Disney releases new recipes from time to time, allowing us the opportunity to make some of our favorite treats at home. We loved this treat from the Halloween party, and if you did too, you can now make it at home!
We’re big fans of trying Disney World recipes at home.
We’ve got recipes for ‘Ohana’s bread pudding, the famous Sanaa bread service, the iconic Dole Whip, and so many more Disney snacks. Now, Disney has released a signature recipe from a closed restaurant that only true fans will know about!
It seems Disney’s waffle ingenuity knows NO BOUNDS!
From Chocolate Waffles With Espresso Mousse to Sweet Potato Pie Bubble Waffles, Disney World is FILLED with griddled treats! Now just in time for Thanksgiving leftovers, Disney has released ANOTHER waffle recipe that’s sure to change your stuffing traditions FOREVER!
We’re coming at you with another Disney recipe today! Satu’li Canteen is one of our favorite counter service locations in Disney’s Animal Kingdom! Located in Pandora, this dining hot spot is home to those awesome rice bowls and crazy otherworldly desserts. Another popular item are those cute little cheeseburger pods!
If you’ve never had these little pockets of deliciousness, they’re basically a steamed bun loaded with all the flavors of a cheeseburger. Sounds strange, tastes AWESOME. It’s one of our favorite foods in all of Animal Kingdom (AND it just reappeared on the menu as an option for adults after only being a kids’ option for a while!). Turns out you can make these yummy snacks at home. (We promise. If we can do it SO CAN YOU!) Follow our recipe below and you’ll be whipping them up in your kitchen in no time!
Looking to bring some Disney magic to your dinner table? Many recipes from the Disney parks are accessible via our recipe page as well as various cookbooks that you can purchase online!
Today we’ll be highlighting three Disney recipes that you can make tonight with ingredients you most likely already have in your pantry!
Thanks to reader Elizabeth for calling our attention to an error in the recipe! We consulted one of our favorite Mickey Cookbooks to bring you the correct details!
One of my husband’s fa-vor-ite dishes in Disney World is this super creamy clam chowder from Liberty Tree Tavern in the Magic Kingdom!
It’s a New England style clam chowder, which means it’s made with milk and ends up creamy instead of brothy in the end. This delicious goodie has been a staple on the Liberty Tree Tavern menu for years, and it’s a guest favorite.
But here’s a DFB Tip: don’t have time for a long lunch? Head on over to Columbia Harbour House nearby to get a similarly delicious chowder fix, counter-service style!
Let’s get cookin’…
New England Clam Chowder
Liberty Tree Tavern, Magic KingdomIngredients (Makes 6 Servings):
1/2 cup celery, diced small
1/2 cup onions, diced small [Read more…]
Sometimes I find a dessert in Disney World that takes my breath away (‘Ohana Bread Pudding, I’m looking at YOU!). And I’ll be honest with you — I really didn’t expect it to be this one!
When I first saw the Oooey Gooey Toffee Cake on the lunch menu at Liberty Tree Tavern several years ago, I ordered something else thinking I didn’t really want “cake.” Man-oh-man did I learn my lesson on the next visit, when I ordered it only because it was the dessert I hadn’t had before. (I know! I can’t believe it, either!) Now, the Oooey Gooey Toffee Cake is included in Liberty Tree Tavern’s all-you-care-to-enjoy menu and you’ll be glad it is!