HAPPY 50TH ANNIVERSARY to WALT DISNEY WORLD! Walt Disney World Resort first welcomed guests on October 1, 1971, and The World’s Most Magical Celebration is running for 18 MONTHS (through March 31, 2023) in honor of this magical milestone!
Of course, what’s a celebration without FOOD?! On this page, we’re gathering ALL of our reviews of the specialty eats, fun finds, and novelty items popping up around the Disney World theme parks, Disney Springs, and Resort hotels — including reviews for NEW restaurants and events — so you can easily find the treats YOU would like to enjoy to CELEBRATE Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary!
Disney has shared that “Disney chefs and mixologists have created more than 150 sips and bites full of color, whimsy, and a touch of EARidescent shimmer.” Even better… MORE treats will become available throughout the 18-month long party!!
Disney has also said that the inspirations for these once-in-a-lifetime items include recipes for Walt Disney’s personal favorite dishes, Walt Disney World Resort rides from both the past and the present, Disney Characters, and “nostalgic dishes from 1971.”
Just CLICK ON ANY OF THE LINKS BELOW to check out our reviews as they continue rolling in throughout the Celebration!
Cheers to 50 Years! — The Plaza Restaurant
W.O.W! The Cheers to 50 Years! sundae sure is something you’ve got to see to believe! We’re talking Chocolate and Vanilla Ice Cream, Brownies, Cookies, Chopped Twix bars, Pretzel Rods,Caramel Corn, and Hot Fudge along with Whipped Cream and Caramel and Strawberry Sauce. (P.S. And a cherry on top!) It’s made to serve up to FOUR guests!
If you — and, like, a bunch of your family and friends — are ready to dig in, you’ll find it at The Plaza Restaurant for $32.00.
Monte Cristo Sandwich — The Plaza Restaurant — NOTE: This dish is currently unavailable.
The Monte Cristo Sandwich is something of a nod to Disneyland, where it’s a fan favorite. The Plaza’s take is made with Deep-fried Funnel Cake Batter, Bacon, Roasted Turkey, and Provolone sprinkled with EARidescent and Powdered Sugar and served with a side of Strawberry Jam.
This main course is $20.00 at The Plaza Restaurant.
The Toad Burger — The Friar’s Nook
Well, well, well… look at what the Friar is serving: it’s The Toad Burger! (Wait… maybe it’s The Toad Burger that’s looking at YOU…) This is a brat burger served on a bun with lettuce, tomato, pickle, and American cheese, served with a side of tater tots.
This tribute to Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride is $13.49 at The Friar’s Nook.
Devil’s Chocolate Mousse Cake — The Friar’s Nook
But wait, Mr. Toad fans… there’s MORE! Only, this treat is a bit more sinister… The Devil’s Chocolate Mousse Cake is Crumbled Devil’s Food Cake, Chocolate Mousse Pudding Mix, Milk Chocolate Whipped Cream, and Chocolate Pearls. It’s all topped with a white chocolate decal with someone you may recognize if you’ve ever ridden Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride…
Find it for $7.99 at The Friar’s Nook.
The Wild Ride — The Friar’s Nook
Mr. Toad’s not done yet, though! The Wild Ride is a frozen sour apple, blue raspberry, and apple slushy topped with a black licorice wheel (to look like the wheels that were on the classic attraction, which you can still ride in Disneyland… but alas, this is as close as we’ll get these days in Walt Disney World).
You can experience this wild ride for $5.99 at The Friar’s Nook.
When Will My Life Begin Chicken and Pasta — Cinderella’s Royal Table
Cinderella’s Royal Table serves a prix-fixe meal for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. So while you won’t be able to order the signature restaurant’s 50th Anniversary dish a la carte, you can enjoy it as part of lunch or dinner: it’s the When Will My Life Begin Chicken and Pasta… and can you guess which Disney Princess inspired this entree?
That’s right! Rapunzel is the inspiration for this dish of made with Tangled Pasta, Braised Chicken, Forest and Moss Flowers, and Pine Nut Pesto served in a Frying Pan. The prix fixe lunch and dinner meal at Cinderella’s Royal Table is $62.00 per adult, and $37.00 per child (ages 3 to 9). Remember, Cinderella’s Royal Table is not offering the full character dining experience at this time, and you can read all about the current dining experience HERE.
Click HERE to see what dining inside Cinderella Castle is like during the 50th Anniversary Celebration!
Uncle Orville Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow Sundae — Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies
The Uncle Orville Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow Sundae is chocolate and vanilla soft-serve, brownie pieces, hot fudge, and whipped cream topped with red, white, and blue sprinkles served in a bathtub bowl! Uncle Orville is, of course, a character from Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress. (You’ll see him soaking in a bathtub during Act 2 of the attraction, which is set in the 1920s.)
Find Orville’s tub at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies in Tomorrowland (IF you can — it comes and goes and sells out QUICKLY!) for $17.99.
Tropical Serenade — Aloha Isle
Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room has inspired the Tropical Serenade, which is made of the famous POG juice (passion fruit, orange, and guava juice) with coconut soft serve, topped with a pineapple upside-down cake pop.
It’s $7.49 at Aloha Isle.
Pierre Mon Ami Float — Aloha Isle
“All the birds sing words, and the flowers croon, in the Tiki, Tiki, Tiki, Tiki, Tiki Room!” And one of those birds is PIERRE, who has been honored with the Pierre Mon Ami Float! It’s a Blueberry and Vanilla Swirled Soft-serve Pineapple Float garnished with a Red Feather
You can grab it for $6.99 at Aloha Isle.
Squid’s Revenge Drink — Be Our Guest Restaurant
Are you ready for the SQUID’S REVENGE? Frankly, we weren’t. This alcoholic beverage is a Michelada with a Salted Rim, garnished with Charred Octopus and Cucumber. (Longtime Disney fans will likely recognize that this beverage is inspired by the Giant Squid from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.) And, welp… here it is:
It’s $13.00 in addition to the prix-fixe meal served at Be Our Guest Restaurant.
The Nautilus — Be Our Guest Restaurant
For guests who wish to enjoy a nonalcoholic specialty beverage, Be Our Guest Restaurant is also serving The Nautilus! It’s a Blue Raspberry Slushy with Swedish Fish (Ha!) and a special 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Glow Cube.
This one is $15.00 in addition to the prix-fixe meal served at Be Our Guest Restaurant. (You get to keep the souvenir glow cube.)
