100 Best Disney Copycat Recipes

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We LOVE Disney food!

From perfectly sweet and crunchy cinnamon coated churros to the delectable savory taste of a warm smoked turkey leg to the nostalgic taste of a Dole Whip ice cream treat. Yum!

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Disney parks are famous for their delicious desserts and mouth-watering meals.

One of my personal favorite Disney delicacies are the chocolate-covered Mickey ice cream bars that can be bought at nearly every restaurant and cart in the theme parks. I love how refreshing the creamy vanilla ice cream encrusted in chocolate is on a warm day of fun with my family.

That’s why we scoured the Internet to create a huge collection of Disney food inspiration.

Here are 100 Disney-inspired recipes that will allow you to experience the taste of the happiest place on earth from the comfort of your home!

Let’s get cooking!


Disney Recipes

Churros

In my eyes, churros are hands-down the classic Disney Park treat.

Disney Churros

You’ll find these at just about any Disney park around the world, but I first fell in love with these at Disneyland in Anaheim, California.

Source: Ashley Crafted

Chocolate Churros

What could make churros any better than they already are? Oh, I know–chocolate!

Chocolate churro on plate with chocolate dipping sauce

These chocolate churros (complete with a chocolate-flavored dipping sauce) are a recent addition to Disney parks. They are absolutely divine and always manage to satisfy my chocolate cravings!

Source: Get Away Today

Churro Toffee

To complete the churro trifecta is the white chocolate and cinnamon churro toffee found in Disneyland’s California Adventure park.

The cinnamon-sugar topping gives this toffee a gritty churro texture and flavor which will not disappoint.

Frozen Cupcakes

Cupcakes are better than people. Sven, don’t you think that’s true?

Frozen Cupcakes - Elsa and Sven Cupcakes inspired by Frozen Movie

You may not have had cupcakes that looked like this before, but it’s always a good time to head into the unknown and create your two favorite Frozen characters in dessert form!

RELATED: 50+ Frozen Party Ideas

Mickey Mouse Cakes

Discover over 100 different ways to celebrate a birthday or special occasion with a Mickey Mouse-themed cake.

Mickey Mouse Cake Ideas

Disney Cake Pops

More than 30 variations on Disney themed cake pop desserts.

Disney Cake Pops

Disney Caramel Apples

It’s always fun to see what fun caramel apple designs the artisan bakers concoct in Disneyland dessert shops.

Disney themed caramel apples

The delightful crunch into the sweet caramel and somewhat sour apple are sure to excite your taste buds and bring back fond memories of Main Street USA.

Source: I Heart Naptime

Disney Cupcakes

More than 100 different cupcake ideas for an upcoming party. Your birthday boy or girl will delight in cupcakes of their favorite hero, princess or character.

Disney Cupcake Ideas

Mickey Mouse Beignets

Beignets (pronounced “been-yays”) are fried puff pastries that made their way over to New Orleans when the French claimed Louisiana as their territory.

Mickey Mouse shaped beignets

I recently traveled to New Orleans with my family where we got to taste some authentic Creole beignets. Sprinkled with powdered sugar and served piping hot, the only thing that could make them better would be to make them in the shape of Mickey ears!

Source: I Heart Naptime

Reese’s Dipped Pretzels

Peanut butter…chocolate…Reese’s Pieces…pretzel…what’s not to love??

Chocolate-dipped pretzels with Reese's Pieces on them

Salty and sweet is one of my favorite flavor combinations, and these pretzels are no exception! I am already a sucker for chocolate-dipped pretzels, but add peanut butter to the mix and I can’t resist!

Source: Crazy for Crust

Peanut Butter Sandwich Bars

This is no ordinary peanut butter sandwich. This is a Disneyland peanut butter sandwich!

Peanut butter sandwich bars from Disneyland

These dessert bars take three flavors everyone loves, chocolate, peanut butter, and graham cracker, and combines it into one perfectly balanced morsel that is guaranteed to leave you wanting more.

