Given our obsession with Disney Food, it should come as no surprise that we scoured Disney Parks Blog for ALL the Fall and Halloween Recipes from Disney Parks we could find. And frankly, they never disappoint! Getting the actual recipe from the actual chefs at Disneyland and Disney World is always a treat, literally. And with this lineup of Apple and Pumpkin Disney Desserts you can make at home, you’ll have goodies to bake all season.
Disney Parks Pumpkin Recipes for Fall
Whether you’re looking for an easy pumpkin treat to whip up or something more complex to have as a fancy fall dessert, here’s our roundup of the Fall Recipes from Disney Parks Blog. We love that most of these are printable recipes you can add to your recipes binder and make every year!
Pumpkin-Filled Profiteroles with Warm Cranberry-Blueberry Sauce
Pumpkin-Filled Profiteroles with Warm Cranberry-Blueberry Sauce is favorite at Narcoossees at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. These cream puffs are filled with pumpkin cream and covered in a cranberry-blueberry sauce. Perfect as a sweet breakfast or light dessert for the holidays.
Pumpkin Twists from Maurice’s Treats at Disneyland Park. This classic treat is super easy to make and just uses frozen puff pastry and pumpkin puree mixed with sugar and spices. An awesome afternoon snack, though would also be great for a Halloween party!
Pumpkin Beignets with Maple Glaze
If you’ve ever wondered what elevated experiences await at Club 33, then you’re about to find out! These fancy Pumpkin Beignets are from Club 33 in New Orleans Square, Disneyland. This recipe is about making a divine dough with pumpkin in the mix and a smooth warm glaze with maple syrup. A definite treat for any any fall brunch.
Pumpkin Muffins with Streusel Topping
No fall recipe list would be complete without a muffin recipe for easy breakfasts. Every season you can usually find these Pumpkin Muffins at the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe. and now, thankfully, you can make them at home! We like these best as a way to have home made muffin mix on hand. You can also freeze this batter and pull out for cozy mornings!
Sunday mornings in the fall are perfect for Pumpkin Pancakes, and these ones from Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort are super easy to make and another excellent batter to just have on hand! If you want to elevate these pancakes another notch you can top it with some warmed butter and maple syrup!
If you have an immersion blender, grab some butternut squash and pumpkin puree to make this flavorful soup for fall. This Pumpkin Soup hails from Sunshine Seasons in The Land building at EPCOT, Walt Disney World, and it just feels like fall! With honey and curry powder you get sweet and spicy in this dish.
If you’re a cheesecake lover then this Pumpkin Cheesecake should be on your fall baking list. With ginger in the graham cracker crust and pumpkin in the cheesecake you’re getting all the flavors. Grab this mini cheesecake pan with the removable bottoms so you can serve an individual one to each Halloween party guest.
While most pumpkin bar recipes add cream cheese, these Pumpkin Bars from Cape May Cafe at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, doesn’t have any. So the pumpkin flavor here is perfect, rich and has a graham cracker crust. We did add some cinnamon cream to these, but they perfectly flavorful on their own.
Perfect for an outdoor evening in the fall you can make this Pumpkin Milkshake from Artist Point at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. This recipe has whisky in it, requires an ice cream maker and is absolutely worth the time! Make a big batch and store for the season.
The Pumpkin Bread from Goofy’s Kitchen at Disneyland Resort is a basic pumpkin bread recipe for the fall season. Easy to make and store for nibbling through the week.
Pumpkin Mousse Trifle with Cranberries and Apricot-Orange Sauce
This luscious Pumpkin Mousse Trifle comes from the Food and Wine Festival in 2011, and does not disappoint if you’re looking for a show stopping, but easy, dessert. We like this best as a Thanksgiving treat since it’s light and perfect after a heavy meal.
Pumpkin Cranberry Scones with Maple Pastry Cream
Perfect for your next fall brunch or breakfast treat these Pumpkin Cranberry Scones with Maple Pastry Cream can sometimes be found at the Garden View Lounge at The Grand Floridian Resort and Villas. This is a great recipe to make ahead for any fall get together.
Pumpkin Creme Brulee
If you’re looking for something a little fancier, then try your hand at this Pumpkin Creme Brulee. If you’ve never made a Creme Brulee before know that it’s not difficult. While the crystalline sugar topping is best made with a culinary torch flame, browning in the over works just as well. Happy baking!
A classic treat for the spooky season, these Pumpkin Cupcakes from the Contempo Café at Disney’s Contemporary Resort make a great treat you bake anytime this season.
Disney Parks Apple Recipes for Fall
Narcoossee’s Apple Butter
And if you’re looking for a great topping you can add to your favorite scones, pumpkin pancakes, or toast, whip up a batch of Narcoossee’s Apple Butter. This is also a really great homemade gift!
So, this Apple Crisp recipe from Napa Rose at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa at the Disneyland Resort, is pretty gourmet! Add a fancy manchengo ice cream and this Apple Crisp becomes the perfect dessert to pair with champagne.
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.