Big Hero 6: The Series – Back in Action! is coming home to DVD on June 26th! Who needs some Baymax S’mores to celebrate?! Is your family a Big Hero 6 fan?
Our kids love Baymax and his friends and my husband and I have always loved the positive messages that Big Hero 6 gives to kids. Hiro is relatable in his frustrations and growth in his teenage years.
We see him learn from his mistakes and how to control his anger and frustrations. With friends and family that lift him up, Hiro learns time and time again (often the many times we need to, too) to look for a different angle.
Big Hero 6: The Series – Back in Action! begins just before the end of the movie, Big Hero 6, when Hiro is finds the chip Tadashi designed to create Baymax.
In the series, we watch Hiro’s struggles to rebuild Baymax and the adventures in San Fransokyo as the legendary superhero team Big Hero 6 fight to protect it.
Details of the DVD
- Baymax Returns (44-minute Disney Channel Television Movie)
- Fred’s Bro-tillion
- Issue 188
- Big Roommates 2
- Failure Mode
- Muirahara Woods
- Food Fight
Bonus Features: 6 Bonus Shorts
- Baymax and Hiro
- Baymax and Wasabi
- Baymax and Go Go
- Baymax and Fred
- Baymax and Honey Lemon
- Baymax and Mochi
My kids already love S’mores. We enjoy an evening at the fire pit roasting them together. These would also make great treats at Big Hero 6 birthday parties or create favors by adding them to “S’more Kits” that guests can take home.
When they saw me creating these Baymax S’mores, their excitement for roasting S’mores together grew. There is something about these S’mores that just make things sweeter.
How to Make Baymax S’mores
- Taking your marshmallow, grip it from both sides to steady it.
- Using the Wilton Black Food Writer Edible Ink Marker, create Baymax eyes on the front of the marshmallow.
- Create the eyes by pressing down and using a circular motion to create the eyes and carefully trace a line to connect them.
- Even out the eyes as necessarily.
- Build together your S’mores and enjoy!
Will the Edible Ink Smear?
Be sure to let it dry for a few minutes before picking up the marshmallow to serve. The ink should not smear after settling.
Will the Edible Ink Stain Skin or Clothing?
I would be cautious around clothing but I did not notice an excessive amount of ink around our teeth and mouths when we ate these. I am sure things could get messy fast but there weren’t any markings on our hands or face.
What if My Edible Writing Pen Isn’t Working?
Try using a piece of paper or wax paper to press down on. If the edible ink doesn’t easily flow, it might be time for a new pen. If you are looking for colors that are vibrant for other projects, try the neon kind. The colors show up much better.
Have fun enjoying Big Her 6 the Series: Back in Action! with these Baymax S’mores and your family. Like I said before, our kids love Big Hero 6 and they have been watching the new series together.
Baymax S’mores will bring everyone outdoors after watching the series to enjoy family time together. Just like everyone enjoys coming together in Big Hero 6.
Wilton Black Food Writer Edible Ink MarkersHow to Make Baymax S'mores
Taking your marshmallow, grip it from both sides to steady it.
Using the Wilton Black Food Writer Edible Ink Marker, create Baymax eyes on the front of the marshmallow.
Create the eyes by pressing down and using a circular motion to create the eyes and carefully trace a line to connect them.
Even out the eyes as necessarily.
Build together your S'mores and enjoy!
More Disney Themed Food Ideas:
- Mickey Mouse Krispie Treats When You Can’t Get to Disney
- Black Panther Inspired Cupcakes
- Spaghetti Cupcakes; Lady and the Tramp Movie Night