My family loves pineapple. I found this on the web while looking for recipes from Disneyworld/Disneyland. This is one of the recipes I came across. It's different from the ones posted here, as it makes quite a bit more.
This is a recipe from the Blue Bayou Restaurant, New Orleans Square, Disneyland. It came from one of the Disney recipe sites, sorry I don't remember which one. I will also post the recipe for the pecans from Boatwrights at Disneyworld, it is slightly different. I have not made this version, I usually do the Boatwrights version which is baked after the sugar mixture is poured over the nuts. They are wonderful to eat as is, or garnish a salad with them.
These pecans are as close as I can come to the ones topping a salad at Boatwrights Restaurant, Disney's Port Orleans Riverside Resort. When you try a dish at any of the Disney restaurants you can ask the chef for the recipe. Some are actually preprinted, this one wasn't. I was given the ingredients & quantities to make this, but it was such a large amount that I had to try to reduce it. The original amounts called for 6 oz each of all the spices. I didn't get any instructions either. I have made these using the syrup method, & just melting the butter & tossing all the ingredients together. I think the syrup method is best. I love these nuts garnishing a salad or just to eat as is.
I found this recipe in the "Disney Magazine." It comes from the Pacific Wharf Cafe at Disneyland and is one of their most-requested recipes. I pre-cut all the vegetables and store, covered, in the fridge until I'm ready to make the soup.
This recipe is beyond fantastic - it's from Disney's Boma - Flavors of Africa Restaurant at the Animal Kingdom Lodge. There are two versions of this recipe, sweet and savory. This is the sweet version. We always time our visits to this restaurant just to have this incredible soup (they only serve it on certain days)! The chefs were gracious enough to share the recipe with me, and it's an absolute favorite in our family! The soup uses heavy ingredients, but you could try lightening it up with splenda, 2%milk, and half-and-half.
My daughter and I enjoy these delicious cinnamon rolls at Disneyland before we go on the attractions. I add 1/2 cup of sour cream in the dough recipe which gives the rolls a smoother texture. These are absolutely delicious!
I love the sweet, refreshing Dole pineapple smoothies that are sold at Disneyland. But most recipes I have found for them online require an ice cream maker. This is my easy version of the Pineapple Dole Whip at a fraction of the cost. Word of advice from a Disney fan for your next trip: wait at least one hour after drinking this to ride the Indiana Jones' attraction. (The Enchanted Tiki Room is a better option. Plus the walk from the Dole Whip Hut to the Tiki entrance is a hop, skip and a jump.)
THE original. I've also posted a vegetarian version. I have had the privilege of eating this sandwich on several occasions at Blue Bayou, possibly one of the most romantic restaurants ever (fascinated by the fake fireflies!) Directions should warn not to ride Alice in Wonderland's Tea Cups' after eating this. Courtesy of Mouseplanet.com. Not diet friendly.
My daughter and I had the most magical lunch in Cinderella's Castle at Walt Disney World with my daughter's aunt and cousin. The dessert that was served was simply amazing. I'm sure the atmosphere had something to do with it, but it was delicious. I found the recipe on a couple different Disney sites and after adding and changing a few things, this is my take on it. Even my husband, who is a pure chocoholic, loves it. Hope you try it!