Walt Disney World celebrates the vibrancy of Hispanic and Latin American cultures throughout the year. Creamy Plantain Soup, a recipe by cast member Suni Quinones Rivera, was served at Cinderella’s Royal Table for this year’s Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month celebrations.
Suni is an Assistant Sous Chef at Walt Disney World, and the Creamy Plantain Soup recipe is inspired by a dish made in the kitchen of her Puerto Rican grandmother, where her passion for the culinary arts began. Find out more about Suni Quinones Rivera here and try out her recipe!
The printable Disney Parks Cooking Up the Magic Recipes are a perfect way to start your very own folder of Disney recipes. Over the years, Disney has shared several yummy dishes, such as Disney Parks Churro Bites, Mickey Mouse-shaped Beignets, and Empress Lilly Au Gratin Potatoes.
Thanksgiving leftovers are as much a part of the holiday as the meal itself. Check out this Ham Sliders with Pineapple Cherry Jam recipe offered in the past at the Festival of Holidays at Disney California Adventure.
For the upcoming Happiest Season of All, try Peppermint Marshmallow Wands: Fluffy marshmallows dipped in caramel and dark chocolate, then covered in crushed peppermint candy.
Last but not least, the elegant Palo Chocolate Soufflé served at Palo restaurants on the Disney Cruise Line ships will not disappoint.
All recipes and pictures are courtesy of Disney.