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25 Disney Copycat Recipes

25 Disney Copycat Recipes at #Disney

Disneyland is, of course, one of the happiest places on Earth. Sadly we can't all live there, so I wanted to share a bunch of recipes inspired by Disney parks that you can make at home! Hopefully these will get you by until you can get to Disney again to enjoy the real thing.

25 Disney Copycat Recipes at #Disney

1. Bread Cones and Sci-Fi Bacon Mac-and-Cheese from The Disney Chef
2. Disneyland’s Matterhorn Macaroons from Rumbly in My Tumbly
3. Disney World Soft Pretzels from The Disney Diner
4. Copycat Dole Pineapple Whip from Cincy Shopper
6. "The Grey Stuff" from See Aimee Cook
8. Disneyland Copycat Mint Julep from Rick A Bam Boo
9. XL Bakery Style Peanut Butter Cookies from Crazy for Crust
10. Disneyland Copycat Turkey Legs from Disney IRL
11. Red's Apple Freeze from Creme De La Crumb
12. Disneyland's Mickey Mouse Beignets from Chef in Training
13. Churro Bites from Kleinworth & Co.
14. Disneyland Hand-Dipped Corn Dogs from The Stay at Home Chef
15. Disneyland’s Apple Pie Caramel Apples from Favorite Family Recipes
16. Disneyland’s Clam Chowder Bread Bowls from The Hungry Housewives
17. Figaro Fries from The Disney Diner
18. Lemon Bumblebee Cupcakes from The Disney Food Blog
19. Cinnamon Glazed Almonds from The Disney Chef
20. Copycat Disneyland Monte Cristo Sandwiches from The Kitchen Magpie
21. Disney's Ohana Bread Pudding from Blog as You Bake
22. Disney Copycat Breakfast Pizza from See Vanessa Craft
23. S‘mores Bake from Disney Parks Blog
24. World's Best Hot Chocolate from The Disney Diner
25. Brownie Bottom Cheesecake from Pass the Sushi

What's your favorite food from Disneyland or Disney World? Which recipe are you excited to try?

Artsy-Fartsy Link Party

Welcome to Artsy-Fartsy Link Party! I'm so glad you're here. Every week the projects and recipes shared here at the party are so inspiring. I'm excited to have you here and welcome to everyone who's new!! I really appreciate everyone who linked up last party and I look forward to seeing what everyone has to share this week.

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It's always so hard to narrow down features, but here are a few of my favorites from the last party:

Artsy-Fartsy Link Party Features at

BBQ Chicken Salad and Ramen Noodle Crunchies by Itsy Bitsy Paper
Arrow Wall Decor by The DIY Dreamer
Pumpkin Spice Latte Cupcakes by Carmela Pop
DIY Monogram Wreath by Painting It Purple
Football Treat Bags by Reasons to Skip the Housework
Pumpkin Muffins with Streusel Topping by Marty's Musings
No-Sew Quilted Coasters by Suzy's Sitcom
Hawaiian Style Macaroni Salad Recipe by Mom's Madhouse

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Link up your awesome crafts, DIYs, and recipes to share!

A few guidelines:
  • The party starts every Thursday at 12:00am MST
  • Link as many posts as you'd like! Make sure they are a specific post (not your homepage)
  • All craft, recipe, beauty, and DIY posts welcome. No shops or link parties, please.
  • Visit at least 3 other links and leave some comments (because we all love comments!)

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Free Printable Foil Recipe Cards

I received product in exchange for this post. All opinions shared are 100% my own.

It's getting to be that time of year to cook and bake all kinds of delicious food! I like to go through all of my family's favorite holiday recipes and write them down for my own recipe collection. It's also fun to include my favorite recipes on cute recipe cards to pair with cooking utensils as wedding or Christmas gifts. I've designed a recipe card that can be dressed up a bit by the Minc that will really make your favorite recipes stand out!

Free Printable Foil Recipe Cards at #HSMinc

There are tons of ways to foil projects, but none are as easy and quick as using the Minc, especially for this project!! If you haven't heard of this yet, the Minc is an incredible crafting tool designed by Heidi Swapp that turns laser printed items (with Minc products or your own custom designs) into a beautifully foiled creation in just seconds. You can see more about the Minc and all it can do in my previous post introducing the Minc!

Free Printable Foil Recipe Cards at #HSMinc

Of course, to give your projects touches of colorful shimmer, you need foil. You can find reactive foil made just for the Minc in a rainbow of colors! Using sharp scissors, cut a piece of foil in the color of your choice to cover the recipe card.

Free Printable Foil Recipe Cards at #HSMinc

Open the carrier sheet and place the recipe cards inside face up. Carefully lay the foil pieces over the cards (color side up) and lightly press down and make sure none of the text is uncovered. Carefully lay the top of the carrier sheet down over your project and smooth it out with your hand.

Tip: Sometimes static on the carrier sheet can cause the foil to shift, so just work slowly and try to keep everything in place as best you can.

Free Printable Foil Recipe Cards at #HSMinc

Place the carrier sheet into the Minc until the rollers grab it to pull it through the machine. Let it run all the way through, then carefully open the carrier sheet. Remove the paper and foil, then slowly peel the foil off the paper starting at one corner. Now your recipe card is foiled and looking gorgeous! It really is as simple as that.

Free Printable Foil Recipe Cards at #HSMinc

Depending on the colors of foil you choose, your new recipe cards can range from chic to colorful and fun! My recipe book is a lot more fun to look through now, and I can't wait to create more to give away this holiday season. What color(s) would you make your recipe cards?

Download Free Printable 3x5 Recipe Cards
Download Free Printable 4x6 Recipe Cards

Some things you should know before downloading:
*Artsy-Fartsy Mama printables are for PERSONAL USE ONLY.
*You may NOT modify, re-sell, redistribute, or claim the design as your own.
*Please do not remove the credits/watermarks.
*If you share this on the internet, credit must be given to Artsy-Fartsy Mama & linked back to this post.

Don't you just want to foil everything now? You can find the Minc starter kit and accessories at Hobby Lobby and Jo-Ann, as well as at some local stores and online shops.

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