Mickey Cake Pops Sweet Treats DisneyWorld

Cheers to more cake pops at Disney World!

Warning: no nutritional information is included in this article since calories don’t count on vacation.

If there’s ever a good time to ignore the diet and indulge in sweets, it’s on vacation. And if there’s a perfect spot for this foodie sugar fest, it’s Disney World. After a recent delicious trip to the House of the Mouse, it’s clear to me that these are Disney World’s 12 must-eat (& drink) sweet treats:

The Dole Whip

What: Sweet pineapple soft serve ice cream which can be swirled with vanilla soft serve (my favorite way) or made into a dole whip float with Dole pineapple juice.

Where: At Aloha Isle in Adventureland at the Magic Kingdom

Why: Because if anyone knows how to make pineapple ice cream it’s Dole. Who cares if your dinner reservation is in 30 minutes. Just get on that line…it’s worth the wait and worth ruining dinner.

Dole Whip Float Aloha Isle Magic Kingdom Disney

Sometimes dessert comes before dinner…especially when you pass the Dole Whip stand and are on sleeping baby watch.

The Hollywood & Vine Dessert Buffet

What: A mouth-watering dessert buffet (included in your character meal) of mini key lime pies, brownies, berry tarts, cupcakes, and a chocolate fountain.

Where: Hollywood & Vine Restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Why: Because you don’t get just one Disney World sweet treat for dessert, you get them all. Oink.

And I thought I was a princess...evidently, a real princess has her own dessert buffet at Hollywood & Vine.

And I thought I was a princess…evidently, a real princess has her own dessert buffet at Hollywood & Vine.

The Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar

What: Nestlé chocolate coated Mickey Mouse shaped vanilla ice cream on a stick

Where: Ice cream carts throughout the four Disney World Parks

Why: Because it’s just not a trip to Disney without having one of these classic sweet treats

Plaza Ice Cream

What: Hand-scooped Edy’s ice cream served as waffle-bowl sundaes, in a single scoop cone with chocolate Mickey ears, as a huge ice cream sandwich that’s the size of your kid’s head (my husband’s choice), as a giant sundae served in Mickey Mouse pants bowl, or as a double scoop ice cream cone (one scoop Birthday Cake & one scoop Strawberry for me)!

Where: Plaza Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom

Why: Nothing’s sweeter than eating this delicious, creamy treat while overlooking Cinderella’s Castle. Talk about the happiest place on earth? It’s under Plaza Ice Cream Parlor’s yellow and white striped umbrellas with Disney World sweet treats in hand.

Double Scoop Ice Cream Cone Plaza Ice Cream Parlor Magic Kingdom

Double Scooping it at Plaza Ice Cream Parlor.

LeFou’s Brew

What: A non-alcoholic frozen apple juice with a hint of toasted marshmallow and topped with all-natural passion fruit-mango foam

Where: Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom

Why: Really? As if I didn’t have you at passion fruit-mango foam. Grab several straws even though you don’t want to. Sharing is caring.

LeFou's Brew Gaston Tavern Magic Kingdom

Mickey Mouse Ice Cream Sandwich

What: A Mickey Mouse shaped cookies & cream chocolate cookie ice cream sandwich

Where: Ice cream carts throughout the four Disney World Parks

Why: Because it’s good, really good. And chances are you’ve never had a Mickey Mouse shaped ice cream sandwich before.

Mickey Mouse Ice Cream Sandwich Disney World

Starbucks Iced Coffee

What: Iced Coffee from Starbucks in an adorable Disney Parks cup. I love the caramel macchiato…the sweeter the better.

Where: At Starbucks stores and/or restaurants throughout all four Disney Parks

Why: Because it’s almost always hot out in Florida and you’ll need to refuel at some point to keep up with the kiddos. Do it Disney-style…in these cute Disney cups!

Refuel, Disney-style.

Refuel, Disney-style.

Goofy Gummies

What: Goofy’s Candy Co. gummy candies that are multi-colored and Mickey mouse shaped

Where: Main Street Confectionery in the Magic Kingdom or at Goofy’s Candy Company shop in Downtown Disney

Why: Because they’re just the right amount of chewiness, they’re Mickey-shaped (bears are so last year), and, obviously, Goofy made them himself.

Mickey Mouse cake pops (seen above)

What: Mickey Mouse shaped & decorated cake pops with marshmallow ears covered in chocolate or bright glittery sprinkles

Where: Storybook Circus Souvenirs in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom

Why: Because it almost doesn’t matter what the cake pop tastes like when they look this cute! But fair warning, they’re highly addictive.

Yak Attack

What: An alcoholic Frozen Mango & Wildberry Daiquiri with a cherry on top

Where: Yak & Yeti Restaurant in Animal Kingdom

Why: Because you’ll probably still be in the park at happy hour and it’s a great sweet treat for the adults

Yak Attack Disney World Sweet Treats

Disney World Churros

What: Crispy fried dough sticks rolled in sugar and cinnamon

Where: At food carts in Frontierland

Why:  Because it’s so yummy it should be required while watching the fireworks show from Frontierland and how often are you somewhere that offers churros?

Mickey Mouse Rice Krispy Treat

What: Mickey Mouse shaped rice krispy treat dipped in chocolate and Mickey Mouse sprinkles

Where: Main Street Confectionery in the Magic Kingdom

Why: Because they are the best rice krispy treats you’ll ever have. I grab one (read: several) when we’re leaving the Magic Kingdom to enjoy on the car ride home to Miami or the next day (if I have the will power to resist it that long) when I’m really missing Disney World! Don’t think you’ll be back to Disney soon? I’d suggest grabbing the huge one, about 1′ x 1′ in size.

Disney World Mickey Mouse Rice Krispy Treat

What are your favorite Disney World sweet treats? Please share because I know there are more Disney sweets to discover and this girl’s sweet tooth is never satisfied.



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