7/19/17

MICKEY RACE CAR FRUIT SNACKS

Happy FRiYAY! Thanks to Disney Junior I am back with another fun sponsored post. There are two new Mickey & The Roadster Racers episodes on Disney Channel next Friday morning, Mouse vs. Machine and Grandpa Beagle's Day Out! Evan is a huge fan of Mickey Mouse Club House and race cars, so this show is his current favorite. Mickey & The Roadster Racers is a show about Mickey Mouse and all of his classic character pals like, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Daisy, Pluto, and more. They race all around their town of Hot Dog Hills. I love that this show is full of valuable lessons for little ones such as, friendship and good sportsmanship. They make it fun and entertaining getting everyone hooked, including the parents. Am I right? New Disney Junior shows airing every FRiYAY on the Disney Channel morning block (from 6am-10am). Enjoy other fun and educational programs like Puppy Dog Pals, Sofia the First, The Lion Guard, and Elena of Avalor. I have my DVR scheduled in case we miss any show. Don't miss out on all the fun. 

FRiYAY, 7/14– Lion Guard starting @ 8am followed by all-new Mickey & The Roadster Racers and Puppy Dog Pals 
FRiYAY, 7/28- Mickey & The Roadster Racers @8:30am followed by an all-new Puppy Dog Pals 
FRiYAY, 8/11 – Lion Guard @ 8am followed by all-new Mickey and the Roadster Racers and Puppy Dog Pals 

The fun doesn't stop there! Evan and I were inspired by Mickey and the Roadster Racers and created a fun Mickey race car snacks your kiddos can enjoy while watching your favorite Disney Junior shows. They are so easy to make and delicious to eat. Ready, set, go! 

INGREDIENTS 
Apples 
Seedless Grapes 
Rounded toothpicks

STEPS 
1. Wash and prep your fruit 
2. Chop up your apple in quarters and cut each quarter in thirds to get your race car body. I was able to get 10 individual snacks. 
3. Make a straight cut on your apple to remove seeds and hard core. 
4. Place two toothpicks on each end of your apple. 
5. Place one grape through each end of the toothpick. I would recommend bigger grapes then the ones we used because you can still see some of the toothpick. 
6. Add on a checkered flag. We made our own with white construction paper, black crayon, and tape. You can also find a printable online. 
7. Enjoy! 
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Evan enjoyed playing with them for a while before he ate them. Since we made them he has been asking to make them every day! They are so fun to make and I'm telling you the kiddos will love them. Make sure to supervise the kiddos while making them and eating because of the toothpicks. We had no issues. Hope you enjoy! Don't forget to tune in every Friday morning on Disney Channel for new Disney Junior episodes. YAY! 

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Disney Junior

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