26 Iconic Foods From Disney Movies You Can Actually Make
1. Tianas Beignets From The Princess and the Frog
If you can’t make it to New Orleans, you’ll have to make your own.
Get the recipe at Sugar and Charm .
2. Remys Ratatouille From Ratatouille
It may be a “peasant dish,” but it’s a delicious one.
Get the recipe at One Sweet Appetite .
3. The Cheese Souffl From Beauty and the Beast
Prepared and served with flair.
Get the recipe at The Kitchy Kitchen .
4. The Empire Biscuits From Brave
Like Merida’s triplet brothers, you won’t be able to resist these Scottish treats.
Get the recipe at Not Quite Nigella .
5. The Yellow Snow Cones From Monsters, Inc.
“Don’t worry — it’s lemon!”
Or in this case, limoncello.
Get the recipe at Cupcake Project .
6. The Giant Cookie From Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Bake the cookies and then try to hunt down a shrink ray.
Get the recipe at Cooking Classy .
7. The Twinkie from WALLE
“It only takes a moment” (well, maybe a *few* moments) to make your own homemade Twinkies.
Get the recipe at Sweet C’s Designs .
8. Mushus Breakfast From Mulan
Start the day with a breakfast that’s happy to see you.
Get the recipe at Spoon University .
9. The Hi Dad Soup From A Goofy Movie
“Don’t tell me you don’t remember ‘hi dad’ soup! Oh come on, sure you do! You used to spell things out using the letters, like ‘hi dad’ or ‘Maxie’ or…”
Get the recipe at Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch .
10. Tonys Spaghetti With Meatballs From Lady and the Tramp
The perfect meal to eat on a “bella notte.”
Get the recipe at The Hopeless Housewife .
11. Snow Whites Gooseberry Pie From Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Unfortunately you won’t have any friendly birds or chipmunks to help you bake.
Get the recipe at Boulder Locavore .
12. The Gray Stuff From Beauty and the Beast
“Try the gray stuff: It’s delicious! Don’t believe me? Ask the dishes!”
Get the recipe at See Aimee Cook .
13. The Magical Cookies From Alice in Wonderland
Will eating these make you grow into a giant-size version of yourself? There’s only one way to find out!
Get the recipe at Diamonds for Dessert .
14. The Turkey Dinner From The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
The only thing that can bring a smile to Ichabod’s face after an encounter with the Headless Horseman = FOOD.
Get the recipe at The Kitchn .
15. Rapunzels Cookies From Tangled
Baking is just one of the many talents Rapunzel developed during her time spent confined to a tower.
Get the recipe at Host the Toast .
16. The Stolen Baguette From Aladdin
Make a loaf to share with your faithful monkey companion. You don’t have a monkey companion? That’s a shame.
Get the recipe at Chew Out Loud .
17. Gophers Succotash From The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Gopher’s lunchbox also held summer squash, salmon salad, spiced custard, and honey (Pooh was most excited to hear about the honey).
Get the recipe at Camille Styles .
18. Phils Fried Egg From Hercules
You can use a frying pan if your skull isn’t hot enough to cook on.
Get the recipe at Top With Cinnamon .
19. The Martini From Enchanted
Will an evil queen appear in *your* martini? Maybe if you drink enough of them!
Get the recipe at Creative Culinary .
20. The Sushi From Monsters, Inc.
The sushi Mike and Celia eat on their date is probably made from some breed of monster-fish… good luck finding that at your local grocery store.
Get the recipe at No Recipes .
21. Kronks Spinach Puffs From The Emperors New Groove
Good for man or llama.
Get the recipe at Handle the Heat .
22. The Mint Sorbet From The Princess Diaries
Don’t make the same mistake as Mia: Just take a small bite of the palate cleanser.
Get the recipe at Milliemirepoix .
23. The Caramel Apples From Mary Poppins
A supercalifragilisticexpialidocious snack.
Get the recipe at Lil’ Luna .
24. The Porridge From Beauty and the Beast
Eat this with a spoon…or don’t! Whatever works.
Get the recipe at Choosing Raw .
25. Vanellopes Cookie Medal for Ralph From Wreck-It Ralph
“To Stinkbrain: You’re my hero.”
Get the recipe at Nerdy Nummies .
26. Tianas Gumbo From The Princess and the Frog
“You know the thing about good food? It brings folks together from all walks of life.”
Get the recipe at Add a Pinch .