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And, what better way is there to do that than making some delicious Disney recipes right from your kitchen at home?? Whether you’re looking for something savory or sweet, we’ve got plenty of eats and treats for you to make! (You’ll even make Chef Mickey proud!)
Uncle Walt’s Chili
Beef, pinto beans, and veggies? This sounds like chili heaven!! And, this version of the dish just happened to be Walt Disney’s favorite meal! While you can find it seasonally at the Plaza Inn and the River Belle Terrace, now you can make it all year long at home!
Fried Endorian Tip-Yip
We LOVE cheese here at DFB, and the Nudel Gratin is a mile high creamy mac and cheese from Sommerfest in Epcot that you’re going to want to eat for days at a time! Just make sure that there’s enough to share with your family (since you might want the whole thing to yourself)! 😉
We couldn’t make this list without including one of the most iconic Disney treats around! While you can find Mickey Waffles in both mini and jumbo sizes in the parks, you can choose which way you want to bake up your own version with this exact recipe. Honestly, mixing up these Mickey Waffles is as easy as saying “Oh boy!” (so you might want them multiple times this week).
While Mickey Waffles might be a great choice for breakfast, the Cinnamon Rolls from the Main Street Bakery are fluffy, cinnamon-y, and topped with the sweetest icing. So, basically, they could make any morning a great one!!
French toast is tasty and all, but have you had the Tonga Toast from Kona Cafe?! The thick slices of sourdough bread are stuffed with bananas and then fried to a beautiful golden brown before being rolled in cinnamon sugar. Yeah, we totally think this recipe is worth all that carb-y goodness!!
Banana Fosters Bread Pudding
The Bread Pudding with Bananas Foster Sauce at ‘Ohana in the Polynesian Resort is one of the BEST desserts in all of Disney World! And, you can make it at home to share with your loved ones while you relax at the kitchen table!
Jack Jack’s Num Num Cookies
Buttery cookie and delicious chocolate chips? No wonder Jack Jack loves these cookies! Now, if we could only get some of those AWESOME superpowers from eating a Num Num Cookie…
Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake
The “cake” part of the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake isn’t exactly the case since this bad boy is more of a crispy chocolate chip cookie filled with gooey toffee on the inside. And, we can tell you it’s one of the BEST desserts we’ve had at Liberty Tree Tavern (or Magic Kingdom in general)!
And, for all those grown-ups out there who are missing sipping on a cocktail while strolling through the parks, we’ve got you covered!! You can mix up the Aguacate, or the Avocado Margarita, from La Cava del Tequila in Epcot right from your kitchen. Now, we just have to decide what Disney+ show we’re going to binge while we sip on it! 😉
Get those pans and baking dishes ready ’cause we’re about to cook up a storm!
Wondering what Disney recipes you can recreate with items you ALREADY have at home? Check out a few here!
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What recipe are you looking forward to making the most? Let us know in the comments below!