20 Copycat Disney Recipes to Make When You're Homesick For the Parks
Craving a Dole Whip? Would you do anything for a churro? Dreaming of a sweet, chocolate-covered marshmallow pop? We feel you. If you're homesick for a visit to Disneyland or Disney World, these copycat recipes will bring the magic and delicious goodness of the park right to your very own kitchen. Whether you want to take a trip to Epcot or Main Street, these desserts will transport you right to the magic. A day at the park won't feel so far away. Enjoy!
— Additional reporting by Lauren Harano
Cornflake-Crusted French Toast
Texas toast dipped in thick cinnamon batter and crusted with cornflakes like this can be found at The Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom. Just look at that crunchy coating!
Get the recipe: cornflake-crusted French toast
This iconic Beauty and the Beast recipe features red velvet cake, raspberry sauce, and Oreo cookies all wrapped up in one decadent package.
Get the recipe: grey stuff
Galaxy’s Edge Blue Milk
Disneyland's new Star Wars land, Galaxy's Edge, features this delightful blue milk. This drink is frothy, fruity, and out-of-this-world good.
Get the recipe: Galaxy's Edge blue milk
This churro toffee can be found at Disney's California Adventure Park at Trolley Treats located on Buena Vista Street. It's a delicious indulgence that only includes four ingredients!
Get the recipe: churro toffee
Grilled Three-Cheese Sandwich
Typically found at Woody's Lunch Box in Hollywood Studios, this gooey sandwich is packed with three different kinds of cheese and will literally melt in your mouth. Lunch is served!
Get the recipe: grilled three-cheese sandwich
Do you race around the park in search of churro carts? Yeah, we understand. While these might not be a foot long, they are coated with plenty of sweet cinnamon sugar.
Get the recipe: homemade churros
Red’s Apple Freeze
You don't need to head to Car's Land in Disneyland to get this sweet and refreshing apple drink. With a creamy foam and crisp taste, this drink is too good to be true.
Get the recipe: Red's apple freeze
Puffed French Toast
Found at The Crystal Palace at Walt Disney World, this world-famous puffed French toast is a dream come true. It's a specialty at the brunch buffet, and that's probably because it's deep fried and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar.
Get the recipe: puffed French toast
Let Belle herself teach you how to make these gorgeous apple roses. Not only are they beautiful to look at, but they're also easy to make!
Get the recipe: apple roses
The Monte Cristo is a spin on the French croque-monsieur (fried ham and cheese sandwich), and it's every bit as good as it sounds. You can find it at Blue Bayou Restaurant, along with other tasty Cajun fare foods.
Get the recipe: Monte Cristo
Mickey Mouse Caramel Apples
No matter what month it is, feel free to create these Mickey Jack-o'-lantern candy apples! Besides the fact that they're supercute, they're also coated in caramel sauce, melted white chocolate, orange sanding sugar, and melted dark chocolate. Need we say more?
Get the recipe: Mickey Mouse caramel apples
Star Wars fans know to stop by Disney World's Contemporary Resort Bakery for a Chewie cupcake, but if you're not in the area, you can master the icing technique at home as long as you have piping bags and tips.
Get the recipe: Chewbacca cupcakes
Frozen Avocado Margarita
The coveted drink at La Cava del Tequila Bar inside the Mexico Pavilion at Epcot in Disney World is this frozen avocado margarita. You can make this supersmooth drink at home, complete with fresh avocado.
Get the recipe: frozen avocado margarita
Mac and Cheese Cones
The Cozy Cone Motel at Disneyland's California Adventure serves soft bread cones filled with mac and cheese and crumbled bacon on top. It's carb heaven and, lucky for you, fairly easy to make at home.
Get the recipe: mac and cheese cones
Minnie Mouse Caramel Apples
One of the most iconic treats you can find on both Main Streets (Disneyland and Disney World) are Mickey and Minnie Mouse caramel apples. Did you know the little mouse ears are made with cut marshmallows?
Get the recipe: Minnie Mouse caramel apples
DIY Pineapple Ice Cream
While this version isn't exactly like Disneyland and Disney World's iconic frozen pineapple treat, it does pack plenty of tropical flavor.
Get the recipe: DIY pineapple ice cream
Minnie Mouse Cupcakes
The high-top cupcake from Disney World's Contemporary Resort Bakery isn't all frosting. The inside of the cupcake is cut out and filled with cream before being iced.
Get the recipe: Minnie Mouse cupcakes
On Main Street USA at Disneyland, you can find ultrasoft and squishy snickerdoodle cookies, and yes, we have a recipe for a similar-tasting batch right here.
Get the recipe: snickerdoodle cookies
Vegan Pineapple Soft Serve
Although Disney's tiki treat is always vegan (yes, it's naturally dairy-free), this lightened-up recipe sweetens the pineapple with banana and almond milk.
Get the recipe: vegan pineapple soft serve
Mickey Mouse Marshmallow Wands
On Main Street at Disney World's Magic Kingdom, you can find these adorable chocolate-covered marshmallows served on Mickey Mouse Ear "crazy" straws. The decorating technique isn't difficult at all and would make for a great weekend project.
Get the recipe: Mickey Mouse marshmallow wands