Timon Hula Food Art

Hula Timon food art - healthy disney food art ideas

It’s been awhile since I have taken a trip to a tropical place! So you can imagine I am beyond excited to be headed on a two-week vacation to Walt Disney World and Disney Cruise! My daughter has never been to Disney World, and I’ve never been on a Disney Cruise before. This has been a trip that we have long awaited for, and it’s hard to believe in just a few days it’s beginning! For part of the trip, I’m taking a little internet break, but I will be sure to share all about the trip when I return. To say aloha to the beginning of our tropical vacation, I made a little Timon hula food art:




  • Challah bread
  • Olive
  • Cucumber
  • Purple carrot
  • Orange carrot
  • Radish
  • Optional whole wheat bread crust



  • Use challah to cut the shape of Timon’s body. Use separate pieces of challah to cut the shape of his head, his arms, and his legs.
  • Use the soft, inside part of the challah bread for the lighter parts of Timon’s body.
  • Use an olive or Timon’s nose
  • Use a darker part of your challah crust or whole wheat bread crust for Timon’s ears, feet, and hands.
  • Shave off pieces of cucumber for Timon’s hula skirt.
  • Shave off strands of a purple carrot for Timon’s lei.
  • Cut pieces of orange carrot for Timon’s hair.
  • Use a radish and radish leaf for the hibiscus flower on top of Timon’s head.
  • Serve and enjoy!


This would be fun to make for a Lion King movie night, or even to announce to your loved one that you’re headed on a Disney vacation!

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