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Tie Your Napkin ‘Round Your Neck for Disney Princesses as Hot Dogs

Disney Princesses serve as the muse for many artists, though not in your traditional inspiring way; usually in an insane, why-is-this-happening sort of way. We’ve seen the princesses as velociraptors, root vegetables, and my personal fave, Disney Princesses as lukewarm bowls of water.

Chef David Chang’s food magazine Lucky Peach takes us to where no Disney Princess art has gone before: Sausage-Ville. No really, these are your favorite Disney Princesses as hot dogs. I agree with the creator’s lament over Disney never creating a princess who was a hot dog. I mean, even Adventure Time has Hot Dog Princess; why not one for the Disney universe?

Now that’s a reality as Rapunzel, Ariel, Belle, and Pocahontas all get the wiener treatment as their fairy godmothers have transformed them into the glorious processed meat products they were always meant to be. There’s even a recipe! Sort of. It’s more of a DIY assembly process.

“For Ariel: Slice two small circles from the outer rings of a red onion. Secure them to her hot-dog bosom with mustard.”

In addition to Ariel’s veggie cleavage, there are dresses made of American cheese and quick swipes of ketchup lips. These princesses don’t need rescuing as they’re all safely nestled into their own bun beds. If one of these frankfurter monarch’s happens to find their prince, they can always have a hot dog wedding cake to seal the deal.

Which hot dog Disney Princess most inspires you? Let us know in the comments and should you decide to make your own Disney Princess hot dog for lunch tag @nerdistdotcom and @justjennrecipes on instagram so we can see your creations!

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