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Bring the Taste of Disney Home with These Disney World Recipes

Bring the Taste of Disney Home with These Disney World Recipes

One of the best parts about going to Disney World is all the treats and amazing food found there. There are some neat food items that can’t just be bought at any store, only at Disney World. In order to bring the taste of Disney World home, you can either use copycat recipes or make Disney World themed recipes for you and the kids to enjoy. It’s well worth the effort and can even be made into a fun countdown or way for the kids to be patient until the next trip rolls around. Here are a few recipe ideas that I fell in love with and I think you will too!

Copycat Disney World Recipes

If you’ve ever wished you could bring some of your favorite treats home with you from Disney World, you’re not alone. Most of us who have visited Disney World have a food or two we wish we could get our hands on more often than just when we’re at Disney. With these amazing copycat recipes, you can try your hand at recreating some of your favorite Disney foods.

  • Crispy Rice Mickey Treats
  • Jolly Holiday Raspberry Rose Macarons – These are found at the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe. This is located at the end of Main St. at Disney World.
  • LeFou’s Brew Cocktail – This cocktail is for adults and is fashioned after the LeFou’s Brew that can be found at Gaston’s Tavern in the Magic Kingdom.
  • Caramel S’Mores – These are found at Karamell-Küche at Epcot in Disney World.
  • Disney Dole Whip Popsicles
  • Disney Dole Whip – Make the original Dole Whip recipe Disney is famous for instead of the popsicle version. Whichever you prefer!
  • Monte Cristo Sandwich – You can find these at the Blue Bayou restaurant in Disneyland.
  • Kungaloosh – This chocolatey dessert can be found at the Skipper Canteen which is the jungle cruise inspired restaurant at Magic Kingdom. Scroll to the bottom to find the recipe.
  • E.A. Shu Mai – This Asian dumpling style recipe is also found at the Skipper Canteen restaurant. Scroll to the bottom to find the recipe!
  • Lime Dole Whip – This is a variation you can get of the classic Dole Whip sold at Disney.
  • Mickey Mouse Cake Pops – These cake pops are fashioned after the cake pops found at Candy Cauldron in Disney Springs.


Disney Themed Recipes

Airel Mermaid Cupcakes

Below is a list of fun Disney themed recipes that might be fun to make with the kids, for a party with Disney characters involved, etc. Many of these links come with printables so you can get the exact look shown in the post. These may not be a copycat of the tastes that you experienced at Disney World however, they’re a great way to still experience the magic of the characters Disney has to offer. Some of these recipes are themed after things or events found at Disney World which is also another fun aspect.

Woody Pudding

Buzz Lightyear Floats

Woody’s Road Trip Snack Mix

Mickey Oreos

Aladdin Cookies

Dumbo Cupcakes

Mickey Mouse Bark Candy

Beauty and the Beast Cupcakes

Mickey Rice Krispy Treats

Mickey Ice Cream Sundaes

Toy Story Oreos

Dumbo Peanut Clusters

Jack Skellington Mickey Ear Cookies

The Incredibles Oreos

The Incredibles Cookie Cups

Mickey and Minnie Christmas Cake Balls

Nightmare Before Christmas Sally Sugar Cookies

Snow White Poison Apple Pops

Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head Cookies

Mickey Mouse Halloween Sugar Cookies

Lion King Cupcakes

Frozen Blue Hot Chocolate

The Lion King Peanut Butter Fruit Dip

The Incredibles Freak Shake

Mickey Pumpkin Donuts

BFG Frobscottle

Finding Dory Snack Mix

Beauty and the Beast Teacup Cupcakes

Beauty and the Beast Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Pete’s Dragon Cookies

Frozen Themed Cupcakes

Toy Story Alien Jell-O Cups

Cinderella Glass Slipper Candy

The Grey Stuff Beauty and the Beast Cupcakes

Marvel Themed Cupcakes

Coco Guitar Cupcakes

Mickey Mouse Grilled Cheese

Mickey Mouse Cheesecake Bites

Groot Root Beer Float

Moana Cookies

Beauty and the Beast Oreos

The Incredibles Fruity Slush


There are so many fun ways to bring the Disney magic home with us. Whether it’s a recreated or copycat recipe of food we loved while there or simply a food fashioned after a character we love, Disney never stops with the magic. These recipes are all an amazing way to keep that magic alive even if it’s been a while since you’ve been to Disney World.

Emily at Hunny I'm Home DIY

Saturday 28th of September 2019

Wow! So many great Disney recipes!! Thanks for including my Buzz Lightyear Float and Woody Pudding cups!

Patty Staricha

Sunday 29th of September 2019

Your welcome!