Like any family vacation, a trip with Disney Cruise Line is a great opportunity to bring home memories, photos, and souvenirs, but as we found on our recent voyage through the Western Caribbean the fun doesn’t stop there! I’m talking about food, people.
As I mentioned in my previous Disney Cruise Line posts, there is a fantastic restaurant on the Disney Magic called Palo, and while a meal there costs an additional $20 per adult (no kids, leave them in a youth club!) over the otherwise inclusive dining, it is the best $20 per adult that you may ever spend. It’s that good.
While my wife and I very much enjoyed every single thing about our Palo experience, the one dish that really surprised us was a grape and Gorgonzola pizza. Grapes on a pizza? It was so novel that we had to try it, and it was incredible. Who knew?
Once we got home we decided to make our own grape and Gorgonzola pizza, hence the title of this post; however, this time we did it for the children.
Here’s how we did it (please note, this is NOT the official recipe from Disney, but our own spin on the item) in seven easy steps plus a few that were unnecessary:
My family and I were the very grateful guests of Disney Cruise Lines on the voyage outlined above. All opinions are my own unless otherwise noted.
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