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A little bit of a different review today, but I’ll explain below! This post’s featured title is The Unofficial Disney Parks Cookbook by Ashley Craft.
This book is out today!
*Disclaimer : I received a copy of this ebook for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
Below you’ll find the description of the book provided by NetGalley, followed by my personal review and star rating.
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Experience the magic of the Disney Parks right in your kitchen with these 100, easy and delicious recipes inspired by Walt Disney World!
Stroll right down the middle of Main Street USA, journey from Adventureland to Infinity and Beyond at Pixar Pier, and explore every avenue in between to taste the flavors of the Disney Parks…all without leaving your kitchen.
With The Unofficial Disney Parks Cookbook you can bring the magic of Disneyland and Walt Disney World snacks and treats right to your home. Recreate favorites like the classic Dole Whip and Mickey Pretzels to new favorites like blue milk from Star Wars land and Jack Jack’s Cookie Num Nums from Pixar Pier.
These 100 recipes inspired by iconic yummies are perfect whether you are a forever Disney fan or just love a good snack. Now you can feel as if you shared a snack with Mickey himself right from the comfort of your own home!
My Review :
This one was so much fun to review because it involved me getting to try out a new and fun recipe!
I’m not going to lie, I live vicariously through anyone who spends a second of time at Disney World, and even though I have only been there 2 times in my life, I’m becoming slightly obsessed with it as I get older. 🤷♀️
So when I saw that this title was up for review, I had to try and get it. Luckily for me, I was picked!
The recipe that I tried was Carnitas Tacos from Hollywood Land at Disney’s California Adventure.
It was so good that my husband told me that I need to add it to my regular menu rotation.
Now, I did tweak the toppings simply because I’m not a huge fan of cabbage, so I served them with limes, onion and cilantro – but the seasoning of the meat is spot on.
Combined with homemade corn tortillas and Spanish rice – this meal was such a home run. I will definitely make again.
As for the rest of the book – there are a lot of the same recipes that you see on social media and I can’t wait to give those a try too. Dole Whip anyone?!
If you too live through the photos you see on social media, I’d recommend this book to bring the parks a little bit closer to home.