Up-corn, Fast Food, & Mickey Sundaes: Disney Day Dinner

We had to finish our Disney day right! I sent Mr. Mouse to Meijer to pick up popcorn chicken. You can’t have a Disney day without eating fast food at least once.

While Mr. Mouse was out, I whipped up a quick bowl of popcorn with m&ms and dubbed it Up-corn. (1 bag microwave popcorn, popped, 1/2 cup m&ms on top, or more to your liking) The m&ms look like little balloons on a pile of popcorn clouds. We threw in Up and that set our evening mood.

I threw a table cloth on the ground and the girls got to picnic. Somehow, a picnic and movie in the living room seems extra special when you are little!

Sneaky girls ate all the m&ms off the top! Enjoying a picnic of popcorn chicken and up-corn.

While trying to catch a few pictures, I got a few hilarious ones. Carl is seriously looking at my popcorn!
Is Ellie trying to stop Carl from grabbing a handful of up-corn?

We finished the evening off with everyone’s favorite: ice cream sundaes! We added chocolate sandwich cookies for the classic Mickey Sundae.

Whipped cream, caramel, peanuts, and red sanding sugar finished off my sundae.

Mr. Mouse enjoyed his smothered in caramel and whipped cream.

Today was a successful Disney day! The perfect kind of day to get us all ready for our WDW trip in just 19 days! You will see many more posts in the next few weeks as we prep for our trip and updates when we are finally home at Coronado and Caribbean Beach!


If you would like more help planning your Disney vacation, contact our friend Audra, a travel agent with Travelmation LLC, which is an Authorized Disney Travel Planner. She can help you plan the vacation of your dreams at no cost to you!


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