Disney Recipes

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SOUPS & APPETIZERS:




7-Bean Beef Chili from Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater (Hollywood Studios)




BLT Soup from Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater (Disney's Hollywood Studios)





Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup from Le Cellier (Epcot: Canada Pavilion)







Captain America Fruit Platter



Chicken Corn Chowder from Boma (Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge)







Chicken Tortellini Soup from Tony's Town Square (Magic Kingdom)






Corn Chowder from Tusker House (Animal Kingdom)







French Onion Soup from Chefs de France (Epcot: France Pavilion)



Gumbo from Blue Bayou Restaurant (Disneyland)







Ham, Potato & Scallion Soup from Chef Mickey's (Disney's Contemporary Resort)








I AM GROOT! Garlic Bread (California Adventure)



Honey Chicken Wings from The Wave (Disney's Contemporary Resort)







Monte Cristo from Blue Bayou/Cafe Orleans (Disneyland)



Potato Bacon Soup from Boma (Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge)









Remy's Tomato Soup (Ratatouille)








Rapunzel's Braid Bread (Tangled)




Snake & Spider Stew (The Nightmare Before Christmas)



Sopa Azteca (Tortilla Soup) from San Angel Inn (Epcot: Mexico Pavilion)





Strawberry Soup from 1900 Park Fare (Grand Floridian Resort)


Queso Fundido (Cheese Dip) from San Angel Inn (Epcot: Mexico Pavilion))





Walt Disney's Own Chili Recipe








Worm's Wort Soup (The Nightmare Before Christmas)





BREADS:




Banana Bread from Boma (Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge)





Beignets from Cafe Orleans (Disneyland) or Port Orleans French Quarter (Disney World)






Cornbread from Whispering Canyon Cafe (Disney's Wilderness Lodge)








Mickey Mouse Honey Butter Biscuits





Pretzels: Salty, Cinnnamon & Cream Cheese (Disney Parks)








Rey's Jakku Bread (Star Wars: The Force Awakens)



Tiana's Beignets (The Princess and the Frog)


Strawberry-Banana Bread from Whispering Canyon Cafe (Disney's Wilderness Lodge)








BREAKFAST:




Breakfast Pizza from Chef Mickey's (Disney's Contemporary Resort)







Cheese Danish French Toast from Cinderella's Royal Table (Magic Kingdom)





French Toast with Crumb Topping from Everything Pop! (Disney's Pop Century Resort)






French Toast Loaf from Main Street Bakery (Magic Kingdom)







Honey-Granola Crunch (not a Disney recipe)








Nutella Waffle Sandwich from Sleepy Hollow (Magic Kingdom)






Puffed French Toast from Crystal Palace (Magic Kingdom)





Strawberry Soup from 1900 Park Fare (Disney's Grand Floridian Resort)





Tonga Toast from Kona Cafe (Disney's Polynesian Resort)






Waffle Recipe from Disney World and Disneyland







ENTREES:





Banyan Beef Skewers from Bengal BBQ (Disneyland)






Batter-Dipped Fish from Rose & Crown Pub (Epcot: UK Pavilion)







BBQ Chicken Quesadilla from Wolfgang Puck's (Downtown Disney)






Buttermilk Fried Chicken from Everything Pop! (Disney's Pop Century Resort)







Chicken Fingers from Planet Hollywood (Downtown Disney)











Vision's Chicken Paprikash (Captain America: Civil War)



Chicken Pot Pie from 50's Primetime Cafe (Hollywood Studios)









Chicken Shawarma from "The Avengers"




Chili "CONE" Queso from The Cozy Cone Motel (Cars Land)




Cottage Pie from Rose & Crown Pub (Epcot: UK Pavilion)









The Fitz-Sandwich (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.)


