OK, so maybe it’s not AS fun as “drinking around the world” at Disney World’s Epcot. BUT, we have some pretty amazing drink recipes for you try at home. Some are copycat recipes and some are different drink recipes with a Disney spin on them. Drinking with a Disney Flare is always a fun thing to try!
Drinking With A Disney Flare
Although we would rather be drinking around the World Showcase, that is just not possible at the moment. So we thought we’d share some of our favorites with you to try at home. We enlisted some help from some of our very special Disney friends for this one. We asked them to share their favorite Disney copycat drink recipes or their favorite drink recipe to which they added a Disney flare. And, BOY, did they deliver!
These are all fairly easy to make and MOST can be done WITH or WITHOUT alcohol. Which alcohol to use? Rum is a personal favorite and goes with all fruity drinks. That is just the pirate in me talking. ARRRRHHHH me maties!
Peter Pan Punch
This one is my personal favorite and is SO easy! I will tell you that you may want to double or triple this recipe. It “flies” just like Peter Pan. Let the sherbet sit out a bit to thaw, place in your favorite punch bowl and add the ginger ale! Voila!
- One container of lime sherbet
- One-two liter bottle of ginger ale
- lime wedges to garnish
Copycat POG Juice
This delicious copycat recipe came from Carrie M. We are so happy she shared her POG recipe with us. This one is also known as “Jungle Juice” at Animal Kingdom’s Tusker House restaurant.
- Passion fruit juice-2 cups
- Orange juice-2 cups
- Guava juice (usually found in a can)-2 cups
Mix together and CHILL. Add a little champagne for a mimosa style beverage.
Copycat Le Cellier’s Ottawa Apple Cocktail
Paten and Hunter W. LOVE to sip on one of their favorite drinks from Canada. Paten says to dip the rim of the glass in sugar and garnish with a thin green apple slice for the full effect, of course. YUMMY!
- Maple Whiskey (sometimes they use honey whiskey if the maple whiskey is not available).
- Ocean Spray Cran-apple juice
Batuu’s Blue Milk
This is NOT the official copycat recipe. This is the way I make the BLUE MILK from Batuu-I was making this LONG before the “copycat recipe” came out! LOL! Stir the milk, sugar and vanilla together until the sugar is dissolved, then add the food coloring. Refrigerate until ready to use! Star Wars fans from WAY back know this recipe! Double or triple recipe for a larger crowd. This makes about one large glass of blue milk.
- 1-1/2 cups whole milk
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
- Blue food color
Copycat Celtic Twilight (Disney Cruise Line)
Thanks to Lakin B. for sharing her favorite Disney Cruise cocktail! A Celtic Twilight looks absolute delish! Build “over the rocks” and garnish with an orange slice.
- 1 1/2 ounces John Jameson Irish Whiskey
- 3/4 ounce Pernod Anise
- 1 ounce Noilly Prat Vermouth
- Dash of Angostura Bitters
The Classic Dole Whip
Don’t forget about Mandi’s classic Dole Whip. Click the link for an easy copycat recipe. Here is another recipe for a slightly different version of the famous “whip”. Place all the ingredients in the blender and blend away! Don’t forget to add, oh never mind, you don’t need to add anything to a DOLE WHIP! Just enjoy.
- 2 scoop of vanilla ice cream
- 8 ounces of pineapple juice
- 4 cups of frozen pineapple
You can half or double this recipe. If you double it, you better get a bigger blender. Also, if you prefer your Dole Whip not so whipped (more liquefied), use canned pineapple instead of frozen.
Again, where is the rum?
Have you tried any of these recipes? Or do you have a recipe you would like to share? If so, join our Facebook Group, DISNEY EXPRESS LANE! We would love to see!
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