of everything!)
My daughter will love eating these – especially Sid of Ice Age, Pooh Bear, Spongebob Squarepants, Nemo, Hello Kitty and the piggy.

These are sandwiches that were created by Funky Lunch, a site dedicated to encouraging kids to try something new and fun (and healthy!)

The other fun lunch option that is gaining wide-spread popularity are the amazing bento boxes.


“O-bento’ is what the Japanese call a packed meal, usually lunch. Bento boxes have internal dividers, and sometimes several stacked layers, so different kinds of food sit in their own little compartments. The whole thing is usually wrapped together with chopsticks in a cloth or special bag, and the goal is to make the whole package as attractive as possible – from considering the colour combinations of the food and presenting and garnishing it as neatly and artfully as you can, to co-ordinating the box, chopsticks and wrapper, and any other items like paper napkins, knife and fork or spoon, drink flask or thermos.”

Read more at Air and Angels

Everything is going BENTO!

Just look at all the images from a Flickr pool!