Did you know you can get edible cookie dough right on Walt Disney World resort property? At the value resorts?
At Disney’s All-Star resorts at Walt Disney World, you are able to get edible cookie dough! The cookie dough is featured at the End Zone food court, the Intermission food court, and the World Premier food court. It is available for both lunch and dinner. Plus, it’s featured as a late-night dining option at the World Premier food court.
If you don’t like cookies, cookie dough, or anything delicious, it’s probably not for you. For the rest of us, it’s very much for you.
Where Are the All-Star Movie Food Courts?
All three of the All-Star Movie food courts are near their respective All-Star Movie hotel lobbies. These are located in the front of the resorts and will be noticed upon check-in if you stop at the front desk. You won’t be able to miss them if you’re hungry, the smells will draw you in.
Can I Get Edible Cookie Dough for Breakfast?
Unfortunately, at the time of this post, the menus at all three of Disney’s All-Star resorts do not feature the edible cookie dough for breakfast.
However, you could always get the cookie dough the day or night before. Then, stash it in your in-room mini-fridge and pull it out at breakfast time. Problem solved, right?
Can I Take the Cookie Dough Home?
Here at magicformiles.com, we fully support taking Walt Disney World snacks and treats home. They are a great way to remember your vacation. Plus, they are just really tasty.
On that note, however, it is not recommended that you take the edible cookie dough home. Specifically, if you are flying down to Florida. The dough just won’t last.
I wouldn’t fret over it too much, odds are it won’t last long after you purchase it anyhow. Because you’re gonna eat it all up.
Can I Make Edible Cookie Dough at Home? More Specifically, Can I Make Edible Vegan Cookie Dough at Home?
Why, yes! Yes, you can make edible cookie dough at home! You can make it edible vegan cookie dough, too! As a matter of fact, this is a super easy recipe to make vegan. Just make sure you use vegan butter, milk, and vegan mix-ins.
Ingredients for Edible Vegan Cookie Dough
3/4 C. DIY Oat Flour (Ground Old Fashioned Oats)
1/3 C. Coconut Oil, Melted
1/3 C. Light Brown Sugar
2 Tbsp White Granulated Sugar
1 Tbs. Almond Milk (Scant Amount More if Necessary)
1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
Optional Add-Ins: 1/3-1/2 C. Vegan Chocolate Chips
(Or for Non-Vegan Dough: 1/4 C. M & Ms & 1/8 C. Milk Chocolate Chips)
Instructions for Edible Vegan Cookie Dough
1. Cream together coconut oil and sugars with a mixer for about 2-3 minutes.
2. Add in the vanilla and almond milk and mix for an additional 1-2 minutes.
3. Add in the oat flour, little by little until it is all mixed in. The mixture should be a thick cookie dough texture, but if it is too crumbly, add in a little extra almond milk. (Side note: If you make your oat flour from a canister of old fashioned oats, you don’t have to worry about cooking it. The oats have been treated already in order to be shelf-stable.)
4. Add in your mix-ins. The easiest way to get them well dispursed is by kneading the mix-ins in with your hand. Fold them into the dough so you have chocolatey goodness in every single bite.
5. Enjoy! Due to making the cookie dough with coconut oil, it might be a little on the ‘oily’ side, for lack of a better word, at first. To help combat the effect, place the cookie dough in the fridge for a few minutes.
The edible vegan cookie dough is best enjoyed right away. Let’s be honest, it will be hard to stop once you have a bite or two.
However, if you want to save some for later, it will keep for several days in the fridge. When you plan to enjoy the cookie dough again, be sure to place it on the counter for about 20-30 minutes before enjoying. This will allow the cookie dough to soften before consumed.
Conclusion to Edible Vegan Cookie Dough
Now that you know you can get edible cookie dough at Walt Disney World, be sure to put it on your must-do list. In the meantime, you can recreate a delicious edible vegan cookie dough recipe right at home.
When you’re done with your cookie dough recipe, be sure to create this delicious Peter Pan’s Float copy-cat recipe and these Mickey Mouse inspired homemade chocolate, chocolate-chip pretzels. You can find the recipes here and here.
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Yum! I have been missing Disney SO much this year! This is just what I need to feel like I’m there :).
Yay!! I am so glad it will help fight off those Disney blues! Enjoy.