Oh, and we can’t forget the ridiculously cute Baby Yoda Romper we also saw this morning! That thing is a HOOT!
Well, we’ve been staying home for weeks. So you can bet it didn’t take long for much of the Disney Food Blog team to cave and buy Animal Crossing New Horizons on Nintendo Switch. Can you BLAME us? We need an escape. Where better to escape to than a deserted island where you’re unendingly indebted to a small cartoon raccoon?
That might sound a little strange if you’ve never played the Animal Crossing games. In the game, that cartoon raccoon is named Tom Nook and he’s your best friend when it comes to turning a deserted island into a bustling paradise. We’re still working on our islands but a BIG concern of ours has been how to bring some Disney magic to the little lands. One big way? You can DRESS your Animal Crossing character in INFINITE DISNEY OUTFITS.
We’ve really been in the collecting spirit this year from the Minnie Mouse: The Main Attraction Collection!
shopDisney has announced another collection that will debut this weekend! It will feature some of our favorite Disney princesses and the castles in which they live!
With all of us spending more time at home these days, the simple act of brewing a cup of coffee is something the entire family is experiencing more (and filling the house with the sweet aroma of freshly brewed coffee!). We’ve brought you some recipes on how to recreate Joffrey’s coffee at home, but how can we bring the entire family into this experience?
And let’s face it: not only do we love coffee, but we also love Disney Princesses. So imagine our delight when we saw those two things come together on shopDisney! We spotted one of the most adorable play sets that can get your own little princess into the wonderful world of brewing a cup of coffee in the morning.
Although you can make some eats and drinks to pair with your favorite mermaid film while you play Disney Princess board games, we’ve got an accessory you NEED to pair with your Ariel inspired outfit for the day!
It’s not nautical nonsense, friends! Today, March 29th, is International Mermaid Day (and we’re ready to rock out like a trout and jam like a clam in celebration)!
Since Disneyland and Disney World have both extended their closures, we aren’t really sure when we’ll be setting foot inside the parks again. Buuut, that doesn’t mean we can’t think of reasons to commemorate this special day at home (or when we can finally go back to the Happiest Places on Earth).
Hellllllllo from Disney’s BoardWalk!
We love visiting the BoardWalk — it’s a convenient walk from Epcot, home to iconic entertainment at Jellyrolls Dueling Piano Bar, and has some delicious eats! Recently we’ve feasted on some tasty snacks, such as the Caramel Corn Funnel Cake or the Boardwalk Loaded Chips, but today we’re in the mood for something a little more royal.
That’s right — we recently had breakfast with some of our favorite princesses (and their princes) at Trattoria al Forno! In the past, we’ve thought this was a fabulous character meal and experience — but would we still want to swim with Ariel and bake with Rapunzel after this visit? Keep reading!
We’ve been celebrating the season of love at Disney World right with all the new sweets and treats, but sometimes you got to let your villain side show.
With Villains After Hours taking over the Magic Kingdom on certain nights, it’s good to be bad at Disney World right now, and there’s a new set of merch on its way to Disney Springs to keep the good times rolling.
It’s hard to believe that Disney California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort has been open for almost twenty years. While initially, the park struggled to find its footing in the shadow of Disneyland Park just a hop, skip, and a jump away, the Imagineers were able to go back and sprinkle a helping of pixie dust to give California Adventure a major makeover.
Now we can walk down a re-creation of 1920’s Hollywood to the Carthay Circle Theater, journey under the sea with Ariel, race through Radiator Springs, and hang with our Pixar pals on the pier. What can follow this up? Disney California Adventure’s Vice President, Patrick Finnegan, recently gave some insight into where the park is headed in the future.