Are you obsessed with Disney Parks food? We are as guilty as anyone for making a beeline to our favorite Disney Snacks as soon as we enter the parks! So we feel you. Thankfully, Disney Parks Blog has been sharing Disney Parks Recipes to die for! From Tonga Toast to The Grey Stuff, here are all the printable recipes so far. For you to add to your Disney at Home activities.
Recipes from the Disney Parks
If you’re looking for your next favorite meal or snack, look no further! Consider this your one-stop shop for all the recipes we can find. This post is updated regularly with new finds so make sure to pin or bookmark it. And get your recipe box or folder ready, we’re sharing the Disney Recipe PRINTABLE Recipe links below.
Pretzel Bread Pudding | Germany EPCOT
Even if you’ve never made bread pudding before, this Pretzel Bread Pudding from World Showcase Germany in EPCOT Park is worth a try. Combining pretzel bread, vanilla sauce, and a caramel topping, there’s a lot to indulge in with this one. Check out the Pretzel Bread Pudding at EPCOT Recipe for all the details.
Chocolate Waffles with Espresso Frozen Mousse Tamu Tamu | Animal Kingdom
An absolute favorite! These Mickey Waffles can help pick you up or get your day going, with a little touch of gourmet! Be sure to whip these up for your next cozy Sunday brunch. The Tamu Tamu Chocolate Waffles with Espresso Mousse is to die for! You won’t be disappointed!
Gourmet Mac and Cheese from Food and Wine Festival 2020
We can never get enough of the food at the EPCOT festivals. So much in fact that these often become part of our regular meals! And this mac and cheese with Boursin, garlic and fine herbs topped with panko is no exception. Especially if you’re in the mood for something cozy. Grab the printable recipe for these creamy mac and cheese favorites. Disney Gourmet Macaroni and Cheese Recipe from the Mac & Cheese Marketplace Hosted by Boursin® Cheese from this year’s Taste of Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2020.
Twinings Bloomin’ Blueberry Lemon and Ginger Tea from Flower and Garden 2020
When we’re given a recipe card at a Disney Festival, we consider that a challenge. Thankfully, this amazingly refreshing tea was super easy to make! So we pulled together a complete post of everything you need to make this Disney copycat recipe for the EPCOT Twinings Bloomin’ Blueberry Lemon and Ginger Tea. Grab the recipe card in the post!
50’s Prime Time Cafe PB & J Milkshake| Hollywood Studios
Found both at the 50’s Prime Time Cafe and the Tune-in Lounge, this peanut butter and jelly milkshake actually tastes like your favorite childhood sandwich and is ultra shareable too. We love this treat to add a little Disney to summer holiday get-togethers. Grab the Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake copycat recipe.
Woody’s Lunch Box Totchos| Hollywood Studios
If you are looking for a quick and easy meal perfect for both kids and grown-ups, grab a bag of tater tots and get some chili in the crockpot. We love that this recipe is easy and hearty. Perfect for cozy chilly evenings by the campfire. Print this Totchos recipe, so you have it on hand! Chances are you’ll be making it often.
Woody’s Lunch Box Grilled Cheese | Hollywood Studios
Nothing beats paper bag lunches when you need a little reminder of childhood. But don’t let the fact this is grilled cheese fool you. This has three kinds of cheese and is surprisingly complex and grown up. Kids will love it too of course. We like this Grilled Three-Cheese Sandwich Disney copycat recipe for its creaminess. And it’s perfection next to a bowl of tomato soup.
Beaches and Cream Kitchen Sink Sundae | Beach and Yacht Club Walt Disney World
If you’ve ever been to Beaches and Cream, surely you have seen this life-size kitchen sink full of ice cream. Well, get ready for a dessert of epic proportions. If you’re looking at a party, birthday, or any family event that’s gonna need a little sugar shock then the Kitchen Sink Sundae is a recipe you’ll want to pull together.
