Disney Recipes Made by YOU: We’re Very Impressed with Your Skills

With social distancing, virtual offices, and distance learning, we’re all spending a LOT of time at home right now. And like lots of people, I’ve found myself in the kitchen more than usual, attempting new recipes.

Cheddar Drop Biscuits @AllEarsnet Instagram

When you’re not able to go to Disney World, you have to bring a little magic home — and what better way than using our HUGE recipe index with Disney World Recipes?

I’ve whipped up the Cheddar Drop Biscuits from Homecomin’, the PB&J Shake from 50’s Prime Cafe, a Dole Whip, Cheddar Cheese Soup from Le Cellier, and Woody’s Lunchbox Tarts. Considering I can barely cook, this has been a fun challenge!

We recently ask our followers on Instagram and Facebook if they’d used our Recipe Index to make any Disney Magic in the kitchen, and we were blown away by some of the dishes! These all look so delicious and professional, we just had to share!

Mickey Beignets from Port Orleans French Quarter 

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Chef Art Smith’s Hummingbird Cake from Homecomin’

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Honestly, this looks professional.

Carrot Cake Cookies from Writer Stop

Tanya Efken Griffin/Facebook

Cute cookies, cuter chef!

Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake from Liberty Tree Tavern 

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Would it be possible for you to mail me a piece of this!?

Canard au Miel, Haricots Vert et Pommes de Terre Douce Chefs de France

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This is WAY fancier than I could ever dream of making. Hats, er berets, off to you.

Vanilla Souffle from Victoria and Albert’s


Speaking of challenging recipes, this vanilla souffle looks *chef’s kiss.*

Monte Cristo and Mint Julep from Disneyland


Our follower @disnerddiaries is having Disney Date Nights in her home, inspired by a different park each time! This is from their Disneyland Dinner — the iconic Mint Julep and Monte Cristo Sandwich! (We peep some gorgeous pommes frites back there, too!)

Bread Pudding from ‘Ohana

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It. is. perfect.

Tonga Toast from Kona Cafe


I would eat this breakfast, noon, and night. No rules in quarantine.

Mom’s Meatloaf from 50’s Prime Time Cafe

I would have no issues joining the “Clean Plate Club” if this was my dinner.

Have you used our Recipe Catalog to re-create a favorite Disney eat? Let us know in the comments!



Molly is a lifelong Disney enthusiast, and former Walt Disney World Guest Relations Cast Member and tour guide. Her Walt Disney World favorites include Festival of the Lion King, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Fantasmic!, Mickey-shaped pretzels and rice krispie treats, and anything with Buzz Lightyear! She lives in Orlando with her husband (who she met in Guest Relations) and their two rescue dogs, Kronk and Cruella de Vil (Ella for short!)

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One Reply to “Disney Recipes Made by YOU: We’re Very Impressed with Your Skills”

  1. I also made the hummingbird cake. However … my baking does not turn out pretty. So I made it in a 9 x 13 rectangular pan, and skipped the frosting (I know, I know … it is the best part … but I am diabetic). And it was delicious. I shared the recipe with a friend for her daughter’s birthday, and they enjoyed it as well.

    I am still trying to make a good Dole Whip. I have a different recipe, and it is really good, but it isn’t a Dole Whip.