Snack Series: Dulce de Leche Fudge

Disney World and Disneyland candy shops specialize in house-made sweet confections, and fudge is one that can be found on both coasts!

And while we don’t talk about it ALL the time here on the DFB, we are constantly scanning the fudge counters for new flavors and interesting options. We’ve even got a fun Disney Fudge Primer for you!

A unique fudge we found on a recent trip is a swirly-twirly version called Dulce de Leche! Isn’t it gorgeous? I had to try it.


The predominant flavors of vanilla and caramel really shine through. And bonus: there is definitely enough to share! You can even purchase it with a snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan!

It’s the perfect vacation treat, but is also travels really well. Presto — an edible souvenir!

Close-up of fudge

This variety is a seasonal flavor, so you won’t find it year ’round; but we’ve seen it at all the normal spots where fudge can be found: Main Street Confectionery at Magic Kingdom; Beverly Sunset Sweet Spells at Hollywood Studios; and even occasionally at Goofy’s Candy Company in Downtown Disney.

TIP: If you do plan to head home with a stash of Walt Disney World Fudge — and you SO should — be sure to wrap it well and store it in the freezer. It will keep for a couple of weeks that way (good luck with it actually sitting in your freezer for two weeks…).

Do you LOVE Disney fudge? Have you tried the Dulce de Leche, or do you have another favorite? Let us know your Disney fudge story!


  1. says

    Oh, I do love Disney fudge. A day at the park isn’t complete without a stop at the appropriate candy shop. I’m partial to the chocolate/peanut butter and the chocolate mint, but the dulce de leche looks good, too!

  2. Essie says

    I’m hoping to get this fudge when I go in Nov.; if not I’m sure there will be other good flavors. I plan to buy a large amount so I can take a treat home to the family and stick some in the freezer as a Christmas gift for my Mom.

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