Disney World is the happiest place on earth, and for more than one reason. It’s where memories are made, where new traditions are started, and where you can experience things found nowhere else in the world. It’s also home to some of the most delectable and unique treats out there. If you're in search of the best foods at Disney World to try, we have the perfect treats in mind.
Price: $34 (serves 4)
Address: Beaches and Cream at Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Why You Need To Go: This is not a dessert bowl. It is a kitchen sink overflowing with vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, cookies & cream, and mint chocolate chip ice cream smothered in every topping offered. And if that’s not enough, you can also add on Chocolate Lovers or Neapolitan.
White Chocolate "Chip" Cup
Address: Be Our Guest Restaurant
Why You Need To Go: You might have trouble eating this one, only because it’s just so cute! This Chip teacup-shaped treat is made from white chocolate and topped with Lumiere’s signature “grey stuff!”
Address: various concession stands around the park
Why You Need To Go: Disney’s candied apples come in some amazing shapes, colors, and flavors throughout the year, and their holiday selection is just as creative. From classic Mickey and Minnie apples to Jack Skellington and Snowflake ones, you definitely need to grab a photo of this treat before you devour it.
Address: The Milk Stand at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
Why You Need To Go: Don’t worry, you won’t have to go straight to the source to get these colorful milk drinks as Luke did. Made from coconut and rice milk, you can take your pick of blue or green.
Star Wars Cupcakes
Address: Backlot Express at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Why You Need To Go: BB9-E and Kylo Ren appear as these delicious cupcakes, available at Backlot Express. BB9-E is vanilla and caramel cheesecake buttercream, and Kylo Ren is (obviously) chocolate with peanut butter buttercream.
Address: Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
Why You Need To Go: You might be wondering what the heck is an oi-oi and do I really want to eat it, but don’t worry, it’s much tamer than you’d think. A raspberry creampuff and passion fruit mousse make up this delicious dessert, found at Docking Bay 7.
Mickey Shaped Beignets
Price: Three beignets for $4.49 or six for $6.99
Why You Need To Go: In the classic Mickey Mouse shape, these delicious powdered sugar beignets are too good to pass up!
With all the new ride openings, you’ll have ample time to give these foods a try to fuel yourself for the next round of coasters and spinners. From adorable themed desserts to totally out-of-this-world cuisine, the culinary experience of Disney World is one not to be missed.