Cook up some Disney magic today (breakfast, lunch or dinner)!
Parks closed? It’s time for a Disney staycation (in your own kitchen) to treat yourself to some easy Disney deliciousness at home.
Disney is bringing the magic to us with their “cooking up the magic at home” blog series, sharing recipes for some of its most popular (and indulgent) theme park snacks, treats, and other dishes.
Ready for some delicious theme park food like right now? We’ve put together a list of 9 recently released Disney snack and meal recipes to easily cook up your own magic at home.
Need even more Disney recipes? Check out our post on easy (and delicious) Disney dessert recipes (straight from the theme park) to sweeten up your day.
Let’s get cookin’!
TOY STORY LAND GRILLED CHEESE
A famous grilled three-cheese sandwich from Woody’s Lunch Box? Yes please! Cheddar slices, provolone slices, and cream cheese spread on the inside + garlic spread on the outside = best. sandwich. ever.
CHOCOLATE, PEANUT BUTTER & BANANA FRENCH TOAST
A perfectly sweet breakfast (or anytime) dish from the grill at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel, this chocolate, peanut butter and banana french toast is made with challah bread (which according to Disney chef’s, makes the best french toast).
CANADIAN STEAKHOUSE CHEDDAR CHEESE SOUP
One of the most popular Disney recipes, Epcot’s Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup is a famous steakhouse favourite featured in many Disney cookbooks. Serve with pretzel bread (and don’t forget the bacon, or beer).
KONA CAFE’S TONGA TOAST
Ready for decadence? A magically rich toast from Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook’s at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, “banana-stuffed sourdough bread, battered, deep-fried, and dusted with cinnamon-sugar” is all you need to know.
PIZZA PLANET’S ROCKET SHIP PIZZA
Inspired by Toy Story’s Pizza Planet restaurant for National Pizza Party Day, Rocket Ship Pizza is ‘super cheesy with a healthy twist’ (but still very kid-friendly). Need even more healthy pizza choices? Try Pizza Planet’s Alien Veggie ‘Meatball’ Pizza.
PUMPKIN PANCAKES & PUMPKIN SOUP
In celebration of #Halfway2Halloween, Disney chefs shared six of their favourite fall meal recipes, including pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin soup, and sweet treats like Jack Skellington cookies, pumpkin twists, pumpkin bars, and pumpkin creme brulee.
TOY STORY LAND ‘TOTCHOS’
Another favourite from Woody’s Lunch Box! What are ‘totchos’ you ask? Potato ‘barrels’ (i.e., tater tots) topped with chili, queso sauce, corn chips, sour cream, and green onions.
HAWAIIAN CHEESEBURGER & GREEN PAPAYA SLAW
A popular burger from Tangaroa Terrace at the Disneyland Hotel, you won’t be disappointed with the Hawaiian Cheeseburger topped with bacon, havarti cheese, and a pineapple ring (don’t forget the slaw). Need more burger inspiration? Check out these other 18 incredible Disney burgers.
PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY ROLLS
Strawberry or grape, creamy or crunchy, it’s up to you. Peanut Butter & Jelly Rolls from Lamplight Lounge at Disney’s California Adventure Park put a fun, easy twist on one of the most classic, kid-friendly meals.
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