10 of the BEST Disneyland Food Copycats!

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In honor of Disney’s 60th Anniversary this year, we are going to celebrate with 10 of the BEST Disney copycat recipes! I can’t wait  to add scrumptious Disney foods to my menu at home! One of the absolute BEST parts of Disney Land (besides the rides) is all the scrumptious food! Here are 10 of the BEST! Mmmmm…..Get ready to slobber!

Homemade Disney Dole Whips 

If you have not had the chance to try Disney’s Dole Whips your life has not been completed. The first time I tried these was outside the “Enchanted Tiki Room” in the Magic Kingdom. I crave them ALL the time! And this homemade recipe does NOT disappoint!


“Try the Grey Stuff…It’s Delicious!!” 

You can find the “Grey Stuff” at Disney’s “Be Our Guest Restaurant”. Or you can make it at home! With this “Grey Stuff” copycat recipe!!



Disney “Turkey Legs” 

My family went to Disney World when I was younger for our Christmas Vacation. One of the things i remember the most was these Turkey Legs! Yes, you look barbaric eating them, but WOW! They are one of the most delicious things i have EVER tasted. No Joke. These can be found all over the parks!


Blue Bayou Monte Cristo Sandwiches

Eating at the Blue Bayou inside of the Pirates of the Carabean ride is one of the funnest experiences in Disney Land! Especially if you treat yourself with this Monte Cristo Sandwich!!! Now you can have it in the comfort of your own home!


S’more Bake from Big Thunder Mountain

Did you just slobber looking at this picture??? Me too! I can’t wait to try this S’more bake at home!!


Funnel Cakes from Frontier Land

These amazing funnel cakes are normally found at the Stage Door cafe in Frontier Land. I LOVE funnel cakes! And what is better than being able to make them at home!?


Disney’s 50’s Prime Time Cafe Chicken Pot Pie

Just a little bit of comfort food from the tastiest of all tasties! 50’s Prime Time Cafe never disappoints!!


 Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwiches

These are SO delicious! And SO unbelievably simple to make! If you fell in love with them at Disneyland…here is your chance to make them at home–in minutes!!!


Chocolate Covered Frozen Bananas 

These yummy frozen bananas are so refreshing on a hot day in Disney Land!! And they are simple enough to make quickly them at home!


Disney’s Hand Dipped Corn Dogs

Your kids will SOOO love you for this one! One of my favorite pit stops in Disney Land is the the Corn Dog Castle!!!! YUMMMMMM!!! I was pretty stoked to find a copy cat recipe for them to say the least!


Now that you have slobbered all over your computer screen- go try some of these out! You won’t regret it!!!!

I have been happily Celebrating Disney Week all week long with Finn over at Prayers for Finn! They are celebrating Disney week and I could not wait to join in the fun! Go follow them on Facebook or Instagram to see all the fun they are having!

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10 thoughts on “10 of the BEST Disneyland Food Copycats!

  1. meagan says:

    No way! This is awesome!! I’ve heard about the grey stuff, but I haven’t tired it yet. I really want to. I also didn’t know they had a S’mores pie. Totally getting that the next time I’m there. Their corn dogs are very delicious too. I am definitely going to try all of these at home since we don’t get out there very often. Thank you!

    • Momsbagoftricks says:

      I don’t get out there often enough either! And not to mention you cant eat every food item they have for sale, unfortunately! 🙂 Let me know how you like them! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Shannon says:

    Yum!! This is making me so hungry and so excited to go to Disneyland! I will definitely have to try the Dole Whip recipe… those things are to die for!

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