Captain Nemo Octopus and Ned Land Sea Cake — Be Our Guest Restaurant
Be Our Guest Restaurant has also added a 20,000 Leagues-inspired option to the choices for their regular prix-fixe meal. You might select the Ned Land Sea Cake for dessert, which is a Lemon and Strawberry Shell Cake, Pistachio Microwave Cake, Chocolate Rocks, Grey Stuff (“It’s delicious!”), and Swedish Fish.
Find out why the Ned Land Sea Cake is our favorite of the Anniversary items at Be Our Guest Restaurant HERE!
Adventureland Colada — Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. Skipper Canteen
Heads up, Skippers! This non-alcoholic beverage is the Adventureland Colada: Dole Whip Pineapple is blended with Coconut Cream and Passion Fruit. The drink is also garnished with a slice of pineapple.
This sip is $9.00 at Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. Skipper Canteen.
Pressed Penny Silk Pie — Casey’s Corner
The Pressed Penny Silk Pie is made with a Chocolate Tart Shell and a Silky Chocolate Filling, topped with Sweet Whipped Cream and a Chocolate-Pressed Penny starring none other than Mickey as Steamboat Willie!
It’s $6.49 at Casey’s Corner.
50th Celebration Hot Dog — Casey’s Corner
The 50th Celebration Hot Dog is a lil’ savory AND a lil’ sweet… and entirely unexpected. It’s an All Beef Hot Dog topped with Strawberry Bacon Jam, Crisp Funnel Cake Pieces, and Powdered Sugar.
For $11.99, you can try it at Casey’s Corner.
Hare March Foolish Tea — Cheshire Cafe
The Hare March Foolish Tea has hopped into Fantasyland! It’s a Hibiscus Tea slush with whipped cream, topped with a Hare March Chocolate Coin.
This “Foolish” drink is at Cheshire Cafe for $5.99.
All Mixed Up Slushy — Cheshire Cafe
It’s truly a “Mad Tea Party” with the All Mixed Up Slushy! It’s a strawberry tea slushy topped with whipped cream and sprinkles.
This strawberry sip is at Cheshire Cafe for $5.99.
Magic Kingdom Club Éclair — Cheshire Cafe
If’ you’ve ever dreamed of holding the KEY to Magic Kingdom, pick up the Magic Kingdom Club Éclair! This photogenic pastry is made with Strawberry Curd Filling and Whipped Key Lime Panna Cotta topped with a Chocolate Magic Kingdom Club Key.
“If You Had Wings” Chicken Strips — The Lunching Pad
A nod to a bygone Tomorrowland attraction, the “If You Had Wings” Chicken Strips are Caribbean jerk chicken strips served with a side of Lays potato chips or a Cuties mandarin orange.
Blast off the The Lunching Pad where you’ll find this meal for $10.79.
50th Celebration Spring Rolls — Spring Roll Cart
One of our favorite savory snacks spots in Magic Kingdom is serving up 50th Celebration Springs Rolls! They are filled with Pastrami and Pepper Jack Cheese and served with a Mustard Dipping Sauce.
You’ll find them at the Spring Roll Cart just before the entrance to Adventureland, and it’s $9.50 for two Rolls (which you can also mix and match with the other featured Spring Roll flavor, if you wish).
Snow White Cone — Storybook Treats
The colors of the Snow White Cone are a tribute to Walt Disney’s original Princess! A blue cone is filled with DOLE Whip lemon and topped with a chocolate bird and sugar bow.
It’s at Storybook Treats for $6.49.
Heigh-Ho Sundae — Storybook Treats
“Heigh-HOOOOOOOO!” The Heigh-Ho Sundae serves up chocolate soft-serve, hot fudge, graham cracker pieces, chocolate gems, and whipped cream. Those colorful gems make it look like the inside of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train!
It’s also at Storybook Treats for $6.99.
Seven Dwarfs Specialty Cone — Storybook Treats
If you’re feeling Grumpy, we may have found just the thing to cheer you up: the Seven Dwarfs Specialty Cone features cranberry-vanilla soft-serve ice cream in a cone decorated with a chocolate belt buckle and a chocolate Grumpy!
Grumpy, in fact, is joined by all SIX other Dwarfs!
You see, a different Dwarf’s Cone will be featured in a rotating fashion at Storybook Treats, so you never know who you’ll find: Grumpy, Happy, Doc, Sleepy, Sneezy, Dopey, or Bashful may be available through these themed cones during YOUR visit!
Find them at Storybook Treats for $5.99.
EARidescent Nugget Churro — Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
Well, here’s the thing about the EARidescent Nugget Churro dish… These are basically the same mini churros Pecos Bill typically serves, so there’s nothing especially unique about them — even the “EARidescent” sugar looks like… well, SUGAR.
But, hey, there’s nothin’ wrong with Churro bites, is there? You can find this treat at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe for $6.19.
Sun Bonnet Trio Strawberry Salad — Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
Can you hear them singing from the Country Bear Jamboree? “All the guys that turn me on turn me down…” That’s the Sun Bonnet Trio, and they now have an official 50th Anniversary dish at Pecos Bill’s!
The Sun Bonnet Trio Strawberry Salad is a Mixed Green Salad with Strawberries, Tomato, Red Onion, and Edible Flowers for a healthier take on a 50th Anniversary treat.
You can get it on its own for $9.99 or add chicken or pork to it for $11.49 total at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe!
Teddie Berra’s Swingin’ Shortcake — Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
For another Country Bears tribute, Teddie Berra’s Swingin’ Shortcake is a Peach and Raspberry Truffle with Crumbled Cake, Strawberry Pearls, and Flowers.
Rustle one up for $5.99 at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe.
Bear Tracks Slush — Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
The Bear Tracks Slush is a Barq’s Root Beer and Vanilla Slush topped with Whipped Cream, Chocolate, and Peanut Butter Pieces. And, umm… well, we have some thoughts about it, that’s for sure…
You’ll find it for $5.99 at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe.
Berbere Chickpea Flatbread — Pinocchio Village Haus
While Pinocchio is always serving the expected Pepperoni, Cheese, and Margherita Flatbreads, the unexpected Berbere Chickpea Flatbread is a unique offering for the Anniversary. (We’ve found that the Village Haus is serving up limited time Flatbreads on a rotating basis throughout the Celebration, which has included the previously available Croque Monsieur Flatbread.) This flatbread is topped with Spiced Hummus, Tomato, and Red Onion drizzled with Coriander-Chutney Dressing. WHAAAT?
Grab it at Pinocchio Village Haus for $12.29.
