91 Disney Food Moments Slideshow

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Snow White promises the Dwarfs that she will cook for them if they let her stay, which they get very excited about — "Gooseberry pie? She stays!" The dinner consisted of apple dumplings, plum pudding, and gooseberry pie.

Snow White (1937)

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Snow White promises the Dwarfs that she will cook for them if they let her stay, which they get very excited about — "Gooseberry pie? She stays!" The dinner consisted of apple dumplings, plum pudding, and gooseberry pie.

Snow White (1937)

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Snow White eats the famed poison apple given to her by the evil queen while she’s making a gooseberry pie for the dwarves. The evil queen suggests that apple pies are what makes the men’s mouths water. She tells Snow White that it’s a magic wishing apple. "Take one bite and all your wishes will come true," the evil queen suggests.

Pinocchio (1940)

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Pinocchio eats pies and ice cream at Pleasure Island. "Get your cake, pie, dill pickles, and ice cream. Eat all you can. Be a glutton. Stuff yourselves. It’s all free, boys,” can be heard throughout the park.

Dumbo (1941)

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While the other elephants eat hay, they discuss Dumbos big ears and call them a disgrace. The mouse, his friend, defends him while munching on shelled peanuts.

Cinderella (1950)

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Gus, the mouse, who loves cheese, fights with roosters and birds to get some. Later, Gus hides in the Prince’s tea cup and almost gets hot tea poured on him.

Treasure Island (1950)

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Mr. Arrow gets washed overboard after drinking too much rum and eating Plum Duff, a cake made with rum.

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

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Between the mysterious bottled drink with a tag that reads "drink me," a crazed tea party, and jam getting tossed in the Queen of Hearts face, there are plenty of food moments to go around.

Lady and the Tramp (1955)

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Lady and the Tramp head to Bella Notte where they "order" à la carte and get spaghetti and meatballs. The two pups kiss when they meet in the middle while eating pasta.

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

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The three fairies make Aurora a tall buttercream cake for her birthday while she gushes about the man that she met.

Babes in Toyland (1961)

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Simple Simon, the Pie Man dances with pies.

101 Dalmations (1961)

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Puppy thieves Jasper and Horace have sandwiches while they are keeping guard over the puppies for Cruella. The cat steals the inside of their sandwiches, and when reaching for the wine, Horace grabs the cat by accident and attempts to drink it.

The Parent Trap (1961)

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The girls knock down a table filled with apples, cake, a punch bowl, and sloppy Joes while at a dance, and cake falls onto the camp director. Later, the twins eat ice cream in their cabin after discovering they are related. They even cook veal Parmesan to recreate their parents first date.

Mary Poppins (1964)

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There are a handful of food moments in Mary Poppins. She sings "A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down." Mary and Bert dine after jumping into the chalk painting, and the penguin waiters serve them raspberry ice cakes and tea. The children eat caramel apples during the "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" song. Lastly, Bert, Mary Poppins, Uncle, and the kids have tea while floating in the air by the ceiling and sing "I Love to Laugh."

The Jungle Book (1967)

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King Louie talks about the "Bare Necessities" and eats coconuts, ants, bananas, and prickly pears.

The Aristocats (1970)

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The Butler puts sleeping pills into the cats food in order to kill them so he can get the inheritance money. Also, the cats hitchhike on the back of a milk cart for a bit, before getting discovered by the trucks driver.

Robin Hood (1972)

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Sir Hiss is trapped in a barrel of ale by Friar Tuck and Alan-a-Dale after he discovers Robins identity.

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

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Well, honey for sure — Pooh’s favorite snack. He even sings the "Hunny Song"! Also, Gopher’s lunch consists of summer squash, salmon salad, and you guessed it — honey. Lastly, Christopher Robin throws a "Hero Party" for Pooh and makes him a cake!

Pete's Dragon (1977)

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Pete and the dragon eat apples together; the dragon heats up the last one.

Oliver and Company (1988)

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Oliver is tricked into helping Dodger steal food from a hot dog vendor.

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)

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"I’m on a special diet. No toxic wastes," says the brother to his sister who made breakfast for the whole family, including burnt toast — the dog doesn’t want to eat it either.

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)

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The kids fall into a bowl of Cheerios.

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)

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During Thanksgiving, the two families enjoy an enlarged turkey together, joking they will need a chain saw to carve it. 

