We are definitely a Disney loving family. We went to Disneyland the last week of December last year. I forced my family to go on a very busy week cause I needed to go since we wouldn’t be able to go for the rest of the year. I was thinking since I usually can’t take time off and little one was turning 3 in October and she would still be free. I’m still weirded out that the park closed soon after that and is still closed. We have been watching videos of this couple that goes to Disney World to get our fix.
So my husband and I enjoyed the selection of recipes in this cookbook. We picked a few to try. Ok he did so he could prepare them. I am more of a baker so I made the cookies. We would have liked a few more pictures of the finished product but it wasn’t too big of a deal since you can google the name of any Disney food item and there’s tons of online pictures. Disney is pretty strict on their standards so all pictures are similar.
💜Bengal Beef Skewers (the sauce is good on chicken as seen on drumsticks). 💛Tiger Tail Breadsticks
💙Carrot Cake Cookies
The sauce for the Bengal Beef Skewers were amazing for that meal and for some chicken that my husband prepared later in the month. My picky-ish eaters loved it!They weren’t fans of the Breadsticks but more for us they were so yummy!The carrot cake cookies were so decadent and so rich! There was a few other recipes we may try in the future like Gaston’s Cinnamon Roll, Mickeys Pretzel and the Clam Chowder to name a few I jotted down.I definitely recommend this cookbook for those that love the parks and want to recreate their favorite dish at home!
Thank you Net Galley for the review copy for my honest and voluntary review!