Fried Catfish from The Garden Grill (Epcot: The Land Pavilion)






Guinness Stew from Rose & Crown Pub (Epcot: UK Pavilion)






Honey Sesame Chicken from Nine Dragons (Epcot: China Pavilion)






Italian Meatballs from Tony's Town Square (Magic Kingdom)







Mom's Meatloaf from 50's Prime Time Cafe (Hollywood Studios)


Mom's Old Fashioned Pot Roast from 50's Primetime Cafe (Hollywood Studios)





New England Pot Roast from Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom)





Nacos (Nacho-Tacos) from Disney Channel's KimPossible



Pepper Pot Pork from Boma (Animal Kingdom Lodge)



Picnic Burger from Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater (Hollywood Studios)


Roast Beef Sandwich from 50's Prime Time Cafe (Disney's Hollywood Studios)





Steak Baguette Sandwich with Garlic Herb Butter from Be Our Guest Restaurant (Magic Kingdom)





The Full Montagu from Earl of Sandwich (Downtown Disney)



Tri-Corner Sandwich from Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom)






SIDES:



Cheesy Potato Casserole from The Garden Grill (Epcot: The Land Pavilion)





Cinnamon Apples from Whispering Canyon Cafe (Disney's Wilderness Lodge)





Cornbread & Apple Stuffing from The Garden Grill (Epcot: The Land Pavilion)





Cornbread Stuffing from Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom)





Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes from Le Cellier (Epcot: Canada Pavilion)





Crispy Onion Rings from Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater (Hollywood Studios)







Figaro Fries from Pinocchio's Village Haus (Magic Kingdom)







Homemade Crock-Pot Applesauce (not a Disney recipe)








Mac & Cheese from Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater (Hollywood Studios)








Macaroni Salad from Biergarten (Epcot: Germany Pavilion)







Southern Mashed Sweet Potatoes from The Wave (Disney's Contemporary Resort)






Stir-fry Rice from Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show (Disney's Polynesian Resort)








SWEETS & TREATS:




Apple Pie Cupcakes from Disney World's "Limited Time Magic" (4th of July)








Berry Cobbler from Artist Point (Disney's Wilderness Lodge)







Berry Croissant Pudding from Sunshine Seasons (Epcot)








Bing-Bong's Pudding Parfaits (Inside Out)




Black Forest Cake from Biergarten (Epcot: Germany Pavilion)









Black Forest Cupcakes from Contempo Cafe (Disney's Contemporary Resort)









Bread Pudding from Cape May Cafe (Disney's Beach Club Resort)






Brownies from Boardwalk Bakery (Disney's Boardwalk Resort)





Butterfinger Cupcakes from Starring Rolls Cafe (Hollywood Studios)








Butterscotch Candy from Le Cellier (Epcot: Canada Pavilion)






Candy Corn Cupcakes from Disney Parks (Halloween)







Candy Corn Rice Krispy Treats from Disney Parks (Halloween)







Caramel Apple Tart from Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom)






Caramel Corn from Sleepy Hollow (Magic Kingdom)







Carrot Cake Cookie (Disney's Hollywood Studios)



Cheesecake Brownies from Boardwalk Bakery (Disney's Boardwalk Resort)






Chocoholics Chocolate Pie (not a Disney recipe)







Chocolate Chip Supreme Cookies (Minnie's Bake Shop)









Chocolate Cookie Mousse from Cape May Cafe (Disney's Beach Club Resort)






Chocolate-Dipped Marshmallows from Goofy's Candy Co. (Downtown Disney)





Chocolate-Dipped Pretzel Rods from Goofy's Candy Co. (Downtown Disney)







Chocolate Mousse from Boulangerie Patisserie (Epcot: France Pavilion)









Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcakes from Starring Rolls Cafe (Hollywood Studios)








Christmas Cake Balls (not a Disney recipe)






Christmas Treats from the Disney Parks








Churros with Chocolate Dipping Sauce (Disney Parks)








Cinnamon Rolls from Main Street Bakery (Magic Kingdom)






Creme Brulee from Chefs de France (Epcot: France Pavilion)







Croissant Donuts from Epcot's Refreshment Port




Disney Princess Cupcakes




Dole Whip from Aloha Isle (Magic Kingdom) or Tiki Juice Bar (Disneyland)