Tangaroa Terrace Hawaiian Cheeseburger | Disneyland Hotel
Heading into summer means cookouts. So why not harness a little Hawaii and add a little flair to your next burger? This Hawaiian Cheeseburger and Green Papaya Slaw from the Disneyland Hotel is a cult favorite and one worth replicating. Grab the printable recipe in the link.
Lamplight Lounge PB & J Rolls | Disney California Adventure Park
Pixar Pier is home to the Lamplight Lounge and PB and J Rolls. Another cult favorite this treat is as easy to make as it sounds. Perfect for an after-school treat the kids can make themselves, or a snack to have on your next road trip. Check out the PB and J Rolls recipe for a quick treat anytime.
Be Our Guest The Grey Stuff | Magic Kingdom
Try the Grey Stuff it’s delicious. While we always thought the grey stuff was just some expertly whipped Bettercream ( you can find it at GFS), imagine our surprise to learn it has all sorts of stuff in it! By no means difficult, we’d question how much of The Grey Stuff you could actually make without wanting to eat it all at once. Grab the recipe and see for yourself.
Kona Cafe Tonga Toast | The Polynesian Resort
Ahhh, Tonga Toast. If you haven’t visited Kona Cafe, let’s just say it’s a must-try restaurant at the Polynesian Resort at Walt Disney World. Budget-friendly, it’s best known for two french toast slices with bananas in between, covered in cinnamon and sugar, and grilled up. Yes, that’s a lot. Quite a mouthful, literally. If you want a gourmet luxury breakfast some Sunday, grab this printable Tonga Toast recipe. You will LOVE it.
Le Cellier Steakhouse Cheddar Cheese Soup | EPCOT Canada
Known as the quintessential Canadian dish at Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival, you may think a cheddar cheese soup is quite simple. And yes, but also fairly iconic because it also has beer, tabasco, and bacon. If you’re settling in for a cozy evening at home grab this Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup copycat recipe.
Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory Beignets | Port Orleans Resort Walt Disney World
Okay guys, you know we love our Mickey-shaped food. We make waffles, macrons and scones, and beignets. So while you can check out ALL our recipes on the Disney Recipes page, you can also go straight to the source. These Mickey Mouse Beignets are fresh from Port Orleans resorts. We love them plain, we love them pumpkin-spiced, and we love them with ice cream. Take your pick.
Disney’s PCH Grill Banana French Toast | Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel Disneyland
Another gourmet french toast recipe, take the challenge on this one. It may seem like there’s a lot going on, but really it’s just a bunch of french toast all chopped up with bananas, chocolate and peanut butter. Absolutely delicious. Grab this Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana French Toast recipe for your next brunch.
Nomad Lounge Churro Bites | Animal Kingdom
While everyone knows about churros, few people actually succeed at making them well. Take this as your next challenge. Without the cumbersome length of this fried-up treat, you may have a better chance of making them quite delicious! These Disney Parks Churro Bites are found all over Disney Parks. But we like the mini churros found at Nomad Lounge best for a quick treat. Try this churro bites recipe and see if these aren’t your new favorite things to make.
Apple Pie | Whispering Canyon Cafe Wilderness Lodge
Can we just say Apple Pie may just be the best thing ever? It’s as perfect for your 4th of July bash as it is for Thanksgiving. As American as can be, this is by far one of the best desserts to come out of our country. And since Whispering Canyon Cafe honors all things American, mostly in the wild west vein, why not add some classic Apple Pie to this Disney Recipe Roundup? Grab the Disney Recipe for Apple Pie for your next family get-together.
Disney Parks Copycat Recipes
We pulled together this post because when we find something we love, we want it all in one place. And finding these printable recipes, featuring all of our favorite Disney Parks treats was too much to pass up! Be sure to print out the recipes and add a little more Disney to your day. Check out all of Disney Parks Cooking with the Magic Recipes.
Rochelle Mariah is a writer, designer and photographer with an MLIS in Information Science and a B.S. in Arch and Design. Determined to make Planning a DIY Disney Vacation easier she makes lots of lists and drinks lots of coffee. When not designing apparel at Polka Dot Pixie Shop, she's watching old movies and planning the holidays. She has been traveling to Disney destinations since 2010.