Food·Posted on Aug 6, 201617 Delicious Disneyland Treats You Can Make At HomeJust as tasty but without the cost of admission.by Mike SpohrBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Alice Mongkongllite / BuzzFeed 1. Monte Cristo from Café Orleans ashleemarie.com The Monte Cristo has been one Disneyland's most popular treats for more than four decades. Learn how to DIY one at home here. 2. Dole Whip from Tiki Juice Bar lilluna.com Now you don't have to wait in a super long line to get a Dole Whip. Find the recipe here. 3. Fried Pickles from Carnation Cafe ladybehindthecurtain.com The fried pickles at Carnation Cafe are a personal favorite, and this recipe tastes impressively like the real deal. 4. Smoked Jumbo Turkey Leg from Edelweiss Snacks thewoksoflife.com Ever felt self-conscious eating one of these in front of strangers? Well, now you can enjoy your giant turkey leg in peace, you glutton. Find the recipe here. 5. Hand-Dipped Corn Dogs at the Little Red Wagon lilluna.com Yes, you will miss getting to see the cute little red wagon. No, you won't regret making these yummy copycats. Find the recipe here. 6. Mickey-Shaped Beignets from Café Orleans familyfoodfun.com Disneyland's iconic beignets are guaranteed to be a hit if you have kids. Don't have kids? They'll be a hit anyway. Find the recipe here. 7. Pumpkin Beignets from Café Orleans and the Mint Julep Bar. instagram.com This treat is seasonal at Disneyland, but you can have it whenever you like with this Disneyland-created recipe. 8. Chile Cone Queso from Cozy Cone Motel thedisneydiner.com You've probably wanted to take a nap after eating this California Adventure favorite. Well, now you can. Find the recipe here. 9. Darth by Chocolate from Galactic Grill ladybehindthecurtain.com Tomorrowland is no longer the only place you can get this sweet sensation. Find the recipe here. 10. Mint Julep from the Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square thedisneydiner.com Disneyland's delicious drink is non-alcoholic, but no one will stop you from adding a splash of bourbon at home. Find the recipe here. 11. Apple Pie Caramel Apples from Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen favfamilyrecipes.com These are easier to make than you probably realize. Find the recipe here. 12. Pommes Frites from Café Orleans thedisneychef.com Another drool-worthy favorite from Café Orleans you can make at home? Life is good. Find the recipe here. 13. Matterhorn Macaroon from Jolly Holiday Bakery Café rumblytumbly.com These are just as yummy at home as long as you don't focus on the fact you can't go on the Matterhorn after eating them. Find the recipe here. 14. Chieftain Chicken Skewer from Bengal Barbecue delishably.com You're used to finding this delicacy across from Indiana Jones Adventure, but now you can find it in your own kitchen. Get the recipe here. 15. Clam Chowder from Pacific Wharf Café sixsistersstuff.com Here's another California Adventure fave you can enjoy at home. Find the recipe here. 16. Strawberry Twists From Maurice’s Treats instagram.com This recipe comes from one of Disneyland's very own pastry chefs. 17. New Orleans Gumbo from Blue Bayou Restaurant familyfoodfun.com This recipe pretty much nails it, but you can also try making the actual Disneyland recipe here.