Double Chocolate Pudding S'mores Cake (Epcot)


Easter Egg Rice Krispy Treats (Disney Parks)




Eggnog Pound Cake (Swan & Dolphin Resort)










Empire Biscuits (Cookies) from Disney's "Brave" Movie







Fourth of July Tie-Dye Cupcakes (not a Disney recipe)







"Frozen" Inspired Cupcakes with Snowball Centers




Fudge Frosting (not a Disney recipe)









Fudge Mud Slide Sundae from Beaches & Cream (Disney's Beach Club Resort)








Funnel Cake from Sleepy Hollow (Magic Kingdom)







Ghostmallows Halloween Treats








Gingerbread Cookies (Disney Parks)







Gingerbread Cookies (Disney's Beach Club Resort)







Gourmet Cake Cups from Chesire Cafe (Magic Kingdom)








Grapefruit Cake from The Brown Derby (Hollywood Studios)







Halloween Party Treats 2011 (non-Disney recipes)






Halloween Party Treats 2012 (non-Disney recipes)





Hot Fudge Sauce from Ghirardelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate Shop (Downtown Disney)







 Inside Out Character Cupcakes


Inside Out "Anger" Cupcakes (do-over)





Jack Skellington (The Nightmare Before Christmas) Cake Pops








Jack Skellington (The Nightmare Before Christmas) Cupcakes








Kermit the Frog Green Apple Treats








Key Lime Pie (Disney's Port Orleans Riverside Resort)




Magic Cookie Bars from Roaring Fork (Disney's Wilderness Lodge)







Maleficent Cupcakes Recipe



Maple Walnut Fudge from 2004 Food & Wine Festival (Epcot: Canada Pavilion)







Maple Syrup Pecan Pie from Le Cellier (Epcot: Canada Pavilion)









Mickey & Minnie Peppermint Swirl Cookies








Mickey Beignets from Cafe Orleans (Disneyland)







Mickey Holly Leaf Christmas Cookies









Mickey Jack o'Lantern Caramel Apples (Disney Parks)









Mickey Mouse Cake Pops (Disney Parks)








Mickey Mouse Candy Apples from Goofy's Candy Co. (Downtown Disney)






Mickey Mouse Ghost Cupcakes from Disney Parks (Halloween)





Mickey Mouse Mummy Cupcakes






Mickey Mouse Sugar Cookies and Glaze








Mickey Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes




Mickey Pumpkin Whoopie Pies with Marshmallow Buttercream





Mickey Rice Krispies Treats from Goofy's Candy Co. (Downtown Disney)







Milky Way Cake from Beaches & Cream (Disney's Beach Club Resort)







Mini-Mickey Kitchen Sink Sundae (Disney Parks)




Mocha Cake Cups from Chesire Cafe (Magic Kingdom)




No Way Jose Ice Cream Sundae from Beaches & Cream (Disney's Beach Club Resort)









Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake from Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom)








OMG! I wish it was MY birthday Chocolate Cake (not a Disney recipe)







Oreo Bon-Bon Cupcakes from Boardwalk Bakery (Disney's Boardwalk Resort)








Oreo Chocolate Pudding Parfait (not a Disney recipe)







Oreo Milkshake from Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater (Hollywood Studios)









PB & J Milkshake from 50's Primetime Cafe (Hollywood Studios)









Pop Century-Inspired Tie-Dye Cupcakes









Pumpkin Cheesecake (Swan & Dolphin Resort)






Pumpkin Mousse Trifle from 2011 Food & Wine Festival (Epcot)




Queen of Hearts' Cupcakes










Queen of Hearts' Tarts



Red Queen-Inspired Red Velvet Cupcakes




Rice Cream from Epcot's Norway Pavilion



Rolled Baklava from Kouzzina by Cat Cora (Disney's Boardwalk Resort)






S'mores from 50's Primetime Cafe (Hollywood Studios)