The Little Mermaid (1989)

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The chef tries to turn Sebastian into an appetizer during Ariel and Prince Eric’s wedding.

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

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During "Be Our Guest," pastries, cakes, soup, hot hors d’oeuvres, flambé, tea, and champagne all participate in the musical number.

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

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Gaston and his buddies drink wine as they toast to him and his greatness. Because, really, no one is like Gaston.

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

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The Beast and Belle dine on porridge together. First he eats like an animal and then Belle watches with horror. Taking a cue from Belle, the Beast then eats with manners.

Aladdin (1992)

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Abu loves apples and Jasmine almost gets her hand cut off for giving an apple to a little girl without paying for it. Aladdin steals a baguette, and then gets chased by the guards. 

Aladdin (1992)

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Genie "takes Aladdin’s order" when he first meets him during the "Friend Like Me" song.

Hocus Pocus (1993)

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While the witches are learning what has changed since their hay day, they head to a supermarket where Mary squirts white vinegar in her mouth.

The Lion King (1994)

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Timon and Pumbaa show Simba the ropes of living the good life. They teach him how to unwind, relax, and of course, hunt for bugs to eat.

The Santa Clause (1994)

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After arriving at The North Pole for the first time, Scott is brought hot cocoa by Judy, the elf.

A Goofy Movie (1995)

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Goofy eats a pancake short stack at a diner.

A Goofy Movie (1995)

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Troublemaker Bobby is obsessed with string cheese and makes a "Leaning Tower of Cheese-A."

A Goofy Movie (1995)

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Goofy fights Bigfoot for a can of alphabet soup; Father and son eat "Hi Dad soup," Goofys son used to spell out words in the alphabet soup.

Toy Story (1995)

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After losing Andy in a gas station, Woody and Buzz Lightyear hitchhike on the back of a pizza truck and sneak into Pizza Planet, an outer space-themed pizzeria, in order to find him.

James and the Giant Peach (1996)

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The peach has more meaning for James than any fruit would have for anyone else. Its not just something to satisfy hunger, but something that provides James with new friends, like Grasshopper, Ladybug, and Centipede.

Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves (1997)

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While attempting to get to the living room via a bubble machine, the Szalinski brothers end up in a bowl of onion dip.

Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves (1997)

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After Mitch faints due to seeing his miniature Mom and his potassium deficiency, Adam feeds him bananas to revive him.

Hercules (1997)

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During training, Hercules has to walk a tight rope while balancing an egg sitting in a spoon in his mouth. He loses his balance, cracking the egg over Phil's head. It fried thanks to Phil's anger.

Mulan (1998)

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Mulan must impress the matchmaker in order to demonstrate that she is ready to marry, and bring her family honor. However, things dont turn out so well when Mulan accidentally sets the matchmaker on fire and proceeds to pour hot tea in her face

The Parent Trap (1998)

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After pulling a series of pranks that involve honey and whipped cream, the girls are sent to the "isolation cabin." While the two are separated from the rest of the campers, they discover that they are twins, who share an allergy to strawberries and appreciation for dipping their Oreos in peanut butter.

A Bug's Life (1998)

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The ants are terrified of the grasshoppers that arrive every season, demanding food.

Remember the Titans (2000)

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Coach Boone makes an effort to desegregate the mess hall, encouraging his players to choose their meal companions based on position, rather than skin color.

The Emperor's New Groove (2000)

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One of the main characters, Kronk, is a chef who is known for his spinach puffs and fondue. Although hes not the smartest, Kronk finally decides to abandon the villainous Yzma when she claims to have never liked his spinach puffs.

Atlantis (2001)

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Cook finds humor in the fact that nobody likes his food. He encourages the explorers to "come and get a little appetizers, Caesar salad, escargot…" even though his food is actually greasy and unidentifiable.

Atlantis (2001)

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To say goodbye, Cook gives Milo a cup filled with all of the bacon grease that he had collected during their entire journey to Atlantis.

The Princess Diaries (2001)

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Unaware of how cold the green sorbet was, Princess Mia eats a huge spoonful during a diplomatic dinner, and experiences a terrible brain freeze. A few other diplomats followed the Princesss example, out of a place of kindness, also suffering through the cold repercussions of swallowing more than they could chew.

The Princess Diaries (2001)

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Mia enlists the help of a pizzeria while trying to win back Michaels affection when she orders a pizza that has "sorry" written with M&M's on it to be delivered to him.

