We’re always on the look out for new sweet treats in the Walt Disney World parks — and this time, we’ve found two tasty winners in the Magic Kingdom! The best part is, if you’re a long-time Disney fan or Disney WORLD fan, these might even pull at your heartstrings a little bit!
First up, Pinocchio Village Haus is putting the sweet in sweet treat with Italian Cream Cake.
This cake is layers of cake and Italian cream with a white chocolate Jiminy Cricket on top! He’s seriously one of my favorites and I love that he’s getting his own dessert here!
The Italian Cream Cake comes in a handy dessert cup, easy to carry around or to eat while in the queue for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train!
The cake itself is a white cake with nuts and a few chocolate chips dispersed throughout.
Jiminy is white chocolate and adds whimsy to the simple-looking dessert.
The Italian Cream is super sweet (and there’s lots of it!), so even with the simple cake, this treat is very sweet — like you might want to consider sharing it because it’s a little much for one person. There’s some nice texture on top with a little shaved coconut.
Seriously, this is goooooood! We love the lightness of the cream (despite its almost shocking sweetness), and the cake is awesome. For those who don’t care for coconut, there’s just that little bit on top, so this might still work for you! And at $4.79 (or a DDP snack credit), it’s a decent price (particularly if you share!).
If you prefer sweet treats of a chocolate persuasion, scoot over to Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe for a Sonny Eclipse-worthy dessert!
The Sonny Eclipse Dessert is a chocolate lovers dream! From top to bottom, it’s really well done!
Sonny is featured on a piece of dried fondant… and he’s not very good. This pretty much tastes like paper, so we say discard Sonny before digging in.
But once you get past that little snafoo, the cake is cookies and cream cheesecake atop a chocolate cookie crust. The cake isn’t all that cheesecake-y, so don’t shy away if you aren’t into cheesecake.
The layer of chocolate on top (and those blue “galaxy sprinkles”) add a little extra sweetness to Sonny’s dessert. And that cross-section? We need this in our lives today.
Sonny will run you $5.99 (or a snack credit), and for those looking for a chocolate treat, it’s worth the price. (And it’s a good value on the DDP!)
Ready for MORE Disney Snacks?!
What’s your sweet treat attack at the Disney Parks? Do you save your cravings for meal time or grab something good to go? Tell us in the comments!