Disney’s assorted delights
Since it will probably be a long while until families can visit any of the Mouse’s houses, the gastronomic geniuses behind some of the signature eats found throughout Disney’s many amusement parks have gone viral in a new Disney Parks blog series to turn fan kitchens into the happiest places on Earth. Sometimes you just really need a fix, and Disney has provided several, including one for the ubiquitous churro and another for classic Mickey Mouse–shaped beignets. You can Disney-fy your kitchen even further by cooking with Le Creuset’s five-piece logo stoneware set, Minnie Mouse mixing bowls, or a Pixar-character slow cooker.
But wait—there’s more! Disney also released the following recipes to create further magic in your mouth:
• Plant-based cookie fries from Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney’s Beach Club Resort
• Canadian cheddar cheese soup from Epcot’s Le Cellier Steakhouse
• The Grey Stuff mentioned in Beauty & The Beast‘s “Be Our Guest” and served atop a scalloped cookie at both the Red Rose Tavern at Disneyland and Walt Disney World’s Be Our Guest restaurant
• Tonga Toast from Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
• A frozen pineapple treat that’s a worthy substitute for the Tiki Room’s famous Dole Whip
When the gates open again, scope out these new foods you have to try at least once when visiting Disney World.