Eat like you’re on vacation with these Copycat Disney World and Disneyland Recipes! These Disney World and Disneyland Recipes are perfect for the Disney Fanatic. Now you can have the taste of Disney right at home!
Copycat Disney World and Disneyland Recipes for the Disney Fanatic
When I think of Disney, the rides aren’t the first thing that come to mind… the food is! All that walking and time in the sun truly works up an appetite, and Disney’s food is some of the best. There’s something so nostalgic about it! While researching recipes for this post, I was blown away by how many Disney World and Disneyland recipes you can recreate right at home. Disneyland recipes whenever you want them? That could get dangerous!
Every single one of these Disneyland recipes look absolutely incredible. I can’t decide which one I want to try first! Seriously, my mouth was watering the entire time I was researching Disney World and Disneyland recipes. In today’s world, most of us can’t travel like we used to. Now’s the best time I can think of to learn how to recreate your favorite Disney World and Disneyland recipes yourself.
If you can’t get to Disney yourself anytime soon (I know I can’t), you’ve got to try these savory and sweet treats at home! This master list of Disneyland recipes has something for everyone, from cooking novice to kitchen expert. If you’re the kind of chef that likes a competition, challenge a friend or family member to a cook-off with one of the more difficult recipes. I promise your family won’t mind — two chefs means double the food!
Okay, my ramblings are done. I’ll keep dreaming about Disney and these Disneyland recipes on my own time. Enjoy these Copycat Disney World and Disneyland Recipes. Make sure to tell me your favorite in the comments below!
Appetizer, anyone? Start the party with our Mickey Mouse Pretzels! | Frugal Coupon Living
Disney Springs near Walt Disney World Resort is home to The Ganachery, a specialty chocolate shop! Have you been there? See if these Mickey Hot Chocolate Bombs with Marshmallows stack up to their chocolates! | Frugal Coupon Living
Indulge in these Copycat Disneyland Pommes Frites with Cajun Remoulade. If you pretend you’ve been walking around Disney all day, the calories don’t count! | Six Sisters’ Stuff
You don’t have to be on Main Street to get the perfect treat for your sweet tooth. Now you have this Copycat Disneyland Caramel Chocolate Marshmallows to ease your cravings. | The Idea Room
Need Disneyland recipes for a cold winter’s day? Make these easy Hot Chocolate Bombs with Marshmallows. They’re a fun way to upgrade your regular hot chocolate. | Frugal Coupon Living
The grey stuff IS delicious — at least when it comes to this Copycat recipe! | My Frugal Adventures
All I can say is YUM. Try these easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwiches while you’re on your Disneyland recipes kick. The salt on top is my favorite part! | Picky Palate
This recipe isn’t even a copycat — it’s the real deal, straight from the Disney recipe vault! This secret Disney’s Cookie Fries from the Beaches & Cream Soda Shop has been released to the public. | Disney Parks
Everyone raves about our Copycat Disney Orange Whip. It’s a refreshing summer treat that will transport you to sunny days at Disney! | Frugal Coupon Living
Calories don’t count at Disney. I promise! These Bread Cones are stuffed with Mac-and-Cheese and topped with bacon. Need I say more? | The Disney Chef
You will need a Mickey cookie cutter for this recipe! Make these Homemade Hand Dipped Ice Cream Bars with the kids this summer… or any season! | Mommy House Club House
Looking for refreshing Disneyland recipes? Disneyland Copycat Red’s Apple Freeze is a treat on hot days! How beautiful is that color? | Le Creme de la Crumb
Even dessert Disneyland recipes are appropriate for breakfast. I mean, Disneyland recipes scream “special occasion”! Try these Disneyland’s Mickey Mouse Beignets in the morning, at night — whenever the craving strikes! | Chef in Training
Okay, this Copycat Disney Breakfast Pizza definitely counts as breakfast. Don’t be fooled by the “pizza” — although this would make a delicious breakfast-for-dinner dish! | See Vanessa Craft
Disneyland-Style Hand Dipped Corn Dogs are covered with a thick cornbread coating and fried to golden brown perfection, just like they’re served in the park. These kinds of Disneyland recipes transport you to Disneyland’s Little Red Wagon on Main Street. | The Stay at Home Chef
I’ll take my sandwich deep fried, please. You need to try these Disneyland Monte Cristo Sandwiches! | Lil Luna
This is a YES! Your family will go crazy for this Disneyland S’mores Bake. You might want to make an extra batch! | Family Food Fun
Make Disneyland’s Matterhorn Macaroons for a festive tea party complete with Disneyland recipes! | Rumbly Tumbly
O. M. G. Disneyland’s Delicious Churro Funnel Cakes have oodles of spiral churro goodness topped with freshly whipped cream and drizzled with caramel sauce. I’ll take two, please! | The Stay at Home Chef
Here comes the classic — Copycat Disney Turkey Leg! We made these one year for Thanksgiving dinner. You can’t have a Copycat Disney dinner without the turkey legs! | The Works of Life
Disney’s Birthday Cake Fudge Recipe will get you in the birthday spirit any day of the year! | Food Fanatic
Here’s a great low-guilt dessert option. Disney’s Chocolate Covered Frozen Bananas are a healthier alternative to some other dessert Disneyland recipes. | One Lovely Life
Copycat Disneyland Mini Churro Bites are a fan favorite! Serve them with the most delicious chocolate dip. | Family Food Fun
Forget your regular old candy apple. Disney’s Apple Pie Caramel Apple is hands-down the way to make it! | Five Heart Home
If these aren’t at the park, they should be. Chocolate Covered Mickey OREOs are so simple to make and so festive! They are perfect for birthdays, too. | Frugal Coupon Living
Yum! Put a Disney spin on your average pizza night with these Easy Mickey Mouse Pizzas. | Frugal Coupon Living
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Last Updated on April 9, 2021 by Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living
Davette B says
The only thing I ate in Disney was the giant baked potatoes in Epcot Center (we packed food because the tickets were already too expensive 40y ago). With the bacon and cheese it was very filling.
Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living says
They sound delicious