Disney Recipe – FRUNCH

By far one of the best buffet restaurants in Walt Disney World is Boma, which is located inside the Animal Kingdom Lodge.  The atmosphere and the wide selection of foods with an African twist makes this spot an enjoyable one after a great day at the parks.  However, one of the best kept secrets is the Breakfast Buffet at Boma which has an equally wide menu of items, including today’s ‘Disney Recipe of the Day’ which is FRUNCH!

Instead of grabbing a glass of OJ next time you have breakfast at home, try this amazing concoction!

Animal Kingdom Lodge

Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups – Mango Juice

1 – 8oz can of frozen Pineapple Juice (prepared)
1 – 8oz can of frozen Lemon Juice (prepared)
1 – 8oz can of frozen Orange Juice (prepared)

3/4 cup – Grenadine

Here’s what you do:  Prepare the frozen juices according to the instructions on each can (it’s easiest to empty the cans into a large bowl and add the appropriate amount of water per the package instructions.)  No need to do each separately. Just empty them in a bowl, mix in the amount of water required and stir.  Then, add the Mango juice and Grenadine to the mix.  Serve in a glass over ice and there you have it!

Also, if you’re like me and are not really fond of the concentrate versions of the juice, you can certainly substitute fresh squeezed or the ‘not from concentrate’ versions of the juice which you can find in any grocery store.  Each can will normally make 64-ounces of juice so just substitute a 1/2 gallon of each juice if you’re not using the concentrate versions.  This does make a TON of Frunch but will easily keep in the fridge like any other juice.  Plus, if you have a smaller gathering, you can certainly cut everything in half if need be.

Just another way to ‘Bring Home the Magic’ so hope you enjoy! 🙂

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One thought on “Disney Recipe – FRUNCH

  1. Nancy
    September 4, 2009 at 5:36 am

    Does anyone have the recipe for Mickey Domes, served
    at the Chef Mickey Buffet? They are different than the
    Zebra Domes.
    Thanks

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