Can You Match the Food to the Disney or Pixar Movie?

By: Kennita Leon

Remy, the rat, helps Linguini, the chef in training, to create the film's signature dish, ratatouille, when a food critic visits the restaurant. Not to be confused with the name and high presence of rats during the movie, ratatouille is a vegetable dish.

In "Beauty and The Beast," the teapot and her teacup son prepare porridge, which the Beast and Belle have for breakfast. He devours it like an animal, then mimicking Belle, he eats it with better manners.

Miss Piggy is caught eating donuts at her desk by Kermit, Gary and the rest of the gang when they decided to pay her a surprise visit at Vogue. Donuts are fried cakes of sweetened dough and can be filled with jams and jellies.

Upset over her mother's decision to keep to tradition, Merida rides away on her horse and runs into a witch. When she returns home, Merida serves her mother an enchanted cake given to her by the witch. This cake turns her mother into a bear.

When the dwarves discover Snow White asleep on their beds, they allow her to stay in their house after realizing she was not dangerous. One of the many meals she prepared for the dwarves was her gooseberry pie.

In this Greek tale turned Disney movie, Hercules has to prove himself a true hero before returning to Olympus. During his training session with Phil, Hercules walks on a tightrope with an egg balanced on a spoon in his mouth.

While scavenging for robot parts on Earth, WALL-E's pet cockroach stumble on a 700-year old Twinkie, which it proceeds to eat. Twinkies are small finger-shaped cakes filled with cream.

Think of feeding a cat, and one immediately pictures a saucer of milk. In the movie "Aristocats," the butler of a rich opera diva spikes the milk of her four cats with a sedative in order to get rid of them so he can claim the inheritance.

An all-time American favorite, pies are a baked dish of fruit. In the story of Pinocchio, the puppet is convinced by Honest John and Gideon to visit Pleasure Island where he eats pies and ice cream and engage in other activities with other delinquent boys.

In "Beauty and the Beast," Belle receives a warm welcome from the hot hors-d'oeuvres, flambé, tea, champagne, cake, pastry and soup in the musical number "Be Our Guest." Often confused with various sparkling wines, champagne officially refers to wine from the Champagne region of France.

Mike and his girlfriend are out having a sushi dinner when the human child Boo is spotted at the restaurant, resulting in panic from the nearby monsters. Mike has to abandon his girlfriend and fancy meal to help his friend Sullivan hide the human child.

Aladdin and his pet monkey Abu, are chased through the town by guards after stealing a baguette from a merchant. Baguettes are a popular French bread with an oblong form.

When Mike and Sullivan are caught with the human child, Boo, they are exiled into a snow-cold mountain region. There they meet a previously exiled monster who tries to comfort them with snow cones that he made.

Aurora is seen relaying to the fairies about her encounter with the prince while making her a blue and purple buttercream cake for her birthday. Buttercream cakes are made using buttercream - a blend of powdered sugar and butter.

In "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs," cheeseburgers start pouring from the sky like rain when the food machine malfunctions. These oversized burgers contained all the basics of a cheeseburger; cheese, burger, lettuce, and buns.

Coconuts are often considered a wild and tropical fruit and this is how they are seen in "The Jungle Book." In the movie, King Louie eats coconuts, ants, bananas and prickly pears while talking to Mowgli about "the bare necessities."

The evil queen, dressed as an old woman, tricks Snow White into eating the poisoned apple saying to her "Take one bite and all your wishes will come true." Often associated with evil from biblical times, it is no surprise that this is the fruit used to poison Snow White.

A popular fruit, apples are often consumed as snacks by individuals of all ages. In "Pete's Dragon," Pete has seen apples with his dragon friend Elliot, who heats the last one with his flames.

In this twist on the tale of Rapunzel, star character Rapunzel escapes the tower on her birthday and goes on an adventure. During her time inside the tower, Rapunzel had many hobbies, which included baking chocolate chip cookies.

In "The Princess Diaries," average girl next door, Mia, learns that she is of royal blood. During one of her preparation dinners, Mia gets a brain freeze from a mint sorbet.

Mother and daughter Tess and Anna switch bodies after reading a fortune cookie that contained a body switching spell. Fortune cookies despite being portrayed as a Japanese tradition, are in fact American.

A drink often served hot, tea is commonly associated with Great Britain, as are tea parties. At the tea party held in Wonderland, several food items are seen such as the bottled drinks with "drink me" tags, tea and jam which gets thrown in the Queen of Hearts' face.