S'mores Bake from Big Thunder Ranch BBQ (Disneyland)







Snow White's Poisoned Candy Apples








Soft Pumpkin Cookies (not a Disney recipe)








Sora's Sea Salt Ice Cream (Kingdom Hearts)


Spiderweb Cupcakes








Strawberry Cheesecake Shooters (not a Disney recipe)








The Grey Stuff from Be Our Guest Restaurant (Magic Kingdom)







"The King" (Elvis) Cupcake from Everything Pop! (Disney's Pop Century Resort)








Twinkie Tiramisu from Everything Pop! (Disney's Pop Century Resort)







Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies from Ghirardelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate Shop (Downtown Disney)








Warm Sticky Bun Sundae from Trail's End (Fort Wilderness)







Wreck-It Ralph Cookie Medal Cake



BEVERAGES:





Banana-Berry Smoothie






"Frozen" Inspired Ice Blue Milkshake Recipe




"Frozen" Inspired Snowball Punch Recipe



Frunch Juice from Boma (Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge)





Hot Salted Caramel from Karamell-Kuche (Epcot: Germany Pavilion)









James and the Giant Peach Juice







Jawa Juice (Star Wars)



Jungle Juice from Tusker House (Animal Kingdom)








LeFou's Brew from Gaston's Tavern (Magic Kingdom)








"Let It Glow" Drink from Frozen Summer Fun





Mike's 1-2 Punch from Disney's Monstrous Summer









Mint Julep Recipe (non-alcoholic) from Disneyland




Oreo Milkshake from Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater (Hollywood Studios)





Patriot's Punch from Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom)









PB&J Milkshake from 50's Prime Time Cafe (Hollywood Studios)






Red Velvet Milkshake from Min & Bill's Dockside Diner (Hollywood Studios)









Red's Apple Freeze from Cozy Cone Motel (California Adventure)





McDonald's Shamrock Shake (not a Disney recipe)









Oogie Boogie's Bug Punch (Nightmare Before Christmas)




World's Best Hot Chocolate from Napa Rose (Disneyland)









SAUCES, GRAVY & SEASONINGS:



BBQ Dry Rub from Flame Tree BBQ (Animal Kingdom)






Barbecue Sauce from Flame Tree BBQ (Animal Kingdom)






Coca Cola BBQ Sauce from Boma (Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge)







Cranberry Relish from The Garden Grill (Epcot: The Land Pavilion)






Honey Ham Glaze (not a Disney recipe)






House Red (Pasta) Sauce from Tony's Town Square (Magic Kingdom)






Sausage Gravy from Whispering Canyon Cafe (Disney's Wilderness Lodge)






Turkey Gravy from Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom)








BE SURE AND CHECK OUT OUR COOKING SHOW PAGE WHERE YOU CAN SEE MANY OF THESE RECIPES MADE STEP-BY-STEP. THANKS FOR WATCHING!!!






77 comments:

  1. Requested recipe for the Wave signature bread a while ago and would really love to have this wonderful seeded bread from the Contemporary Resort. Thank you.

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    1. Sorry, I have not been able to get my hands on that recipe. I'll do my best to keep trying. Thanks for the great suggestion! :)

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    2. In the movie brave Queen Elinor ate a cake similier to the Empire biscuits but it was different in multiple ways can you try to make it by the way love your recipies

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  2. Can you get the Cauliflower soup recipe from Biergarten? It was AMAZING when we were there!
    YSH Mac & Cheese recipe as well??

    -Kate from yohoyohobloggrslifeforme.blogspot.com

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    1. I'll look into both of those recipes. Thanks for the great ideas! :)

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  3. Hi can i ask do i need to use an electric mixer when doing the dough for the pretzels. thanks. Please reply as soon as possible. Thanks again.