Source: Crazy for Crust

Disneyland Dole Whip

Getting some of this sweet and tangy soft-serve ice cream is one of my highlights whenever I visit Disneyland, the Polynesian Village Resort at Walt Disney World, or even Aulani.

Dole whip from Disney parks

Now I can enjoy a Dole Whip at any time from home! And the best part? It only takes 2 ingredients!

Source: Bigger Bolder Baking

Dole Whip with Rum

Exclusive to Disney cruise ships, one may find this 21+ beverage at one of the onboard bars or room service.

Dole whip drink with rum

Making this booze-infused sweet pineapple drink is about as easy as it will get, just 3 ingredients and you’re on your way back to the Caribbean!

Source: Simple Joy

Corn Dogs

These are an iconic part of the Disneyland experience!

Hand dipped corn dogs

These corn dogs are hand-dipped in batter and taste just as good as the ones that are served at Disneyland’s snack carts.

Source: Lil Luna

Apple Pie Caramel Apples

Disney is famous for its delightful caramel apple flavors, and this one is no different.

Apple pie caramel apple on a stick

I was shocked to find out how much these caramel apples actually taste like apple pie!

Source: Five Heart Home

Sweet Cornbread

This southern-style cornbread made its home at Big Thunder Ranch BBQ in Frontierland until recently when the restaurant was closed down.

Sweet cornbread with honey drizzled over it

Thankfully, we have the recipe so we can enjoy this sweeter-than-normal cornbread from home and remember the sights, sounds, and smells of the wild west.

Source: Six Sisters Stuff

Jalapeno Cheese Stuffed Pretzel

I usually like to dip my fresh, warm pretzels in cheese sauce, but now I don’t have to!

Jalepeno cheese-stuffed pretzel

These pretzels that are baked-to-perfection are filled with melty cheese with a little bit of kick. Perfect for anyone who wants a warm and filling snack.

Source: Favorite Family Recipes

Minnie Mouse Cake

Minnie Mouse is a perennial favorite of Disney fans. “Pretty up” your party with a Minnie Mouse themed cake. There are over 100 ideas in this collection:

Minnie Mouse Cakes

Mint Julep

Mint juleps are a traditional alcoholic drink that is common in the south.

Mint julep from Disneyland

However, Disney keeps families in mind and has created a nonalcoholic version of the minty lemon-lime drink that will cool you off on a hot summer day.

Source: Favorite Family Recipes

Carthay Circle Fried Biscuits

These cheesy biscuits inspired by Carthay Circle at Disney’s California Adventure remind me of jalapeno poppers–but better!

Carthay Circle fried biscuits in Disneyland

Deep-fried and filled with spicy gooey cheese, you won’t be able to stop once you start eating these balls bursting with flavor!

Source: Favorite Family Recipes

Monte Cristo Sandwich

Monte Cristo sandwiches are a heavenly combination of sweet and savory. No wonder they are the most popular dish at Blue Bayou restaurant in Disneyland.

Monte Cristo sandwich on a plate

At its core, a Monte Cristo is a sweet fried ham and cheese sandwich. All of the flavors unite to make your taste buds sing with joy.

Source: The Kitchen Magpie

Christmas Mickey Mouse Pretzel Bites

Adding a little bit more sweet and salty to the mix are the Mickey Mouse pretzel bites.

Christmas Mickey Mouse pretzel bites

These simple party snacks are perfect for Christmas, or any time of the year for that matter! Just substitute the red and green M&Ms for more season-appropriate colors.

Source: Two Sisters

Mickey Mouse Santa Hat Cupcakes

There are few things more festive than Disney parks during Christmastime…except for these Mickey Mouse Santa hat cupcakes!

Mickey Mouse themed cupcakes with Santa hats

These are probably one of the cutest Christmas desserts I’ve ever seen. And they taste amazing too!

Source: Two Sisters

Chilled Strawberry Soup

Walt Disney World’s Grand Floridian resort serves a chilled strawberry soup is a light and creamy soup that will be sure to cool you down on a warm day.

Disneyland's chilled strawberry soup

This recipe uses fresh strawberries to copycat this refreshing appetizer and make it even more pleasant to the tastebuds.

