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Happily N'Ever After 2 :: Apple Recipes

All your favorite characters are back for more hilarity in Happily N’Ever After 2, a twisted fairy tale re-telling of Snow White! The DVD sequel to “Happily N’Ever After”, the CGI-Animated movie returns with the Seven Dwarves, Rumpelstiltskin, and the hysterically funny break-out characters, Mambo and Munk. Just like the original, HAPPILY N’EVER AFTER 2 follows everyone’s beloved fairy tales turned upside down in a funny, fast-paced adventure that is enjoyable for the entire family

Check out these three apple recipes to get ready for the release of Happily N’Ever After 2. Each recipe offers a fun, easy activity to do with friends and family. These treats can be made as a family on a Happily N’Ever After 2 movie night. Paired with Happily N’Ever After 2, these recipes are a great way to bond with the kids

Check out Happily N’Ever After 2 in stores March 24th!








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