When you can’t go to Disney, all good Disney fans know you bring Disney home to you! First, take a virtual vacation to the Magic Kingdom and then whip up a few of these Disney snacks. Here’s a list of Disney foods you can make from your pantry (or fridge!) right now!
Disney Foods We Would Love Delivered To Our Home
It’s easy for me to say the things I miss most about going to the Disney Parks are the cast members. I do love them so!
But close behind the smiling faces of the magic makers is the Disney food.
In fact, we recently shared a whole No-Guilt Disney podcast episode about what Disney food we would love to have delivered at home.
Look, I’m not picky: I miss Disney snacks, Disney cocktails, Disney meals… I mean, you name it and I’m probably craving it from Walt Disney World right about now.
But now that we’re all on lockdown making do with Disney snacks coloring sheets, getting my Disney food fix isn’t so easy.
Or is it?
Here is a list of recipes you can make from your pantry or fridge that have a Disney side.
Let’s make our kitchen the Most Magical Place On Earth!
Disney Foods From Your Pantry | AKA The Most Magical Kitchen On Earth
I polled some of my favorite Disney food bloggers to find their best recipes.
I asked for Disney copycat recipes that someone could throw together on a whim.
Something using 4-6 ingredients that we all have in our pantry or fridge right now.
And they responded with some delicious options to bring a little Disney food love into your home.
- Copycat Disney Fruit and Nutella Waffle Sandwich
- Watermelon Arugula Salad Recipe From Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival
- Tatooine Blue Milk Copycat Recipe
- Make Mickey Soft Pretzels at Home
- Crispy Rice Mickey Treats At Home
- Walt Disney World Totchos Disney
- Copycat Recipe: Ice Cream Sandwich
- How To Make Mickey Cinnamon Rolls At Home
- Gluten-Free Disney Beignets
- Disney Banana Bread Recipe
Copycat Disney Fruit and Nutella Waffle Sandwich
There is basically nothing better than this particular Disney snack.
Unless it’s making it at home and saving yourself some money.
$8.29 per waffle sandwich, really, Disney? Ahem…
This Disney food at home submission comes from Lola Lambchops, who inspired this whole roundup of Disney foods. She put together a Disney Day at Home with her kids (so fun!) and this was one of the Disney foods they put together with items they had on hand.
Here’s how you can make your own Copycat Disney Fruit and Nutella Waffle Sandwich Disney snack from your pantry and fridge.
Watermelon Arugula Salad Recipe From Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival
I haven’t had this one, but with the long hot summer coming, that’s all going to change.
This salad looks refreshing and delightful and easy to make now that you can find watermelon in season.
Check out the Watermelon Arugula Salad from Just is a Four Letter Word.
Tatooine Blue Milk Copycat Recipe
Visiting Galaxy’s Edge and nabbing a Rise of the Resistance boarding group is something I look forward to doing.
Until then, I’ll have to sate my Galaxy’s Edge thirst with some of this delicious Tatooine Blue Milk from A Traveler’s Tale.
- banana slices
- unsweetened coconut milk
- maple syrup
- blue food coloring
Make Mickey Soft Pretzels at Home
A Disney soft pretzel hits the spot when you need a quick carb on a long park day.
And hey, even if we aren’t in the parks, these days sure are long here!
So go ahead and use this as an excuse to make these Mickey-shaped soft pretzels from the comfort of your home kitchen.
You can make this Disney food from your pantry stores, no doubt! (If you can score yeast, of course. That’s the kicker!)
Crispy Rice Mickey Treats At Home
Now let’s be real here.
You can’t have Disney food without mentioning crispy rice treats in the shape of a Mickey head.
That just doesn’t make sense!
So that’s why this one landed on the list of Disney foods to make at home.
Here’s how you can make your own Crispy Rice Mickey Treat.
Walt Disney World Totchos
This is a meal I love so much I’m including 2 recipes for it.
Disney Copycat Recipe: Ice Cream Sandwich
Ice cream: good.
Ice cream smushed between cookies: BETTER.
And you can make this copycat Disney ice cream cookie at home with all the stuff in your pantry and freezer!
How To Make Mickey Cinnamon Rolls At Home
Yummmmy…. sign me up for this one!
I think a cinnamon roll at Disney is just about as close to perfect as you can get. And Gaston totally agrees- and he knows a lot about perfection (ask him, he’ll tell you!)
Here’s how to make Mickey Cinnamon Rolls at home.
Gluten-Free Disney Beignets
I do love me a beignet- man catching or not, these are my favorite Disney snacks.
This one comes from DisneyLAND, so just a heads up: we’re making our kitchens the Happiest Place on Earth as well as the Most Magical.
Since we’re living in the virtual world of 2020, I don’t see why this is a problem do you?
Enjoy these gluten-free Disneyland Mickey Shaped beignets.
Disney Foods From Your Pantry: Banana Bread Recipe
Sure, you might not immediately think ‘banana bread’ when you think about Disney food you can make from your pantry.
I get it. It’s not as sexy, as pixie-dusted, as magical as some of the other recipes.
But it’s just as delicious.
Here’s how you can make Disney banana bread at home- you’ll feel like you’re grazing the Boma buffet in no time!
Now that you have all these great Disney foods from your panty, you can jump on board Disney+ and take a virtual tour of Disney through this list of shows.
Patty Holliday has been running Disney since 2011. She knows just about every tip, trick, and hack there is to cover the runDisney Magical Miles at Disney World and Disneyland. She knows every mile isn’t *always* magical- but with training, tips, and a little bit of pixie dust, they can be a lot of fun! You can also find her at noguilttravel.com and noguiltfangirl.com