Movie Munchies: The Jungle Cruise Recipe Roundup

Movie Munchies The Jungle Cruise Roundup

I’m sharing the results today of this month’s movie challenge in Movie Munchies: The Jungle Cruise Recipe Roundup. You can see the invitation here.

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It was fun to host Movie and Munchies with The Jungle Cruise this month. I loved that the contributors took inspiration from the movie setting, the wild animals and the movie origins of the Jungle Cruise ride. I want to thank all those who watched the movie with me this month and took the time to come up with a fun recipe inspired by this movie. We had some great recipes created; please take a look!

Jungle Cruise Tiger Cake

Tiger Cake from A Day in the Life on the Farm was inspired by the wild cats in the film and is a fun take on a tiger pattern. I’ve always wanted to try a pattern cake roll and this looks like a great place to start.

Tiger Cake by A Day in the Life on the Farm
Photo credit: adayinthelifeonthefarm.blogspot.com

Tears of the Moon Cocktail

Tears of the Moon Cocktail from Eliot’s Eats is inspired by the Tears of the Moon from the movie. I love the color change due to the use of Butterfly Pea Flower tea in the recipe. So much fun!

Tears of the Moon Cocktail by Eliot Eat's
Photo credit: eliotseats.com

Tears of the Moon/Pink Pitaya Coconut Cooler

Tears of the Moon/Pink Pitaya Coconut Cooler by The Magical Ingredients for a Wholesome Life From the Heart of my Home is also inspired by the Tears of the Moon from the movie. I love the color of this simple beverage and feel this is perfect to enjoy with the movie. Definitely giving this one a try very soon.

Tears of the Moon/Pink Pitaya Coconut Cooler by The Magical Ingredients for a Wholesome Life From the Heart of my Home
Photo credit: magicalingredients.blogspot.com

Char Sui (Chinese BBQ Pork)

Char Sui (Chinese BBQ Pork) by Amy’s Cooking Adventures is inspired by Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen in The Magic Kingdom park at Walt Disney World. This is a restaurant themed after The Jungle Cruise ride and is a perfect inspiration for a recipe for this movie. Her Char Sui looks amazing, I can’t wait to try this recipe.

Char Sui (Chinese BBQ Pork) by Amy's Cooking Adventures
Photo credit: https://www.amyscookingadventures.com/

Brazilian-Inspired Pernil

Brazilian-Inspired Pernil by Culinary Adventures with Camilla is inspired by one of Frank’s jokes while taking tourists our on the Jungle Cruise. She quotes the movie: “Before this job I worked in an orange juice factory. Got canned. Couldn’t concentrate. They put the squeeze on me too.” I love it! And the recipe looks yummy as well.

Brazilian-Inspired Pernil by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Photo credit https://culinary-adventures-with-cam.blogspot.com/

Jungle Cruise Pineapple Split

My entry this month is the Jungle Cruise Pineapple Split. I took my inspiration from the sundae that Disneyland created in celebration of the release of the movie. It is delicious, definitely give this a try!

Jungle Cruise Pineapple Split
Jungle Cruise Pineapple Split

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Movie Munchies: The Jungle Cruise Recipe Roundup

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