Disney Shares Tonga Toast Recipe and Recipe It's the Ultimate Brunch

In the spirit of bringing a little magic to this not-so-magical time, Disney is sharing some classic Disney Parks recipes on their blog. Now you can make Tonga Toast from Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort at home. If you close your eyes while eating, it's almost like you're on vacation...almost.

If you're not familiar, tonga toast is like French toast with more cinnamon sugar and bananas. And it's fried. Here's what you need to add to your shopping list or make sure you have it in your kitchen:

  • granulated sugar
  • Cinnamon
  • whole milk
  • Cinnamon
  • Egg
  • rapeseed oil
  • loaf of yeast bread
  • banana
  • patience

This is what you've been waiting for when baking homemade sourdough bread. Now it's her time to shine and be covered in cinnamon sugar. If you don't have the patience or sourdough starter to bake bread from scratch, store-bought bread is perfectly acceptable. There is no semi-self-made judgment here.

Then it's basically a matter of mixing the batter ingredients together, dipping the sliced ​​bread into the batter, and then sprinkling the cinnamon sugar on top. Next comes the trickiest part: frying the batter-soaked bread. Don't worry. You've got this. It’s just scalding oil – what’s the worst that could happen? (But actually, deep-frying looks more intimidating than it is.) You can find the full tonga toast recipe on the Disney Parks Blog , or check out the YouTube video tutorial for a visual step-by-step guide.

Once you've fried each piece, you roll them in cinnamon sugar for a sweet, crunchy, almost caramel-like texture. Pair it with Dalgona whipped coffee. Top it off with some fresh fruit. Top with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream. No more rules!

If you're looking for a more iconic Disney Park treat, they recently shared a recipe for Disney Relief Whip , and it's so easy. Like a simple three ingredient thing. All you need is pineapple juice, frozen pineapple, and ice cream. You just fry a slice of soup and add toast to finish it off. Want to take it to the next dessert-centric level? Try making Disney churros. You're already frying the bread. Try adding some churro dough to the mix.

If you're looking for a hearty breakfast, make one that includes Tonga Toast and Cheesecake Factory's Lemon Ricotta Pancakes. Why French toast and pancakes? It's 2020. We now eat all the sweet carbs at the same time. If anything, this recipe is further proof that brunch is what your heart desires.