These 30 Disney recipes will take you straight to the home of Mickey Mouse.
From crisp waffles to crunchy churro bites, there’s something for every craving.
A trip to a Disney theme park isn’t as magical without its food offerings.
In fact, I look forward to them just as much as I do the attractions!
If you can’t travel to Disneyland (or Disney World) but are itching to have a bite of their famous pretzels or a sip of the refreshing Dole Whip, you’ve come to the right place.
Today, I’ve rounded up 30 of the most drool-worthy Disney-inspired dishes the world wide web has to offer.
Just because you can’t be in Disneyland doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the fun.
Relive that memorable Disney experience by making these recipes in your kitchen. These dishes are so terrific, they’ll make Mickey proud.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride!
Disney World’s Ohana Bread Pudding isn’t your typical pudding.
It’s just as crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside as any, but what sets it apart is the toppings.
From the sweet bananas to the decadent caramel sauce to the heavenly vanilla ice cream, this pudding is the complete package.
You can get this sweet sensation in Disney World’s Polynesian Resort, or just make it in your kitchen at a fraction of the cost!
If you love pumpkin and fudge, this Disney dessert is a must-try! It’s chewy, ooey-gooey, and loaded with chocolate and pumpkin flavors.
Think fudge is difficult to make? You’ll be surprised at how easy it actually is! The hardest part is to wait for it to set.
This magical treat is made of a simple combination of milk, butter, sugar, marshmallows, chocolate chips, pumpkin spice, and maple syrup.
They’re all basic ingredients, but they yield such a delectable dessert.
Having pumpkin pancakes at Disney World – now that sounds like every child’s dream!
Sadly, though, this scrumptious offering is only available during the fall.
Thankfully, you can whip these up anytime in your kitchen!
These pancakes are soft, fluffy, and spiced with cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg.
Hearty and warming at the same time, they make for a wonderful breakfast on a chilly morning.
Waffles are already pretty perfect as they are.
But with a Mickey Mouse Waffle Maker, you can transform the breakfast classic into an even more appetizing dish. It’s a hit with both the kids and the kids-at-heart.
If you think it’s not a practical purchase, just imagine the looks on your kids’ faces once they see that jaw-dropping treat.
Cape May Cafe Beach Club has an extensive buffet that serves macaroni and cheese.
Now, I know it’s not a smart idea to gorge on mac and cheese at a buffet that has a lot more to offer, but I won’t blame you if you do.
If you’ve fallen in love with Cape May Cafe’s version of the classic mac and cheese, this copycat recipe is for you.
What’s better than pizza? One that’s shaped like Mickey! This fun snack will make your kids love you even more!
Let your creativity shine with this Mickey Mouse mini-pizza.
With a few store-bought products and a lot of imagination, you’ll be able to pull this off.
It’s so easy, you can get the kids to join in on the fun.
If you’re more on the practical side, I’ll bet you’d rather bring your own snacks than spend a lot of money on expensive theme park food.
Looking for fun but affordable treats to bring to your trip? This one perfectly fits the bill.
This homemade trail mix is loaded with pretzels, M&M’s, and yogurt-covered raisins.
Apart from the epic flavor and texture combinations, the Mickey-inspired colors also make this treat a huge hit with the kids.
Pretzels are one of my favorite things to eat at any theme park.
The thought of snacking on this soft and chewy bread while walking around Disneyland makes me happy.
These pretzels are extra special because they’re filled with ooey-gooey cheese and spicy jalapenos.
They’re super rich, cheesy, and downright addictive.
They’re also $5 a pop, so if you want a much cheaper version, just make them at home!
This recipe is beginner-level easy, so anyone can make it.
Churro toffee is another favorite Disney food of mine!
I can’t get enough of that lovely outer crunch and that sugary, cinnamon-y, chocolatey flavor.
It’s one of those snacks that you’ll keep dreaming about even months after your trip to Disneyland.
Thankfully, this recipe is a pretty good copycat of the original.
Congratulations, you can now enjoy the delicious churro toffee at home.
Let’s take a moment to appreciate just how adorable this snack is. Those colors will definitely make your mouth water.
The combo of Rice Krispies and melted marshmallows makes an addictive crispy and chewy treat!
It looks complex, but all you’ll really need is a cookie cutter to achieve that Mickey Mouse shape.
Top it with colorful M&M’s, and voila! That’s all there is to it.
Milkshakes are undeniably amazing, but have you tried one flavored with peanut butter and jelly?
If not, stop whatever you’re doing and go straight to the kitchen.
You guys, this milkshake is seriously heavenly.
The combination of sweet and salty peanut butter, creamy milk, and fruity jelly creates playful flavors, giving you a mind-blowing milkshake experience.
Pizza for breakfast is always a fun treat. But who wants to get up early in the morning to make pizza?
It sounds like such a hassle, but this recipe is surprisingly easy. In fact, all you’ll need is 20 minutes.
Get that store-bought pizza crust out of the fridge and top it with a mix of eggs, cream, bacon, and cheeses, and pop that beauty in the oven.
The kids will love waking up to that heavenly aroma!