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    1. No, you can mix and knead the dough by hand. :)

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    2. yeah use your hands if needed :D

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  4. Hi, 'TheDisneyDiner'! I was wondering if you could do the famed Disney Turkey Leg as one of your recipes! I've been looking for a recipe all over but they require tons of ingredients and a smoker (which I don't have). If you could come up with a simple (preferably oven-baked) but tasty Turkey Leg recipe that resembles the taste from a Disney Turkey Leg that would be great, as I've never been to Disney World/ Land in the US and have always wanted to sink my teeth into one of their Turkey Legs. Thank you.

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    1. I'll look into that recipe. That's my son's favorite thing to eat at Disney and I'm sure he'd want me to figure out how to make them too. lol. Thanks for the awesome idea! :)

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  5. Please! The caramel icing fourth of July cupcake with the apple pie filling!!!!! It was the best dessert I have ever eaten. Can you post the recipe??
    John Gasparini

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  6. Thank you so much! I just made the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake from your recipe and it was AWESOME. :) I am now in the middle of making the Main Street French Toast for tomorrow morning. I do have a recipe request- We love the beer cheese soup and pretzel rolls from the Beiergarten at Epcot. Would you happen to have those recipes?

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  7. i have a request for the chocolate croissant!

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  9. What I need is those great "Famous Dave's Corn Bread Muffins" !!The REAL Recipe!! We fight over them every time!
    Grandpa Bill

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  10. Can you find the school bread recipe from Kringla Bakeri og Kafe, Norway pavilion, epcot?

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  11. Just wanted to say thank you for compiling these recipes. As an avid Disney visitor, it is nice to be able to replicate some of our favorites at home. Your videos and pics for each meal are especially great... many thanks!

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  12. thanks so much!!! i've been looking for a mango cheesecake recipe though from the disney cruise line!

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  13. I just wanted to say that these recipes are deeeeelicious and dead on!!!!!! Omg. I love to cook n im gonna try every recipe on here!!!!!

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  14. Thank you Lisa for the Oreo Bon-Bon Cupcakes recipe! I made these for my son's Varsity Football Team and they absolutely loved them! They raved about those cupcakes for weeks. I can't wait to try more of The Disney Diner recipes!

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    1. That's wonderful to hear! I'm so glad everyone liked them. Thanks for the feedback! :)

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    2. Can you make the potato side from blue bayou please (:

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  15. Hi Lisa, would you have the recipe for the caramel brownies - werthers in Epcot I think? My boyfriend wont stop talking about them since we were there two years ago!

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  16. i know this may sound simple, but I was wondering if you could put up the recipe for the mickey krispies on a stick. they arent the pops but they serve them on the sticks. one side is chocolate with white lines going across it. thankyou so much and thanks for the awesome recipes.

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  17. Do you by any chance have the recipe for the Whispering Canyon Cafe's Herb Crusted Yukon Gold Potatoes?

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  18. would love to know what the picture is next to the "grey stuff" at the top of the page, it looks really good,

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  19. How can I print just the recipe?

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  20. I added a comment to the Jungle Juice section, but thought maybe it would be better to post here. After returning from Disney, I so wanted to make the Jungle Juice recipe from Tusker House. After trying it, I can't get it just right. Are all the juices all natural 100% juice or from concentrate. It's hard to find 100% juice at the local stores here in PA. It just doesn't taste quite right. Does anyone know what brands of juice they use at Tusker House or if they are 100% or concentrate? We heard Minute Maid made the juice for them, but I can't seem to find anything by Minute Maid. I'd appreicate any help I can get on this. My family would be thrilled if I could get this right. Thank you!

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    1. Yes, Minute Maid is their provider. Sometimes the flavors are a little hard to locate. I've found some at my local SuperTarget in the refrigerated section (by OJ). If not, try your local Walmart or grocery store's Mexican Food aisle, they usually have a variety of juices. Hope that helps. :)

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  21. Hey, do you know how to make the mint julep?

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  22. Just made that cinnamon bun! Thanks for the awesome recipe. You make our family happy!

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    1. I'm so glad to hear that!! It makes me happy!! Thanks for commenting. :)

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  23. I want to make the Salmon Quinoa salad from the ABC Commissary for Valentine's Day. Anyone seen a recipe for it??? Thanks...