Monsters Inc. (2001)

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Mike treats his girlfriend to a sushi dinner at Harry Housen's, but the night gets spoiled when Boo, a human child, is sighted inside the restaurant, causing all of the other monsters to panic.

Monsters Inc. (2001)

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The Abominable Snowman sneaks outside to whip up some of his yellow-flavored snow cones when Mike and Sully stop by his igloo unexpectedly.

Lilo and Stitch (2002)

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Most of the food moments in Lilo & Stitch involve cake. While Lilo and Stitch are visiting Lilo's sister at work, Stitch shoves the piece of cake that Lilo ordered into his mouth. Lilo couldnt get too mad, though Stitch spits it back up once he noticed how upset his new friend got. Later on, Stitch bakes Lilo a huge birthday cake.

The Santa Claus 2 (2002)

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Before Bernard gives Santa bad news, he has another elf pour him a cup of exotic hot cocoa, made with Brazilian cocoa beans. Later on, the Santa clone becomes absolutely obsessed with cocoa.

Holes (2003)

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As Holes jumps back and forth between the past tale of Kissin’ Kate and the present story of Stanley Yelnats, food weaves the two stories together. Before Kissin’ Kate started murdering men for their fortunes, she was a schoolteacher. When a black onion seller named Sam offered to fix up her schoolhouse, she thanked him by giving him jars of her spiced peaches.

Many years later, when Zero and Stanley were stranded in the desert as the result of breaking out of the detention camp, the two boys survived on Sam’s wild onions and Kate’s jars of peaches. Zero referred to the spiced peaches as Sploosh. The wild onions eventually saved the boys from starvation and from being attacked by poisonous yellow-spotted lizards who were averse to the onions.

Finding Nemo (2003)

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Although they gave Marlin the nickname Shark Bait, the vegetarian sharks in Finding Nemo are trying to become friends to all fishes, by not eating them. After all, fish are friends, not food.

The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003)

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While visiting Rome with her classmates, Lizzie gets mistaken for an international pop star. Lucky for her, she gets dolled up and waited on. She even has her favorite foods brought to her on platters.

The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003)

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While out to dinner with Ethan, Kate decides to skip the salad and eat some spaghetti and meatballs, instead. As they say, "when in Rome."

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

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But why is the rum gone? Jack Sparrows love of rum will never fade.

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)

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While the girls choose a suitor for Princess Mia, they snack on pear-flavored popcorn, a Genovian specialty.

Princess Diaries 2: A Royal Engagement (2004)

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Although Nicolas is trying to steal the crown from Princess Mia, he takes the time to make the Queen a chocolate souffl.

The Incredibles (2004)

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Things get a little intense at dinner when the kids get into an argument and Mom has to stretch her arms around the table to make them stop.

The Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove (2005)

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The sequel to The Emperor’s New Groove is filled with food moments, since it focuses on the adventures of Kronk, a royal chef. Kronk has been a wiz in the kitchen since he was in diapers — the squirrels loved eating the cupcakes that Baby Kronk would bake for them. As Kronk gets older, his love for cooking doesn’t fade. The chef manages to balance cooking with community service. While he takes his scout troop camping, Kronk falls in love with the other scout leader and tries to impress her with his kitchen skills. However, his efforts fall flat when they end up fighting over stolen eggs and flour instead of harmoniously baking chocolate chip cookies together. 

Sky High (2005)

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Layla finds herself all alone at a Chinese restaurant when Will stands her up. Fortunately, Wills arch nemesis happens to work at the same restaurant and keeps her company. After Layla opens up to Warren about her feelings for Will, he offers her some advice, using the wise saying he found inside his fortune cookie.

High School Musical (2006)

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Singing in the musical isnt the only way to go against the status quo. One of the basketball players, Chad, wants to spend his time off the court in the kitchen, trying "to make the perfect crme brle."

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006)

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Why is the rum always gone? Because Jack Sparrows love for rum still hasnt faded.

Ratatouille (2007)

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Linguini discovers Remy seasoning his stock and freaks out.

Ratatouille (2007)

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Remy teaches Linguini how to make stock.

Ratatouille (2007)

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Remy tries to convince his brother that garbage isn't dinner.

