How to Make Your Favorite Disneyland Treats at Home

March 26, 2020 - 12:00 am

When you go to Disneyland, it's all about the rides and meeting your favorite characters. But let's be honest - we also go there for our favorite treats. While you might not be able to get a churro or popcorn on Main Street U.S.A. right now, here are some yummy Disneyland favorites you can make at home:

Mickey Waffles

If you’ve been sleeping on Mickey Waffles, you are missing out! These are a favorite Disneyland food. There is something about the batter that is so tasty and those Mickey ears get nice and crispy. Luckily, you can make them for yourself using Carbon's Golden Malted Pancake & Waffle Flour. This is the same exact batter that they use in the parks. For bonus points, you can also get your own Mickey Waffle Iron at ShopDisney.com. There are other waffle irons that are less expensive, but honestly, they do not compare!

Churro Toffee

This is a newer item at Disneyland and is becoming an instant favorite. If you like churros, then you will love Churro Toffee! This item was selling out all over the parks when it was first introduced but now you can make it at home. Get the recipe here.

Monte Cristo Sandwich

This recipe comes straight from Disneyland! There really is nothing better than getting a bag of the magical beignets from the Mint Julep bar. The line is usually around the corner for this amazing treat. Get the recipe here, but don’t forget to get a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter on Amazon for the full effect!

Corn Dogs

You know that red wagon on Main Street that always has a line? That line is for corn dogs! Not sure if you can capture the exact magic of these at home, but go ahead and try it out and see.

Loaded Baked Potato Soup

This is the perfect soup for a cold day. Usually found at Carnation Café, the Baked Potato Soup gives you everything you want in potato in soup form. It’s SO creamy and yummy and not too heavy. Get the recipe here.

Bonus: Drinks from Oga’s Cantina

Disneyland’s newest land is the home of the first ever place you can get booze in the park – Oga’s Cantina. While you might not be able to get the same atmosphere at home, you may be able to get a taste of some of your favorite drinks…. If you’re good with molecular gastronomy!

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