Disney Foodie Friday: Holiday Gift Ideas Part 3

Lots of shopping happening in my corner of the world, and I’m exhausted! For those of you who are smarter than me and doing your shopping online, here are a few fun foodie gift ideas for those Disney fans in your life.

Gift Ideas for Disney Foodies

tianas-cookbookTiana’s Cookbook (The Princess and the Frog), Recipes for Kids by Disney Press: First up, Ryan from Main Street Gazette suggested we throw this cookbook in the mix! Perfect for all of the new Princess Tiana fans out there! Here’s what Disney says about it: “This kid-friendly cookbook features recipes inspired by Tiana’s restaurant in The Princess and the Frog. With simple instructions, large photographs, and charming character art, the book features everything from Tiana’s famous beignets to a bayou smoothie. A star-rating system lets kids know how difficult the recipes are and the characters offer cooking tip. This charming cookbook is sure to please!

caramel apple smallSilvestri Sweets Disney Apple Dipping Kit, 14-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 2): This looks like a great activity for a snowy afternoon — perfect for the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve! The kit contains plenty of caramel, chopped peanuts, Mickey sprinkles, and wooden sticks. All you have to do is supply the apples and the man power!

Mickey lunchbox pinDisney Character Lunchbox Pins: Okay everyone, these are about the most adorable things I’ve seen in a long time. There are lunchboxes for Mickey (shown), Chip and Dale, Stitch, Minnie, and Tinkerbell. Each have a hinged opening so you can see what’s inside! Wait ’til you see what Stitch is having for lunch…

chocolatesLeonidas Belgian Chocolates: Special Edition Mickey Mouse Chocolate Assortment Box: These look so delicious as I’m sitting here after an hour at the gym… (P.S.: If you’re hungry, do NOT click on that link and read what the fillings are on those chocolates.)

gift towerDisney Mickey Mouse Deluxe Holiday Gift Tower: Three boxes decorated with Mickey and friends sounds great, but I know you want to hear what’s inside! Here’s the list:
* 6.0 oz. Chocolate Drizzled Popcorn with Nuts
* 3.0 oz. Peppermint Bark
* 3.0 oz. Chocolate Covered Bing Cherries
* 3.0 oz. Shortbread Fingers
* 2.1 oz. Chocolate Covered Grahams

For the other two posts in this series (e.g. more gift ideas!), click here: Disney Foodie Friday Week 1 or here: Disney Foodie Friday Week 2

Send Your Suggestions for Disney Food Gifts!
If you see any fun Disney foodie gifts, let me know so that I can highlight them for other Disney Food fans! You can contact me via twitter, facebook, or email. Looking forward to your suggestions! :-)

Please note: By making purchases via certain links, a tiny percentage of what you spend goes toward supporting the Disney Food Blog. This week, links 1, 2, 4, and 5 will return that benefit.

Disney Foodie Gifts, Part 2

It’s Friday again, which means our “Foodie Black Friday” gift guide continues with Part 2 this week! Still wondering what to get for that Disney Foodie in your life? Well, our Disney Food Blog t-shirts aren’t ready yet, so maybe one of these options will be a good stand-in! (If these don’t float your boat, check out our first Disney Foodie Gifts post for more inspiration!)

disney pez

Pez Disney Mickey Assortment Candies – 12 Pieces: This is the “best gift ever” for your Pez-collecting friends, or just for those of us who loved this treat as kids. FYI: Amazon has pez refills for sale, too.

pooh

Disney Winnie The Pooh Hundred Acre Treats Ceramic Kitchen Canister: This is an adorable addition to any grandma’s kitchen. Or bachelor son’s kitchen if he likes Winnie the Pooh.

double bubble

Fruit Dubble Bubble Candy Wreath With Disney Princess Ribbon: Yum! Bubble gum, ribbons, and princesses for your favorite little princess! This will be fun for the holidays or year round…although I don’t expect it to last that long!

magic-kitchen

The Disney Magic Kitchen Cookbook by Stephanie Karpinske: This is basically 128 pages chock full of your kids’ favorite Disney characters, end-to-end pictures, fun activities, and healthy eating ideas. Dory and Nemo’s Breakfast Cookies and Buzz’s Blast Off Burritos are just a couple of the interesting dishes you’ll be making together.

tinkerbell

Never Met A Chocolate I Didn’t Like Disney Tinker Bell Figurine: A fun, sassy figurine for that Disney foodie in your life who loves both Tinkerbell and chocolate!

pixiedust

Pixie Dust Pictures has two fun photos of Disney World’s Crystal Palace Restaurant. Be sure to stop by the site and check them out if you’re an MK restaurant fan! Be sure to use code “santa” when you check out to get 20% off!

Send Your Suggestions for Disney Food Gifts!
If you see any fun Disney foodie gifts, let me know so that I can highlight them for other Disney Food fans! You can contact me via twitter, facebook, or email. Looking forward to your suggestions! :-)

Please note: By making purchases via certain links, a tiny percentage of what you spend goes toward supporting the Disney Food Blog. This week, the first five links will return that benefit. Thank you for reading!