Yep — Christmas has come to Disney World! It showed up around Wednesday of last week and hasn’t shown any signs of slowing!
Lucky for you and me, my Mom and Dad are in Disney World this week and I’ve been getting a steady feed of photos sent to the coffer each day!
So here are some of the Christmas- and holiday-themed goodies you can enjoy in Walt Disney World this season. (By they way, this is by no means an extensive list; I’ll be heading to WDW in early December to capture even more holiday snacks on camera as they come available. I can’t wait to see what Karamell Kuche will do…)
First off, everyone’s favorite holiday treat — pumpkin fudge!! They found this at the Confectionery on Main Street in Magic Kingdom.
And a yummy-looking seasonal muffin from Writer’s Stop in Disney’s Hollywood Studios! Dad says its pumpkin-cranberry (which sounds heavenly)!
These adorable holiday cookies are a lot like the Dory and Nemo cookies sold year-round. Basically sugar cookies with a hard icing. I really like the little stockings!
I haven’t seen this ribbon candy in WDW before; have you?
And of course there are the Mickey Gingerbread Men with chocolate-dipped ears!
And now you can make your very own! This gingerbread cookie mix comes with a little Mickey Gingerbread Man cookie cutter. Great gift item, eh?
These aren’t edible, but are very cute. Anytime I can wear food — count me in.
This little box of Rice Krispie Treats is a great teacher gift, I think. It includes two chocolate-dipped Mickey Mouse krispies, one candy cane krispie, two “gift” krispies, and one plain square krispie.
And these are great for on-the-go!
An advent calendar filled with milk chocolate…I wonder how long that would last in my house…
Peppermint Bark, Chocolate Covered holiday colored pretzels, Holiday Cheer Coffee (not shown), and Christmas themed candy corn are festive additions to any holiday party!! YUM! (Though I doubt the pretzels would make it to any party I was holding…they’d be gone by the time I pulled into the driveway!)
Finally, this great ornament filled with chocolate goodies is another idea for a Christmas gift or even a stocking stuffer (if your family is like mine and has really big stockings).
Stay tuned! I promise there’s more where that came from… What edible Christmas and holiday goodies do YOU recommend I try this December in Walt Disney World? Let me know in the comments section below!