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!
Zebra Coffee Domes has been popular Disney dessert since Boma Disney opened at the Animal Kingdom Lodge in 2001. These zebra domes are so popular that they have gone beyond the Boma menu! Now you can get the zebra domes at Mara anytime you want!
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.
Want New Orleans food in Florida? Then try the Beignets from Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter. Disney’s French Quarter is Mardi Gras every day, especially with these Beignets!
Disney’s Boardwalk Bakery has delicious baked goods, including brownies! These rich and chocolate brownies are a wonderful treat and snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan. You can make these classic brownies at home!
The ooey gooey toffee cake is the signature dessert served at The Liberty Tree Tavern in Disney’s Magic Kingdom. This Disney dessert lives up to its name, it ooey and gooey but also delicious!
Banana Toffee Mousse on Cocoa Crunch is a dessert that is served up in Disney’s Hollywood Studios signature restaurant, The Hollywood Brown Derby. Introduced in 2014 for the holiday seasons, this pastry created by Pastry Chef Andreas Born is a trifecta of deliciousness!
Sweet Corn Cheesecake was the dessert favorite of Epcot’s 2014 Food and Wine Festival in Mexico. This sweet Mexican cheesecake was a surprising hit!
Inside Disney’s Morocco Pavilion is The Restaurant Marrakesh. This World Showcase restaurant served a yummy dessert called Crepes Atlas. This Disney dessert is one of the retired Disney food, but the Disney recipe lives on.