Besides the beautiful holiday decorations at Walt Disney World, one thing guests look forward to the most this time of year are the yummy holiday treats. Each park has a variety of different food and beverage options every foodie can enjoy!
From Nov. 6 – Dec. 30, Magic Kingdom will have plenty of sweets exclusive to the park. The Twice Upon a Cupcake perfectly captures the magic of the season with confetti Christmas icing shaped like a Christmas tree at the top, with a red velvet hidden Mickey inside. This treat will be available at Main Street Bakery.
The Let it Snow Taco is a sugar cookie “taco shell” filled with salted caramel and a spiced chocolate mouse that can thaw any frozen heart, and can be found at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe. Orange Bird will be featured on his very own treat, An Orange Bird Christmas—orange-scented white chocolate mousse—at Sunshine Tree Terrace.
Any trip to the Magic Kingdom isn’t complete without a churro. Westward Ho offers Chip and Dale Christmas Churros, which are made of gingerbread topped with apple pie filling and chocolate chips. At Aloha Isle, guests can cool down in the warm winter months of Florida with a Pistachio Chai Tea Float.
Just a quick Monorail ride away, Epcot is also serving up some sweet treats. Available now through Dec. 31, Block & Hans is serving up a Spiked Frozen Apple Pie. The Taste of Epcot International Festival of the Holidays will also have some global treats, but guests can have a sneak peak of the sweets by trying the Maple Bûche de Noël – a maple mousse with cranberries rolled in a gingerbread chiffon cake.
Lights, camera, snack-tion! Disney’s Hollywood Studios is serving up holiday goodies from Nov. 6 – Jan. 4. Holidays are not the same without hot chocolate, and at PizzeRizzo, Backlot Express, ABC Commissary and Rosie’s All-American Café, guests can find a Frozen Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate topped with a souvenir Mickey Glow.
Santa can find Mickey’s Holiday Cookie at ABC Commissary and Rosie’s All-American Café. A red velvet Holiday Whoopie Pie can be found at The Trolley Car Café and Backlot Express, and Olaf’s Snow Flurry Cupcake will be available at Rosie’s All-American Café.
The circle of life always comes right back to dessert. At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, a White-Chocolate Peppermint Cream Cheese Mousse will be available Dec. 20 – Jan. 2 at Satu’li Canteen. At Dino-Bite Snacks, guests can find a Pumpkin Ice Cream Sandwich throughout the month of November.
Creature Comforts, Flame Tree Barbecue and Restaurantosaurus will offer a Menagerie Cupcake topped with a white chocolate bear from Dec. 1-30. Creature Comforts will also be serving a white chocolate peppermint Santa Mickey Mousse from Dec. 1 – Jan. 2.
If you’re looking for more holiday fun at Walt Disney World, check out the new holiday merch now available online and at the parks.