Walt Disney World is always bringing us new rides, characters and shows. It seems that every time we make our way to Florida, Disney has a new surprise waiting for us. While the attractions continue to draw crowds, my sights are always set on something a bit sweeter: the food!
On this last trip, we had the chance to try some new desserts at the parks, and of course we got a few of our old favorites. If you have a trip coming up to Walt Disney World, look no further because I am gonna give you a cheat sheet on what to eat at the most magical place in the world.
Mickey Mouse Club Cupcake: located at Main Street Bakery in Magic Kingdom
Let’s start this delicious journey on Main Street USA! Every time we walk up towards the castle, we make a quick stop at the Starbucks location on the right. Honestly, is there anything more magical than coffee? It’s true that the coffee is delicious, but this Starbucks has more to offer than your typical coffee shop.
We knew we had to try this HUGE and adorable cupcake the moment we laid eyes on it. It obviously makes a great photo op, but it is equally delicious. It had a generous amount of frosting, and the only downside is that it turned our mouths black. But hey, that’s a fair trade off in my book.
Cheshire Cat Tail: located at Cheshire Cat Cafe in Magic Kingdom
This delicious snack has been my go to Magic Kingdom breakfast for over a year now. I’m typically not too hungry early in the morning, so this is a perfect pastry to split with my husband. Try it once, and you will never go back.
“Up” Themed Mango Dole Whip Cone: located at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies in Magic Kingdom
Okay okay, I have a confession….I ordered this treat with the sole intention of getting a fun picture. Up is my favorite Pixar movie, so I knew that we had to get it at least once.
I am personally not a fan of dole whip, so this one was eaten by my husband. He loved it and would try it again. Fair warning: It’s huge. Good luck trying to finish this bad boy on your own!
Dole Whip With Rum: located in the Africa section of Animal Kingdom
Again, I’m not a fan of dole whip, but my husband has dreams about this Dole Whip Rum. We always talk about what we are most excited to try on the drive down to Orlando, and this sweet is at the top of his list. If Dole Whip is your jam, you will love this fun variation.
Cookies and Cream Mini Donuts: located at Joeffrey’s in Animal Kingdom
Joeffrey’s is killin’ it in the donut category. We stumbled upon these mini donuts while on our way to Expedition Everest. These are a great option if you are looking for something to hold you over until your next meal. Yum!
Glazed Almonds: located at the cart in front of the Chinese Theatre- Hollywood Studios
An oldie but a goodie! We got these in a cart in front of the Chinese Theatre, but we have also got them in Epcot and Animal Kingdom.
These nuts obviously delicious, but there have been times we have been disappointed if they are cold. When they are warm, they are in our top 5 favorite snacks.
Tie Dye Cheesecake: located at the Pop Century bakery
Last on my list is something almost too pretty to eat. Staying on theme, Pop Century offers this yummy Tie Dye Cheesecake.
I ordered this dessert for the fun theming, but the taste will have me ordering it for years to come. It was so much better than I was anticipating, and this is a must have if you are staying at Pop Century Resort.
These snacks all have the Jubilee guarantee: you will not disappointed by these yummy goodies. The best thing about Disney is that there are hundreds of desserts I haven’t even tried yet. The goodness never ends. How groovy is that?
What sweet treat do you think deserves to be added to the list?