Brazil Nut Cake — Pinocchio Village Haus
The Brazil Nut Cake — a Coffee-Brazilian Nut Cake, featuring Flavors of Brazil with Passion Fruit Curd and Milk Chocolate Mousse — is charmingly themed to “it’s a small world” and with its white chocolate disk on top.
Find it at Pinocchio Village Haus for $6.19... and enjoy it as you watch the boats from “it’s a small world” float by! (You can see them from the upper floor windows of the Haus!)
Pluto Dome Cake — Gaston’s Tavern
Gaston proudly presents the 50th Anniversary Pluto Dome Cake (and we’re sure he’ll tell you it’s great!) 😉 ! This celebratory treat is a gluten-friendly peanut butter mousse with a chocolate ganache center on top of a chocolate flourless cake
Gaston’s Tavern is serving this Dome for $8.29.
Sparkling Sunshine — Sunshine Tree Terrace
The Sparkling Sunshine is a sip made with Sparkling Apple Cider and Orange Cream Soft Serve with EARidescent Sugar.
The Sparkling Sunshine is $6.99 at Sunshine Tree Terrace.
Doom Berry — Sleepy Hollow Refreshments
The 999 Happy Haunts from the Haunted Mansion want to celebrate the Anniversary, too… hence, the Doom Berry! A nod to the Mansion’s Doom Buggies, this non-alcoholic drink is made of Blackberry Ginger Beer with EARidescence Sugar and is meant to be served with a Haunted Mansion paper straw (which you can see with the treat below).
Scare it up at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments for $4.99.
Chilling Chamber Push Pop — Sleepy Hollow Refreshments
The iconic portraits from the Haunted Mansion’s Stretching Room have mysteriously appeared on top of… cake push pops! The Chilling Chamber Push Pop is layers of cake (we received vanilla, though the menu stated chocolate) with chocolate crumbs, cherry buttercream, and dark chocolate pearls.
Our portrait friends can be found on this treat at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments for $5.49.
Happy Haunts Milkshake — Columbia Harbour House
The new Happy Haunts Milkshake is a blackberry milkshake topped with a purple chocolate-glazed doughnut covered in black sprinkles. It comes complete with that cool Haunted Mansion paper straw that was missing with the Doom Berry from Sleepy Hollow that we mentioned above.
This treat is haunting Columbia Harbour House for $7.99.
Spoon For One More — Columbia Harbour House
There’s always room for one more Haunted Mansion-themed dish with Spoon For One More: a black sourdough bread bowl filled with New England Clam Chowder!
Dig in at Columbia Harbour House for $7.49.
Mission to Mars Burger — Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe
The Mission to Mars burger is a tribute to the Mission to Mars attraction that was once in Tomorrowland. It’s a Burger topped with Bacon and Macaroni & Cheese (!!!) served on a bun dusted with Crushed Cheese-flavored Puffs and served with French Fries!
It’s available for $12.99 at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe.
Burger to the Moon — Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe
The Burger to the Moon is a plant-based option featuring an Impossible Burger with Guacamole, Tomato and Cabbage Slaw, and served with French Fries. It’s also topped with an itty bitty American flag as a moon landing tribute!
It’s $12.29, and also available at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe.
Tavern Punch and the I Can Not Tell a Lie Milkshake — Liberty Tree Tavern
Celebrate a little American history while you’re celebrating Disney history with the I Cannot Tell a Lie milkshake, which is a Vanilla and Cherry Shake garnished with a Brown Sugar-Graham Cracker Rim. You can also raise a glass of Tavern Punch (Frozen Dole Whip Lemon with Sprite).
You can find both of these non-alcoholic beverages at Liberty Tree Tavern for $9.00 each.
Pennsylvania Pot Roast — Liberty Tree Tavern
The Pennsylvania Pot Roast comes as part of the all-you-care-to-enjoy Patriot’s Platter and features a Pot Roast with Mushrooms, Pearl Onions, and Carrot in a rich Gravy.
Again, it’s included in the price of the Patriot’s Platter at Liberty Tree Tavern, which is $39.00 per adult and $21.00 per child.
Main Street Float — Plaza Ice Cream Parlor
The Main Street Float is your basic root beer poured over vanilla ice cream. But it’s amped up with whipped cream, chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, and caramel popcorn!
This totally topped treat is $7.99 at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor.
Wendell’s Bear Claw — Westward Ho
Wendell’s Bear Claw is a traditional Bear Claw pastry (as you can see by the fun shape) dipped in AND filled with chocolate and sprinkled with Hazelnuts. It’s wrapped in festive 50th Anniversary paper with opening day attraction tickets printed on it, to boot!
It’s $6.29 at Westward Ho.
Opening Day Celebration Cake — Main Street Bakery
The Opening Day Celebration Cake is a gluten-friendly chocolate cake filled with milk chocolate mousse and a strawberry center. It’s decorated with balloon sprinkles and has a chocolate piece on the end.
Find it at Main Street Bakery (Magic Kingdom’s Starbucks location) for $6.99. But maaaaaybe you’ll want to read our review first…
50th Anniversary Mickey Cinnamon Roll — Main Street Bakery
It’s hardly a celebration in Disney World without a dressed up Mickey Cinnamon Roll for the occasion!
This fella’s at Main Street Bakery for $6.79.
Dumbo Churros — Snack Carts
The Dumbo Churros are two substantially-sized churros. They’re rolled in “peanut dust” and served with chocolate dipping sauce. And how CUTE is the packaging??
Find them at snack carts around Magic Kingdom! (Specifically, we got ours at the Storybook Circus Pretzel and Churro Cart.)
Jumbo’s Surprise — Snack Carts
What’s Jumbo’s Surprise? It’s a mix of caramel popcorn and Twix candy pieces with a hidden chocolate feather for the SURPRISE!
It’s $6.75, and comes in a cute little circus-themed cup, and we found it at the Storybook Circus Pretzel and Churro Cart!
Royal 50th Churro — Snack Carts
Lords and Ladies of the (Magic) Kingdom! The Royal 50th Churros are rolled in strawberry sugar, drizzled with marshmallow cream, and topped with shimmer sprinkles. And you get a side of chocolate dipping sauce as well for the finishing touch.
You can find the Royal 50th Churros for $7.00 at the Frontierland Churro Cart.
50th Anniversary Main Street Churro — Snack Cart by Cinderella Castle
The Main Street Churro is a Disney churro rolled in cinnamon sugar, dipped in chocolate, drizzled in caramel sauce, and topped with crushed pretzels.
You’ll find it at the refreshment cart next to the Cinderella Castle for $7.25.
