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Release the Magic: Disney Just Put Out More Magical Recipies

Disney is back and better than ever. I’m pretty sure everyone has heard the news that Walt Disney World’s plans to reopen, and from what I understand everyone’s hyped about the plans, but that doesn’t mean that we still can’t bring a little magic to our own homes. Since every Disney park around the world has been closed, Disney has been kind enough to share some of their infamous recipes from different resorts and parks. While these recipes might not come out as perfect as they do when you’re at Disney, it still gives you that warm feeling in your heart. Ready to dive into some of those recipes? Here you go. 

Tonga Toast at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort 

I swear everything at the Polynesian Resort is delicious, and you can never go wrong if you’re eating here or even staying here. With its food, this resort gives off such a Hawaiian vibe you wouldn’t even think you’re at Walt Disney World. Their food is over the top, and their Tonga Toast is one of my favorite dishes to eat.

 Disney’s Port Orleans – French Quarter Beignets

Oh boy, now let me say that these beignets are it. It might sound cliche, but when I tasted these for the first time, I swear I was in food heaven, and on top of it all, I was staying at one of my favorite Disney resorts. The Princess and the Frog is one of my favorite Disney movies, and staying at this resort made me feel like I was in the film. I’ve never been to New Orleans, but tasting these bad boys made me feel like I made a trip.

 Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts Kitchen Sundae 

Now, this is a mouth full and a plate full as well. This is a Disney classic that everyone should try when they go to Disney World, and if you haven’t had that opportunity well here, you go. Looking at the picture and recipe, you may be thinking, “wow, this is a lot; how am I going to finish this?” Trust me, all you have to do is get a few friends or family members together, and this dessert will get demolished in seconds. A good ‘bring people together type dish and its 10 out of 10. 

Totchos from Woody’s Lunch Box at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

This is something that I’ve been dying to try out. When Hollywood Studios announced that there would be a Toy Story Land included, I was so excited about it because who doesn’t love a good Toy Story movie. Once it opened since it was so busy and popular, I only got to ride the two rides and didn’t have the opportunity to see what else it had to offer. I’m glad that this recipe is out and that I can try it out because I’ve heard nothing but good things. Maybe once Disney Worlds opens for everyone, I can hit up Toy Story Land and give it a go.