Have you heard? It's basically Christmas! And while you might not be ready for it, Disney has been more than ready for weeks now. And what is the most logical way to bring you news of Disney's most wonderful and magical holiday treats, you might ask? Well, it is for me to try them all and report back to you, of course!
Without further ado, here are the end-of-year foods you must eat at Disney World's Magic Kingdom (both Mickey's Very Merry exclusives and not!). You must! I insist!
Adventureland is hands down the place to be this year if you want next-level treats that scream "I AM MAGICAL, POST A PICTURE OF ME ON THE INTERNET RIGHT NOW." Not only is Aloha Isle home to that gorgeous cherry-pistachio soft serve swirl you've seen all over Instagram, but it's also got this Moana-inspired Kakamora Float. It's a mound of coconut Dole Whip (yes, you read that right) sitting atop pineapple juice and non-alcoholic blue curaçao syrup with a chocolate cake pop.
The Christmas Cookie Sundae (a somehow lighter counterpart to the restaurant's Christmas Cookie Shake) is a gorgeously festive treat. Not only do you bite in thinking you're getting vanilla soft serve, but you walk away from just that one bite with a hit of sugar cookie and chocolate. What did I tell you? Disney magic.
The Tomorrowland staple's take on the holidays is a blast in a glass—l i t e r a l l y. Their "Tis The Season" drink is essentially Orange Fanta spiked with cranberry juice and loaded up with green apple boba. Oh, and it's engineered with dry ice, so it fizzes hard for a good 10 minutes or so.
Main Street Bakery
Mickey, but make it Christmas.
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café
Sven's Carrot Cake, which is another Party exclusive, is one of the top three items on this list. If you heard "delicious carrot cake" and decided you no longer trust my judgement, listen: The thing is two-thirds cream cheese frosting, one-third sweet and chewy cake. It's a bigger serving than you'd expect, too. Carrot cake for all!!
Storybook is one of many places in Magic Kingdom with both holiday treats and Frozen-related offerings right now. Their stand-out is the Arandelle Aqua Cone, which, at the end of the day is just cotton candy soft serve, but it's...it's so pretty. Sugar snowflakes adorn the ice cream, and the cone is a lovely lilac color to match. SO PRETTY.
Sunshine Tree Terrace
The Orange Bird Christmas is another must-have during this year's Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party. Its white chocolate shell holds orange-scented mousse and almond cake. The dessert is both delicate and sturdy, which makes it a fun option for (1) biting right into and (2) eating as you go. Also, it's cute. And what is a party without cute desserts?
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