Disney released the recipe for its chocolate waffle and espresso mousse that are exclusive to Animal Kingdom

  • Disney is helping fans re-create the magic of Disney World and Disneyland at home by sharing recipes that are exclusive to its theme parks.
  • Most recently, Disney released the recipe for its Chocolate Waffles with Espresso Frozen Mousse, which are typically served at Tamu Tamu Refreshments at the Animal Kingdom park.
  • The chocolate-covered treat requires mainly pantry staples and basic baking ingredients, plus espresso or "strongly brewed coffee." 
  • In the spirit of sharing its recipes, the theme park will also host a virtual cooking class led by a Disney World chef on Thursday, September 10.
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Disney park enthusiasts know that the food at Disney World and Disneyland is one-of-a-kind — from Dole Whip, the refreshing pineapple treat; to doughy treats shaped like Mickey Mouse.

Now, fans of Disney's snacks can make them at home, thanks to recipes shared as part of Disney's official Parks Blog.

Most recently, Disney released the recipe for a dessert-worthy waffle dish: the Chocolate Waffles and Espresso Frozen Mousse, which are typically only served at Tamu Tamu Refreshments, an eatery in the Animal Kingdom park.

The treat can be re-created at home with easy-to-find ingredients — most of the components of the dish are made with pantry and baking staples. Disney recommends using a waffle iron, but if that's not available, the recipe can also be emulated by using a skillet, which will result in a pancake.

To make the waffles, the recipe calls for all-purpose flour, unsweetened cocoa powder, sugar, baking powder, salt, one egg, butter, semisweet chocolate chips, and milk of choice.

The mousse topping requires espresso or strongly brewed coffee, white chocolate chips, heavy cream, and six egg yolks.

Finally, the chocolate sauce is made with heavy cream, sugar, water, corn syrup, unsweetened cocoa powder, and semisweet chocolate chips.

The full recipe and list of ingredients can be viewed here.

Disney also shared the recipe for its popular Dole Whip treat.
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Disney has shared several other recipes from its parks to try at home and is hosting a virtual cooking class with an Epcot chef

From vegan cookie fries to the famous Grey Stuff dessert (ala "The Beauty and the Beast"), in recent months, Disney has released a number of other desserts and snacks for fans to try.

Disney also announced that it's hosting a virtual cooking class led by the chef of Epcot restaurant Le Cellier, which is located in the global-themed Disney World park's Canada Pavillion, according to a press release obtained by Insider.

Chef Kevin Downing, who will teach home cooks how to make two dishes from the park's International Food & Wine Festival: Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup and a Filet of Beef with Roasted Mushrooms and Beurre Blanc, or white butter.

Fans can follow along from their kitchens on Thursday, September 10 at 5 p.m. ET via the Disney Parks Blog.

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