It looks like a beignet sandwich. Oily and sugary.
By the way, this recipe is delicious and tastes every bit the same as the Disneyland version. Though, yes, it is a rich and deep-fried indulgence. Don't try this every day (or even every week).
Would it be a lot of work to make? If you like to cook, then no, it's not a lot of work. Some of us find cooking to be relaxing, almost therapeutic. Being able to recreate some of the special foods we enjoyed at a Disney park lets us re-experience the special times we spent there. Many if not most of us rarely get to a Disney park. Pulling out one of my Disney cookbooks and recreating the Cheddar Cheese Soup I had at Le Cellier, the Artist Point Berry Cobbler I had for desert at Wilderness Lodge, or the Peanut Butter 'n Jelly shake that my wife let me taste at the 50's Prime Time Café brings back wonderful memories.
Would I want to eat like this every day? No. This is not health food. Not everything has to be health food. Sometimes people need comfort food, with all the calories and carbs, oil and sugar though it might contain.
The only time I'd ever had one was at Bennigans, and it's been probably 15 years. It was served with some kind of raspberry sauce, so I would imagine similar to the cookbook mentioned above with the blackberry sauce.
I can't recall much about it except the idea of it makes my arteries hurt.
Still....I will definitely have one on my next trip to The Happiest Place on Earth!!Why oh why doesn't The Most Magical Place on Earth also have Monte Cristos?