New cookbook features Disney dessert recipes


By Holly Ecimovic, WESH 2 News/Orlando My Way Digital News Editor

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. —What better time to indulge in your favorite treats than when you are vacationing with your family at Walt Disney World?

Disney dessert recipes are so often requested, that a new cookbook has been created to feature 40 of the most popular items. The recipes come from the pastry chefs at Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa and Disney Cruise Line.

According to Disney Parks Blog, the book includes elegant sweets such as the madeleines from Chefs de France at the France pavilion at Epcot; the Warm Apple Butter Cake from Steakhouse 55 at the Disneyland hotel; and the Mom’s Favorite Chocolate Peanut Butter Layer Cake from 50’s Prime Time Café at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Read more about the new cookbook, here.

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Disney Night of Joy coming this fall


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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. —The Disney Night of Joy will kick off this September at Walt Disney World.

According to Disney, the concert series will feature “a sublime fusion of contemporary tunes.” Disney Night of Joy is an annual Christian concert series that will be held for the first time ever Sept. 9-10 at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

A ticket is required for admission.

Click here for a list of the artists performing in 2016.

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Miss Fortune Falls attraction coming to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon


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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. —A new attraction called Miss Fortune Falls is coming to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon in spring of 2017, according to Disney Parks Blog.

Miss Fortune Falls will be a family-style raft attraction that takes guests on a splashing journey through the fabled Captain Mary Oceaneer’s past. Legend has it that Captain Oceanear, a treasure-hunting heroine, traveled across the sea collecting unique artifacts before she became stranded at Typhoon Lagoon many years ago by a rogue storm, Disney has revealed.

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Aboard treasure rafts, guests will ascend to the top of the attraction before plunging into a whitewater adventure where they will be able to spot some of the treasures Captain Oceanear gathered from around the world.

For more information on Miss Fortune Falls, click here.

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