8 Warm Disney Recipes for Fall

As the weather grows cooler and leaves start turning colors, there’s nothing better than a warm and toasty Disney snack to keep you warm! We’ve rounded up a series of Disney-themed treats perfect for the fall season featuring pumpkin, spice, and some of your favorite characters.

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One of the best things about Halloween Time at Disneyland is the seasonal sweet treats that are available. These pumpkin twists can be found at Troubadour Tavern and Maurice’s Treats at Disneyland park, and Cozy Cone Motel at Disney California Adventure park, or you can create your own with this recipe.

Winnie the Pooh Hunny Corn Muffins


Seven Little Pies


To show she’s thankful for their help, Snow White bakes delicious pies for her new friends, the Seven Dwarfs. These pies are easy to make in a hurry with a simple pre-made filling, and quick baking in a muffin pan.

Rapunzel’s Hazelnut Soup


Rapunzel’s absolute favorite dish–squash hazelnut soup–is perfect for fall. Combining fresh squash and roasted hazelnuts, it’s the ideal warm vegetable soup for a cold day.

Gluten Free Beignets


The perfect cold weather dessert at Disneyland are the freshly baked, warm beignets from Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort. You can make them in your own kitchen with this recipe that is also gluten free and allergy-friendly!

Cinderella’s Pumpkin Waffles


If you’re pumpkin-obsessed this autumn, these waffles are for you. They have pumpkin puree in the batter, and a dash of pumpkin seeds on top for an extra, salty crunch. Be sure to click through to also watch the adorable video tutorial.

Baked Tortilla Leaves


There’s nothing like warm, fresh tortilla chips straight from the oven. Inspired by the leaves from Pocahontas, these baked tortilla chips made from multi-color tortillas are also the beautiful color of the changing fall leaves outside.

Snow White’s Magic Wishing Apples


This baked apple recipe uses dried fruit and rolled oats for filling. Best of all, it’s a healthy, Mickey Check-approved recipe!


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