6 Famous Restaurant Recipes That You Can Make At Home

With everyone sheltering in place, one of the things we miss most is being able to go out to our favorite restaurants. Yes, many eating establishments are offering non-contact pickup or delivery options, but sometimes you just need it right now and making it yourself is satisfying too. Also, it’s a smart move for these places to continue to connect with you and remind you that they are not only out in the world (when we return to “normal”) but they are right there with you in your own kitchen.

Here are some of the iconic dishes that you can now make at home. Click each link for the full recipe.

1. McDonald’s Sausage and Egg McMuffin

Photo Credit: McDonald's

If you’re missing your morning stop at Mickey D’s for the most popular item on the breakfast menu, then you’re in luck with this simple 5 ingredient recipe that you can make at home. And all it takes is five ingredients: an English muffin, sausage patty, two eggs, and a slice of American cheese.

2. Ikea – Swedish Meatballs with Cream Sauce

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Photo Credit: IKEA

The Swedish chain is known for its do-it-your assembly furniture, but no special wrench or complicated instructions are needed to make its infamous Swedish meatballs. Ikea sells over a billion Swedish meatballs each year in its cafeterias and frozen to-go packs and now you can make them at home. Hopefully, you have some lingonberry sauce on hand to recreate the entire in-store experience..

3. Doubletree – Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Photo Credit: Doubletree

When you check into the hotel you get a warm cookie. These cookies are a cult favorite and while people have tried to replicate the recipe, this is the first time the company has released the actual recipe. More than 30 million DoubleTree chocolate chip cookies are consumed every year and the cookie was also the first food to be baked in orbit during experiments aboard the International Space Station. They are out of this world.

4. Disney – Dole Whip

Photo Credit: Disney

The infamous frozen pineapple treat is so loved, but the parks are closed during these challenging times and you want your dose of Dole Whip. Disney shared two step-by-step recipes so  you can make Dole Whip at home. One of these recipes is authentic and will get you exactly what’s served in the parks. The other recipe is much easier, and still vegan, but isn’t what’s served in the parks.

5. Chipotle – Guacamole

Photo Credit: Chipotle

Now you can make the addictive smashed guacamole at home.

6. Cheesecake Factory – 20 Recipes

Photo Credit: Cheesecake Factory

Big menu, big portions, big taste. That’s what the Cheesecake Factory is known for. And now you can make 20 of their most iconic dishes at home including Korean Fried Cauliflower, Cajun Jambalaya Pasta, Chinese Chicken Salad, Green Chilaquiles with Carnitas and Eggs, Tuscan Chicken and more watering favorites.

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