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Creative Mom Makes Disney-Inspired Lunches In Order To Get Her Son To Eat Healthy

Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

By Craft Factory

Mar 13, 20195 mins

Creative Mom Makes Disney-Inspired Lunches In Order To Get Her Son To Eat Healthy

When you have kids, you'll find that one of the biggest issues you are confronted with is getting them to eat whatever it is you have laid down before them. Children are incredibly picky when it comes to food and it can become pretty draining for their parents who want nothing more than to sit down to a meal without any further hassle.

That's why some parents will try coming up with ways to ensure their kids have extra incentive to eat the food on their plate. For instance, there are these Food Cubby dividers that prevent different foods from touching each other on the plate - made for the pickiest of picky eaters.

But if you're in the same boat and are feeling particularly creative, you might want to give Laleh Mohemedi's ingenious technique a try. She creates lunches - inspired by animated kids' movies - in a bid to get her son excited about eating healthily.

Here are just a few examples of her work, taken from her Instagram page:

1. Bob Minion from Despicable Me 

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using veal ravioli with carbonara sauce (dyed using blue spirulina) mushrooms and tortilla wrap.

2. Lady & The Tramp

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using spelt pancakes with plums, oranges, and blueberries.

3. Kermit the Frog & Miss Piggy

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using baked potato with avocado, basil, bocconcini, basil, red capsicum, free-range ham, purple cabbage, cheddar cheese.

4. Winnie the Pooh

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using wholemeal couscous with sweet mash, capsicum, parsley, carrots, tomatoes, and mini turkey meatballs.

5. Cogsworth & Lumiere from Beauty & the Beast

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using creamy cauliflower soup and lentils served with spelt bread roll.

6. Scar from The Lion King

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using dahl (lentils) with mash potato and wild rice.

7. Donald Duck

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

A delicious and nutritious Donald Duck Smoothie Bowl!

8. Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using spelt pancakes with blackberries, apple, blueberries, shredded coconut, whipped cream and cocoa cream cheese.

9. Princess Jasmine from Aladdin 

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using noodles with black fungus, yellow capsicum, purple cabbage, pickled ginger, and radish.

10. Prince Eric from The Little Mermaid

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using spelt pancakes with frozen berries, honeydew melon, and peach.

11. Red from Angry Bird

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using strawberries, watermelon, plum, cucumber, flatbread, and back sesame seeds.

12. Sebastian from The Little Mermaid

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using watermelon with Persian feta and Lebanese bread.

13. Abu from Aladdin

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using braised beef, sautéed mushrooms, mash potato, eggs, tomato, and broccolini

14. Disgust from Inside Out

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using kale, spinach, macadamia pesto with broccolini and cucumber.

15. Ursula from The Little Mermaid

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using grilled octopus, whiting, mash potato, oyster mushrooms, brushed with butterfly pea powder, and vegetables.

16. Snow White

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using spelt pancakes with fruit.

17. Sully from Monsters Inc

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using cold noodles with organic eggs, carrots, purple cabbage and radish. Sully has been dyed blue using organic blue matcha.

18. Jack Jack from Incredibles 2

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using crumbed free-range chicken with mash potato and veggies.

19. Goofy

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using roast chicken with wild rice, mash potatoes, broccoli, and tomato.

20. Minnie Mouse

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using black bean pasta with Napoletana sauce, yellow carrots, red capsicum and bocconcini.

21. Chucky from Rugrats

Credit: Jacob's Food Diaries

Made using wild Australian Salmon with mash potato and vegetables (blue pancake was made using organic blue matcha).

Oh, if only we could all be this creative! Which one is your favourite?

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