Sometimes we all need to escape reality for the best parts of our fantasy. Disneyland is home of Fantasyland where you can go on a flight with Peter Pan, float on a boat around the globe because it’s a small world, jump into your favorite storybook, spend time with Dumbo the flying elephant, and more.
Traveling around Fantasyland makes me hungry and I need food! As many do, my fantasy is to have sweets for breakfast! Actually now that I think about it, any Disneyland breakfast food will do the trick.
Fantasyland has just the restaurant with that breakfast menu and that’s Red Rose Taverne. When the live action Beauty and the Beast premiered in 2017, Disneyland reinvented Pinocchio’s Village Haus to be a Beauty and the Beast-inspired tavern. Though we all thought it would be a limited time promotion, it’s still around and permanent, and it’s got the perfect breakfast for those with a sweet tooth.
Stuffed French Toast Recipe
This recipe is inspired by Red Rose Taverne’s Stuffed French Toast. It’s got the recognizable brioche french toast with sweet and savory flavors in fluffiness and some added some fresh notes of a berry compote. It’s typically served with a side of hickory-smoked bacon or sausage.
We do need some sustenance or else we’ll be chef turned quickly into a professional napper soon after! Add in some scrambled eggs and potatoes if you want to make it a serious breakfast platter.
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Recipe Source: weknowdisney
- 2 slices of thick bread
- handful of fresh raspberries
- 3 Tbsp cream cheese
- dash of cinnamon
- dash of salt
- dash of vanilla extract
- 1 tsp confectioners sugar
- 1 orange
- 1/2 cup of milk
- 3 Tbsp sugar
- 1 Tbsp butter
- 2 eggs
- Mix together softened cream cheese, confectioners sugar, juice of 1/2 an orange until completely combined.
- In a shallow dish, whisk eggs then add milk, 2 Tbsp of sugar, a dash of vanilla extract, a dash of cinnamon, and a pinch of salt and combine.
- Spread cream cheese mixture onto a thick slice of bread and place the 2nd slice of bread on top.
- Crush a handful of raspberries, squeeze in the other 1/2 of orange juice, and add 1 Tbsp of sugar then mix.
- Soak the bread on both sides in the egg mixture.
- Heat up butter on a pan or griddle and cook the bread 5 minutes per side. Don’t forget to cook the edges.
- Top with sauce and extra berries.
Grey Stuff Gâteau
This dessert screams “Be Our Guest!” As Lumiere sings, “Try the grey stuff. It’s delicious!” It’s a very welcomed flavor of a red velvet cake with a raspberry filling covered in a white chocolate mousse. It’s soft like whipped cream, better yet, a cloud.
Gaston’s Famous Brew
At Red Rose Taverne, Gaston’s Famous Brew is a fruity delight. It’s an apple-mango punch topped with a passion fruit foam. LeFou, Gaston’s hilarious sidekick, has his own brew at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.
LeFou’s Brew has very similar flavors of apple, mango and passion fruit. This one is a frozen drink with a hint of toasted marshmallow. You can find it located at Disney World’s Fantasyland inside Gaston’s Tavern which is where they’re known for Gaston’s cinnamon rolls.
If you’re looking for great brunch ideas or just an indulgent breakfast, enjoy these Red Rose Taverne-inspired recipes!