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Magical Princess Toast

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Magical Princess Toast will be the next fun food at your little one’s Princess Birthday Party! This post contains affiliate links for your convenience.

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We’ve had enough Princess birthday parties around our house – from Rapunzel, to Aurora to Princess Tiana! Those parties were so much fun to create when the girls were much younger. I loved co-coordinating the cake, food, and decor to go along with each party. My husband coordinated games for the kids to play. If you have little Princess that always seem to need some kind of a Princess party or have an upcoming Princess, you’ll need all the ideas you can get to make these sweet little parties a success.

Princess Toast Colors

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I started off with pink, purple and white but thought of the Disney Princess characters and how they wear other colors than just pink and purple.

  • Rapunzel is purple
  • Cinderella is blue
  • Belle is yellow
  • Tiana is green
  • The other princess are a mix somewhere in between

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Making Princess Toast

I’ve always wanted to try making Princess toast. Growing up, parties such as wedding incorporated sandwiches with pink filling. I believe the white cheese was grated not shredded and food coloring was added to give it color. To me, that was so much fun to eat! These magical Princess toast is not a copy of these Sandwiches I had growing up, but they sure remind me of the idea.

Making Princess Toast is very easy. The kids can help make them. My girls helped me decorate these and had a blast doing so – something about the colors and the sprinkles and the glitter… added to the fun of making them, because these ingredients make everything look beautiful.

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I just love the colors!

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Picture tutorial of these beauties

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Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

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Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

How to Make Princess Toast

You’ll need:

  • Slices of White Bread (or wheat bread)
  • Whipped Cream (in the tub)
  • Food Coloring
  • Sprinkles (we used pink & purple mix)
  • Optional – Food Glitter (our new favorite items)
  • Small bowls and spoons for each bowl

Directions:

  • Divide whipped cream into bowls according to colors of Toast you are making
  • Add food coloring
  • Mix together
  • Paste colorful Whipped cream over bread slices
  • Add sprinkles or food glitter

Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

Princess-Toast-Recipe - athomewithzan.com

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She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness (Proverbs 31:27).

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