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13 Disneyland Treats You Can Make at Home

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Kristina ByasGuest Blogger
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As a kid, and even as an adult, many people dream of taking a trip to Disneyland. Of course, many people look forward to this adventure because they'll get to go on rides and meet some of their favorite characters, but they are also excited because they'll get to enjoy some of the delicious Disneyland food.

All theme parks have their specialty treats and meals that visitors love. In fact, there are some people who visit Disneyland once a year, and every time they stop in they head to a particular area to enjoy their favorite dish. Whether it is a dessert, entree or appetizer, Disneyland has a lot to offer its guests. However, not everyone is able to afford to take a trip there every year, even if it is just to enjoy the food. For those who can't seem to get enough of the sweet and savory treats at Disneyland, you can actually recreate some of your faves right in your very own home.

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1. Hand-Dipped Corn Dogs

Source: lilluna.com

You could buy corn dogs from your local grocer, but if you really want to feel like you're enjoying one from Disneyland you'll want to make it at home.

Recipe from Lil' Luna.

2. Fried Pickles

Source: ladybehindthecurtain.com

Pickles have always been a fun treat, but when they're deep-fried, they're even better.

Recipe from Lady Behind the Curtain.

3. Monte Cristo Sandwich

Source: ashleemarie.com

These cheesy, sweet sandwiches have been a favorite of many park visitors for years. They are easy to make and perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Recipe from Ashlee Marie.

4. Mickey Mouse Beignets

Source: chef-in-training.com

Who doesn't love a sweet beignet smothered in powdered sugar? Whether they're shaped like Mickey Mouse or not, beignets are a great treat after a long day. You can even try making them pumpkin flavored, which is a popular beignet flavor available at Disneyland.

Recipe from Chef in Training.

5. Peanut Butter and Jelly Shake

Source: eatathomecooks.com

Shakes come in all different flavors, but people typically order them in chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry. But at Disneyland, a favorite is peanut butter and jelly flavor.

Recipe from Eat at Home.

6. Brownie Cheesecake

Source: passthesushi.com

The perfect mix of two delicious desserts is the brownie cheesecake. It gives you that rich chocolate flavor of a brownie and cheesecake sweetness all at the same time.

Recipe from Pass the Sushi.

7. Turkey Leg

Source: thewoksoflife.com

Not interested in making something sweet? You can make a smoked turkey leg instead. It's filling, delicious and will transport you back your trip to Disneyland.

Recipe from The Woks of Life.

8. Mini Churro Bites

Source: familyfoodfun.com

This bite-sized treats are perfect for the whole family to share. Serve them with chocolate sauce for the ultimate experience.

Recipe from Family Food Fun.

9. Matterhorn Macaroon

Source: rumblytumbly.com

This is a great dessert for coconut lovers! If you got to enjoy this at Disneyland and happen to be craving it once you get home, try this recipe and see how it turns out.

Recipe from Rumbly Tumbly.

10. Dole Whip

Source: biggerbolderbaking.com

Anyone who has had the chance to indulge in a Dole Whip probably fell in love. This pineapple treat makes a good dessert and will cool you off on a warm day.

Recipe from Gemma's Bigger Bolder Baking.

11. Lobster Nachos

Seafood lovers will really enjoy making this dish at home. It's back with cheese, lobster and other nacho favorites.

Recipe from Life's Ambrosia.

12. Chili Cone Queso

Source: thedisneydiner.com

If you've ever been to Disney's California Adventure across the way, you probably have gotten your hands on one of these fun treats. It's an edible bread cone filled with chili, cheese, and corn chips.

Recipe from The Disney Diner.

13. Pommes Frites with Cajun Rémoulade

Source: sixsistersstuff.com

Fries are traditionally eaten with ketchup, but at Disneyland, it's Cajun Spice Remoulade.

Recipe from Six Sisters' Stuff.

 

Your trip to Disneyland may be over, but you don't have to be left feeling like you can't still enjoy the delicious food from the park. The next time you have a hankering for something you tasted during your trip, don't hesitate to head to the kitchen and start cooking. You might even be able to make your dish taste a little better than the one you had at Disneyland.


 

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Kristina Byas is a Milwaukee native who has written for Female Intel, Shepherd Express, Scandalous Women and more. She suffers from a severe case of wanderlust and has difficulty purchasing items at full price. You can learn more about her by following her on Twitter: @KristinaByas

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