Source: The Suburban Soapbox

Homemade Bread Bowl

Eating bread bowls filled with soup on at Pacific Wharf in California Adventure during sunset is one of my finest memories of the Disneyland parks.

Bread bowl

Learn how to make these bread bowls from scratch so you can enjoy soup in the best way possible.

Source: Real Housemoms

Apple Granola Pancakes

Carnation Cafe in Disneyland is home to some of the best breakfast foods in all of the parks.

Apple granola pancakes on a plate

The apple granola pancakes are divine. Try these amazing pancakes topped with warm roasted cinnamon apples and granola made complete with powdered sugar and syrup drizzled on top.

Source: Oh Sweet Basil

Mickey Mouse Rice Krispie Treats

The classic snack food of your childhood just got way, way better.

Mickey Mouse themed rice krispie treats

Not only are these rice krispie treats in the shape of Mickey Mouse ears, but they are chocolate-dipped as well!

Source: No Biggie

Cornflake Crusted French Toast

One bite of these crunchy, battered, fried pieces of french toast is all it takes in order to fall head over heels in love.

Cornflake crusted french toast with syrup on it

Based on the puffed french toast at the Crystal Palace in Magic Kingdom, the cornflakes add a slight twist that is hard to resist.

Source: Culinary Hill

French Toast Sticks

French toast sticks always remind me of the glory days of elementary school.

French toast sticks with fruit

These french toast sticks on the other hand, remind me of the sweet memories made with my family in Disney World and the taste transports my mind to heaven.

Source: Culinary Hill

Olaf Blue White Chocolate Cocoa

Blue hot cocoa? Only if it’s Frozen themed!

Olaf themed blue colored hot cocoa

Complete with candy Olaf heads, this blue drink will keep you warm and cozy while you dream of summertime along with everyone’s favorite snowman.

Source: Sweet C’s Designs

Cannoli

The World Showcase is arguably the best part about Epcot. Mostly because of all of the great food!

Plate filled with cannolis

These cannolis are are a home run for your sweet tooth and will make you dream of the next time you can walk through the Italy section of Epcot in Walt Disney World.

Source: Shugary Sweets

Frozen Snowball Punch

There are a few things that I know without a doubt:

1. Kids love the movie Frozen.
2. Kids love fruit punch that is inspired by the movie Frozen.

Fruit punch with ice cream floating in it

This blue fruit punch is complete with floating vanilla “snowballs” and tastes absolutely delicious!

Source: The Slow Roasted Italian

Sweet Potato Hash

Healthy and vegetarian, this sweet potato hash is good as a side dish, or as a meal too!

Sweet potato hash meal in a ceramic dish

This sweet potato hash is traditionally found in Satu’ li Canteen in Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom. It is simple, healthy, and tasty!

Source: Lil Luna

Great Northern Bean Soup

This soup will surely fill you up with its delicious assortment of vegetables, beans, and smoked ham.

Spoonful of great northern bean soup

This famous soup was served at the Soundstage Restaurant in Hollywood Studios for about 9 years until the restaurant was closed to put in different attractions. The great recipe lives on though!

Source: CDKitchen.com

Smoked Turkey Legs

An icon of Disney parks, smoked turkey legs always make my mouth water.

Smoked turkey legs

This simple recipe makes smoked turkey legs just as good as the ones in the park. I think you’ll fall in love with these too!

Source: Hey Grill Hey

Violet Lemonade

The violet lemonade is a treat in Epcot that too few people are acquainted with.

A cup of cool violet lemonade

This drink is simple to make and only requires 2 ingredients. If you haven’t tried it at Walt Disney World, you need to try it at your home!

Source: Let Them Eat Gluten Free Cake

Woody’s Lunchbox Totchos

Tater tots and nachos. Two of my favorite snack foods! Totchos are famously served at Toy Story Land in Hollywood Studios.

A bowl of totchos

A bowl of Totchos is exactly what you need if you want some extra energy to make it through your day. Yummy, simple, and quick to make, everyone should know about this delicacy.

