With Halloween season in full swing and the holidays on their way, there’s plenty of both spooky and sweet treats to try all across Walt Disney World.
Check out what’s in store for guests visiting Walt Disney World this November:
Starting on Nov. 1, guests can fly over to Storybook Treats to try Tink’s Pixie-Dusted Cone! This high-flying treat is made with lime soft-serve and topped with white chocolate “wings,” cotton candy, and a tiny bit of Pixie Dust.
Speaking of cotton candy, there is now Purple Wall Cotton Candy, served at a cart near the Instagram-worthy wall in Tomorrowland. This cotton candy treat is mixed berry flavored, and definitely worth a photo or two on its own!
Starting Nov. 7, a couple new slushes will debut at Magic Kingdom. The first can be found at The Lunching Pad in Tomorrowland: The Space Ranger Slush! This frozen snack has layers of purple grape and green apple slush, and comes with a green rock candy straw.
The second frozen drink is The Wonderland Slush, which will also be available starting Nov. 7 at Cheshire Café in Fantasyland. This one comes with layers of purple grape and pink raspberry lemonade slush and a pink rock candy straw.
The Cupcake of the Month at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort is a Cheshire Cat Cupcake! This vanilla cupcake is filled with pink and purple crispy pearls and topped with strawberry buttercream, chocolate ears, and a chocolate smile. You can find this snack at Intermission Food Court this November.
If you’re craving a caramel apple, try the Caramel Apple Cupcake at Flame Tree Barbecue at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This vanilla cupcake comes with apple pie filling and is topped with caramel buttercream, a salted caramel drizzle, streusel crumbs, and a house-made apple chip.
Over at Disney Springs, the new Buzz Pop Cocktails at Paddlefish are a perfect way to stay refreshed on a hot Florida day. Guests ages 21 and older can try one of the many fruity flavors like Caribbean Breeze Sorbet, Lemon Drop Martini Sorbet, Blueberry Mania Sorbet, and more.
For more information and full menus for these locations, head to DisneyWorld.com.