If you’re stuck at home and missing the parks, Disney recently released a recipe that might help you feel a little less like a Genie trapped in a lamp!
Disney has released lots of recipes to celebrate various holidays. From a sweet potato appetizer for Kwanzaa to villain-inspired recipes that would be great for Halloween, there’s a lot to pick from!
Disney has also released a special recipe for those who may have celebrated Passover this year. Passover is a Jewish holiday and to celebrate Passover, Mickey and Minnie shared a recipe for Matzo! Even if it’s not Passover though, you can whip up some Matzo just to enjoy as a little treat. Here’s how to do it!
The holidays are the most wonderful time of year, and one surefire way to make them even MORE wonderful is by infusing them with a bit of Disney flavor!
We’re pretty sure that food tastes better when you make it with Mickey kitchenware! And, Disney released a new kitchen collection on shopDisney so you never have to make a meal without a Disney flare!
From serving bowls with hidden mickeys all over to an adorable Disney “Home” mug, there are TONS of new kitchen items that feature neutral colors and remind us that there’s no place like h🏰me!
Cooking doesn’t have to be hard! In fact, Dole has partnered with Pixar to spread Chef Gusteau’s message from Ratatouille – “Anyone can cook!” Anyone of any age can cook, as long as they have recipes, inspiration, and fresh fruits and vegetables as ingredients!
Dole is launching their “Now We’re (ALL) Cooking” initiative to invite chefs of all ages and experience into the kitchen to discover — or rediscover — a love of cooking. Today, we are bringing you TEN recipes from the “Now We’re (ALL) Cooking!” collection to show that ANYONE can cook!
We recently told you about new cooking classes at Walt Disney World that take you behind the scenes and into the kitchen with Disney Chefs for a family cooking adventure.
And today, we’re back with tons of details about this hands-on learning experience.
The Disney Family Culinary Adventure takes place in the giant catering kitchens of [Read more…]
DFB readers know that around this time of year, we like to share a few fun gift ideas for the Disney food fans in your life. And if that means YOU, well we think picking up a little something for yourself is just fine. 😉
Last week we shared a few of our favorite ways to celebrate with a Disney Dinner Party! Today, with visions of sugar plums starting to dance in my head, I’m pretty sure it’s time to make COOKIES! What, you too? Great! We can swap recipes!
In the meantime, I can’t think of a better way to get into the spirit of baking and cookie making than by stocking up on all kinds of fun Disney kitchenware that’s made just for the occasion!
Whether you’re holiday shopping for all of those bakers on your list, or stocking up on a few pre-Christmas holiday “surprises” for yourself, check out the cool things I’ve found in the Disney Store online for your bake-apalooza 2012! C’mon — grab a whisk and let’s go!
Polka Dot Minnie Mouse Apron
First, keep your favorite Christmas clothes flour-free with this snazzy Polka Dot Minnie Mouse Apron. At least three people on my Christmas list are getting one this year!
Mickey Mouse Mixing Bowl Set
Next, it’s time to think about your kitchen tools! I cannot get enough of the cool vintage vibe of this Mickey Mouse Mixing Bowl Set. Crafted in durable plastic, the bowls look just like something I’d find in Grandma’s cabinet – or 50’s Prime Time Cafe!
Gourmet Mickey Mouse Measuring Cup Set
Bakers worth their salt know that the key to baking success is precise measuring of ingredients. Do it stylishly with this Gourmet Mickey Mouse Measuring Cup Set.
The ceramic set is special enough to display, I’m thinking. (And they’ll surely stand in when you’re short a teacup or two. DUAL FEATURE!!)
Best of Mickey Mouse Measuring Cup
I was trolling Amazon today and found some rockin’ Disney kitchen products. Now, these are probably wants, not needs, but I thought it was important to share with you nonetheless. So whether you’re collectors, or just curious, here are some of the countless Disney kitchen products swimming around out there… .
Wall-E Cake Pan and Candle: OK, this is just too much fun. I had NO idea that Wall-E had made his way into children’s birthday parties…or anybody’s birthday parties…but apparently he’s there and going strong. I just thought the cake was pretty cute, and I could really go for some frosting right now. (Psst: you can also get the icing food coloring set, should you so desire.)
Disney Ice Cream Maker: You know you want it. It has Mickey feet. And it makes ice cream whenever you want. Any flavor. Will wonders never cease? Besides, Dave of Davelandblog‘s review is five stars on this one.
Spode Disney Christmas Tree 7-inch Cheese Wedge and Cover: I had no idea my cheese wedges needed their own plate and cover. And to think I was about to go into the winter without a season-appropriate version!
Alice and Cheshire Cat Salt and Pepper Set: I would throw a dinner party just to use these. And I’d do all kinds of subtle themeing, like make “Drink Me” tags for the wine glasses and “Eat Me” tags for the dessert dishes. Big, plastic pocket watches everywhere. Centerpieces made from decks of cards and half-red/half-white roses. Stop me anytime.
And there’s much more where that came from! Happy shopping!