Every kid who loves Frozen won’t be able to resist this treat. I mean, just look at it! I myself couldn’t wait to take a sip.
It’s not only stunning, but also delicious. It’s white chocolate topped with whipped cream, hello?
The magic of food coloring gives its lovely hue, and snowflake sprinkles add to its charm.
14. BB-8 Cupcakes
With these BB-8 cupcakes, the force will definitely awaken! Any Star Wars fan will be stunned at the sight of these treats.
These droids look complicated to make, but with a bit of fondant and a lot of creativity, anybody can pull it off.
These cupcakes are a treat for both the eyes and the palate!
They’re ridiculously moist and chocolatey. That sweet frosting and Oreo ears make them ridiculously charming.
This tater tot-chili mash-up is Woody and Buzz Lightyear-approved!
Tater tots and chili are both fantastic on their own. Put those two together, and you’ll have a mouth-watering dish.
Tater tots and corn chips loaded with chili, jalapenos, and lots of melted cheese – this casserole is absolutely to die for.
Here’s another snack every Frozen fan will absolutely adore.
Muddy Buddies, or puppy chows, are an addictive treat made of Chex, chocolate, and powdered sugar.
This version is gluten-free and makes use of vanilla Chex and white chocolate instead. They’re just as amazing, though!
They’re already fantastic as they are, but the blue, silver, and white sprinkles make them so much more captivating.
18. Tonga Toast
You can’t pay a visit to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and not order a Tonga toast! This banana-stuffed French toast is the stuff.
I love the cinnamon-sugar coating as well.
Its sweet and mildly spicy flavors pair beautifully with the texture of the bread and the taste of the bananas.
You can take it one step further by slathering it with peanut butter and serving it with bacon!
Walking for hours on end along the streets of Disneyland under the sun can be really exhausting.
What better way to beat the heat than with a popsicle?
These popsicles are creamy and dreamy, and the pineapple flavor is terrific.
This homemade version has the same taste, but a lot healthier. It calls for only 3 ingredients, to boot, and couldn’t be easier to make.
20. Lobster Nachos
Nachos with lobster? I’m listening.
If you’re looking to elevate your nacho game, this is the answer.
They’re loaded with the usual nacho toppings – black beans, pico de gallo, jalapenos, chipotle sour cream, and cheese.
But what takes this dish to the next level are soft, sweet, and sensational lobster tails. You can’t go wrong with that!
Want those chewy, chocolatey, and fudgy brownies from the Boardwalk Bakery? Look no further than this recipe.
These brownies are next-level delicious. And good news: you can make them at home.
Surprisingly, the recipe doesn’t require chocolate chips, just cocoa powder. But the results will blow you away!
They’re ultra-rich and gooey, and packed with chocolate goodness.
Hours of walking at Disneyland will definitely make anybody crave a large and hearty sandwich.
Good thing they have this Monte Cristo sandwich on the menu!
If your appetite is extra huge today, why not make this filling sandwich at home?
Packed with Swiss cheese, ham, and bacon, this sandwich will fill your belly and make your tastebuds happy.
Speaking of fantastic sandwiches, here’s another one for ya! Toy Story Land’s grilled cheese is one for the books.
It’s not only bursting with ooey-gooey cheesy goodness but is also paired with a lovely bowl of tomato soup.
This classic combo never disappoints. Just imagining myself dunking that sandwich into the soup makes me hungry!
24. Disney Dole Whip
The Disney Dole Whip is probably the most popular dessert of the theme park, and I totally get why.
It’s so well-loved, people are willing to wait for up to an hour just to get a taste of this pineapple soft served treat.
But with this recipe, you won’t need to trouble yourself with lining up.
You’ll only need 3 ingredients and 5 minutes in the kitchen.
Can’t decide between chocolate and caramel? With this dessert, there’s no need to.
Graham crackers, marshmallow, caramel, and chocolate – all those wonderful flavors and textures in one outstanding bite.
Caramel s’mores are absolutely to die for.
Another signature snack of Disney is the churro bites. If you can’t stop dreaming about them, don’t worry, you can make them at home.
This copycat tastes just as heavenly as the original, but a lot cheaper. It’s a win-win!
An entire Granny Smith apple is dipped in caramel, and then dipped again in chocolate.
That alone already tells you how insanely delicious this snack is, but it doesn’t end there.
It’s also coated with cinnamon sugar and coated in pie crust crumbs.
I’m not a fan of fresh apples, but this one, I’ll gladly devour.
28. BLT Waffle Fries
BLT waffle fries — what in the world?
This beautiful monstrosity has waffle-cut fries at the bottom and bacon, lettuce, tomato, and ranch dressing on top.
Think of it as nachos, but with fries instead of chips. And boy, it’s spectacular!
Chocolate and peanut butter are a perfect combination. These peanut butter bars are proof.
This no-bake dessert consists of graham crackers, peanut butter, and white chocolate. How amazing is that?
Frozen bananas are dipped in melted chocolate and covered in crushed peanuts.
It’s like ice cream, but better: this one doesn’t melt!
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