Six EPCOT Recipes to Bring Walt Disney World to YOU

Ahhhh, to be at Walt Disney World where you can eat whatever you like and burn it off on the walk from Spaceship Earth to the International Gateway. EPCOT especially is great not only for counting steps but for the variety of different cuisines from which you can choose.


Even when you’re away from the World, you can bring the magic of Disney food to your kitchen with recipes inspired by your favorite dishes.

Here are six recipes from EPCOT that you can try at home to spice things up Disney World style!

Cheddar Cheese Soup

Le Cellier is famous for their Cheddar Cheese Soup, but you don’t have to make an ADR just to get one now. First, you’ll need to gather all the ingredients, including milk, chicken stock, butter, and, of course, a healthy amount of cheddar cheese.

A cheddar cheese soup in its natural habitat…about to be devoured

A good, hearty soup during these upcoming winter months sounds terrific, and you’ll have plenty to go around because the recipes yields eight servings. Just don’t make the mistake of boiling the soup and letting it break down when you reheating your leftovers (or, alternately, eat it all in one sitting as a challenge).


Norwegian Kringla is essentially a fancy pretzel, but pretzels is a love language to us. Good thing then that we have the recipe to make our very own whenever we need it.

Love comes in all shapes and toppings

Even if you’re not good with dough, our step by step guide will help you through the tricky bits. After making a few of these twisty bakes, you’ll be a pro in no time!

Nudel Gratin

When you need something comforting and cheesy, you could go a lot more wrong than the Nudel Gratin from the Biergarten. Two types of cheese and macaroni baked to perfection — what’s not to love?

Is this what heaven looks like?

The recipe also calls for other telltale signs of comfort food, like heavy cream, eggs, salt, and pepper (nutmeg is also in there). The recipe does say to makes eight to ten servings, but we won’t tell if you take some extra.

Queso Fundido

Then we said more cheese! This Queso Fundido recipe from the San Angel Inn makes for a great snack or appetizer for a Disney movie night or game day.

Queso Fundido

This is also a fairly simple dish to make, with only three ingredients (one that doesn’t come into play until after the queso is already done). All the better; less work and more time spent chowing down!

Blood Orange Margarita

If you need something to quench your thirst after all this, you can also try your hand at the Blood Orange Margarita from La Cava del Tequila. You’ll need a couple of different alcoholic liquids to mix into this, including Triple Sec Arrow, Blood Orange Puree, and Tequila El Mayor Blanco.

Blood Orange Margarita

After mixing all the ingredients together, you’ll shake or mix, depending on your preference. Then the real question becomes are you going to stick with the hibiscus salt or go with sugar on the rim.

Creamy Lobster Soup

We’re jumping back to food again with the Creamy Lobster Soup recipe from the Coral Reef Restaurant. The most important (and pricey) ingredient here is, of course, the lobster meat.

Lobster Bisque from Coral Reef

The cool thing about this recipe is some of the ingredients are a little more robust than your average soup. The paprika and cayenne pepper add some spice, while the sherry and brandy add a sweet punch to this creamy soup.

Check out even more Disney World recipes that you can make right here!

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