All the Disney Princesses amount to quite a few Disney movies. There’s Jasmine from Aladdin, Cinderella from well, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty from the movie of the same name, Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Beauty from Beauty and the Beast and even Ariel from The Little Mermaid. Most recently joining the group is Princess Fiona from Shrek. So there are plenty of Princesses for your guests to come dressed up as.
A Disney Princess party menu should be elegant, refined and well, just made for the kids! Bubbly Jell-o is on the menu for this party. Jell-o makes a special Jell-O mix for champagne, but to make this item kid friendly you can simply opt for club soda or flavored sparkling water when it says to add the champagne. Also on the party menu are mini quiches and Be-deviled Eggs. Top off the food platters with fun and yummy Taquitos with a cheesy quesadilla dip.
Be-deviled Eggs are a yummy and filling treat for the Disney Princess party or even a family labor day picnic. You’ll need; four boiled eggs, mustard, mayonnaise, onion, pickle relish, salt, pepper, and chili power or hot sauce. Slice open the boiled eggs and remove the yellow yolks. Squirt a small amount of mustard and a small amount of mayonnaise in a bowl with the yolks. Its better to ere on the side of caution and use less of the liquid ingredients when starting, because you can always add more later. However, few people enjoy a runny deviled egg. Mush together into a smooth paste. Add diced onions, diced pickles, and about a half teaspoon of salt and pepper, and a few dashed of chili powder or hot sauce. Mix together until smooth and spoon back into the boiled egg white halves. Serve at room temperature for a delicious Disney Princess treat. Have a great party and keep lots of paper plates on hand!