Source: Life Family Joy

Cheesy Bacon Potatoes (Chef Mickey’s)

Served exclusively at the Chef Mickey’s restaurant in Disney World, these cheesy potatoes are a delicious way to enjoy breakfast.

bowl of cheesy potatoes with mickey ears in it

This recipe is slightly different from the traditional Disney formula, but I think you’ll find the white queso sauce substitute to be absolutely perfecto!

Source: Brought to you by Mom

Mickey’s Soft Pretzels

These pretzels will have you saying “Oh boy!” just like everyone’s favorite cartoon mouse.

soft pretzels in the shape of mickey heads on a plate

The mouse ears on these pretzels are perfect for holding onto while dipping into warm cheese sauce or just eating by themselves!

Source: Liz on Call

The Grey Stuff

“Try the grey stuff, it’s delicious!”

the grey stuff from The Beauty and the Beast

A mysterious dessert from the beloved movie Beauty and the Beast, the grey stuff is a red velvet cupcake covered in a scrumptious oreo based frosting. It is definitely worth a try!

Source: My Frugal Adventures

Jungle Juice (Animal Kingdom)

A fruit-based beverage exclusive to Disney World’s Animal Kingdom, you might just go bananas for jungle juice!

jungle juice drink in a glass

Being sweet, smooth, and creamy, jungle juice will make you feel like you’re on a tropical vacation no matter what time of year it is.

Source: Thyme and Love

Tigger Tails

This simple and sweet dessert will have you bouncing off the walls because of how good it is!

tigger tail treats on a skewer

Marshmallows dipped in caramel with chocolate drizzled on top? Of course they’re good! “Don’t be ridick-orous.”

Source: Jamonkey

Galaxy’s Edge Blue Milk

What kind of cows produce blue milk? Space cows, duh!

blue milk from Disneyland's Galaxy Edge

Inspired by the Star Wars movies, this blue milk is subtly fruity and slushy, unlike normal milk.

Source: le Creme de la Crumb

Galaxy’s Edge Phattro

This tea-based drink is perfect to cool you off after a hot day of work at the moisture farm on Tatooine.

a cup of phattro on a rock

Phattro has a great fruity flavor that everyone will love!

Source: Diznify

Matterhorn Macarons

Not your traditional French macarons, these white chocolate covered shortbread-macaron hybrids are just as yummy–if not more!

matterhorn macaron dessert

The Matterhorn might just be your favorite ride at Disneyland after eating these pastries. And you’ll want to keep going back for more.

Source: Rumbly in my Tumbly

S’mores Bake

I. Love. S’mores. LOVE them. But I think I may love this s’mores bake even more than regular s’mores!

skillet with a smores bake in it

This dessert bake will never fail to impress and is sure to have the kids asking for s’more.

Source: Disney Parks Blog

Plant-Based Cookie Fries

I am not kidding you when I say I probably ate fries 6 times a week when I was pregnant with my kids.

basket of cookie fries and dips

I wish I had known about this recipe for cookie fries when I was pregnant, it combines two of my favorite things! Best of all, the fries and the sauces are all plant-based.

Source: Disney Parks Blog

Horchata

During the few times I’ve been to Central America, horchata has always been on my list of things I have to get.

mickey mouse themed horchata

Horchata is cinnamon rice milk. It’s that simple, and if I could I would drink it at every meal!

Source: Disney Parks Blog

Milk Chocolate Candy Cane Pot de Creme

Have you ever had those mug cakes that started popping up in recent years?

candy cane mug cakes

This pot de creme is very similar to that, but it is perfect for the holiday season.

Source: Disney Parks Blog

Chocolate Hazelnut Lunchbox Tart (Woody’s Lunchbox)

Straight from the new Toy Story Land in Hollywood Studios are these sweet desserts.

chocolate hazelnut tarts on a plate

Made with chocolate hazelnut spread, icing, and bacon, this is a flavor experience that you won’t have anyplace else!

Source: Disney Parks Blog

Breakfast Pizza (Beach Club Resort)

This pizza is good for breakfast, brunch, or brinner.

a breakfast pizza with eggs and cheese on top

This delicious homemade pizza is topped with eggs, cheese, and green salsa.