Sandwiches are a quick and easy snack and can be made using a variety of fillings. In "101 Dalmatians," Cruella's henchmen Jasper and Horace are seen eating sandwiches while keeping watch over the puppies for their boss.

A snack, fast food, and popular street side item, hot dogs are a type of sandwich served with a hot grilled sausage. In "Oliver and Company," orphaned kitten Oliver is tricked by a laid-back mongrel named Dodger into stealing hot dogs from the vendor.

Turkeys are a popular Thanksgiving dish. They may even be considered a Thanksgiving necessity. At the end of the film, the Szalinksi and Thompson families celebrate Thanksgiving with an enlarged turkey using the machine which shrunk the kids.

Kuzco, a self-centered and greedy emperor, was in constant rivalry with his assistant Izma. After being fired by Kuzco, Yzma tries to poison the emperor by inviting him to dinner. Spinach puffs were one of the items on the dinner menu.

Gary, Mary, and Walter stopped at a hot dog stand while on their quest in search of Kermit the Frog. Hot dogs are a sandwich made of buns and hot grilled sausages.

Before becoming a woman, Mulan goes through several custom exercises. Nervous and unprepared, Mulan accidentally spills hot tea on the matchmaker whom she tries to impress to prove that she is ready to marry.

In "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh," Winnie is frequently seen eating jars of his favorite sweet snack, honey. A sweetener, honey is produced by bees using the nectar from flowers.

Spaghetti and meatballs is a popular dish originating from Italy. In "Lady and the Tramp," the two pups are seen sharing a plate of spaghetti and meatballs at a restaurant. The two then kiss when they meet in the middle while eating pasta.

The "Pocahontas" movie is one of controversial background. Many argue that the movie is based on a not so fairytale story. During the Captain John Smith's encounter with native Pocahontas, he feeds her raccoon one of his biscuits.

The movie "Wreck-it-Ralph" is based on the merger of several video games. When Ralph crosses over into Sugar Ru, he makes a new friend named Vanellope. Vanellope makes Ralph a cookie medal as a symbol of their friendship.

Chased by the Huntsman hired by her wicked stepmother, Snow White escapes into the forest and the home of seven dwarves. When the dwarves agree to let Snow White stay with them, she cooks them dinner consisting of apple dumplings, plum pudding, and gooseberry pie.

The movie "Cloudy with A Chance of Meatballs" was all about food. Several food items could be seen, especially when the machine malfunctioned. In "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs," a sandwich ensembles over the Eiffel tower when the food machine goes haywire.

The evil Queen Narissa gives her henchman Nathaniel three poison apples which he fails to deliver to Giselle. Similar to the tale of Snow White, apples are used in an attempt to end the princess's life. The juicy fruits are considered irresistible.

A baked combination of flour, eggs, butter and sugar, cakes are a favorite snack among many. While visiting her sister at work, Lilo ordered a cake, which Stitch promptly shoved into his mouth. Noticing Lilo's annoyance, he spits it out.

In the popular princess fairytale of "Cinderella," Cinderella serves as a maid to her stepmother and stepsisters. Cinderella serves them tea and porridge for breakfast, while their cat Lucifer tries to eat Gus, the mouse.

Considered by some to be a not so delicious vegetable, Brussels sprouts are very popular in Brussels, Belgium. A small vegetable, Brussels sprouts resemble miniature cabbages.

Shortly after jumping into the drawing, Mary Poppins and Bert are served raspberry ice cakes and tea by penguin waiters. As the name suggests, raspberry ice cakes are topped with raspberries.

In the Disney animation "The Princess and the Frog," Tiana, an African descendant, plays the main character and future restaurateur. She is a fantastic cook, and her signature dish are beignets.

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About This Quiz

If you've ever watched a Disney or Pixar movie and seen food, you may have asked yourself why it was there, because, well, animated characters don't need to eat. But the food is there to make the characters more realistic if food isn't one of the most important elements of the movie, as it was in "Snow White" and "Ratatouille." These foods have served as breakfasts, snack, weapons and even ornaments in these movies and we're making them the stars of this quiz today. 

We want to see how well you were paying attention to some of the best foods in certain Disney and Pixar movies. Sure, it's easy to remember Remy's iconic ratatouille or the poison apple that Snow White ate, but can you remember the buttercream cake from "Sleeping Beauty" or the yellow snow cones from "Monsters Inc.?" Well, we're bringing them all back today. And while most of the movies are animated, we did sprinkle in some live-action options just to keep you on your toes. 

So, if you think you remember enough about all the Disney and Pixar movies you've watched, enough to ace this food test, then let's get started. 

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