Disney Dinners: Peter Pan

Can you believe it’s been a whole year since I posted a Disney Dinner? The pandemic sure threw a wrench in my dinner party lifestyle but I thought we could all use some Disney magic so it is with great pleasure that I give you Disney Dinners: Peter Pan. “You can fly! We can fly!…

The Tinkerbell

Inspired by Peter Pan’s sidekick, The Tinkerbell is a sparkly champagne cocktail I know this is a big statement, but The Tinkerbell might be my favorite Disney Dinners drink. It’s just so delicious! It’s only a few ingredients but the combination is spot on, and who doesn’t love a glittery drink? I came up with…

Second Star to the Right Crostini

“Second star to the right and straight on ’til morning” This of course refers to the location of Neverland in Disney’s Peter Pan. In the film, Neverland is a brighter star than the star to its left, so I thought two tasty crostini stars would be a perfect way to kick off Disney Dinners: Peter…

Zucchini Boat Pirate Ships

I mean, what could be cuter! I came up with this whimsical dish to represent Captain Hook at Disney Dinners: Peter Pan but it would be a hit at any pirate party. My delicious zucchini boats have seasoned ground beef, tomatoes, ricotta cheese, and Monterey Jack cheese. I think kids will appreciate this adorable presentation that’s perfect…

Peter Pan Hats

I mean…does it get more whimsical than this? I made this tasty cheesecake cookie dessert for Disney Dinners: Peter Pan and felt like I was dining at Disneyland! This starts with a sugar cookie base. I made a half batch of my favorite sugar cookie dough, though you only need six cookie rounds for this…

Breakfast Cozy Cones

“It’s a great day when you wake up at Disneyland.” Do you ever wake up in the morning wishing you were at Disneyland? Girl, same. This breakfast is the PERFECT way to start the day to have a little Disney magic at home. Inspired by the Cozy Cones at Cars Land in Disney’s California Adventure,…

Must-Have Disney Recipes

To say I’m a Disney fan would be a huge understatement. The Rose Table is best known for my Disney Dinners series. Here are some of my favorite Disney recipes to add some magic to your kitchen! The Grey Stuff My version of The Grey Stuff is cookies and cream whipped cream. It’s delicious on…

Blue Bayou’s Lamb Dinner

Make your own Disney magic at home I can’t tell you how many times I’ve eaten dinner on the screened porch at my mom’s lake house and said, out loud, “This reminds me of Blue Bayou!” The famed Disneyland restaurant is practically an attraction in and of itself. It’s inside the Pirates of the Caribbean ride…

Sea Witch Cupcakes

“Poor unfortunate souls” Could this be a prettier cupcake? Pale purple, almost gray, vanilla cupcakes the shade of Ursula’s skin get an inky pudding center and are beautifully finished with a swirled vanilla frosting in shades of the sea. These will delight any Disney lover looking for a whimsical dessert! This really only takes half…