HAPPY SPRING!! It’s an EGGS-stra fun time to be in the Disney parks, especially since the season delivers lots of specialty snacks in spring shades of pinks, greens, blues, and purple. We’re hopping all over to bring you our reviews of the Spring and Easter treats, and sharing them ALL with you right here!
Just click any of the links below to find out more about these SPRING SNACKS!
Walt Disney World
Swirls on the Water
Disney World’s Dole Whip Nachos received an interesting Easter twist… You can now get Easter Basket Nachos! They serve up DOLE Whip raspberry, cotton candy soft-serve, jelly beans, raspberry sauce, strawberry boba, whip cream, and waffle chips. This is one VERY colorful treat!
You can grab a batch for $8.99 at Swirls on the Water!
‘Tis the season for CHOCOLATE! And we found quite a few goodies at The Ganachery for spring — several of these are returning items from previous years. If you love bunnies and chocolate, you can pick up the Milk Chocolate Bunny Surprise for $18.
We also spotted a Minnie Bunny Piñata for $28.
And you can grab some chocolate-covered marshmallows with spring sprinkles for $8.50.
Disney World Confectioneries
Behold… BUNNY BUTTS ARE BACK! These little guys were a hit last year and the year before that, and the year before that…you get it right? These sweet treats are rice crispy treats covered in white chocolate, in a reverse mickey head shape, topped with a tail comprised of white sprinkles piled together, and pink icing for the foot padding.
You’ll find them for $5.99 at Disney World confectionaries such as Main Street Confectionary and Big Top Treats in Magic Kingdom, and Zuri’s Sweets Shop in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Disney World Resort Hotels
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort
Grand Cottage is the Grand Floridian’s springtime pop-up shop that give guests the chance to buy spring-inspired treats! We just made our first Grand Cottage visit of the season, and let us tell you that it did NOT disappoint.
First up, we tried the Lemon Blueberry Whoopie Pie for $8! This treat consists of a lemon-based whoopie pie with blueberry filling and a white chocolate Grand Floridian Medallion.
Next up, we tried the Milk Chocolate Bunny With M&Ms for $7!
This treat is a hollow milk chocolate bunny filled with colorful M&Ms.
Last but not least, we tried the Confetti Cake Lamb Pop for $9.50! This is a lamb-shaped confetti cake pop with a dehydrated marshmallow coating.
Along with the Grand Cottage, a lovely Grand Floridian tradition has returned to the Resort: the Grand Floridian Chocolate Easter Eggs display!
Believe me, these Easter Eggs are like none you’ve ever seen, and are well worth a visit to the Resort!
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Treats are springing up at Contempo Cafe, where we tried the Peanut Butter Egg for $5.29.
These are chocolate-coated peanut butter bites in the shape of an egg.
Next we tried the Spring Bunny Tart for $5.49.
This is honey pastry cream topped with lemon curd and strawberry chantilly cream.
While you’re there, don’t miss the chance to see the INCREDIBLE Easter Egg display at the Contemporary!
Each egg is hand-crafted with edible ingredients, including various forms of chocolate. Every single egg could take anywhere from three to four weeks to complete and altogether they weigh a combined total of over 200 pounds — that’s a lot of chocolate!
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
For the $25.99 price tag, though, you’ll definitely want to check out our review first.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Available at Pineapple Lanai is the Easter Soft-Serve for $4.99.
It’s pink vanilla soft-serve with toasted marshmallow flavors and topped with Easter sprinkles.
Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
The TOO-CUTE Thumper Carrot Cake features cream cheese frosting sandwiched between two carrot cakes.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
Meet the Carrot Cake Cheesecake Tart which has Carrot Cake in a pie shell on the bottom and then Pineapple and Vanilla Cheesecake on top. It’s like our favorite snacks — carrot cake, pie, AND cheesecake — have been combined into one treat!
Find it at The Mara for $6.99.
Custom Easter Baskets
Several merchandise locations at Disney World Resort hotels are offering Customizable Easter Baskets! There are some pre-made baskets available, or create your own! There are bigger options available made with large baskets and stuffed with toys, or you can get a smaller set with items like coffee mugs, candy, and plushes.
You’ll need to fill out one of the forms and Disney will take care of the rest.
You can even have your Easter Basket delivered by one of their Easter “Bunnies” early on Easter Sunday if you order your basket at the Resort at which you’re staying. It’s a great way to still participate in the Easter fun even if you didn’t pack any festive items in your suitcase.
It’s officially spring at Disneyland, which means one of our favorite treats EVER is now available at Candy Palace. We’ll give you some hints… ready? Okay, it’s super sweet and chocolatey, handmade, and the PERFECT Easter basket filler. Have you guessed it yet?