The first Disney theme park, Disneyland, opened in 1955. The restaurants there have been serving up yummy recipes ever since. If you think about it, there are actually two types of Disney inspired recipes… copycats of restaurant dishes and those created in the kitchen’s of Mickey fans everywhere.
No matter what food category you choose, Disney inspired recipes are waiting for you. You’re not just limited to The Lady and the Tramp’s spaghetti. When you’re in the mood to whip up a sweet treat, you’re in luck. Want to bake a tasty entree your kids will love? You can do that too. Here are 10 ideas to get you started.
Ratatouille Tart | Olivia’s Cuisine – Serving this yummy tart is the perfect way to get your kids to eat more veggies, without much effort on your part. Don’t forget to add the Parmigiano Reggiano!
Disney Beauty and the Beast Freak Shake | See Vanessa Craft – This shake looks amazing, doesn’t it? The lemon-flavor might just remind you of the lemonade served at Chick-fil-A. And that donut makes a great “dipper,” don’t you think?
Fire Roasted Stuffed Bell Peppers Inside Out Recipe | Mom Endeavors – When you’re in the mood for dinner with a little kick, consider this fire-roasted stuffed pepper recipe. The peppers are gluten-free and call for either green chiles or jalapenos. The choice is up to you!
Disney’s Frozen White Hot Chocolate | Sparkles to Sprinkles – This (blue) white hot chocolate is the perfect shade of blue, not to mention creamy and delish. What little (or big) girl wouldn’t love this shake on the table!
Disney Copycat Apple Pie Caramel Apples Recipe | Food Folks and Fun – This is another treat waiting for you in the Disney parks. Word has it, these apple pie caramel apples always sell out quickly. Make them at home with just four ingredients.
Star Wars Princess Leia Cupcakes | Totally the Bomb – Make these cute cupcakes using your favorite flavor of batter. They make a fun addition to a Star Wars-themed bithday party, family movie night or just because.
Alice’s Earl Grey Tea Cakes | Olivia’s Cuisine – These Earl Grey tea cakes are super-moist, have just the right amount of sweetness and smell amazing. They are the perfect choice when you want something to celebrate your “Happy Un-Birthday” or any other occasion.
Disney Finding Dory Marshmallow Pops | See Vanessa Craft – Finding Dory is SUCH a fun movie. Baby Dory is more than a little bit adorable. These marshmallow pops pretty much fall into the same category. Blue chocolate melts are the key to making the marshmallows the color of the ocean.
Delicious Recipes Inspired by Disney Pixar’s Inside Out | Thrifty Nifty Mommy – Five recipes inspired by the popular characters of Inside Out! Tuna Steaks, Broccoli Pizza, S’mores, Deep-Fried Long Beans and Macaroni and Cheese… oh my!
Beauty and the Beast: Beef Ragout | Feast of Starlight – No feast is complete without a hearty dish. This Beef Ragout is full of vegetables and beef, the perfect combination for a main dish.
LeFou’s Brew: A Walt Disney World Favorite | The Farm Girl Gabs – What’s a feast without a tasty drink! This fruity drink is the perfect mixture of sweet and slushy goodness to cool you off on the hottest of days!
Tiana – Man Catching New Orleans Beignets | Ashlee Marie – Whether you’re trying to catch a man or just love the taste of authentic New Orleans food, these beignets are sure to hit the spot.
The Easiest Cheese Souffle | The Kitchy Kitchen – Take a dish from Beauty and the Beast and enjoy this delightful cheese souffle. This recipe is so easy, your kids can help make it! You can even get it ready ahead of time and bake when you’re ready!
Empire Biscuits | Lorraine Elliott – My kids love the movie Brave. Especially the part where the triplets eat all the biscuits and toss them into the air. Now your kids can enjoy this treat right in their own home with these Shortbread Empire Biscuits.
Limoncello Snow Cones | Cupcake Project – “Don’t worry…it’s lemon!” is one of my favorite lines in Monsters, Inc. And my kids laugh at it every time. This would be a fun treat while watching the movie with the family.
The Best Spaghetti and Meatballs | The Hopeless Housewife – Whether you’re enjoying a romantic dinner for two or just love spaghetti and meatballs, this recipe is sure to be a hit with everyone. If you’re brave enough you could try slurping the noodles up with your sweetheart.
Tiny Gooseberry Pies | Boulder Locavore – Did you ever wish you could be Snow White? I know I did. And while you can’t be Snow White, you can cook like her with these Gooseberry Pies!
Eat Me! Cookies | Diamonds for Dessert – Who didn’t dream of becoming Alice and falling down a magic hole into a world of imagination and talking rabbits? When you enjoy these treats, maybe they will transport you and your guests to a world of magic! And if not, they are perfect for working on your decorating skills.
Kronk’s Spinach Puffs | Rosanna Pansino – Hopefully with this simple recipe you won’t burn these tasty Spinach Puffs like Kronk! Try this as an appetizer or as a snack in the afternoon. Either way, I’m sure you will love them!
Cucumber Mint Sorbet | milliemirepoix – One of my favorite scenes in a Disney film is when Princess Mia puts a spoonful of the Mint Sorbet in her mouth like it was a tasty treat, not knowing it would immediately give her ‘brain freeze’. So long as you’re careful not to take too much, you will enjoy this minty treat!
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Annette has been married to her husband and best friend since 2003. Together they are raising their six children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet her angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating UNIT STUDIES and FREE PRINTABLES for homeschool families. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about homeschooling, homemaking and marriage while trying to maintain her sanity. She is also the owner of Thrifty Homeschoolers where she shares her tips on homeschooling without breaking the bank.
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