Golden Shooting Star — Joffrey’s Revive
You’ll find different “Celebratory Sips” at the various Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea kiosks around the Resort. In Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland, Joffrey’s Revive is serving the Golden Shooting Star, a creamy Strawberry Frappe topped with Whipped Cream and EARidescent Pink and Gold Sprinkles.
It’s $6.39 at Joffrey’s Revive.
Novelty Mickey Balloon Popcorn Bucket — Popcorn Carts
How FUN is THIS?!? The Mickey Balloon Popcorn Buckets at Magic Kingdom have been given some extra sparkle and shimmer for the occasion! They come in shimmery shades of pink, green, blue, and gold, and they are selling like hotcakes. So, if you see one?
Novelty Minnie Mouse Sipper — Snack Carts Around the Park
If you can’t get enough of the Disney Characters in their special Anniversary duds (I know we can’t!), keep your eyes peeled for the Minnie Mouse Souvenir Sipper! The ever-fashionable Minnie is all dressed up in her 50th anniversary outfit, with EARidescent colors of blue and purple and gold trim, complete with her gold bow.
We love you, Minnie! And so does everybody else, because this item sold out quickly on October 1st, the opening day of the celebration. But we are keeping an eye our for her grand return! If you spot the Minnie Mouse Sipper, she’s $15.00 at snack carts around the park.
La Creperie de Paris — A New Restaurant
The brand new Table Service restaurant, La Crêperie de Paris, opened on October 1st in EPCOT’s France pavilion along with the also newly open Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure attraction! The spot also offers a quick service component: Crêpes À Emporter at La Crêperie de Paris serving tasty crêpes on-the-go.
50th Anniversary Celebration Fiesta Pyramid — San Angel Inn
The 50th Anniversary Celebration Fiesta Pyramid just LOOKS like a party, doesn’t it?! The pyramid is made of a hard chocolate shell and decorated with a multi-colored EARidescent shimmer. And inside? You’ll find a mix of Mexican mousse and toffee… IF you work up the nerve to break this beautiful thing open! It’s all served atop a traditional tres leches cake and accompanied by scoops of ice cream.
This particular Fiesta is a whopping $34.00 at San Angel Inn in EPCOT’s Mexico pavilion.
7-Layer Cake — Italy Pavilion
The colorful 7-Layer Cake is topped with dark chocolate ganache and gold sprinkles featuring flavors of almond, raspberry and dark chocolate. (Nope. You’re not wrong; the 7-Layer Cake is not made with 7 layers, but what can you do?)
50th Celebration Cupcake with Werther’s Original Caramel — Karamell-Küche
The delicious Salted Caramel Cupcake has received a 50th Anniversary touch with a chocolate coin and celebration sprinkles. This cupcake is made of a dark chocolate cake with salted caramel buttercream frosting on top with a drizzle of caramel.
It’s $6.29 at Karamell-Küche in the Germany pavilion.
Mini Chocolate Bundt Cake — Sunshine Seasons
The Mini Chocolate Bundt Cake is covered in chocolate ganache and filled with chocolate mousse. On top you’ll find sprinkles and icing dusted with EARidescent shimmer, as well as a 50th Anniversary garnish made of chocolate. (Yep, this one’s for YOU, chocoholics!)
It’s at Sunshine Seasons for $5.49.
Lemon Chiffon Cake — Sunshine Seasons
The Lemon Chiffon Cake features spring flavors with a Lemon Chiffon Cake with Blueberry Mousse. Don’t you love how it’s plated?
This one’s also at Sunshine Seasons for $5.49.
Remy “Cheese” Cake — Sunshine Seasons
The Remy “Cheese” Cake is not one of the official 50th Anniversary treats, but since the new Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure attraction made its official debut on October 1st as part of the festivities, we’re including it here. Plus, how could we not share this picture of this completely adorable twist on a classic cheesecake?!
This super cute cake is $5.49 at Sunshine Seasons.
Boba Blue Magic — Nine Dragons
The Boba Blue Magic features House-made Butterfly Pea Flower Ice Cream and Blue Lychee Jelly topped with Creamy Milk Cap, Blueberry Popping Boba, Crunchy Toffee, and a Fortune Cookie!
This pretty dessert is available for $10.50 at Nine Dragons Restaurant.
Golden Stardust — Joffrey’s Kiosks in EPCOT
You’ll find different “Celebratory Sips” at the various Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea kiosks around the Resort. For instance, the Joffrey’s kiosk at The American Adventure pavilion is serving up the Golden Stardust, a frappe made with Wild Berry Acai topped with Whipped Cream and EARidescent Blue and Gold Sprinkles.
This refreshing sip is $6.39.
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Hand-Dipped 50th Celebration Mickey’s Premium Bar — Drinkwallah
The Hand-Dipped 50th Celebration Mickey’s Premium Bar takes Disney World’s single most iconic snack and dips it in a blue raspberry-flavored coating with celebration sprinkles and pixie dust!
You can get this fun snack at Drinkwallah for $6.99.
KiteTails Sundae — Anandapur Ice Cream Truck
Now, the KiteTails Sundae isn’t one of the official Anniversary treats, but we’re giving it a nod here because the new Disney KiteTails show made its official debut on October 1st as part of the Anniversary festivities! This treat is made with strawberry and lemon-flavored soft-serve swirled together and topped with a white chocolate medallion. (Our medallion, as you can see, featured King Louie, one of the high-flying stars of the show!)
If you’re obsessed with KiteTails (or tasty ice cream treats!), click here for our Kitetails Sundae review!
Smoked Meatloaf Platter — Flame Tree Barbecue
I know… the first thing you think when it comes to celebratory eats is meatloaf, right?! Wait, No? Well, the Smoked Meatloaf Platter may just change your mind. The platter is supposed to include barbecue-glazed house-smoked meatloaf, garlic bread, fries, baked beans, and coleslaw. We received sides of fries, macaroni and cheese, and chili. (Not sure what happened there, but we’re not complaining!!)
This packed platter is $13.99 at Flame Tree Barbecue.
Not a fan of meatloaf, you say? Click here to see why you might change your tune with the Smoked Meatloaf Platter.
EARidescent Firefly — Flame Tree Barbecue
The non-alcoholic drink called the EARidescent Firefly is made with pineapple juice, Powerade Mountain Berry Blast, and a splash of Sprite, and it’s garnished with pineapple “ears” (Awww!!). AND it comes with a glow cube.
Flame Tree Barbecue has it for $8.49.