Source: See Vanessa Craft

Disneyland’s Hot Chocolate

Hot chocolate is a necessity in cold weather no matter where you live.

hot chocolate with whip cream on it

Make Disneyland’s own recipe from the comfort of your own cozy home as you watch the snow fall outside your window.

Source: Six Sisters’ Stuff

Broccoli Cheese Soup (Pacific Wharf Cafe)

A super delicious soup recipe that can be easily made on your stove or in a crockpot!

a bowl of broccoli cheese soup

Healthy and delicious, it tastes just like the soup served at Pacific Wharf Cafe.

Source: Lil’ Luna

Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus Skewers (Bengal BBQ Disneyland)

Is there anything that doesn’t go well with bacon?

bacon and asparagus on a skewer

Pulling these pieces of bacon and asparagus off of wooden skewers with your teeth is surprisingly satisfying and adds to the whole experience of this delectable side dish.

Source: Lil’ Luna

Brioche French Toast

This recipe comes straight from Radiator Springs at Flo’s V8 Cafe.

brioche french toast with salted caramel syrup

Buttery brioche bread made french toast style with a sweet salted caramel syrup drizzled on top. Sign me up!

Source: Picky Palate

Mickey Mouse Pancakes

These pancakes are an absolute necessity for anyone that calls themselves a part of a Disney family.

mickey mouse themed pancakes with chocolate chips

Classic pancakes made into the shape of Mickey Mouse complete with chocolate chip eyes and smile and whip cream on the ears!

Source: Picky Palate

Mickey Mouse Waffles

If you aren’t much of a pancake lover, maybe this Mickey-themed breakfast will appeal to you.

a plate full of mickey mouse themed waffles

Slather some butter on top of these smiley waffles and enjoy with a drizzle of maple syrup.

Source: Picky Palate

Jack-Jack Cookie Num Nums

These deep dish cookies will have you saying “That was totally wicked!!”

deep dish cookie

These Incredibles inspired treats are simple to make, and eating them while they’re warm and gooey is sure to make your tastebuds feel super!

Source: Clark’s Condensed

Cheshire Cat Tail

These breakfast pastries will transport you straight to Wonderland.

cheshire cat tail pastry at disneyland

All this recipe requires is that you buy some chocolate croissants and make some purple and pink icing! A very merry un-birthday to you!

Source: Diznify

Batuu Bits (Galaxy’s Edge)

When you see Batuu Bits, you might ask yourself, “what on planet earth is this?”

bowl of vegetable chips and sauce

The secret to this recipe is vegetables fried like potato chips and a scrumptious dip that goes perfectly with them.

Source: Diznify

Warm Wild Berry Buckle from The Berry Basket (Epcot)

Mmmmm…warm berry cake topped with strawberry ice cream? Yes, please!

berry cake topped with strawberry ice cream

This food is normally a seasonal dessert at the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival that only happens during the spring. Make a taste of springtime in your own home!

Source: The Disney Food Blog

Boardwalk Bakery’s Gobbler Sandwich

I am a firm believer that turkey and stuffing should not only be reserved for Thanksgiving.

turkey sandwich at disney world

You’ll be feeling extra grateful for this delicious turkey, cranberry, and stuffing sandwich as you dig your teeth into it!

Source: Diznify

Magic Cookie Bars (Disney’s Wilderness Lodge)

Abracadabra, alakazam!

magic cookie bars on a plate

You’ll wish that you could poof a hundred of these nummy cookie bars into existence after you eat just a bite of one. They really are magical!

Source: The Disney Food Blog

Blue Glowtini (Animal Kingdom Lodge)

Make your next social drinking party a little more exciting with these martinis that glow!

a glowing martini

You can find some of the fun glowing LED ice cubes here.

Source: The Frugal South

Chocolate Souffle (DCL Palo Restaurant)

I think I’ll let the picture speak for itself on this one.

chocolate souffle on a disney cruise

This chocolate souffle recipe is very similar to the one found at the restaurant Palo on Disney Cruises. It is perfectly delightful!

