How many times have you watched one of your favorite Disney characters whip up a delicious looking meal with drool running down your chin and wondered how on earth you could indulge in something so scrumptious? From Tiana's famous New Orleans beignets to the mystery "grey stuff" from Beauty and the Beast, here are several recipes that the Internet has bestowed upon us. Once you're done licking your fingers (and the plate!), you'll definitely want to thank these YouTubers.
Ratatouille from Ratatouille
Bruno Albouze, chef and executive producer of the Cooking Channel's The Real Deal on YouTube teaches us how to make Remy-worthy ratatouille. Even the most sophisticated of palettes can appreciate this hearty vegetable dish.
The "Grey Stuff" from Beauty and the Beast
Try the grey stuff; it's delicious! Don't believe us? ...Follow along with this video from Let's Eat Fiction! and find out. Spoiler alert for those who are still timid: it's a cookies and cream flavored delight that is a definite crowd pleaser no matter the occasion.
Beignets from The Princess and the Frog
Who didn't drool over Tiana's animated beignets in The Princess and the Frog? No matter how many times we watch, it still makes us hungry. Thank goodness for this Feast of Fiction tutorial to learn how to make the honey and powdered sugar New Oreleans classic!
Simba's Slimy Yet Satisfying Grub Gnocchi from The Lion King
While it doesn't actually include real grubs, this fun recipe by Disney Family inspired by The Lion King is a fun take on Simba's favorite safari meal. Plus check out all those veggies--satisfying, indeed!
Snowball Punch and Ice Blue Milkshakes inspired by Frozen
Not one, but two recipes from Let's Eat Fiction! inspired by one of our favorite Disney movies?! We'll totally take it. Even though Olaf and Ice Queen Elsa might thrive in the winter months, these chilled beverages are the perfect summer beverage. Because let's face it, some things are worth melting for, aand these yummy desserts are it!