Disney Food Post Round-Up: May 1, 2011

Happy May to everyone! We hope everyone fared well during this stormy week.

Here’s the foodie news from Disney this week:

DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining Reviews!

We had a couple more great reviews of the DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining this week!

Oh Amanda says, “If you are going to Disney World and plan on eating there, YOU NEED THIS BOOK!” Read her full review here!

Disney By The Numbers says, “You must buy your copy NOW. Don’t wait to buy this book; it is a must have for all WDW guests, even if you’re local to WDW or come from half way around the world each year on vacation.” Read his full review here.

Thanks, guys! Remember, you can get your copy of the DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining e-Book right here!

And now, on to the round-up!

Eating (and Drinking) Around the World shows us how to play with our Disney food with new theme park snack and play sets. Finally a Mickey ice cream bar that will survive the trip home! ;-)

Walt Disney World for Grown-Ups shares a review of Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Cake Wrecks It’s a sandwich! It’s a cake! It’s a Mickey MLT!

Progress City, U.S.A. takes a look at Disney dining news circa 1984!

Main Street Gazette reveals how the Rose & Crown Pub in Epcot’s United Kingdom pavilion honors the royal wedding of William and Kate!

WDW Radio answers reader questions about purchasing groceries to use at your Disney resort.

New! Dessert Trays at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Hollywood Studios has unveiled new desserts. Check out these dessert trays! They are totally unique and make dessert on-the-go a delicious adventure! No word on exactly WHEN they’re sold, but we’re told you can find them at Hollywood Scoops.

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Fantasmic Sweet Treats Tray is Key-Lime Pie, Tiramisu, blueberry cheesecake, Mickey Brownie, and Raspberry Cake. This costs $13.99. With sparkling wine, it’s $19.99.

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The Evening Delight Tray is brie and cheddar cheese, fresh fruits, and chocolate-dipped strawberries. This costs $11.99. With sparking line, it’s $17.99.

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The Just Goodies Tray has pretzel sticks dipped in chocolate and candies, and strawberries and marshmallows with a chocolate dipping sauce. This costs $11.99. There’s no sparkling wine option here.

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These remind me a little bit of the Fantasmic’s Premium Viewing Dessert Trays in Disneyland! Do you think they might start a dessert event at Disney World’s Fantasmic, too?!

A special thanks to Shelley Carran at OntheGoinMCO.com for sending us the scoop on these desserts!