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Cheese and Pretzel Sweepers

Thanks to Disney Magic of Healthy Living for sponsoring this post. Watch their fun-for-the-whole-family new video series Dishes Inspired by Disney and click here to get more healthy, magical recipes inspired by your favorite Disney movies.

 

“And the sweeping and the dusting; they always keep her hopping.”

Poor Cinderella.

It always bummed me out that a broom was her most frequently used accessory. And even though I know how the story ends, I still feel a twinge every time I see her sweeping up after her horrible family (not to mention that cat Lucifer).

But not with these brooms.

cheese and pretzel brooms

No — these adorable sweepers make me smile — especially when I see them fly off the plate when I serve them to my kids and their friends.

Healthy, easy to assemble and a perfect after school snack?

cheese and pretzel brooms

I’d call that a “clean sweep”….

Cheese and Pretzel “Sweepers” each serves 1

Reduced sodium string cheese
Whole wheat pretzel sticks
Chives (optional)

Cut each string cheese in half crosswise; cut each half in half again, lengthwise.

Using a small sharp knife, slice thin strips 3/4 of the way up the length of each piece of cheese – gently “fan” out the strips.

Insert a pretzel in the top of each piece of cheese and tie with a chive if desired.

Mickey Check

The Mickey Check is a tool that makes it easier to identify nutritious choices based on Disney Nutrition Guidelines.

This recipe was inspired by the video for Cinderella’s Dreamy Pumpkin Waffles from Disney’s new series Dishes Inspired by Disney. Check out the video below:

For the full Cinderella’s Dreamy Pumpkin Waffles recipe, visit Spoonful!

 
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