Disney recently revealed a recipe for its Plant-Based Cookie Fries to help Disney fans make the vegan dessert at home. “In the past few years, our Walt Disney World Resort Chefs have been transforming their menus with more plant-based options than ever before,” Alex Dunlap, Disney Food & Beverage Communications Coordinator, shared alongside the recipe. “Similar to biscotti, these chocolate chip cookie sticks come with several plant-based dipping sauces: marshmallow cream, chocolate, and strawberry. They’re so good, I just had to share the recipe with you.” 

The recipe—which makes 32 cookie fries—calls for liquid egg substitutes (such as JUST Egg), margarine in place of butter, and dairy-free chocolate chips. The cookie fries are on the menu at the Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney’s Beach Club Resort in Florida—which is temporarily closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, as are all of Disney’s properties. 

Last year, Disney began rolling out 400 new plant-based dishes to its parks in Florida and California, including dishes made with Beyond Meat and JUST products, vegetable-centric entrées, and desserts. Last April, Disney World launched a Plant-Based Cuisine pamphlet to help park-goers identify animal-free options across the Magic Kingdom. Prior to its temporary closure, Disney announced a partnership with plant-based meat brand Impossible Foods which would bring the Impossible Burger to multiple dining locations at Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, and Disney Cruise Line.

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