Sweet and refreshing apple slush topped with a creamy foam – just like Red’s Apple Freeze from Car’s Land in Disneyland!
A couple of things…
1) I ADORE Disneyland.
2) Car’s Land is the greatest thing everrrrr.
3) Vacations should happen much more often. yes?
Awwww, precious….. me and The Man in California Adventure Park. Our Dland trip was obviously a HUGE success and much needed. If you have been to Disneyland, I don’t need to tell you how utterly wonderful it is. If you haven’t, I am absolutely begging you to go. And recommending that you do yourself a gigantic favor and get a hopper pass so that you can go back and forth between Disneyland and California Adventure Park. Both are amazing and you will be sad to miss either one, promise.
You cannot miss Cars Land. If I could live there, I swear I would.
This is our second Dland excursion since we were married. It took a whole year of endless pleading for me to convince my husband to go with me but after that first trip, he was instantly hooked. Now he is the one begging ME to go back! Ironic much?
I’m already dying to return anyway so it won’t be too long before we have our pennies saved and we head off for another Cali-Dland adventure I’m sure. In the meantime I’m sort of obsessed with this copycat Red’s Apple Slush I made. You must try it.
Also, if you do not know who Red is, we need to have a serious heart to heart.
Red's Apple Freeze (Disneyland Copycat)
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream - very cold
- 4 tablespoons mango nectar or juice
- 4 tablespoons passionfruit nectar or juice
- 3 tablespoons sugar
- 2 12-ounce cans frozen apple juice concentrate - (keep frozen until ready to use)
- 12 ounces cold water
- 3 pumps (or tablespoons) Torani toasted marshmallow syrup
- Combine whipping cream, mango nectar, and passionfruit nectar in a bowl. into mixing bowl. Add sugar and beat on high until stiff peaks form. (A chilled mixing bowl will help speed up the process, it could take 3-4 minutes) Chill in fridge until ready to use.
- Add all slush ingredients to a blender, cover, and pulse until a slushy texture is achieved. Pour into glasses and top with prepared foam topping. Enjoy!
Recipe source: Disney Food Blog.