It’s almost Fall y’all!! Is anyone else as excited as I am?! There’s something special about falling leaves, sweater weather, and pumpkin spice everything. Since getting to The World may be a challenge during this pandemic, here are some yummy DIY Disney Fall treats you can make right at home! Just be sure to stock up on canned pumpkin before heading to the kitchen 🙂

Pumpkin Pancakes

My family and I absolutely love breakfast food (and not just in the morning!). These pumpkin pancakes look and sound amazing! This recipe is usually served up at the Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. This is one of greatest DIY Disney World Fall treats to celebrate the new season!

DIY Disney World Fall Recipes

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Pumpkin Twists

Bring on the pumpkin in these delicious twists! Normally found at Maurice’s Treats over in Disneyland, now you can make them right at home to impress your family. Don’t forget to pick up some frozen puff pastry for making these in no time!

DIY Disney World Fall Treats

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Pumpkin Bars

I don’t know about you, but I always get excited for desserts in bar form! And these pumpkin bars are no exception. Just look at how cute they are! Usually available at the Cape May Cafe at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, these little beauties should should be easier to make compared to a regular pumpkin pie!

DIY Disney Fall Treats

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Jack Skellington Sugar Cookies

I actually love making sugar cookies. They offer the right amount of sweetness in a completely personalized cookie! These Jack Skellington sugar cookies will certainly please any member of your family.

Pro Tip: Once completely cooled, sugar cookies (or virtually any cookie) can easily be frozen and thawed later on!

DIY Disney Fall Treats

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Pumpkin Créme Brûlée

Crème Brûlée is one of my favorite desserts to make (it’s actually our Christmas Eve tradition!). It looks impressive and tastes amazing! This pumpkin créme brûlée recipe is more involved with all the toppings, but you can easily just make the custard.

DIY Disney Fall Treats

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Pumpkin Soup

OK, now for a DIY Disney Fall treat that’s on the savory side. Cozy on up to a comforting bowl of pumpkin soup!

DIY Disney Fall Treats

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Let me know in the comments below which is your favorite of these DIY Disney Fall treats! I’m thinking the pumpkin pancakes is first on my list.

In case you’re needing a little bit of pixie dust in your next vacation but can’t make it to the Parks, check out our posts on Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort (Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3)!

Until next time… Cheers!!