Perfect for fans of Toy Story and Goldfish Crackers®, this Disney Pixar Toy Story lunch is filled with Toy Story-inspired eats and new Toy Story Goldfish® Crackers!
DISCLOSURE | This post has been sponsored by Goldfish® Crackers. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Toy Story Lunch
Hi friends! Do you have any Toy Story fans in your household? Well, we do. In fact, it’s all five of us in the Sneed family. My older boys grew up with Toy Story; my oldest even had a Toy Story-themed toddler room! So you know they’re excited about Toy Story 4 coming out June 21st. And now, even our little guy is obsessed with Buzz Lightyear; it’s just too cute and an obsession I’m willing to support. Naturally, I was 100% on board when I found out that Goldfish Crackers were coming out with NEW Special Edition Disney∙Pixar Toy Story 4 Goldfish® Crackers! Because not only do my kids love Toy Story but they LOVE Goldfish Crackers! So in a bit, we’re going to share the cutest little lunch we created around new Special Edition Disney∙Pixar Toy Story 4 Goldfish® Crackers.
Toy Story Goldfish Crackers
Let’s be honest, we all love Goldfish Crackers in our house. They are always baked with real cheese, have no artificial flavors or preservatives, and are color sourced from plants—something that’s important for us mamas who have to watch out for those pesky food dyes! All around, Goldfish Crackers are a snack you can feel good about serving your kids. And now featuring Woody and Buzz Lightyear? These Toy Story Goldfish Crackers are out of this world!
Toy Story Lunch Components
Now let’s get down to business! For our Lunch we included:
- NEW Special Edition Disney∙Pixar Toy Story 4 Goldfish® Crackers
- Grilled cheese sandwich
- Green grapes (with one sporting some cute alien eyeballs)
- Carrot slices
How to Make a Toy Story Lunch
Woody’s Lunchbox Grilled Cheese
First, before assembling the lunch, we whipped up a grilled cheese sandwich with garlic butter, provolone and cheddar cheese (inspired by the grilled cheese sandwich you can find at Woody’s Lunchbox in Toy Story Land).
Green Alien Grapes
Once the sandwich was done, I added three candy eyeballs to a large green grape using a toothpick and just a dab of white icing. You could also use honey or marshmallow fluff if you have those on hand to help the eyeballs stick to the grape!
Sheriff Star Carrots
Then, using a small star-shaped cutter, I cut out small stars from carrot slices. So cute! I added in a couple cookies for a sweet after-lunch treat.
Toy Story Goldfish Crackers
But the snack that ties the whole lunch together? The adorable Toy Story Goldfish Crackers! I love the Woody and Buzz faces; they’re just so much fun.
And with that, you have one fun and festive Toy Story Lunch that any kiddo is sure to love!
So, what do you think? Do you have a Toy Story fan in your home that would love a lunch like this? Be sure to stock up on NEW Toy Story Goldfish Crackers and create fun Toy Story-themed lunches and snack times of your own!