15 Disney Movie Copycat Recipes
These movie-inspired copycat recipes will make all of your Disney dreams come true.
Inspired by: Tiana’s Beignets from The Princess and the Frog
We love Tiana’s passion for cooking and determination to follow her dream. These copycat beignets prove that a little hard work can reap majorly delicious rewards. While you’re recreating these recipes, see how others are creating their favorite Disney park rides at home.
Inspired by: Aurora’s Birthday Cake from Sleeping Beauty
Aurora’s fairy godmothers attempt to create a towering layer cake for the princess’s 16th birthday, but forget to bake it before adding the icing and candles. We bet they could have used this fail-free confetti cake recipe.
Inspired by: Remy’s Ratatouille from Ratatouille
Who could forget this playful animated movie and its titular French dish? Grab a novice cook and try our recipe on for size.
Inspired by: Poison Apples from Snow White
The evil witch in Disney’s Snow White tempts the princess with a delicious, but dangerous apple. Don’t worry, our homemade version is nothing but sweet.
Inspired by: Spaghetti and Meatballs from The Lady and the Tramp
What could be more adorable than two unlikely pups sharing a smooch over a bed of spaghetti? Sing “Bella Notte” while making this classic dish. See the best spaghetti sauce according to this taste test.
Inspired by: Kronk’s Spinach Puffs from The Emperor’s New Groove
Yzma may claim not to like ’em, but we guarantee your crowd will devour these spinach puffs in record time.
Inspired by: Rapunzel’s Cookies from Tangled
After spending her entire young life trapped in a tower, it’s no surprise that Rapunzel is a pro baker. Practice your own skills with this simple chocolate chip cookie recipe. You can also try this simple three-ingredient cookie recipe that has been viewed over 40,000 times.
Inspired by: Pizza Planet Pizza from Toy Story
Pizza Planet was our childhood dream. Feel like a kid again with this sausage pie even Andy would approve of. You can also try this grilled cheese from Toy Story Land for another movie-inspired dish.
Inspired by: Anna’s Favorite Chocolates from Frozen
Anna may be the most relatable Disney princess. You, too, can stuff some chocolates in your face with this easy truffle recipe.
Inspired by: Stolen Bread from Aladdin
“Street rat” Aladdin is chased around the village after stealing a loaf of bread for hungry children. Bake this recipe and give it to someone in need. Or try a baking a loaf with an easier recipe only comprised of two ingredients.
Inspired by: Honey from Winnie the Pooh
There’s no doubt that Pooh loves honey, as he’s often seen dipping his paws directly into the pot. We bet you won’t be able to resist our grown-up version, either.
Inspired by: Beef Ragout from Beauty and the Beast
This short rib dish isn’t as hard to make as you’d think! Sing along to “Be Our Guest” while you dig in. For dessert, try whipping up Disney’s famous churro’s with this official recipe.
Inspired by: Oreos Dipped in Peanut Butter from The Parent Trap
When identical twins Hallie Parker and Annie James meet for the first time at summer camp, the only thing they can agree on is their love for peanut butter and Oreos. Try this campfire-favorite snack to see what all the fuss is about.
Inspired by: Cookies from Alice in Wonderland
These simple sugar cookies are similar to the kind Alice encounters on her way to Wonderland. Decorate yours with the words “eat me” and they’ll be ready for the big screen. Next, check out these other Disney recipes to recreate at home.