50th Celebration Ice Cream Sandwich — Dino-Bite Snacks
The 50th Celebration Ice Cream Sandwich is the latest take on the classic ice cream sammie! Vanilla Ice Cream is sandwiched between two House-Made Double Chocolate Chip Cookies, dunked in glittery Celebration Sprinkles and topped with a 50th Anniversary Medallion.
Try it for $7.29 at Dino-Bite Snacks (which, BTW, always has the best twists on Ice Cream Sandwiches in Disney World)!
Colossal Mickey Cinnamon Roll — Creature Comforts
The Colossal Mickey Cinnamon Roll has received a colorful bright blue icing makeover!
While we think there are more exciting options (like the ones we’ll discuss below), you can snag this one for $7.49 at Creature Comforts.
50th Celebration Mickey Mouse Dome — Creature Comforts
The 50th Celebration Mickey Mouse Dome is made with a “chocolate brownie base with gold-dusted chocolate sprinkles, and birthday cake-flavored mousse with gold-dusted Mickey ears and a gold-dusted 50th Anniversary medallion.”
It’s $6.29 at Creature Comforts.
50th Celebration Cupcake — Creature Comforts
Of course, you can’t go wrong with a cupcake, can you? The 50th Celebration Cupcake is a lemon-filled lemon cupcake with vanilla frosting. Plus, there’s a charming Mickey and 50th medallion on top!
It’s also $6.29 at Creature Comforts.
Firefly Margarita — Dawa Bar, Nomad Lounge, Thirsty River Bar
The Firefly Margarita is made with Casamigos Reposado Tequila, ancho reyes liqueur, lime juice, simple syrup, and pineapple juice. And we’ve gotta give you fair warning: this thing packs a PUNCH!
50th Celebration Chocolate Gateaux — Tiffins
This dessert option is $15.00.
50th Celebration Honey-Chili Glazed Pork Belly — Tiffins and Nomad Lounge
The flavorful 50th Celebration Honey-Chili Glazed Pork Belly is served with Chorizo and Midnight Moon Cheese Biscuit, along with a Quail Egg and Tasso Gravy.
Corn Chip Pie with Walt’s Chili — Dino Diner
For a more traditional chili taste, how about enjoying Walt Disney’s own favorite recipe? In fact, how about enjoying your serving in a Corn Chip Pie? It’s served up on a pile of Corn Chips (of course!) with cheddar cheese, green onions, sour cream, and jalapenos!
You can dig some up at Dino Diner for $8.49.
Click HERE to find out where Corn Chip Pie ranks among ALL of the 50th Anniversary treats in Animal Kingdom!
50th Anniversary Celebration Milk Shake — Restaurantosaurus
Head on over to DinoLand, U.S.A. to grab the 50th Anniversary Celebration Milk Shake! This serious shake is a vanilla milkshake with strawberry syrup, a buttercream rim, whipped cream topping, and a sugar cookie coated with crunchy bits of fruit-flaked cereal. (Pebbles, my friends!)
This hunka, hunka Milk Shake is $8.99 at Restaurantosaurus.
Firefly Appletini — Restaurantosaurus Lounge
The Firefly Appletini joins the Firefly cocktail lineup in the park, and it’s made with Stolichnaya Vodka, DeKuyper Pucker Sour Apple Liqueur, sweet-and-sour, lime juice, and a sugar rim, and it’s served with a glow cube.
This, umm… teeny Appletini is $16.00. You’ll find it at Restaurantosaurus Lounge. But should you?
Click HERE to see our review of the Firefly Appletini (and learn why we don’t necessarily recommend it).
Scar’s Lair and Lion’s Lair — Tamu Tamu Refreshments
The Lion’s Lair features Dole Whip Pineapple topped with a sour-apple flavored syrup and Parrot Bay Coconut Rum. It can also be purchased without the rum as Scar’s Lair.
The Lion’s Lair is $11.00, while Scar’s Lair is $5.99 at Tamu Tamu Refreshments.
50th Celebration Rainbow Popcorn and Chili-Lime Caramel Corn Mix — Popcorn Cart Outside of “Disney KiteTails” Entrance
The 50th Celebration Rainbow Popcorn and Chili-Lime Caramel Corn Mix have two things in common: they are both bright and colorful, and they both come in a new Popcorn Bucket inspired by the new daytime show in the park, Disney KiteTails! But the taste of each is quite different…
Each Popcorn Mix is $12.00 and includes the souvenir Popcorn Bucket. We found it at the Popcorn Cart outside of the entrance to Disney KiteTails.
Golden Savannah — Joffrey’s Entrance Kiosk and Royal Anandapur Tea Company
You’ll find different “Celebratory Sips” at the various Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea kiosks around the Resort. In Animal Kingdom, for instance, Matcha fans can find the Golden Savannah. It’s a Frozen Matcha Frappe topped with Whipped Cream and EARidescent Green and Gold Sprinkles.
You’ll find it at the Joffrey’s Entrance kiosk in front of the park and Royal Anandapur Tea Company for $6.39.
50th Anniversary Birthday Muffin — Snack Carts Around the Park
Even a grab-and-go breakfast item has received a little 50th Anniversary touch in Disney’s Animal Kingdom: BEHOLD the 50th Anniversary Birthday Muffin! It’s… well, it’s your basic House-Made Blueberry Muffin with a surprise addition of colorful sprinkles.
Hey, why not, right? It’s $4.25 at snack carts around the parks (primarily in the morning hours).
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Glimmer And Shimmer Blondie — Backlot Express and Fairfax Fare
Glimmer and Shimmer Funnel Cake — Epic Eats
The Glimmer and Shimmer Funnel Cake is a classic funnel cake with a 50th Anniversary twist. It’s topped with cookies crumbles, soft-serve vanilla ice cream, golden cookies, and sprinkles.
Pick one up at Epic Eats for $8.49.
Glimmer And Shimmer Churro — Hollywood Studios Snack Cart
The Glimmer and Shimmer Churro has also hit the Hollywood scene! It’s a regular churro topped with vanilla frosting, gold glitter, and sprinkles.
We found it at the snack cart near Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway for $7.00.
Glimmer And Shimmer Pineapple Mousse — The Trolley Car Cafe
The Glimmer and Shimmer Pineapple Mousse places golden pineapple mousse on a toasted coconut crisp with caramel cream and matcha sponge cake.
Find it at The Trolley Car Cafe for $5.49.
Glimmer And Shimmer Early Grey Cupcake — The Trolley Car Cafe
Oh, we’re not done glimmering OR shimmering just yet! The Glimmer and Shimmer Earl Grey Cupcake arrived in November 2022, and tops an Earl Grey cupcake with orange buttercream frosting, celebratory shimmery sprinkles, and a 50th chocolate coin.
