Here's How to Make Your Favorite Disneyland Treats at Home
Ever had a hankering for pineapple dole whip, Matterhorn macaroons, Mickey Mouse pretzels or the Monte Cristo sandwich, but were nowhere near Disneyland? Yep, we've been there!
To help you all out (ourselves, included!), we decided to round up some copycat versions of the best bites Disneyland has to offer.
Scroll below to satiate your cravings!
Pineapple Dole Whip
Dole whip is easily one of the greatest treats at Disneyland. Everyone loves it. If you don't, well, you can't be trusted. But it turns out this soft serve is super simple to make, so getting your dole whip fix isn't as difficult as you might expect. Follow THIS two-ingredient recipe and enjoy some whip stat.
Mickey Mouse Pretzel
Soft pretzels are great, but for some reason they taste so much better when we're enjoying a Mickey Mouse-inspired one. THIS 10-minute recipe is here for all of you who crave Disneyland's soft pretzels on the daily.
(via Smart School House)
The Grey Stuff
A recent addition to the park, the grey stuff is currently being served at the Red Rose Tavern in Fantasyland. We've tried it and, yes, it is delicious. Make some of your very own by following THIS tutorial.
White Chocolate Raspberry Cookies
Every Disneyland fanatic is obsessed with the park's white chocolate raspberry cookies. If you haven't had one, where have you been?! These cookies are everything. Make them for yourself HERE.
(via Rumbly in My Tumbly)
The wonderful thing about Disneyland is Tigger Tails are a wonderful thing. An ooey-gooey treat of marshmallows and caramel, you can never have just one. Luckily, you can make your very own with THIS recipe.
(via Lady Behind the Curtain)
Mickey Mouse Beignets
Though beignets are a bit difficult to make, these fluffy, donut-like treats are totally worth all the effort. Make your very own Mickey Mouse ones following THIS recipe.
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Monte Cristo Sandwich
This iconic sandwich served at Blue Bayou and Cafe Orleans is a fan favorite. And how could it not be? It's the perfect mix of savory and sweet, and leaves you stuffed for days. Find the copycat recipe HERE.
(via Disney Food Blog)
One of the cutest treats in the entire park, we can't help but scarf down a few whenever we visit. If you love these macaroons, you'll love THIS recipe that allows you to make them at home even more.
(via Pink Cake Plate)
Chili Cone Queso
The Cozy Cone is always one of the first places we visit whenever we switch over to California Adventure, mainly because we're all about the chili cone queso. Every fan of this savory food needs to watch THIS tutorial.
Turkey legs are hard to come by, so devouring one on a trip to Disneyland is a must. If you can't make it to Disneyland, but really want a turkey leg, make them yourself following THIS recipe.
(via The Woks of Life)
Cheddar Garlic Bagel Twist
Sold at Maurice's Treats in Fantasy Faire, these twists are full of cheesy goodness. We can't get enough of them and, thankfully, we don't have to, thanks to THIS recipe.
We'll definitely still be hitting up Disneyland, even though these recipes are lifesavers, especially because the park is now selling their version of a Pumpkin Spice Latte. Read all about it HERE!