Take your favorite dishes from the screen to your plate.

By Hayley Sugg

Today is the launch of Disney Plus, the film and TV giant's new streaming service. From classic movies like Snow White to modern series like Star Wars' The Mandalorian, there's sure to be something for the entire family to watch. And while you're getting cozy on the couch for a binge watching session, why not make a batch of snacks to complete the evening? All of our suggested recipes match up with some our favorite Disney features, plus they're kid-friendly for the whole family to enjoy.

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Snacking in the Kitchen

Lady and the Tramp

There's no need to recreate the classic Lady and Tramp noodle sharing scene with these Spaghetti and Meatballs Muffin Bites. Compact and easy to share, these bites are a simple way to help messy eaters stay clean. Eat them while watching the new live action Lady and the Tramp, or the original 1955 animated film.

Ashab

The Simpsons

All 30 seasons of The Simpsons will be available on Disney Plus, which means you'll have plenty of episodes to see Homer Simpson seek out his favorite food: doughnuts. Make a batch of Grandma's Doughnuts to satisfy your sweet tooth, and don't forget the iconic pink frosting.

Keysha

Toy Story

Join Woody and Buzz on their visit to Pizza Planet by baking a pan of Easy Mini Bagel Pizzas. Involve the whole family with making them by setting up a DIY station featuring everyone's favorite toppings.

Chelsey

Monster's Inc.

In case your stomach grumbles during the sushi scene in Monster's Inc., it's a good idea to have a few Cucumber and Avocado Sushi rolls already made for easy snacking. Refreshing cucumber and rich avocado make the perfect balanced filling for dipping into soy sauce or wasabi.

Carson's Mommy

Star Wars

Recreate Princess Leia's iconic hair style with a tasty batch of Classic Cinnamon Rolls. Disney Plus is home to the new live-action Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, along with the classic trilogy and other animated off-shoots. Serve these with a glass of blue milk to complete this space-themed snack.

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