This unique treat is shimmering at The Trolley Car Cafe for $5.99.
50th Celebration Baked Alaska — The Hollywood Brown Derby
Check out the 50th Celebration Baked Alaska! This lovely dessert features Layers of Strawberry-Basil Sorbet, Vanilla Gelato, and Sponge Cake coated in Toasted Meringue and Caramelized Brownie Bites.
This dish is also at The Hollywood Brown Derby for $12.00.
Chocolate Mousse — ABC Commissary
There’s more to the Chocolate Mousse than the simple name implies. It’s a raspberry-dark chocolate mousse, chocolate-almond cake, and a layer of hazelnut crunch and whipped chocolate-hazelnut cheesecake.
You’ll find it at ABC Commissary for $5.79.
Shimmer Over the Moon — Several Locations
The Shimmer Over the Moon cocktail is in keeping with the glitzy treats at Hollywood Studios; it practically GLOWS! It’s made with Ole Smoky Apple Pie Moonshine, Amaretto, Falernum Syrup, Pineapple Juice, and Club Soda, and served with a Souvenir Glow Cube. It’s got a bit of a kick to it, too!
Caramel Apple Tart — ABC Commissary
If you’d like to enjoy some fall flavors along with your Anniversary treat, consider the Caramel Apple Tart! It’s made with spiced caramel-cheesecake mousse apple dusted in gold atop a cinnamon-apple tart.
This is also at ABC Commissary for $5.49.
50th Celebration Sandwich Cookie — Rosie’s All-American Cafe
The 50th Celebration Sandwich Cookie features strawberry jam and peanut butter-chocolate fudge on a pretzel shortbread cookie. The charming fondant piece features a film reel of nostalgic highlights we remember from the years in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, including the MGM Water Tower, the Sorcerer Mickey’s Hat, and the Hollywood Tower Hotel.
You can drop $5.29 on it at Rosie’s All-American Cafe, if you reeeeaaaalllly want to…
Golden Age — Joffrey’s Kiosks in Disney’s Hollywood Studios
You’ll find different “Celebratory Sips” at the various Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea kiosks around the Resort. In Disney’s Hollywood Studios, they’re serving up the Golden Age, a creamy Passion Fruit Frappe topped with Whipped Cream and EARidescent Yellow and Gold Sprinkles.
It’s $6.39 at the Joffrey’s kiosks in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, like the one just outside of Tower of Terror and the one on Pixar Place.
EARidescent Cotton Candy — Popcorn and Snack Carts
The EARidescent Cotton Candy is a mix of the classic pink and blue Cotton Candy spun together to form a beautiful lavender.
Find it all around the park at snack carts!
50th Celebration Petit Cake — Amorette’s Patisserie
The 50th Celebration Petit Cake is a Vanilla Chiffon Cake with Celebration Blue Mousse, Blueberry Jam, and Lemon Curd. The geode effect decorating the top is seriously stunning.
This lovely cake-meets-work-of-art is $22.00 at Amorette’s Patisserie.
The Pigñata — Frontera Cocina
HOW CUTE is the Pigñata?!? This shareable dessert is a chocolate shell filled with cajeta mousse, tender cake infused with Abasolo whiskey and vanilla, and a crumble made with chipotle bacon, candied orange, and Maria cookies.
Find this little piggy at Frontera Cocina for $28.00.
Blueberry Shimmer Bellini — Coca-Cola Store Rooftop Beverage Bar
The Blueberry Shimmer Bellini — made with Blueberry and Pomegranate flavored AHA Sparkling Water, Elderflower Liqueur, Sparkling Rosé, and Lemon Juice — truly does shimmer!
Enjoy it with a view at the Coca-Cola Store Rooftop Beverage Bar for $14.97.
Nifty Fifty Donut — Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew
The Nifty Fifty Donut features Lavender-colored Vanilla Icing. The finishing touches are Buttercream Frosting and an edible “50 Sweet!” paper disk. And, um… a few million SPRINKLES!!!
Find it at Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew for $5.50.
1971 Brownie — Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC
The 1971 Brownie is a chocolate brownie covered in a colorful blue and purple icing with a 50 written in yellow icing on the top. And, it’s gluten free and vegan, like all of the treats at Erin McKenna’s.
It’s $8.00 at Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC.
Golden Jubilee — Vivoli il Gelato
Talk about INDULGENCE… the Golden Jubilee is a Gelato Shake made with white chocolate hazelnut with a waffle cone, caramel sauce, and whipped cream. Are you wondering where the gold is? It’s in the sprinkles, which are 23k edible gold sprinkles!
It costs a whopping $25.00 and you’ll find it at Vivoli il Gelato!
50th Anniversary Latte Art — Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company at Disney Springs
Dress up your COFFEE with the 50th Anniversary logo! You can opt to add this special Latte Art to a hot beverage in Disney Springs!
This fun touch can be added to lattes, cappuccinos, and nitro brews for an additional fifty cents at the full storefront for Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company in Disney Springs!
50th Anniversary Gourmet Chocolates — The Ganachery
Chocolate lovers can’t miss an Anniversary stop at Disney Springs’ own gourmet chocolate shop for the 50th Celebration Chocolate Ganache Box, featuring a Celebration Cake Ganache Square and a classic Milk Chocolate Ganache Square.
The 50th Celebration Bundle includes the above box and a Milk Chocolate Bar with caramel.
The Bundle is $22.00, and you can find it all at The Ganachery.
Disney Water Parks
EARidescent Ice Dream Cone — Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon
The EARidescent Ice Dream Cone is the Disney Water Parks’ contribution to the celebration treats. It’s a birthday cake-flavored soft-serve swirl in a white chocolate-dipped cone with EARidescent sprinkles.
All Around Walt Disney World
The EARidescent Sip-a-bration is a non-alcoholic beverage made with Minute Maid Premium Lemonade and fruity strawberry punch, and served in a souvenir 50th Celebration Cup. A “surprise Character” (ours was Mickey, as you can see…) creates a special effect for the drink!
As you can also see, Mickey turns the drink red, while Minnie turns the drink blue, Pluto turns the drink yellow, and Donald turns the drink green!
The EARidescent Sip-a-bration is $10.00, and while we tried it at Steakhouse 71, this concoction is being served at select Table Service restaurants, lounges, and pool bars all over Disney World!
EARidescent Confectionery Classics
Many Disney confectionery classics — like the Mickey Krispie Treat you see here — have been given an EARidescent makeover!
