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20 Disney Movie Foods to Eat in 2014

Disney is pretty good at making magic, which is probably why the food in all of their movies looks extra delicious.

That it’s animated matters little, considering a lot of it is created in real-life kitchens at restaurants throughout both Disney Parks.

So go ahead and rev up your pixie-dusted palate with these 20 drool-worthy dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner that will have you rethinking your food-reducing New Year’s resolutions:

  • Food, Glorious Food! 1 of 21
    20-Disney-movie-foods-to-eat-in-the-New-Year

    You're going to want to eat all of these.

  • Agrabah Bread 2 of 21
    Aladdin

    No idea how Aladdin managed to find a French baguette in the middle of the marketplace, but we're not picky. Fresh bread always wins.

  • Beast Buffet 3 of 21
    Beauty-and-the-Beast-Be-Our-Guest

    Beef ragout, cheese souffle, pie and pudding en flambe ... pretty sure we'd be comfortable sampling the entire culinary cabaret.

  • Sweetheart Spaghetti and Meatballs 4 of 21
    Lady-and-the-Tramp

    Obviously meant to be shared, each saucy, al dente bite automatically makes for a bella notte.

  • Peruvian Spinach Puffs 5 of 21
    The-Emperors-New-Groove-Kronk

    If these are anything like spanakopita, gimme!

  • Remy’s Ratatouille 6 of 21
    Ratatouille-Remys-Ratatouille

    Onions, zucchini, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers - c'est bon! 

  • Classic Stuffed Crab 7 of 21
    The-Little-Mermaid

    Les poissons, les poissons, how I love les poissons.

  • Yumbo Gumbo 8 of 21
    The-Princess-and-the-Frog-Tiana

    Tiana's homemade Gumbo brings everyone in the neighborhood to the yard. It's strictly BYOB, so be sure to bring your own bowl.

  • French Omelette 9 of 21
    Ratatouille-Remy

    Eggs, butter, cheese, herbs -- it's what makes up a classic French omelette. Who wants two, fellow omnivores? Oui sure do. Heh.

  • Beary Good Hot Cross Buns 10 of 21
    BRAVE

    Fresh-baked frosted goodness from the kitchens of Dunbroch. Sounds a lot yummier than haggis. Sorry. Not sorry.

  • Wonderland Tea 11 of 21
    Alice-in-Wonderland-Tea-Party

    You know this has to be better than regular tea. Mainly because it's mad. And tastes of topsy-turvy wonder.

  • Pirate Rum 12 of 21
    Captain-Jack-Sparrow-Rum

    This is no ordinary rum. It's dark and inky like Captain Jack's guyliner. But swig some quick before it disappears. Why is the rum always gone?

  • Grand Prix Wasabi 13 of 21
    Cars-2-wasabi

    Just don't mistake it for pistachio ice cream. Mater knows.

  • Monster Sushi 14 of 21
    Harryhausen-Monsters-Inc

    This is so meta. Two words: tako nigiri.

  • Pudge Peanut Butter 15 of 21
    Lilo-and-Stitch-Pudge

    Everything from Hawaii is delicious. Promise.

  • Nice Raspberry Ice 16 of 21
    Mary-Poppins

    If it's anything like sorbet, we're in.

  • Sleeping Beauty Buttercream Cake 17 of 21
    Sleeping-Beauty-flora-cake

    It probably tastes much better than it looks. We're absolutely willing to find out.

  • Perfectly Grumpy Pie 18 of 21
    Snow-White

    Not sharing.

  • Man-Catching Beignets 19 of 21
    The-Princess-and-the-Frog-Tiana-Beignets

    Man, woman, amphibian... it doesn't matter, since these honey-drizzled, powered sugar-dusted pillows of doughy goodness leave everyone who eats them spellbound.

  • Really Good Grey Stuff 20 of 21
    Beauty-and-the-Beast-grey-stuff

    You have to try the grey stuff. It's delicious. Don't believe me? Ask the dishes! They can sing, they can dance, after all... well, you know.

  • Hundred Acre Wood Honey 21 of 21
    Winnie-the-Pooh

    Organic and sustainably harvested, this would probably happen to us too if we tried to reach that last little smackerel with our faces.

Photo credits: Disney Pictures

One Mom MediaTravelhound Pilar wouldn’t mind being at Walt Disney World eating the ears off a Mickey ice cream bar right about now. But, since she can’t be at her “second home” year round, she curates happy thoughts on Disney Social Media Magic, a virtual springboard where breaking news and other Disneyfied thingamabobs are shared. For more mouse-minded geekery, join Pilar on FacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram and personal site, One Mom Media.

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