When planning a Disney vacation it’s important to plan a well thought out itinerary. This way you’ll be able to hit all your favorite rides, take pictures with your favorite characters and of course, indulge in delicious food. The amount of delicious meals, snacks, and treats Disney has to offer is endless!
We all know vacations go by too fast so we’re going to help you feel like your at Disney even when you’re at home! To do that, simply whip together a delicious copycat Disney recipe and indulge in your favorite treats while reminiscing about your trip. We’ll cover some of the most popular foods such as Dole Whip, Mickey Mouse Bars, and Pot Roast Mac and Cheese. Share these recipes with your whole family so you can all take a piece of Disney home with you.
Dole Whip is one of the most iconic treats at Disney. If you’ve never had the pleasure of trying it, it’s essentially a soft serve with the flavors of pineapple, coconut, and banana!
Thankfully, this recipe proves that with just 4 simple ingredients, you can enjoy this popular Disney treat at home whenever you want! Simply toss the ingredients into a blender, and then enjoy.
Another popular Disney treat is the dipped Mickey Mouse ice cream bars. Once again, this recipe proves how it’s so easy to make your own at home. This recipe will help you create the Mickey Mouse shape as well as a homemade magic shell too.
It’s important to note, that you’ll need a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter and jumbo popsicle sticks to create this recipe. Along with the materials, you’ll also need your favorite tub of ice cream, chocolate chips, and coconut oil. Further, the bars require approximately 2 to 3 hours in the freezer before eating so consider making these treats ahead of time!
The smoked turkey leg is a must-try for many tourists. What’s not to love? This enormous piece of meat is salty, smokey and delicious. Unfortunately, one turkey leg will set you back at least $10 per leg.
While it is totally worth it to splurge when you’re on vacation, you can thankfully make this Disney treat at home and it’ll save you some money too. The secret to replicating the flavor lies in the spices, and the method of cooking, all of which this recipe will share with you!
A true Beauty and the Beast fan will know what the “Grey Stuff” is, but for those that don’t know it’s a reference to one of the lines in the song Be Our Guest, “try the grey stuff it’s the best”. Appropriately, Disney created a dessert to go along with the movie.
This dessert consists of a whipped topping on a cookie. This copycat recipe will help you enjoy this dessert whenever you want or especially when you plan to rewatch Beauty and the Beast. This recipe is so easy and requires simple ingredients such as store-bought sugar cookies, Oreos, and red velvet cake mix.
Bring a piece of Disney magic home with you and surprise your family with delicious and adorable Mickey Mouse waffles. This recipe uses simple ingredients for the waffle batter. Go above and beyond and try the homemade buttermilk syrup recipe that pairs wonderfully with these waffles.
It’s important to note, to create the Mickey mouse shape you’ll need a Mickey waffle iron. Further, this recipe also provides instructions on how to freeze the waffles for later so you can enjoy a Disney treat any day of the week.
Disney World’s Rice Krispie Treats can be found at many locations all over the park. They come in many different flavors, shapes, and sizes. This recipe demonstrates how with a simple Mickey Mouse cookie cutter, you can make your own Disney Rice Krispie Treats at home.
The flavors you’ll be making today are white chocolate sprinkles, double chocolate, and mini M&Ms. Each Rice Krispie treat begins with the same recipe. Then, to make them each unique, they’re either dipped in white or dark chocolate and topped with sprinkles, M&Ms, or chocolate drizzle.
This copycat recipe was inspired by a delicious dessert that was served at Liberty Tree Tavern, in Disney World. This toffee cake has a crispy shell and a gooey center and is topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
This delicious dessert comes together in about 40 minutes and yields 24 servings! This means that this would be an excellent dessert to serve at a birthday party or for any special occasion.
Karamell-Küche is a bakery located in the Epcot Center that serves a range of delicious baked treats. Here you will find the famous caramel S’mores! Whether you missed your chance at trying the real deal or need to satisfy a craving this copycat recipe has you covered.
This recipe requires 7 simple ingredients, all of which can be found at your local grocery store. The Caramel S’mores can be prepared in 35 minutes or less and then you’ll be able to share this delectable treat with the entire family.
Tucked away in Magic Kingdom is a cozy restaurant called, The Friar’s Nook. Here you can try this delicious pot roast macaroni and cheese dish. Or you can quench your savory cravings and make this copycat recipe at home instead.
Surprisingly, this meal only requires about 30 minutes of your time to prepare. In this dish, tender pot roast is surrounded by creamy mac and cheese and you’ll surely be drooling just by the sight of it. Don’t be surprised when your family requests this dinner on repeat!
