Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom will be sweeter than ever next month, because new ice cream cones, Mickey Mouse-inspired sweets, and other limited-time snacks are coming to the park just in time for Mardi Gras and St. Patrick’s Day.
First up are three brand-new debuting at the Magic Kingdom on Feb. 24. The Hei Hei Cone, which will be available at Aloha Isle in Adventureland, features a blue sugar cone topped with raspberry soft-serve, pineapple Dole Whip, sugar eyes, and sour candy.
The Lost Princess Cone at Storybook Treats is purple and comes topped with lemon soft-serve and edible flowers. The Adventure is Out There is a blue sugar cone topped with mango soft-serve and a candy balloon piece; you’ll find it at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies.
For a limited time, Liberty Square Market will serve a Frog Prince Whoopie Pie, a cinnamon whoopie pie with graham cracker icing, sprinkles, and a chocolate frog.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, March’s Hot Dog of the Month at Casey’s Corner will be Casey’s Corn Beef Hash Dog, topped with crispy potatoes, corned beef, cabbage, and a Blarney sauce drizzle.
As part of Mickey and Minnie’s Surprise Celebration, new Mouse-inspired desserts will be available at the Magic Kingdom starting on March 1. A Mickey and Minnie Waffle Sundae is joining the menu at Sleepy Hollow; it comes with Mickey and Minnie-shaped waffles and a scoop of vanilla ice cream topped with chocolate sauce, whipped cream, sprinkles, and a cherry.
There will also be two new Minnie-themed sundaes at Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, The Minnie Sundae features two scoops of ice cream topped with chocolate sauce, whipped cream, strawberries, chocolate cream cookies, and a chocolate Minnie bow. The Main Street Split comes with ice-cream and a banana topped with strawberry and pineapple sauces, hot fudge, chocolate cream cookies, and a chocolate Minnie bow.
Finally, Columbia Harbour House and Tony’s Town Square Restaurant will offer red velvet Mickey and Minnie Whoopie Pies, filled with cream cheese icing and topped with chocolate decorations, while Tortuga Tavern is bringing back the Mickey Confetti Pretzel, dipped in marshmallow fluff and topped with confetti sprinkles.
For more information read this post on the Disney Parks Blog, and watch these videos for more Magic Kingdom treats: