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Disney Parks Backyard Barbecue on Pinterest

The peak of summer is upon us, and we invite you to celebrate with a backyard barbecue inspired by Disney Parks and Resorts.

Recipe for Sweet Potato-Rosemary Biscuits from Blue Bayou Restaurant in Disneyland Park Recipe for Flame Tree Barbecue Sauce from Flame Tree Barbecue at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Printable Menu and Place Cards

Visit the Walt Disney World Pinterest page to find everything you need to host the perfect summer barbecue. We made it easy, providing recipes for some Disney Parks food favorites (Flame Tree Barbecue Sauce anyone?), drinks, and even printable napkin rings and a menu and place cards to tie it all together. Click through to download and print the recipes, or pin them to your recipe board to make later.

Featured recipes include:

Which recipe are you going to try at your next summer party?

Comments

  • This is really cool… except that the PDF file that the recipes link to on Pinterest has the ingredients/cooking instructions for the berry cobbler duplicated on the cabbage slaw (it’s also on the cobbler). Is it possible to get the actual recipe for the slaw put in place so that I can make the slaw? Thank you!

    • Hi Lorin, thanks for the feedback! We are working on fixing the PDF attached to the pin.

      In the meantime, if you want to make the Marinated Cabbage Slaw from Jiko – The Cooking Place, here’s the recipe for six servings:

      1 cup white wine vinegar
      1/3 cup sugar
      1 teaspoon celery seed
      2 teaspoons caraway seed
      1 teaspoon sambal oeleck (Asian chili paste)
      1/2 head of cabbage, thinly shredded
      1 cup shredded carrots, about 4 large
      1 cup thinly sliced red onion

      1. Bring vinegar to a boil in a small saucepan.
      2. Add sugar, celery seed, caraway seed, and sambal oeleck; simmer about 10 minutes, then cool.
      3. In a large mixing bowl, stir together cabbage, carrot and red onion.
      4. Stir in the liquid. Marinate at least 8 hours before serving (best if marinated 24 hours).

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