Magical Beacon Cocktail
The Magical Beacon Cocktail is made with two staple cocktail ingredients in Disney World: Blue Curacao and a Souvenir Glow Cube 😉 ! Oh, yeah… it also includes Gin, Minute Maid Premium Lemonade, Orgeat (Almond) Syrup, Lemon, and Hibiscus Grenadine.
This nod to the nightly transformation of the park icons into “Beacons of Magic“ is $17.00. Like the EARidescent Sip-a-Bration, it’s being served at select Table Service restaurants, lounges, and pool bars all over Disney World!
50th Anniversary Celebration Popcorn
The 50th Anniversary Celebration Popcorn is colored to match the Anniversary’s EARidescent color scheme, with bright colors of blue, purple, and pink. It’s closed with a gold ribbon and sports the 50th logo and our pal Mickey on the front.
You can get a package of 8 oz for $6.99 at merchandise locations like Magic Kingdom’s Emporium, EPCOT’s Creations Shop, and World of Disney in Disney Springs.
Joffrey’s 50th Anniversary Coffee Blend
You may recognize Joffrey’s from spotting the Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea kiosks serving specialty beverages all around Walt Disney World. But you can also purchase Joffrey’s Coffee by the bag to enjoy at home. And we’ve spotted the Joffrey’s 50th Anniversary Coffee Blend available at merchandise locations like Magic Kingdom’s Emporium, featuring notes of blueberry, black cherry, and a hint of lemon in the dark blend.
The 11 ounce bag is $13.99. Check major merchandise locations around Disney World (such as Creations Shop in EPCOT and Discovery Trading Company in Animal Kingdom), as well as the Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company storefront in Disney Springs.
Oh, and guests staying at select Disney World Resort hotels will be able to try the blend, as it will be provided as an option with the coffee makers in the hotel rooms at Resorts where coffee makers are found in the room!
50th Anniversary Disney Popcorn Boxes
Look what POPPED up at Popcorn Carts all around the parks: a 50th Anniversary Popcorn Box!
Boxes of Popcorn are $5.50 at most Popcorn Carts.
Novelty Item — 50th Anniversary Disney Refillable Popcorn Bucket
Of course, if you eat as much popcorn as we do 😉 , you’ll definitely want to consider the 50th Anniversary Refillable Popcorn Bucket! All around, you’ll find Disney characters decked out in their 50th Anniversary celebration outfits! Mickey and Minnie Mouse are in a Mad Tea Party Teacup with Dumbo flying overhead. We also spotted Orange Bird, Figment, Goofy, Donald Duck, and more!
As is the case with all Standard Refillable Popcorn Buckets, it’s $13.00 for the bucket (which comes full of popcorn) and $2.25 for refills. This once-in-a-lifetime Bucket will be available at Popcorn Carts in the theme parks starting October 1st!
Novelty Item — 50th Anniversary Premium Mickey Mouse Popcorn Bucket
Of course, you can’t let the BIG celebration pass without a PREMIUM Popcorn Bucket starring the Main Mouse — MICKEY!!
The new 50th Anniversary Mickey Mouse popcorn bucket is $18, and there’s a limit of two buckets per guest. Popcorn refills are $2 with the bucket. We’ve spotted him at Popcorn Carts in all four parks!
Novelty Item — 50th Anniversary Disney Skyliner Popcorn Bucket
We’ve spotted the 50th Anniversary Disney Skyliner Popcorn Bucket in EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios (which is perfectly fitting, since this unique mode of transportation connects these two parks — AND several Disney Resorts!)
HOW FUN is this?! You can find it at select Popcorn Carts for $19.00.
Giant 50th Anniversary Lollipops
You won’t to look too hard for the GIANT 50th Anniversary Lollipops in Disney World. Why is that? Because these POUND-AND-A-HALF Lollipops are pretty easy to spot due to their size!
Oh, MY! This $30.00 pink, blue, and gold Tutti Frutti treat features Disney pals in their special Celebration Costumes on the packaging.
Disney World Resort Hotels
50th Anniversary Refillable Resort Mugs
Actually, they’ve received MORE than one makeover…
Disney’s Art of Animation, Pop Century, and All-Star Resorts
You’ll find the THREE Anniversary items at Landscape of Flavors in Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Everything POP! at Pop Century Resort, World Premiere Food Court at All-Star Movies, and Intermission Food Court at All-Star Music. Let’s dig in first to Walt Disney’s Favorite Chili in a Bread Boule!
A hearty meat-and-bean chili inspired by Walt Disney’s favorite chili. It’s served in a bread boule and topped with cheddar cheese for $9.99.
The 50th Anniversary Dessert is a Raspberry Cheesecake with a Rose Gold Champagne-infused Glaze, all on top of an Almond Cookie. It’s a gluten friendly treat, along with being a bit of a stunner!
The 50th Anniversary Dessert is $5.99.
The 50th Anniversary Celebration Macaron features Blueberry Ganache with Lemon Gel and a Castle Print with the 50th Anniversary Logo printed one side of the macaron, which may appear on either the blue or purple side.
The Celebration Macaron is $4.49.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
The Chocolate Mousse with a cardamom financier (an almond cake) has a truly unique presentation!
It’s at The Mara for $5.79.
We also made the happy discovery of the 50th Anniversary S’mores Kit during the nightly campfire at the Arusha Savanna Outlook! The kit comes with marshmallows, graham crackers, chocolate, a 50th Anniversary Chocolate coin, and EARidescent sprinkles all wrapped up in a Disney World 50th Anniversary bag.
It’s $6.00 to spruce up your S’mores, and we imagine this kit is available at other Resort hotel evening campfires!
Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts
The Beach Club doesn’t mess around when it comes to seriously OVER-THE-TOP Milkshakes. And the Beaches & Cream Cupcake Celebration Shake is very well in keeping with that tradition thanks to Sparkly Caramel, Sprinkles, an ENTIRE SLICE of Birthday Cake, and a 50th Anniversary Chocolate Medallion on top!
WOW! It’s at the beloved Beaches & Cream Soda Shop for $15.00.
The 50th Celebration Mickey Breakfast Pastry Tart sure isn’t your typical treat! The pie-crust tart is filled with guava jelly. It’s covered in blue EARidescent icing (vanilla-flavored), drizzled with white icing, and topped with colorful, glittery sprinkles.
The 50th Celebration Tart is made with a Birthday Cake Mousse Dome on top of a Milk Chocolate Mousse-Filled Vanilla Tart Shell with Buttercream and Chocolate Decor. It’s quite pretty, don’t you think?
