Food & Nutrition

18 Secret Recipes That Were Just Released for the First Time

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:

Toy Story Land’s grilled cheese

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

PCH Grill’s chocolate, peanut butter, and banana French toast

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.

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