Last year, we celebrated Bobunk on Twosday, this year, we’re celebrating it on Kirby Day, because Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe was released on the Nintendo Switch today!
Ladybug made Kirby-inspired hot chocolate bombs, and today was the perfect chilly day to enjoy them!
I made the Kirby mocktail I invented last year…it looked really nice in our pink glasses!
For dinner, we did something new for Bobunk and got Super Gyros, which was delicious and made our house smell like Chicago:
For our Kirby Day dessert, I turned to the new Official Disney Parks Cookbook and made the Grand Californian’s Storytellers Cafe recipe for mini strawberry cheesecakes.
It was nice to have something fun to look forward to in the endless abyss that is February!
Chickadee really enjoyed finding the decorated bollards at Target on Kirby Day last week!
I came up with this drink for Kirby Day, and it’s too good not to share!
- 4 cups white cranberry-strawberry juice
- 12 oz. frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
- 4 cups 7-UP, chilled
- Raspberries for garnish
Mix white cranberry-strawberry juice with lemonade concentrate in pitcher and refrigerate overnight. Stir in 7-UP just before serving and float raspberries on top.
Happy Kirby Day!
The Fab Five, and especially Turkey, have been looking forward to the release of Kirby and the Forgotten Land for a long time. Today was finally the day, and I decided to make the most of it.
We started with pink donuts for breakfast:
We managed to find a Target that had decorated their bollards for the occasion:
I improvised a recipe for a pink Mocktail that was absolutely delicious…it combined white cranberry-strawberry juice, frozen lemonade concentrate, and 7-UP, with some raspberries floated on top:
For dinner we had tomato soup (tomatoes restore Kirby’s health) with Kirby-themed grilled cheese sandwiches:
It was a pretty fun dinner!
For dessert, I made strawberry cupcakes (and I made sure Keeby was represented, too!):
I like finding fun things to celebrate!