Source: Disney Parks Blog

Tonga Toast (Polynesian Resort)

A sweet spin-off of normal french toast, tonga toast is coated in cinnamon and stuffed with bananas.

a slice of sourdough bread that has been made into french toast and stuffed with bananas

This is sure to be a new hit favorite among your friends and family.

Source: The Recipes of Disney

Frushi

Frushi? Maybe you can guess what the name stands for.

fruit sushi

Frushi is fruit in the style of sushi! It is sweet and tastes absolutely nothing like fish, so don’t be afraid of adding this dish to your repertoire.

Source: The Recipes of Disney

Mickey Mouse Sugar Cookies

Sugar cookies are a classic that belong in every recipe book.

mickey mouse themed sugar cookies on a cookie sheet

Get anyone hyped up to go to Disneyland or snuggle up to watch a Disney movie with these crumbly and sweet cookies!

Source: Picky Palate

Cronuts

I. LOVE. THIS. RECIPE.

cronut with ice cream on top

Cronuts are donuts that are made with croissant dough so they are flaky and soft inside just like a croissant! You have to try these!

Source: The Mommy Mouse Clubhouse

Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

Eat this gumbo just like you were in New Orleans Square at Disneyland.

chicken and sausage gumbo in bowl

This recipe can be started at any time during the day and eaten nice and hot over rice! If you’ve never tried gumbo before, this is the recipe to start with.

Source: Ashlee Marie

Frozen Popcorn Snowballs

With just a few of these glazed popcorn snowballs, you might be able to build a snowman.

glazed popcorn ball that is frozen themed

Anything Frozen-themed deserves an A+ in my book, and these are no exceptions. Spice up any Frozen party with this yummy treat!

Source: Life Made Simple

Loaded Baked Potato Soup (Carnation Cafe)

Loaded baked potatoes are often my go-to when I go out to eat. It’s hard to go wrong with a piping hot potato, cheese, sour cream, and chives!

bowl of loaded baked potato soup

Try this savory soup for dinner and get all of the delicious flavors from loaded baked potatoes in soup form.

Source: Disney Parks Blog

Peanut Butter Cookies (Disneyland’s Pooh Corner Bakery)

Peanut butter is one of my guilty pleasures. I could an entire jar of it by myself if my family would let me.

stack of peanut butter cookies

These glorious cookies are soft, sweet, and have just the right amount of peanut butter in them.

Source: Six Sisters’ Stuff

Chocolate Covered Bananas (Disneyland)

Bringing more fun into the equation, these chocolate covered bananas offer so much variety!

chocolate dipped bananas covered with toffee and coconut

You can top the dipped bananas with M&Ms, nuts, chocolate chips, caramel sauce, toffee bits; it all tastes great!

Source: Dinner Then Dessert

Fried Pickles (Carnation Cafe)

Make these fried pickles with homemade dipping ranch from the comfort of your own home.

basket of fried pickles with ranch

A perfect comfort food, these fried pickles bring together the slightly acidic taste of pickles and augment it with some cool ranch dip.

Source: Lady Behind the Curtain

Bowtie Pasta (DCL Triton’s Restaurant)

I don’t know if it’s because my husband looks fantastic in a bow tie or something else entirely, but I love anything made with bowtie pasta.

plate of bowtie pasta

Sauteed onions, sun-dried tomatoes, and a creamy sauce bring this appetizer together and make it magnifique!

Source: Devour Dinner

Clam Cowder (Disneyland)

Remember that bread bowl recipe I posted a little higher up on this page? You might need that if you’re going to make some Disneyland clam chowder.

clam chowder in a bread bowl

One of the best soup options at Disneyland, this clam chowder will knock your socks off!

Source: Among the Young

Cozy Cone Buffalo Ranch Popcorn (Cars Land)

The seasoning on this snack adds a spicy twist to any bowl of popcorn.

buffalo flavored popcorn

Perfect for at home or on the go, this snack is sure to help you “float like a Cadillac and sting like a Beemer!”

