Tonga Toast is my new love. Being married has been great, sure, but Tonga Toast is heaven on a plate, and I bet what Disney serves is even better than what I managed to make at home. You guessed it! (Or maybe you didn’t, but I’m going to pretend you did.) I tried the recipe from Disney Parks Blog to make my own at-home Tonga Toast. It went marvelously.
Since the U.S. Disney parks closed over a month ago (how has it already been a month?!), Disney has blessed us with nuggets of park magic for us to enjoy at home — including a recipe to make Disney churros!! I was apprehensive to try this one at home (because I’m a straight up chicken when it comes to handling bubbling oil), but, with encouragement from some friends (thanks for believing in me, Greg and Shannon!), I gave it a go today. Let me take you through how it went.
It’s not a secret. I love to drink things out of a pineapple. Even water. It is just more fun! This is probably what drew me to the Lapu Lapu at the Tambu Lounge at the Polynesian Resort. I am going to share with you how to make a homemade Lapu Lapu. This is a sure-fire way to turn your staycation into a vacation.
Do you miss Mickey Waffles when you are not in the parks? Well then this recipe is for you!
I spend far too much of my time down the rabbit hole of DIY (do it yourself) on Pinterest and Instagram. I’m constantly seeing adorable projects or perfect desserts and thinking “I can totally do that!” only to later discover, “Oh, oh no I cannot.” This crushing defeat doesn’t keep me down for long. It’s a good thing, too, because every once in a while, I find a project that is actually doable and its successful completion is so satisfying. A couple of years ago, I found some entirely doable Disney cupcakes that I want to share with you!
LeFou’s Brew Disney World Recipe: Have you ever had LeFou’s Brew at Magic Kingdom before? If not, let me try to explain it to you really quickly. The best way that I can describe it is… amazing!! It’s a slushy, cold apple drink that is mixed with a hint of marshmallow and topped with a fruity whipped cream (I know it sounds like a lot is going on, but trust me, it works)! This deliciously refreshing drink, which can be found at Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland, is inspired by one of my favorite movies, Beauty and The Beast. Now you can make your own LeFou’s Brew at home with this super simple recipe! And I…