Listen, we really like food. Especially Disney food (obviously…it’s in our name). Unfortunately, it’s not possible to live IN Disney World, despite Walt’s original EPCOT concept, so we can’t eat Disney food all the time.
For those days when you could use a little Disney in your day, try one of these simple Disney snacks that only require a few ingredients!
If you aren’t familiar, Bob Gurr is a Disney LEGEND! Ever admired those vintage cars on Main Street? You can thank Gurr! He helped design the old cars and double-decker buses on Main Street, U.S.A. Gurr also worked on the ride vehicles for some classic old Disney attractions, including the Haunted Mansion Doom Buggies, and even helped design Disney’s first Animatronic human: Abraham Lincoln!
Lucky for us, Bob Gurr is also responsible for creating a super refreshing little cocktail called the GurrTiki!
Click here to make the GurrTiki!
The best part is that you can make a non-alcoholic version for little ones!
They’re warm, they’re sweet, you can dip them in CHOCOLATE…what more could you ask for?! Disney churros are one of the most famous Disney snacks out there, and now you can make them at home! Fun fact: Disneyland churros aren’t actually made in Disneyland, they use premade churros from the Tio Pepe brand!
The best part about this recipe? You only need four ingredients (plus a few spices) to make these churro bites! Or, you could cheat and buy the premade churros like they do in Disneyland. 😉
Click here to learn how to make churro bites at home!
We recommend buying (or making) some chocolate dipping sauce to go with it! You can’t have a churro without some dip, after all.
Baby Yoda Deviled Eggs
These little eggs are cute and creative! This snack isn’t sold anywhere in Disney World, but they’re too fun not to show you.
Although these deviled eggs may look a little intimidating, they’re actually pretty simple!
Click here to make the cutest deviled eggs in the galaxy!
Kids and Star Wars fans alike are sure to love this Baby Yoda snack, making it a WIN for us.
Joffrey’s Chai Tea Latte
Joffrey’s serves some of the best coffee in Disney World (some even prefer it over Starbucks).
If you’re craving a sweet morning beverage, try this chai tea latte recipe!
Click here to learn how to replicate Joffrey’s Chai Tea Latte!
You’re going to need the official Joffrey’s Chai Tea for this, which you can buy here!
Ah, Dole Whip. Our old favorite. Disney’s Dole Whip is basically an Adventureland icon, but you don’t have to venture all the way to the Magic Kingdom anymore!
Now you make some of that sweet Dole Whip in the comfort of your own home! (We’ve even got the official Dole Whip mix to share with you.)
Click here to make your OWN Dole Whip!
Make sure you serve it in your fanciest glass — your Dole Whip creation deserves it!
PB & J Rolls
It’s the best thing since sliced bread: ROLLED bread! We’re passing the Disney snack torch over to California Adventure’s Lamplight Lounge for this simple recipe!
Yes, all you need is some peanut butter, jelly, and bread, but it takes an ✨artist✨ to make these fun little rolls!
Click here to learn how to make PB & J Rolls!
This is the perfect after-school snack or just a fun throwback snack for us adults!
If you haven’t tried Pandora’s cheeseburger pods…do it. We LOVE them here at DFB!
This might seem like a daunting recipe, but it’s actually pretty simple! And trust us, the final result is totally worth it.
Click here to replicate Disney’s Cheeseburger Pods at Home!
Seriously, we’re getting hungry just looking at that cheeseburger pod.
Mickey Mouse Potato Cakes
Potatoes and apple sauce? What?! It may sound like an odd combo, but these potato cakes are so cute they just might tempt us to give them a try! Truthfully, we’ll eat pretty much anything with potatoes; they’re such a versatile vegetable.
The best part about this recipe is that it’s super simple! With only eight ingredients and a few steps, you can try this unique snack yourself.
Click here to find out how to make Mickey Mouse Potato Cakes!
If you wanted to get extra fancy with it, no one’s stopping you from making some cute little Minnie Mouse bows to put on some of your potato cakes…just saying.
Banana-Blueberry “Rejuvenation” Smoothie
We’re transporting you on to a Disney Cruise with this recipe, specifically the Disney Dream’s Senses Juice Bar. Bust out your blender, put on your coziest robe, and relax with a rejuvenating smoothie that’s perfect for a day of self-care.
Healthy AND delicious? We’re already on our way to the grocery store for ingredients!
Click here to make the smoothies from the Senses Juice Bar
If you feel like your body is in need of a little “restoration” we’ve got a Disney smoothie for that, too! A long day walking around the World Showcase will do that to you.
Chef Art Smith’s Chicken and Dumplings
Now, you can put the HOME in Homecomin’ with homemade chicken and dumplings. Chef Art Smith will walk you through his family recipe for Chicken and Dumplings, leaving you with some good old southern comfort food by the time you’re finished.
For those that prefer to be efficient in the kitchen, we have some good news! You can avoid waiting around for your chicken to cook by buying a pre-cooked rotisserie chicken for this recipe. Work smarter, not harder!
Click here for Chef Art Smith’s Chicken and Dumplings recipe!
Is there anything better than chicken and dumplings on a chilly winter night?
Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake
It’s peanut butter jelly time! Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to a highly-themed restaurant called The 50s Prime Time Cafe. The menu is full of home-cooked meals like traditional meatloaf, old-fashioned pot roast, and fried chicken, but one of the most famous things on the menu is the peanut butter and jelly milkshake.
All you need is a retro apron (with a side of sass), and it’ll be like you’re really at the 50s Prime Time Cafe!
Click here to learn how to make a Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake
This is another one of those super simple recipes you can whip up in a matter of minutes; yay for efficiency!
Panko-crusted Long Beans
Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar at the Disneyland Hotel serves some delicious Panko-crusted Long Beans. Luckily for you, we’ve made your life nice and simple with this recipe; you don’t even need to start from scratch!
We used an air fryer when we made our version of the panko-crusted long beans — easy peasy!
Click here for our Panko-crusted Long Beans recipe!
All you need is an enchanted cocktail and you’ll basically have your own personal Trader Sam’s bar right in your house! Anyone got a lei we can borrow?
No Way Jose from Beaches and Cream
You can recreate one of Beaches and Cream’s most beloved sundaes at home? No way, Jose!
It’s true! The No Way Jose sundae is filled with some of our favorite things: chocolate ice cream, peanut butter, and hot fudge. It doesn’t get much better than that, people! To be extra authentic and loyal to the real deal, we even included instructions on how to make your own peanut butter sauce that you can drizzle on top of your sundae! We’re all about accuracy, after all.
Click here for the simple No Way Jose Sundae recipe!
We hope you got a little inspiration from some of our fun Disney recipes. When you can’t drive all the way to Disney World, at least you can eat like you do in the parks!
If you have a Disney World trip coming up and you are ALL.ABOUT.THE.SNACKS. like we are, you may want to pick up our DFB Snack Guides! With more than 800 different snacks available in the Disney World parks, you need to know what’s worth eating, and what’s not. That’s why we created these guides with YOU in mind!
This super-helpful ebook bundle includes photos, reviews, and prices for all 800 of those snacks! (Need to save money? ✅ Have picky eaters in your family? ✅ Looking for the most insta-worthy eats? ✅) There’s something in there for everyone!
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