9 Disney World Copycat Recipes You Will Love

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Have you ever eaten at a restaurant in Disney World and thought to yourself, “This is sooo good … I wish I didn’t have to wait til our next Disney trip to be able to eat it again”?

It turns out that you may not have to wait after all.

For example, one of the most famous Disney snacks is the Dole Whip, a pineapple-flavored sort serve treat that can you eat by itself, or as a float with the help of some pineapple juice.


Dole Whip Float at Disney World
Photo courtesy of Brett at Disney Photo Snapper


Well, did you know that you can buy the exact same mix that Disney uses and make your own Dole Whips at home?


Just buy a bag of this (it also comes in flavors like lemon, orange, and strawberry), pour it into something like this … and you’ve got your own Dole Whips.

Of course, most of our favorite Disney menu items can’t be replicated at home just by bagging a bag.

But that’s okay too.

Because thanks to the miracle of the Internet and some clever food bloggers, there are still some Disney dishes you can replicate with minimal effort.


9 Copycat Recipes Inspired by Disney World

(Click the bold link for the recipe and the lighter link for the restaurant review.)

Breakfast Pizza from Cape May Cafe at Disney’s Beach Resort
See Vanessa Craft

Peanut Butter & Jelly Milkshake from 50’s Prime Time Cafe in Hollywood Studios
The Farm Girl Gabs

Cheesy Bacon Potatoes from Chef Mickey at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Brought to You By Mom

Bread Pudding from ‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Resort
Disney Food Blog

Grilled Steak Bowl from Satu’li Canteen at World of Pandora in Animal Kingdom
Summer at Disney Floor Diaries

Strawberry Soup from 1900 Park Fare at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
The Recipes of Disney

Mickey and Minnie Candy Apples
Get Away Today

Mommy Mouse Clubhouse

Mickey Soft Pretzels
Liz On Call




Disney World Copycat Recipes

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