The Lost Princess Cone can now be found at Storybook Treats in Magic Kingdom!
One of three new character and Disney film-inspired cones arriving in Magic Kingdom today, the Lost Princess Cone is inspired by the Lost Princess herself… none other than Rapunzel from Tangled.
Rapunzel’s signature dress color, purple, is reflected in the color of the cone. It’s filled with lemon soft-serve (Dole Whip!) to mimic the piles and piles of Rapunzel’s blond hair.
But what makes this cone especially unique, visually, are the edible flowers which garnish the soft serve to mirror the flowers that decorate Rapunzel’s braided hair.
There is no denying that the Lost Princess Cone is a treat that is lovely to look at. But there is some good and bad news when it comes to this cone. Let’s start with the good news, which is that the Lemon Dole Whip (which joins our other new-to-Magic Kingdom Dole Whip flavors today) is AWESOME. Especially for my fellow sour fans out there! It’s bright and tart and tasty.
But now, for the bad news…. we don’t know if this was just the case with our cone, but the purple cone (with no additional flavor, only color) was simply not as sturdy and didn’t hold the treat as well as the blue cones that come with the new Hei Hei Cone and “Adventure Is Out There” Cone.
Be on the lookout for a quick melt at the bottom of your cone! Plus, the edible flowers, while very pretty, were not good at all. So just be sure to grab your pics of them before deciding whether you want to partake in that part.
Before you stop by Storybook Treats, note that the Lost Princess takes place of Tink’s Pixie-Dusted Cone (but Peter Pan fans can still grab the Peter Pan Float). But now Rapunzel fans can join in the fun at Storybook Treats, too!
You’ll find Storybook Treats in Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland. Take a Food Tour of Fantasyland in our DFB YouTube Video!