Source: Geeks Who Eat

Coconut Rice Pudding (DCL)

This rice pudding is creamy and topped with complementary coconut flakes.

coconut rice pudding in a cup

I wasn’t ever been a huge fan of rice pudding before, but this recipe may have changed my mind!

Source: The Novice Chef

Mickey Mouse Chicken Noodle Soup

Stuck inside with a cold? Or maybe you just want some delicious classic chicken noodle soup with a little Disney flair?

Bowl of Mickey Mouse themed chicken noodle soup

Young and old will say “oh boy!” when they see this Mickey Mouse themed chicken noodle soup.

Source: The Novice Chef Blog

Tony’s Lasagna from Tony’s at Disney World

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is located on Main Street just inside the gate of Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. It’s themed after the restaurant where Lady and the Tramp share the romantic noodle slurping moment.

slice of lasagna from Disney World

This lasagna is perfect for dinner for a whole family or a romantic dinner for two.

Source: Big Oven

Red Velvet Mickey Mouse Waffles

These heavenly red velvet waffles are copycats of the breakfast food that can be found at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.

plate of red velvet waffles in the shape of mickey mouse ears

Soft, fluffy, and made with red velvet cake mix, what’s not to love!

Source: The Savvy Mama Lifestyle

Moana Polynesian Skewers (Disney Bengal BBQ)

These easy-to-make skewers will give you a taste of the tropical Polynesian islands from the convenience of your own barbeque grill.

a table with shrimp skewers on it

What can I say except you’re welcome?

Source: Pineapple & Coconut

Captain Marvel Sugar Cookies

These are some of the most powerful sugar cookies in the galaxy!

frosted and unfrosted captain marvel themed sugar cookies

While they are Captain Marvel themed, these cookies probably won’t shoot you with lasers…probably.

Source: Pineapple & Coconut

Carrot Cake Whoopie Pies (Hollywood Studios)

It’s hard to go wrong with a cookie sandwich of any kind, but especially a Disney cookie sandwich!

carrot cake whoopie pies

These soft carrot cake cookies are complemented by a subtle and sweet pineapple cream cheese frosting.

Source: Sugar, Spice, and Glitter

Peanut Butter and Jelly Shake (50s Cafe at Hollywood Studios)

I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, but I was a little shocked when I heard that there was a peanut butter and jelly shake at Disney World.

a glass with a peanut butter and jelly shake in it

It’s a shame I can’t drink one of these for lunch every day…because they’re amazing!

Source: The Farm Girl Gabs

Mac and Cheese Cone (Cozy Cone in Disneyland)

Don’t turn down this delectable bread cone filled with stringy mac and cheese and topped with bacon.

a mac and cheese cone from Disneyland

This comfort food will help you feel perfectly cozy, just as the name suggests.

Source: Recipe Legendary

Gingerbread Popcorn (Disney World)

Christmas time is much more than a time for presents and evergreen trees. It’s time for delicious holiday snacks!

bowl of gingerbread popcorn

You’ll take one bite of this gingerbread flavored popcorn and you won’t be able to stop; trust me, I’ve tried!

Source: Sensibly Sara

Yakisoba Noodles (Ohana at Polynesian Resort)

These noodles are very simply yakisoba style noodles with a pineapple teriyaki glaze.

plate of yakisoba noodles from the polynesian resort

This is one of the many amazing foods that you can find at the Polynesian Resort in Disney World!

Source: Key Ingredient

Puffed French Toast (Crystal Palace in Magic Kingdom)

Imagine french toast and a doughnut had a baby and you’d get puffed french toast.

puffed french toast

This rich breakfast food (or dessert, you decide) can make anyone feel like royalty.

Source: Flavorite

Chili Spiced Crispy Tofu Bowl (Satu’li Canteen in Animal Kingdom)

Apparently the food on the planet Pandora is both healthy and scrumptious!

a tofu bowl

This simple protein tofu bowl with an incredible charred green onion vinegarette can fit into most diets and will leave you feeling refreshed.

