As we launch into March, we want to highlight some awesome new finds and upcoming events that we think you’ve got to check out if you’re at Walt Disney World this month!
These are exclusive, Disney World must-eats that are taking the social media world by storm! Let’s check them out!
Cones with Character
February was a delicious month, but the crowning food achievement were Cones with Character! This is basically the advent of NEW DOLE WHIP FLAVORS in Disney World!
The Lost Princess Cone
Find three different movie-themed cones spread throughout the Magic Kingdom: “The Lost Princess” Cone embodies the spirit of Rapunzel from Tangled. Here, lemon Dole Whip swirls to mimic The Lost Princess’ hair, with edible flowers added to resemble Rapunzel’s iconic floral hair decorations.
The purple cone is princess-ready, and if you’re so inclined, the whole thing is Instagram-worthy, too! You’ll find Rapunzel locked in her tower… or rather, behind the counter at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland. 😉
The Adventure is Out There Cone
The “Adventure is out there” Cone can be found at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies in Tomorrowland and features the most iconic image from Up!: balloons!
Find chocolate balloons embedded in white chocolate, all sitting atop mango Dole Whip (which has a tropical vibe we totally loved).
The Hei Hei Cone
The third Cone with Character captures the spirit of Moana’s lovable sidekick Hei-Hei. This dumb chicken makes an adorable icy treat that features traditional Dole Whip topped with raspberry Dole Whip, sugar eyes, and a sour candy comb. Just look how wide-eyed he is — just like the film!
Hei-Hei is pecking at rocks in Adventureland’s Aloha Isle!
All three of the Cones with Character are $5.29 and snack credit eligible, and since they’re all different flavors and spread across the park, there’s really no reason not to eat all three. 😉
Celebration Eats at Magic Kingdom
continues in Magic Kingdom in March with brand new treats! What better way to celebrate the royal couple of the World than with a Mickey and Minnie (!!) Waffle Sundae? You’ll find this treat at Sleepy Hollow, and if we could just get Minnie mini waffles all the time, we’d be thrilled. 😉
And the Mickey and Minnie Whoopie Pies can be found at Tony’s Town Square and at Columbia Harbour House. Minnie is a red velvet whoopie pie with cream cheese frosting, while Mickey is chocolate with vanilla buttercream. Chocolate pieces decorate both. There’s no denying it: these two are adorable in every food form.
Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival Food Booths
TODAY is the beginning of Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival, and that means food booths! The Festival runs through June 3, so there’s plenty of time to taste it all! We’ve got all the details about food booths here — including menus! And when the booths and signs go up, we’ll be updating with prices, too! You’ll want to check out everything that’s new in 2019, including four new booths and lots of new eats at the returning booths.
March is coming in like a lion of deliciousness, and we’re ready!
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Here’s to a fun and tasty March, y’all! Let us know what you’re most excited for by leaving a comment below!