Enchanted (2007)

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Since Enchanted puts a modern spin on the classic Disney fairytale, the famed poison apple from Snow White gets updated. Nathaniel finds it difficult to kill Giselle, since she wont eat the poisonous fruit, even though he disguises the apple in a number of ways. Attempt one involves Nathaniel disguising himself as a street vendor, who sells caramel apples. Attempt two required a bit more creativity on Nathaniels part while Giselle dined at an Italian restaurant, he served her a poisoned apple martini.

Wall-E (2008)

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Wall-Es pet cockroach eats a 700-year-old Twinkie, and lives to tell the tale.

Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009)

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Miley wasnt the only one to ruin Lillys birthday party. Rico pulled out all of the stops for Lillys birthday. He even got a birthday cake for her that was supposed to release sparklers and shoot out a "Happy Birthday Lilly" banner. However, there werent exactly fireworks when Rico pressed the button, just technical issues and a huge mess.

Up (2009)

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During a sentimental moment, Carl gives Russell the grape soda badge that his wife Ellie had given him when they first met many years ago.

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009)

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After the machine breaks down, it starts spitting our cheeseburgers in the form of rain.

The Princess & the Frog (2009)

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All of the neighbors flocked to Tianas house to taste her fathers gumbo. Years later, Tiana still dreams of opening up her own restaurant in New Orleans. She's a talented cook, and the only thing keeping her from reaching her goal is her lack of financial resources. Determined to make her dream come true, Tiana works as waitress serving flapjacks and hotcakes to hungry customers. On Mardi Gras, Tiana gets paid $500 to make her beignets for her friend's party. In the end, Tianas hard work and determination pays off, and New Orleans gets to enjoy her jambalaya, gumbo, and other Southern delicacies.

Alice in Wonderland (2010)

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The Mad Hatter pours a cup of tea for Alice.

Alice in Wonderland (2010)

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The Mad Hatter and the Hare host a curious tea party.

Tangled (2010)

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For a princess who has never stepped foot in the outside world, Rapunzel is very resourceful. When Flynn Rider sneaks into her tower, Rapunzel finds a new use for the kitchen frying pan a weapon.

Tangled (2010)

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Perhaps Mother Gothel isnt entirely evil. Sure, she kidnapped Rapunzel and locked her in a tower for 18 years. However, she did at least try to make up for it by buying the ingredients to make Rapunzels favorite dinner, hazelnut soup.

Cars 2 (2011)

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Technically the stars of this Disney movie are cars, but that doesnt stop them from eating and acting like humans. The cars meet up at a bar for cocktails. Lightening McQueen even has a "usual." Mater mistakes wasabi for pistachio ice cream. The racecars anger the cars that are drinking in a British pub, when they spill their beers.

The Muppets (2011)

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Kermit, Gary, and the rest of the gang pay a surprise visit to Miss Piggy at Vogue, only to find her eating donuts at her desk, embarrassed.

The Muppets (2011)

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Stay away from the kitchen! Swedish Chef made quite the mess while preparing food for the Muppets.

The Muppets (2011)

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While on a quest to find Kermit the Frog, Gary, Mary, and Walter pass by a sign that provides people with a map to Hollywoods homes, and instead stop at a hot dog stand.

Brave (2012)

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Family dinners are big for this Scottish family. Also, Merida receives a cake from a witch because she wants to change her mother. When her mother eats the cake, she turns into a bear. Later, her triplet brothers get into the cake and turn into bear cubs.

Tuck Everlasting (2002)

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The Tuck family has been drinking water from a spring for centuries that keeps their family young forever.

Freaky Friday (2003)

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There is more to these fortune cookies than proverbs and lucky numbers. After Anna and her mother tore open the cookies, they switched bodies.

Meet the Robinsons (2007)

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Wilbur makes Lewis wear a hat made of fruit when they travel to the future because he said Lewis' blonde hair would give him away as a human from back in time.

D3: The Mighty Ducks (1996)

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When meeting the varsity hockey team at their new high school, the ducks get stuck with the bill at a celebratory dinner. They got the message via a three tiered cake.

Pocahontas (1995)

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Meeko ate cherries that belonged to Governor Ratcliff's dog.

The Chronicles of Narnia: the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005)

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The children eat dinner with the groundhogs in their home.

The Lion King (1994)

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Might be a stretch for food, but Looks like the hyena was planning on having Timon and Zazu for dinner, until Pumba stepped in to save the day.