Can’t get into the parks?
If you want a little taste of Disney from home, you may want to whip up some classic Disney recipes! Now, we share TONS of recipes with ya, inspired by characters, parks, and holidays. But today, we’re sharing some tried-and-true dishes that we’ve made ourselves. Yup — we’ve tested ’em out and you’ve got to make them, too.
So let’s get started!
Original Carrot Cake Cookie Sandwich from Writer’s Stop
Remember our beloved Carrot Cake Cookie Sandwich from the Trolley Car Cafe in Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Turns out, it has a LONG history — it originated at the now-closed Writer’s Stop! And while the Trolly Car Cafe version isn’t that same classic recipe (womp, womp), we’ve got the OG for ya right here.
This super easy recipe uses cake mix (yup, we said it), but it tastes JUST like the original. 😉 Try it for yourself and enjoy!
Cinnamon Rolls from Main Street Bakery
For another classic treat, how about those cinnamon rolls from Main Street Bakery?! Now, this snack isn’t around anymore — although you can find a similar version at Gaston’s Tavern — but it’s SO good that we still whip it up at home.
We’ve also got some top-secret DFB tips (including handy ingredient substitutions) to make these even tastier than the recipe. They make the perfect breakfast (or late-night snack — whatever floats your boat!).
Tonga Toast from Kona Cafe
If you want more carb-y goodness, you can recreate the Tonga Toast from Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. This is one of our FAVORITE Disney World eats and is an absolute must-try — so we’re breakin’ down how you can make it at home!
French toast stuffed with bananas and rolled in cinnamon sugar (and don’t forget that strawberry compote)?! Yes, please!
Num Num Cookies from Disney’s Hollywood Studios
If you’ve been to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, chances are you’ve heard of (or tried!) a Num Num Cookie. You can snag one of these at The Market — or you can use our copycat recipe to enjoy them whenever you want at home (that means unlimited Num Num Cookies!).
These cookies are fun and easy. And we even tell you how to get those cute little wrappers (and how to add SALT to make ’em taste even better!).
Key Lime Pie from Olivia’s Cafe
Time for a Florida staple! The Key Lime Pie at Olivia’s Cafe (that’s at Disney’s Old Key West Resort!) is a super simple recipe. You only need 3 ingredients for the pie filling! And usual, we’ve got some DFB tips for ya (like where to find Key lime juice at your local grocery store) to help you along the way.
Serve it chilled (after all, that’s the only real way to eat it) and enjoy, friends!
Mickey Beignets from Disneyland Resort
Now, how about some Mickey Beignets?! You can’t get much more iconic than these fluffy, sweet, mouse-shaped treats. And if you’re far from Disneyland (and can’t enjoy them at the currently-closed Disney’s Port Orleans Resort), we’ve got the answer: a RECIPE!
You’ll be able to make 10 jumbo beignets or 2 dozen little ones. That’s plenty to share! Don’t mind us — we’ll just be makin’ these every single day.
Walt’s Chili and Beans from Carnation Cafe
When you’re all finished, you’ll enjoy a tasty mix of tomatoes, chili powder, garlic, onion, and more. After all, what better way to wrap things up than with a recipe by Walt himself?!
Well, now you’ve got PLENTY of Disney food inspiration, right?! Have fun making all these recipes — and stay tuned to DFB for more! We’ll keep bringing ya the latest Disney news.
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Which of these recipes are you going to try? Let us know in the comments!