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    1. Sorry, I have not been able to locate that recipe but I'll keep an eye out for it. Thanks for the great idea! :)

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  24. You now have a fan in Prince Edward Island, Canada! Great job!

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  25. Would it be possible to get the recipe for the Shepherds Pie from the Rose & Crown? My husband just loved it. Thanks for all your hard work. This site is awesome!

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    1. Sure! So glad you are enjoying the recipes! Here's the link to it: http://www.thedisneydiner.com/2011/08/rose-crown-pub-dining-room-cottage-pie.html It's listed in our Recipes as "Cottage Pie" but it's the same thing. ;)

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  26. Hello Lisa,
    I am trying to locate recipes from the Pepper Market Buffet in Coronado Springs Resort. I do believe they changed it up a bit in the last year but getting a few of those recipes would be wonderful.

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  27. It'd be great to see the recipe for the PB&J shake from 50's Primetime Café! Thanks :]

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    1. Hi! We actually have that one (listed under Sweets & Treats). Here's the link to the recipe. Enjoy! http://www.thedisneydiner.com/2011/07/50s-prime-time-cafe-pb-j-milkshake.html

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  28. just wanted to say THANK YOU for all the awesome recipes from our favorite Disney Restaurants!!! can't wait to try some of them! is there a way to subscribe to your page for future updates/info? thanks and keep the great recipes coming! OH! can I request the Monte-Cristo sandwich from Disneyland? Please and thank you!

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  29. had steak gumbo (soup) at Disneyland last summer 2013
    I think it was near blue bayou
    any actual recipe available

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    1. the recipe for the gumbo is in the first section....it has a few other ingredients in it as well but you can put in what ever type of meat you want. However I do recommend instead of making the sauce first, make the gumbo and then add corn flour and butter to thicken it.

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  30. Has anyone tried to make the Tony's Town Square red sauce in a crockpot? Do you think that would work OK?

    Thank you for the recipes! I enjoy your site!

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  31. Hey do you have a recipe for the beer and cheese soup from Germany's Biergarten. We were just there and cannot stop craving the soup with the pretzel bread!!! They were both so good. Thanks

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  32. Hi! One day I was bored on youtube, so I just randomly decided to type in main street bakery recipes from The magic kingdom. The cinnamon rolls were one of the things that popped up first. I watched the video, and knew I wanted to make these. So I did. I'm allergic to dairy, So I made them with almond milk, crisco butter flavored baking sticks, and some vegan cream cheese. Since I'm allergic to dairy, Do you know of any good recipes that disney makes dairy free, or I can substitute. Recipes including cheese I can't substitute for, the texture of the artificial cheese doesn't work well for me. (I have this thing called E.E.) Love this site by the way!

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  33. Would be wonderful to get the recipe for the potatoes au gratin from Blue Bayou. They are the most amazing potatoes ever!!!

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  34. Love your site. You gave me more recipes to add to my recipe box. Thank You.
    Do you have the recipes for the noodles and the chicken shish Kabobs at Disney Polynesian Ohana Restaurant?

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  35. Please do the Zinfandel Vinagrette Dressing found at The Plaza in the Magic Kingdom

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  36. I am looking for the recipe for the sun dried dipping sauce from tony's town square they serve it with their fried zucchini . thanx

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  37. This is a great site! Just came back from Disney World and it was another great time. Can you possibly get the recipe for the tartar sauce for the fish and chips they serve at lunch at the Yacht Club's Captain's Grille? The fish and chips were also some of the best I have had, apparently everyone goes there for the lobster rolls, but honestly everything they make is wonderful.

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  38. HI, i just went to disney world, and on my second night, I ate at the san angel inn at the mexico pavilion in epcot. I had the most delicious churros there! I don't think they are the normal churros, they are much more crisp and they are thin, and round. I went to the rose and the crown pub my fourth night, and had the best fish and chips! I was wondering if you might be able to find these recipes and upload them to the site. :)

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  39. This is great, I love this site!! Do you have the recipe for the mashed potatoes at Whispering Canyon? Went last week and ordered the big sampler with all the meats, and the potatoes were amazing!! Thanks!