But you know the saying… looks aren’t everything. This one’s available for $5.79 at the The Market at Ale & Compass.
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
If you’ve REALLY got a serious sweet tooth, you can check out the 50th Celebration Cupcake made with vanilla cake, marshmallow cream, birthday cake mousse, and gold crispy pearls around the border. There’s also that now-familiar (and quite tasty, BTW!) milk chocolate 50th icon medallion on top.
This sugar rush is $6.29 at BoardWalk Bakery.
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
California Grill is currently presenting a new, special dining experience for a limited time in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort! The 3-course prix fixe menu was created to “evoke the spirit of 1971″ — the opening year of Walt Disney World (and also the opening year of the Top of the World!).
The meal costs $89 per adult (ages 10 and up) and $39 per child (ages 3-9), plus tax and gratuity. You can see the FULL MENUS for the 50th Anniversary Celebration Menu here, and you can click here to see our full review of this new event.
Steakhouse 71 is a NEW restaurant at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. The “71” is a nod to the opening year of Walt Disney World, and the restaurant itself opened on October 1, 2021 to honor the 50th Anniversary of the Resort!
Steakhouse 71 offers casual dining for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (with varying menus for each meal), and the first full meal we enjoyed there was lunch.
But the wonderful ol’ standby, Contempo Cafe, hasn’t missed out on the Anniversary fun with TWO treats including the 50th Anniversary Peanut Butter-Banana Pie. This is a sweet tart shell filled with peanut butter mousse and banana sauce, topped with chocolate glaze and chocolate décor in the form of a 50th medallion, edible glitter, and chocolate curls.
They’re also baking up the 50th Anniversary German Chocolate Cupcake: a chocolate cupcake filled with German chocolate filling topped with buttercream. You’ll even spy a chocolate Disney’s Contemporary Resort 50th Anniversary piece (further decorated with our favorite pals) and a white chocolate curl.
You can get the 50th Anniversary German Chocolate Cupcake for $6.29 at the Contempo Cafe.
If you stop by Bay View Gifts to pick up a souvenir for the 50th Anniversary, the EARidescent Mickey Krispie Treat in the confectionery case is bound to catch your eye!
It’s $5.49, and while we found it at Bay View Gifts, you may want to keep an eye out for it in confectionery cases all around Disney World!
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort
We enjoyed our very first 50th Anniversary Cupcake at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort! The 50th Anniversary Mickey EARidescent Cupcake is a Vanilla Cupcake filled with Lemon Curd topped with Blueberry Mousse and enrobed in an EARidescent Glaze.
You can find it at Gasparilla Island Grill for $6.29.
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground
Are you craving comfort food or a cupcake? Well, you don’t have to choose between the two at Fort Wilderness, where they’ve combined BOTH for their Anniversary treat! THREE cupcakes make up the “Chicken Dinner” Cupcake Trio! So, if you’ve ever found yourself wondering what a Fried Chicken Cupcake, a Peas and Carrots Cupcake, or a Mashed Potatoes Cupcake, you can find out HERE!
This super fun trio can be found at P&J’s Southern Takeout for $9.99!
And Fort Wilderness has an extra treat honoring its history as one of Disney World’s original Resorts! The Campfire S’more Cupcake. It’s a graham cracker cupcake filled with chocolate mousse and topped with Italian meringue. You’ll find Chip ‘n Dale on a white chocolate piece and that ultimate touch for a S’more… a bit of Hershey bar!
Grab it from P&J’s Southern Takeout for $6.29.
Disney’s Old Key West Resort
This particular 50th Celebration Cupcake has a hidden surprise! A Vanilla Cupcake is made with Blackberry Sauce, White Chocolate Mousse, and Vanilla Buttercream with Dark Chocolate Mickey Ears and Cocoa Butter Spray to finish. The outside is fun, for sure…
Speaking of hidden things… the hidden gem of a Table Service restaurant at Old Key West is serving up 50th Spam-Cheddar Biscuits with White Gravy and drizzled with Honey. Yes, SPAM. Because nothing celebrates the past quite like SPAM, right?
You’ll find them for $15.00 at Olivia’s Cafe.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
The Polynesian’s current take on the 50th Celebration Cupcake presents a Vanilla Cupcake with Pineapple Cream Cheese Filling topped with Pineapple Icing, a Chocolate Pineapple, and a Glitter-covered Flower.
(BTW, don’t you love the artwork on the cupcake wraps?) This perfectly Polynesian cupcake is $5.99 at Capt. Cook’s.
Or how about the Cinnamon Cupcake? It’s made with apple filling and cream cheese icing, tropical fruit salsa, and a Mickey macaron.
Find it at Kona Island, along with the 50th Anniversary Lemon Tart, which presents lemon curd in a sable tart shell with toasted meringue and fresh berries.
The Polynesian is on a Dole Whip roll (asl always), because you can find the 50th Celebration Dole Whip Pineapple here, too! You can choose either Pineapple or Lime with a 50th Anniversary Chocolate Medallion, a Parasol Umbrella (for a vacation-in-a-cup), and EARidescent Shimmer.
Pick up your pineapple at Pineapple Lanai for $5.99.
Disney’s Riviera Resort
The 50th Celebration Cupcake at Disney’s Riviera Resort is a vanilla cupcake filled with cake-flavored mousse, and topped with caramel-buttercream icing. It’s decorated with gold crisp pearls, 50th Anniversary sprinkles, and a whimsical gold Mickey.
You’ll find it for $6.29 at Le Petit Café.
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort
The Creme Brûlée Eclair is a not-so-traditional version of the classic pastry. It features Creme Brûlée Custard, Sugar Crust, Caramel Ganache, with a Milk Chocolate Disc.
It’s $5.99 at The Artist’s Palette.
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Would you look at THIS?? The Petit Stump Cake is surprisingly gorgeous! It’s made with Chocolate Cake, Birthday Cake Buttercream Filling, and is surrounded by Chocolate “Bark” Fondant, and topped with a 50th Anniversary Chocolate Coin. It’s perfectly fitting for its Wilderness Lodge home.
For $6.29, you can try it at Roaring Fork.
We hope you’ll visit this page often as we add all of our reviews from the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World Resort.
We also have our own DFB-approved List of 50 TRIED-AND-TRUE TREATS around Disney World in honor of the 50th Anniversary HERE!
And remember, Disney has shared that even MORE treats will become available throughout the 18-month long party, so STAY TUNED!!