The legendary Brown Derby Restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios has the famous Cobb Salad, Now you can make this Disney recipe at home.
Carrot Cake Cookies is from the Writer’s Stop in Hollywood Studios. The Writer’s Stop was a favorite pastry, coffee, and bookstore. This Disney Hollywood Studios spot was closed in 2016 to make room for Toy Story Land. The popular spot may be gone but the carrot cake cookies live on in the recipe from Disney.
Chicken Noodle Soup from Disney’s 50’s Prime Time Cafe in Hollywood Studios is pure comfort food. This savory bowl of soup is perfect when you want some home cooking while you are visiting Walt Disney World resort!
Beaches and Cream is a colorful, retro soda parlor serving classic diner fare. The real stars are the ice cream, especially the Frozen Sunshine shake! Treat your taste buds as you revel in the nostalgia of the Atlantic seashore with the Disney food of Beaches and Cream!
Pomegranate BBQ Pork Chops is found at the Kona Cafe at Walt Disney World’s Polynesian Resort. These bbq pork chops are succulent and have the perfect Asian flavor to them.
How to use Disney snack credits in a fun way at Walt Disney World? Take part in a Disney crawl challenge! Using the Disney Springs shops and getting some yummy Disney chocolate is one way to get the best snacks at Disney world!
Baklava has been a staple at both the Flower and Garden and the Food and Wine Festivals for many years at Epcot. This tasty sweet dessert is always a crowd pleaser!
Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon was part of the Canada Food booth in 2014’s Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. This beef recipe was one the favorite tasting at 2014 Disney’s Food and Wine Festival.
The Volcano Dessert was the grand final dessert at Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show located at the Polynesian Resort. This favorite chocolate dessert has been retired from the luau menu. The volcano dessert was a crowd pleaser for this Disney dinner show.
Beijing-Style Candied Strawberries was a hit at Epcot’s international flower and garden festival. These candied strawberries were found in Epcot’s China Pavilion. The sweet candy strawberries was a wonderful Disney snack!