NEW Treats @ Magic Kingdom!

Disney World is famous for it’s trademark treats, but they’re also always up to something new! I got to adventure all around Magic Kingdom in sea

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Disney World is famous for it’s trademark treats, but they’re also always up to something new! I got to adventure all around Magic Kingdom in search of the newest character inspired treats being offered throughout the summer. 

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Wish Granted Donut

Where?: Sunshine Tree Terrace, Adventureland. 

What is it?: A glazed donut with golden sprinkles, a magic lamp milk chocolate tile, and blue cotton candy to represent Genie from Aladdin!

Yumminess rating: 3/5

Character integrity: 5/5

Wish Granted Donut

The flavor is pretty basic glazed donut, but presentation is on point! Being located just around the corner of Aladdin’s flying carpets it’s in a great spot for photos!

Hei Hei Cone

Where?: Aloha Isle Refreshments, Adventureland 

What is it?:

It’s pineapple and raspberry soft serve on a blue sugar cone with a cherry sour strip on top and sugar eyes. 

Yumminess rating: 5/5

Character integrity: 4/5

This chilled treat is just what you need on a hot Magic Kingdom day. The raspberry soft serve is refreshing and delicious. The pineapple soft serve is very yummy and gives you your “dole whip” fix. Great location representing the Polynesian chicken from Moana. I do wish the presentation of the cone where I bit less messy, the eyes where strangely assembled on which is the into reason I give it a 4/5 on character. But over all this is exactly what you need to cool down on a summer adventure. 

The soft serve on this cone is Dairy/gluten friendly! *The cone is not* 

Tangled Eclair 

Where?: Pinocchio Village Haus, Fantasyland 

What is it?: it’s a vanilla pastry cut and filled with whipped caramel flavored cream topped with sugar flowers and a chocolate frying pan. 

Yumminess rating: 3/5

Character integrity: 5/5

This was such a cute pastry, it captured Rapunzel’s signature braid very well and I loved seeing the frying pan on top. Taste wise in my opinion, it was lacking. It wasn’t very flavorful and would leave you feeling a bit weighed down on a steamy summer day in Florida. Not my first choice for a quick treat. But very cute. 

Mickey’s Pushpop:

Where?: Friars Nook, Fantasyland 

What is it?: a plastic pushpop container filled with funfetti cakes and vanilla frosting. 

Yumminess rating: 4/5

Character integrity: 4/5

This was such a cute treat! It’s tagging along with Mickey and Minnie’s celebration and captures the surprise, cuteness, and “pop” of the event and characters. If you like birthday cake, this is a great snack for you. 

Lost Princess Cone

Where?: Storybook Treats, Fantasyland 

What is it?: Lemon soft serve with glitter and real edible flowers served on a piper sugar cone. 

Yumminess rating: 5/5

Character integrity: 5/5

Much like the Hei Hei cone, this cone is the perfect treat for a hot summer day! Refreshing and beautiful, this cone captures the fresh, bubbly, and adventurous character of Rapunzel. Sparkling with glitter and topped with real flowers, this is a very unique new treat! It is a new experience to each actual flowers, but really they just taste like lettuce. One of my personal favorite treats of the day. 

The lemon soft serve is gluten/dairy friendly! *the sugar cone is not* 

Mickey Celebration Donut

Where?: Cheshire Cafe, Fantasyland & Lunching Pad, Tomorrowland 

What is it?: this is GIANT donut shaped like everyone’s favorite mouse! It comes in three flavors, strawberry, chocolate, and vanilla. 

Yumminess rating: 5/5

Character integrity: 5/5

This donut is adorable and extremely photogenic. It captures the character of Mickey so well. Flavor wise, the donut itself is moist and sweet. The flavor frostings aren’t very strong but compliment the donut very well. 

Main Street Split

Where?: Main Street Ice Cream Parlor

What is it?: one scoop each of vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry ice cream, 2 bananas, whipped cream, pineapple topping, strawberry topping, chocolate cookie Minnie Mouse Ears, Minnie Mouse bow, and a cherry on top!

Yumminess rating: 5/5

Character integrity: 5/5

This split is as classic as the character it’s representing. Big enough to “split” between friends, now I know how it got its name. 

Adventure Is Out There Cone

Where?: Auntie Gravity’s, Tomorrowland

What is it?: Mango soft serve with chocolate sugar coated candy balloons, served in a blue sugar cone. 

Yumminess rating: 5/5

Character integrity: 5/5

With colors reprise ring the famous house from “Up!” And flavored to compliment a warm summer day in tropical Florida, this cone is a great choice. The candy balloons are a great addition and add so much character to this cone. The mango flavor is faint, but refreshing.

The mango soft serve is dairy/gluten friendly. *the cone and balloons are not* 

We loved this adventure and hope this helps you in deciding what treat you’ll go for next!

If you try any of these treats, let us know! Tag us in your Instagram posts @ThemeParkHD!

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