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17 Recipes to Pair with Your Favorite Pixar Movies

Image source: The Walt Disney Company | babble
Image source: The Walt Disney Company | babble

While we love a good Disney classic, Pixar movies are just as magical. From the emotional moment when Woody and Buzz find their way back to Andy to the epic love story between Carl and Ellie in Up, there are so many reasons to adore these films.

We think a Pixar movie marathon with the little ones is in order. And no marathon is complete without themed snacks! Whether you prefer friendly monsters or superhero families, we’ve found treats that will appeal to everyone’s taste buds.

1. Toy Story | Pepperoni Pizza Dip

Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Babble
Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Babble

We can’t make it through a viewing of Toy Story without craving some pepperoni pizza from Pizza Planet. This cheesy dip is as close as we’re gonna get! (via Babble)

2. A Bug’s Life | Dirt Pudding in a Jar

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Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Babble

Watch Flik and his gang save their colony from greedy grasshoppers while snacking on tasty “dirt” cups. (via Babble)

3. Toy Story 2 | Wheezy Cheese and Crackers

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Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Babble

Watching that adorable squeaky penguin cough up dust made both us and Woody emotional. Pay tribute to the sweet character with a snack inspired by him. (via Babble)

4. Monsters, Inc. | Sulley Cupcakes

Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Babble
Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Babble

While it’s hard to pick a favorite character from Monsters, Inc., we have to say we’re sometimes a bit partial to Sulley. He’s just so furry and looks like he’d give great hugs. These cupcakes look just like him — we’re sure even Boo would appreciate them. (via Babble)

5. Finding Nemo | Under the Sea Graham Crackers

Image source: The Walt Disney Company | The First Year Blog
Image source: The Walt Disney Company | The First Year Blog

Aquatic-obsessed kids love watching Marlin travel across the ocean to rescue Nemo. While they won’t usually take their eyes off the screen, you may get them to take a snack break with these adorable under the sea graham crackers. (via The First Year Blog)

6. The Incredibles | Mr. Incredible Cupcakes

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Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Disney Family

While we may not be able to stretch our arms across the room or lift cars into the air, we sure can bake! Whip up these incredible cupcakes to hold you over until the sequel comes out. (via Disney Family)

7. Cars | Berries ‘n Cream Cones

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Image source: The walt Disney Company | babble

Radiator Springs wouldn’t be the same without the Cozy Cone Motel, where they serve a variety of yummy cone dishes. Make your own, like this berries ‘n cream version! (via Babble)

8. Ratatouille | Ratatouille

Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Just As Delish
Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Just As Delish

While Remy creates all kinds of delicious meals during this movie, we can’t help but crave his final dish: ratatouille. Here’s to hoping our version blows away our family like Remy’s did the restaurant critic. (via Just as Delish)

9. WALL-E | WALL-E Cookies

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Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Disney Family

This little world-saving robot is arguable the cutest Pixar character around. His love for a fancier robot, Eve, and classic ballroom dancing simply warms our heart — as do these allergy-friendly WALL-E cookies. (via Disney Family)

10. UP | Balloon Cupcakes

Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Confessions of a Cook Book Queen
Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Confessions of a Cook Book Queen

We’ve seen many attempts at recreating Carl’s epic balloon house, but this is one of our favorites. It’s whimsical, delicious, and easy to make. We’d definitely have to fight off Dug and Russell for a taste. (via Confessions of a Cookbook Queen)

11. Toy Story 3 | Jessie’s Cowgirl Hat Cookies

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Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Disney Family

After her debut in Toy Story 2, Jessie never left Woody’s side. The third film in the Toy Story saga nearly breaks our heart, but luckily we have Jessie and her hat cookies to get us through it. (via Disney Family)

12. Cars 2 | Mater Cookies

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Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Disney Family

No one is more supportive of Lightning McQueen than his buddy Mater. He’s rusty around the edges, but has a heart of gold. These delicious cookies pay tribute to the friendly, helpful tow truck. (via Disney Family)

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13. Brave | Empire Biscuits

Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Feast of Starlight
Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Feast of Starlight

Despite changing Merida’s mom and brothers into bears, the cursed dessert looked super appealing. We couldn’t wait to get our hands on this classic Scottish dessert. (via Feast of Starlight)

14. Monsters University | Mike and Sulley Cake Jars

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Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Disney Family

Just when we thought our favorite monsters had embarked on their greatest journey yet, Monsters University proved us wrong. We fell in love with the dynamic duo all over again, in their college years. (via Disney Family)

15. Inside Out | Inside Out Junior Mints

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Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Babble

If we’re being honest, there’s no better movie snack than Junior Mints. The emotions from Inside Out inspired us to turn one of our favorite candies inside out — we certainly weren’t disappointed. Even Anger and Sadness could get on board with this snack! (via Babble)

16. The Good Dinosaur | Dinosaur Toast and Jam

Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Disney Family
Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Disney Family

Watching Arlo and Spot snack on berries throughout the film left us craving jam — and what goes better with jam than toast? This dinosaur toast is super easy to make, and the perfect addition for a morning movie viewing of The Good Dinosaur. (via Disney Family)

17. Finding Dory | Dory Marshmallow Treats

Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Disney Family
Image source: The Walt Disney Company | Disney Family

What better dessert to snack on while watching Dory adventure through the aquarium than these adorable, on-theme marshmallow treats? (via Disney Family)

Editor’s Note: Pixar and Babble are both owned by The Walt Disney Company.

Article Posted 3 weeks Ago

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