Tangled has become one of my favorite Disney movies of all time. I’m not sure whether it’s Rapunzel’s amazing perseverance or the music or just how plain beautiful the movie is. Whatever it is, I knew that I wanted to have a Tangled-themed quarantine birthday this year. Thankfully, no one in my house seemed to mind one bit. I mean, why should they?
We prepped for the birthday by making the Tangled Paper Lanterns and hanging them up. We kept the colors to pink and purple to match the colors in the movie. Using simple construction paper and some printed out stickers (made from the free download on the original post), we had lots of fun doing these.
Dinner was served! My kitchen became The Snuggly Duckling as we made a family favorite: Bean & Bacon Soup. This seemed like something Flynn and Rapunzel would be able to order at the little tavern if they hadn’t only had time for a song and an escape in the movie. This recipe is so simple and always a crowd pleaser.
For a movie snack we had Rapunzel’s Chocolate Chip Cookies. As she sings, “When Will My Life Begin”, we witness a whole lot of baking. This is my go-to chocolate chip cookie recipe. I have used it for over ten years and it has yet to fail me.
It was my birthday, so we had cupcakes: lemon cupcakes with blackberry cream cheese frosting. If you want the recipe, I can’t take credit. Visit Sally’s Baking Addition.
Over all, since I couldn’t be at any of the Disney parks, I’d say it was the
BEST DAY EVER.
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