Top 10 Disney Parks Official Recipes to Make at Home
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Are you missing your favorite foods from Disney Parks?
While Disney Parks remain closed due to the coronavirus crisis, you can still get a little taste of Disney magic by recreating the Parks’ most iconic recipes right at home!
The Disney Parks Blog and the Official Disney Fan Club have been releasing a few fan-favorite recipes online, giving you a way to enjoy their foods at home that could previously only be found inside Disney Parks.
Whether you’re a die-hard Disney fan counting the days until you can return “Home,” or someone who is just looking for something new to try in the kitchen, here are 10 recipes that are sure to satisfy your craving for a Disney-themed treat!
This breakfast dish is a recipe the whole family can help make! Found on the menu at Disney’s PCH Grill at the Paradise Pier Hotel, it’s a perfectly sweet way to start your morning.
This recipe is inspired by the delicious churros that can be found at Disney Parks across the world. They’re a lot of fun to make, and if you eat them while watching the new “Magic Happens” Parade online, you’ll feel like you’re strolling down Main Street USA!
This recipe was created by the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival chefs for Disney’s TRYit campaign. TRYit is part of Disney’s Magic of Healthy Living initiative, designed to inspire kids to try new foods and activities.
We put a Hip twist on this classic Disney Parks recipe with our very own super simple, Stetson-approved waffle iron hack. The results were SO good that this is now a regular meal in our quarantine lunch rotation. If you’re a fan of grilled cheese sandwiches, this is a must-try recipe!
Hip Tip: This Mickey Mouse Waffle Iron is a must-have for any Disney fan!
These fan-favorite beignets can be found at both Disneyland’s New Orleans Square and Walt Disney World’s Port Orleans Resort. Bring a taste of the French Quarter home to your own kitchen when you whip up a batch of these cute mouse-shaped treats!
It is so easy to make your own delicious version of Disney’s famous frozen Dole Whip at home. With just a few ingredients and a blender, you can whip up a refreshing frozen treat that’s perfect for a hot summer day!
Chef Erich from Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa shared his recipe for this all-American treat in honor of National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day on May 15. Whip up a batch at home to celebrate!
This meatless dish from Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a healthy yet filling option for either lunch or dinner. It features dried fruit, vegetables, and fresh herbs for an unexpected but delicious flavor combination. Eat it inside a pita or flatbread or straight from the bowl!
This decadent dessert is a seasonal menu item at Disneyland’s Big Thunder Ranch Barbecue. It’s normally on the menu for just a few months out of every year, but now you can make it at home whenever you find yourself in the mood for a sweet, gooey treat!
Bring a bit of magic to snack time with these delicious strawberry twists, one of the unique treats offered in Disneyland’s Fantasy Faire area. Use fresh strawberries to make the filling, or substitute store-bought jam to make these sweet treats with just three ingredients!