Mickey-shaped pretzels can be found at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts and they can be found at many locations across the parks. Many tourists love this salty, doughy treat and enjoy them with delicious cheese sauce.
Fulfill your Mickey pretzel craving with this copycat recipe. This recipe is so easy and requires just 6 ingredients. Follow the tutorial to create the iconic Mickey shape and then serve the freshly baked pretzels with cheese sauce!
Surprise your kids with these fun copycat Disney Lightsaber Churros. They’ll love this crunchy treat, and they’ll love the colored sugar even more!
You’ll be happy to learn that the churro batter requires simple ingredients. Once the dough is prepared, you’ll need to use a piping bag and a large star tip to create the churros. Be careful as you’ll be deep-frying the churros in hot oil! Finally, finish the churros by rolling them in a delicious cinnamon-sugar mixture.
Disney always has new and fun treats for their guests to try. One of those treats happens to be these delicious Reese’s Pieces Dipped Pretzels. This blogger shares how she first tried them at Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff in California Adventure. They were so good that she and had to try and recreate them at home.
She successfully replicated the Disney Reese’s Pieces Dipped Pretzels and shares how you can do it too! Better yet, this recipe requires 4 simple ingredients, most of which can be found at your local bulk food store.
Put a little bounce in your step because you’re about to indulge in a delicious Copycat Tigger Tail. This Disney treat consists of large marshmallows dipped in caramel and melted candy. After all that sugary goodness, it’s then sprinkled with orange sugar, and a drizzle of dark chocolate and together these design elements make this treat look like Tigger’s tail (hence the name)!
While this would be a fun treat to try while visiting Disney, they’re quite easy to make at home too. In fact, they’re so easy that you could make them with your kids. Then together, you can enjoy your magical treat.
This copycat recipe is inspired by a sweet slushy beverage from Car’s Land in Disneyland. This beverage consists of sweet apple slush and is topped with a creamy foam.
With this recipe, you can now enjoy this beverage whenever you want! To replicate the drink all you’ll need is frozen apple juice, cold water, and toasted marshmallow syrup. The creamy foam is also made with a few simple ingredients too. Enjoy this refreshing drink on a hot summer day or when you find yourself missing Disney!
Birthday cake fudge may not be one of Disney’s most famous treats, but once you try it you’ll know why this blogger had to try recreating it! This fudge is full of exciting surprises with every bite.
Not only is it incredibly sweet but it’s filled with sprinkles and chunks of vanilla wafer cookies too. Further, there are also pieces of marshmallows and irresistibly sweet white chocolate. Serve this at a birthday party or for a simple treat to enjoy with the family.
At the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe in Disneyland, you can find these delicious Matterhorn Macaroons. A decadent cookie is topped with melted white candy and a dash of sugary sprinkles.
It’s important to note that this isn’t any ordinary macaroon, this recipe contains flour and butter. This blogger explains that it’s as if a shortbread cookie and a macaroon morphe into one delicious treat. None the less, you’re truly going to enjoy this delicious Disney treat.
Much like Dole Whip, Orange Whip is another popular Disney World dessert. This refreshing treat is incredibly flavorful and surprisingly easy to make too.
This recipe requires 4 ingredients and a blender. By blending the ingredients together, you’ll be able to duplicate that airy texture that everyone loves. Once blended, simply pour the contents into a piping bag and pipe into cups.
Corn dogs are a timeless treat! Disney makes delicious corn dogs and this blogger set out to duplicate that same flavor and texture you have come to know and love.
The best part is that homemade hand-dipped corn dogs are actually a lot easier to make than you might think. The trick is to pour the corndog batter into a tall drinking glass and then dip the hotdogs into the batter. They’ll cook quickly in hot oil, however, be sure to be careful during this step as hot oil can burn you!
This copycat recipe is inspired by a delicious breakfast from The Cape May Cafe at Disney’s Beach Club Resort. This breakfast meal consists of a pizza crust that is topped with scrambled eggs and cheese.
To help make this recipe quick and easy, use a store-bought pizza crust. Then you’ll merely have to cook the scramble eggs, assemble the pizza and then finish cooking the breakfast in the oven. Your family will love waking up to this breakfast on the weekend!
If you have never had the pleasure of trying Mickey Mouse Beignets from Disney then you are in for a real treat. This copycat recipe replicates the pillowy texture to ensure that you get a true Disney beignet experience.
The secret to creating the Mickey Mouse shape is to simply use a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter. Keep in mind, you’ll be deep-frying the beignets in hot oil in a dutch oven. Once again, ensure that you approach this step with caution. Finally, serve the beignets with a sprinkle of powdered sugar and enjoy!