Disney Books has unveiled an all-new official cookbook, perfect for Disney Parks foodies, that lets you capture the magic of EPCOT Festivals at the Walt Disney World Resort whenever you want!
The perfect bite of Disney food can make a Disney vacation the most magical and bring back memories of special visits when you’re away from the Parks. As a result, many Guests love to try their hand at bringing the same flavors and fun back home to bring the Disney Parks to them!
While fans have cooked up unofficial Disney Parks recipe collections for years, dedicated to recreating some of their favorite theme park favorites in an act of love, now the House of Mouse itself has weighed in with the most accurate versions of these concoctions to date. Moreover, it’s one of the most comprehensive, with over a hundred different items covered inside.
In fact, The Official Disney Parks Cookbook by Pam Brandon and the Disney Chefs includes “101 Magical Recipes From the Delicious Disney Vault,” including some of the most beloved Disney Park sweets and Disney-inspired takes on classic family favorites. Of course, Brandon is a pro at Disney cookbook writing, having authored numerous other Disney volumes since 1996, and debuted Delicious Disney: Walt Disney World just last spring.
Composed of recipes drawn from every Disney Park in the United States, along with Disney Springs dining locations, luxurious Resort Hotels, and most importantly, the limited-time celebratory Festivals at EPCOT! From the International Festival of the Arts to the Flower & Garden Show, Guests love to revisit these seasonal treats each year before they go away.
However, with the official cookbook in hand, you can enjoy annual classics such as the Pop Art Cookie, lamb meatball with spicy tomato chutney, or watermelon lemonade and beet kombucha sangria from the Food & Wine Festival at EPCOT and Disney’s California Adventure. Plus, Disney chefs collaborated with the author to ensure most recipes are “very doable” for home cooks.
Furthermore, as Disney Parks worldwide have their own unique dishes, Brandon’s greatest difficulty was parring the advanced selection down to just one hundred, as reported by Attractions Magazine: “We wanted the book to include a little of everything: beverages, appetizers, mains, sides, and sweets, so we started by narrowing down recipes in each of those categories. And, of course, we want to include the most popular tastes like our Dole Whip-inspired sweet and the Grey Stuff.”
You can find the book online or anywhere Disney Books printings are sold!