You are going to love these copycat Disney World treats! So many of your favorites that you can make at home this weekend!
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Copycat Disney World Treats
One of the best things about visiting the Mouse is the food right?
Which is why today I’m rounding up some delicious copycat Disney World treats.
Your favorite recipes from the parks that you can make at home to remind yourself of your vacation!
1 | Copycat Boardwalk Bakery Brownie Cheesecake
If you’ve ever visited the Boardwalk Bakery and tasted their Brownie Cheesecake you will want to try this recipe at home! It’s like two desserts in one! Boardwalk Bakery Brownie Cheesecake by Pass the Sushi
With the sugar cookie bottom, the cinnamon-spiced apple filling and the crunchy topping all coated with caramel Disney’s Apple Caramel Pie is a must-order if you’re over at the Whispering Canyon Cafe in Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. It’s simple to make at home and should become a fast Thanksgiving favourite! Disney’s Apple Caramel Pie by Six Sister’s Stuff
4 | Disney’s Ohana Bread Pudding
Did you know that bread pudding used to be known as poor man’s pudding because of the leftover bread that’s used? Once you’ve had a taste of this you’ll be very happy about using up your leftovers! Disney’s Ohana Bread Pudding by Blog as You Bake
5 | Grey Stuff Recipe
Try the grey stuff it’s delicious… Oh and it really is, and the perfect treat to enjoy while watching Beauty and the Beast! Grey Stuff Recipe by Lil’ Luna
6 | The Grey Stuff Cupcake
Ad you know you don’t have to just eat your gray stuff on it’s own, because it also tastes amazing as a cupcake topping! The Grey Stuff Cupcake by Pink Cake Plate
7 | Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake – Liberty Tree Tavern
Here’s a blast from the past! A copycat recipe for the delicious Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake that they used to serve at the Liberty Tree Tavern in the Magic Kingdom! Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake – Liberty Tree Tavern by Six Sister’s Stuff
8 | Recipe Zebra Coffee Domes – Boma
Over in the Boma restaurant at the Animal Kingdom Lodge they serve these amazing zebra coffee domes and if you’ve tried them you’ll really want to give this copycat recipe a try to remind you of your vacation! Recipe Zebra Coffee Domes – Boma by All Ears
You can’t pass through the Germany pavilion over at Epcot without paying a visit to the Karamell-Kuche. Oh my! So many delicious caramel treats, including Caramel S’mores, and thanks to this copycat recipe you can now make them at home! Copycat Caramel S’mores Recipe – Karamell-Kuche by My Latina Table
Have you ever tried the Magic Cookie Bar over at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge? There’s something about the combination of coconut and chocolate that makes it a dessert you won’t forget in a hurry! Disney Copycat Magic Cookie Bar Recipe by Redefined Mom
12 | Disney World’s Christmas Party Pumpkin Spice Waffle Copycat!
Don’t you just love Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party? Such a fun way to spend an evening at the Magic Kingdom with the characters all dressed in their festive best and the snow! Oh and of course the pumpkin spice waffles which you can now enjoy at home thanks to this copycat recipe! Disney World’s Christmas Party Pumpkin Spice Waffle Copycat! by Theme Parks for Grownups
13 | Homemade Pineapple Dole Whip Recipe
I have a dear Disney friend who LOVES Pineapple Dole Whip and insists no one should pass through Adventureland without trying one! This soft-serve dessert is vegan too so it’s perfect if you’re dairy free! Homemade Pineapple Dole Whip Recipe by Chocolate Covered Katie
14 | Copycat Red Velvet Cheesecake Cupcakes – Starring Rolls
The one treat you can find in all of the Disney themeparks is the Mickey Mouse pretzel and they taste so good! Now you can make your own at home and they only need three ingredients! Homemade Disney World Mickey Mouse Pretzels by Frugal Coupon Living
16 | Homemade Mickey Mouse Ice Cream Bars
My favourite Disney World treat is the Mickey Mouse Ice Cream bar… and not because I like to eat them but because my son LOVES them! And oh my the smiles on his face when he’s eating one just lights up the day. So of course we’re going to try and make some of our own at home with this copycat recipe! Homemade Mickey Mouse Ice Cream Bars by Mommy Mouse Clubhouse
17 | Disney’s German Chocolate Cake
And let’s finish up our collection of Disney World recipes you can make at home with this throwback German Chocolate Cake that was served back in the 1970s. Oh my, just look at it. All decadent with it’s soft chocolate cake and coconut pecan frosting! This cake takes some time and love to make so it’s perfect for a special occasion for the Disney fan in your life! Disney’s German Chocolate Cake by The Novice Chef