With The Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World temporarily closed, we have seen so many creative ideas on how to bring the magic into your home. We have seen chalk art, recreating rides, watching our favorite parades and shows, but this one will satisfy your tastebuds for sure.
Everyone knows that the Disney Parks food is next level. Whether you enjoy a warm churro, a sweet dole whip, or even an original caramel apple, the recipes below are sure to bring back the memories of The Happiest Place on Earth right to your kitchen.
Normally found at the Blue Bayou or Cafe Orleans, this savory and sweet sandwich is one of our Disney favorites. Check out the recipe above from Lil Luna to try this delicious meal at home. Lil Luna is run by Kristyn Merkley. With 6 kids, she says anything she does has to be "relatively simple and quick". That is why she loves sharing recipes on her blog.
There is nothing better than sitting down and enjoying a hand-dipped corndog from Disneyland after a long day. This is not your typical one layer corndog. This meal is covered with a thick cornbread coating and fried to golden brown perfection. This recipe comes from The Stay at Home Chef. Rachel's blog is the place where she shares restaurant quality recipes you can easily make at home.
Perhaps one of the top three greatest things you can ever order at Disney theme parks, the Dole Whip will make your taste buds say "Mahalo." This recipe is again from Lil Luna. Check out her at-home recipe above.
Apple Pie Caramel Apples from Disneyland are one of our favorite treats! Now you can bring the magic to your kitchen with this easy recipe from Favorite Family Recipes. With recipes, videos, cookbooks, free weekly meal plans, and easy grocery ordering, this blog really has it all!
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