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  40. I love your site! We make "Disney Meals" leading up to our yearly trip, and this is my favorite site. Have you ever come across the recipe for the Witch's Hat cupcake they sell at halloween? It is a carrot cake with (I believe) cream cheese frosting. It is purple and orange.

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  41. I just found out the my empanada will not be making a return at the Epcot food and wine festival this year. I have the cook book but the recipe in it is nowhere close to what they actually served. Can you recreate this yummy snack?

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  42. If you could find the Butternut Squash Soup recipe from Carthay Circle Lounge I would be so excited!

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  43. Can you find the recipe for the Be Our a Guest au gratin Mac and cheese? It was so good!

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  44. last month I was having a really bad day and my daughter which is 8 yrs old found the recipe for the honey roasted chicken so her and my mom made it for me she told me thank you for everything I do for her it made me cry and that was the best chicken I have ever had now we look up recipes and cook them together thanks Disney for the web site it truly did bring me and my daughter closer together cant wait to try more

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  45. Can you post the recipe for the baguettes they have at the French pavilion at Epcot. Said

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  46. We have been looking forward for a long time to eating at Le Cellier.again. It took only the thought of Lobster Poutine to cause our mouths to water. We were SOOO disappointed to discover that it is no longer on the menu!
    Is there a recipe anywhere? Please????
    Also - the pumpkin cookies (really cake) that are featured at Hollywood Studios are amazing! I normally don't like pumpkin cake but this is something I would love to have at my wedding. Can you get that recipe as well?

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  47. Does anyone have the recipe for the delicious chocolate chocolate chip muffins they had at the real Bakery on Main street at the MK? I bought those for years and would buy dozens for my sister to take home with her!

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  48. Does anyone have the recipe for the Turkey Waffle found at The Promenade in Epcot? I tried it last year and fell in love with it. I would imagine that the hardest part is getting the waffle mix correct and assume that they just use the cranberry relish recipe from The Land. Any help would be great!

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  49. Any way to get the Troll Horn recipe from Epcot, Norway. Thanks in advance

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  50. Hi Lisa, I Just got back from first visit to WDW. Loved it.I would love to have 2 recipes from Kusafiri Coffee Shop and Bakery Warm Colossal Cinnamon Roll and Danish Chocolate Twist.Please help me if you can Thank you so much

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  51. Would love help finding recipe for mandarin orange quinoa salad from Chef Mickey brunch. Thanks!

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  52. Would love help finding recipe for mandarin orange quinoa salad from Chef Mickey brunch. Thanks!

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  53. The recipe for the pommes frites from cafe orleans used to be on here but now its gone. Any way to get it back??

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  54. Has this site been updated at all? Seems Lisa hasn't responded to any comments in 2 years. Would love to get some recipes from recent comments added to the already delicious site

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  55. Would love the recipe for the Creamsicle smoothie at Cinderella's castle?

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  56. Would love the recipe for the Creamsicle smoothie at Cinderella's castle?

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  57. Do you think you could ever get the recipe for the Bread Pudding Ragland Road in Downtown Disney? It was my mom's and husband's all time favorite. The sauce they pour on it is to die for.

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  58. Thanks so much for posting the Rice Cream recipe. I loved it when I had it at the Norway pavilion. I used your recipe and made it for a Christmas in July party and it was a big hit. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  59. Is the potato and bacon soup the same recipe as Disneyland's Carnation Café's?

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  60. Is it possible to get the recipe for the Boston Creme Pie that is served at Liberty Tavern in the Magic Kingdom? It is the closest to what my Mom used to make.

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  61. Is it possible to get the recipe for the Grilled Chicken Quinoa Chicken Bowl from the movie theater in Disney Springs

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