Guess who’s going back to Disney in just FIVE short days?!?!? That’s right!!! And we kicked off the fun with a Not So Scary Halloween Supper!!
I set the table with all things orange and black and spooky this Halloween season. I had all of the fabric remnants, napkins and serving pieces in my stash so it came together pretty easily.
The Not So Scary supper menu had a Mexican theme. Why, you ask? I have NO idea! I think it must have been the orange and black tortilla chips that I picked up at Target. One thing just led to another and before I knew it I was procuring orange tortillas and dreaming up Disney villain inspired names for the fare. The cute little jack o lantern faces are reusable clings that came in a pack at Target. I just stuck them on my trusty old Starbucks bottles and cut out some mouse ears to finish them off.
We dined on Cruella de Vil Chips & Salsa, Evil Queen Quesadillas, Barbossa Beans & Rice, Oogie Boogie Oreos, and Maleficent Milk. Like the tablescape, the food was quick and easy to prepare.
Needless to say, the littles were beyond thrilled with the whole affair. They had a good idea that we were going, but they didn’t know when and weren’t aware of the particulars. We had so much fun discussing our day-by-day plans over supper!!
*squeals with delight*
DIXIE DELIGHTS DELIVERED
19 thoughts on “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Supper”
Fun, fun, FUN! :-)
Love it! What an inspiration post for me, now I feel inspired to do something special for our family and friends! I may borrow some of your ideas! I think I will bookmark your post and save it in my halloween ideas folder. Thank you for sharing and have a great Disney vacation!
This makes me want to be a kid again! Everything is so festive and fun. I know they will have a blast!
Fun, Fun! I'm going in two weeks with my brother and his family….. can't wait to take in the extra fall events there! Have fun and will look forward to seeing your posts!
I love everything about this post !! Well done Amanda !! Have fun at disney !!
So cute! I bet your guys are over the moon excited! Tell us about the Mickey pumpkins. They are adorable!
Love it! This is so cute Amanda! I hope you have a great time at the Not So Scary Halloween Party! Lucky you!
How fun! I hope you have a great time. I have been following your blog for a few months now and love all your ideas. I am in the process of making your Nevermore canvas and took my image to Office Depot to have it printed. The image did not print very clear so I was wondering if you by chance still had the full resolution size available? I would truly appreciate it! My email is eanderson(at)midwaynet(dot)net
Thank you so much! Diane
LOVE this!!! I know y'all are going to have such a fabulous time! Can't wait to hear about it!
Looks like a super fun dinner! And I am sure you will all have a wonderful time at Disney!!!
Where did you find the tye-dyed tshirts? If you made them, can you post a tutorial?
We went to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween and the kids had a blast! There were no lines and they got to trick or treat throughout the park.
My kiddos would love this! I think I'll be whipping up our own Mickey Halloween dinner in the near future. Have a blast at Disneyworld.
You are beyond amazing!! I feel for the gals your boys marry b/c NO ONE will ever be able to live up to you!
Love it!! Where did you get the Mickey quesadillas or did you cut them with a cookie cutter?
So fun! Have a great trip – I've always wanted to go to Disney at Halloween!
I used a cookie cutter :-)
Awesome Halloween dinner ideas in here. I was browsing and found your blog, and was so happy you’ve got interesting Halloween Recipes and treats! Thanks for sharing and I do hope I could pin some nice photos on my Pinterest boards. Good day!
Where did you find the Mickey plates?
They were at the Disney Store years ago. I regret only buying two!