Source: The Urben Life

Grilled Steak Bowl (Satu’li Canteen in Animal Kingdom)

Another healthy option from Satu’li Canteen in Pandora is the grilled steak bowl.

grilled steak dish

This lean option is covered in yummy chimichurri sauce and is complete with sweet potato and onion.

Source: Dirty Floor Diaries

Oreo Milkshake (Sci-Fi Dine In in Hollywood Studios)

I’m convinced that a good oreo milkshake is the sixth love language. Everyone loves a good oreo milkshake!

oreo milkshake at Hollywood Studios

This shake recipe only requires 3 ingredients and tastes out of this world!

Source: All Ears

Jack Skellington Caramel Apples

These Jack Skellington caramel apples are pretty spooky, but won’t give you any nightmares.

caramel apples themed after Jack Skellington

Try making this fun treat with your kids around Halloween for a scary-good time!

Source: Delish

Flamin’ Hot Corn on the Cob (Disneyland)

My daughters cannot get enough of hot cheetos! Thankfully I found this Disney recipe which will allow me to put the hot cheetos to a more…healthy use.

corn on the cob covered in cheetos

These may look a little firey, but they are SO good!

Source: Delish

Milk and Cookie Shots (Grand Californian)

Oreos might have the title for milk’s favorite cookie, but I think these are on a whole new level.

a cookie cup with milk in it

These are cookies that have milk inside of them! What are you waiting for? Go make some!

Source: Delish

Mickey Mouse Pizza

This may be the tenth Mickey Mouse themed food item on this list, however, it doesn’t mean that this is any less good than any other one!

pizza in the shape of mickey mouse ears

These pizzas are completely customizable and you can add any number of toppings of your choosing!

Source: Frugal Coupon Living

Mickey Mouse Cheesecake

Chocolate cookie crust and chocolate cheesecake? Yes, please!

a mickey mouse themed cheesecake

A silicon Micky Mouse mold from the confectionary is used to make this fabulous cake, but it will taste just as good in a normal-shaped pan.

Source: Hungry Happenings

Belle Cupcakes

These cupcakes are beautiful and they are not a beast to make. It’s the best of both worlds!

Belle themed cupcake from Beauty and the Beast

Make a dessert that will impress all of your friends with its elegance and taste!

Source: Delish

S’mores French Toast (Toy Story Land)

I don’t know who is in charge of coming up with new food ideas at Disney, but they do a fantastic job.

s'mores french toast

I never would have thought to combine s’mores and french toast, but the result is divine.

Source: Delish

Strawberry Dole Whip

A new spin on the classic Disney treat, just add strawberries!

glass of strawberry pineapple dessert

Creamy, cold, and refreshing, these are the perfect warm-weather treat!

Source: Delish

Funnel Cake (Stage Door Cafe in Disneyland)

Funnel cake always reminds me of fairs and amusement parks and the joyous memories that come along with both of those.

funnel cake with powdered sugar on it

Enjoy this light and fluffy fried pastry topped with powdered sugar!

Source: Taste of Home

Snickerdoodle Cookies (Disneyland)

Snickerdoodle cookies. Yum!

plate of snickerdoodle cookies

I recommend eating these cookies fresh out of the oven while they’re hot, gooey, and the smell of cinnamon fills your entire house.

Source: Popsugar

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Bill Weaver

What is the Disney recipe for blood orange margaritas?

Erin

OMG, I can’t decide what recipe to make first!! They all look so good!

Trang

I love that you put all the recipes together in one list! My only issue is that there’s too many good ones to choose from. 🙂 This is so wonderful right now cause we can pretend to be in Disneyland while we are stuck in the house self-quarantining.

Tara

I’m a sucker for a good copycat recipe. These are look amazing!

Laura Reese

These are amazing! Love all the great recipes!

Sara Welch

You have me dreaming of Disneyland!!! I am definitely going to be making most of these; my kids will love it!

Katie

Oh my goodness, all of these look amazing!

Suzy

Where has that s’mores french toast been all of my life! 🙂 Seriously it looks so good!

Jen R

Found so many to try! I’m looking for the Wookiee Cookie copycat recipe. Any luck finding that one??