Nothing More Inspiring than Disney Princesses as Hotdogs
Craving some Disney magic? Just take a pointer from Anna Hezel and Gabriella Paiella and make a disney princess hotdog. Whipping up one of these creative snacks might just satisfy your Disney hunger for a while and it’s a whole lot cheaper than a trip to Disney Land.
This quirky hotdog tutorial was created by the Anna Hezel and Gabriella Paiella of the food website LuckyPeach when they realized that Disney Princesses had been “reimagined” in pretty much every way possible, except for hotdogs.
“With that in mind, we put our heads together and thought about what kinds of Disney princesses would inspire us the most,” the ladies write on their website. “And obviously we thought of hot dogs. Disney has never created a princess who was a hot dog (dumb, in our opinion). Imagine if all of their princesses were hot dogs. So inspiring. Wow.”
The tutorial covers how to make a Rapunzel, Ariel, Belle, and Pocahontas hotdog. And the resemblance between the hotdog princess and original princess is surprisingly strong. Just take a look below!
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