It seems like the Disney parks are getting in the Raya spirit, too! We’ve seen an ENORMOUS sand sculpture (we’re talking 40 tons of sand, people) and some new merchandise. But now, Disney’s celebrating the release with what we do best here at DFB: food.
We’ve been showing off our excitement for the new year by eating our way through all the specialty snacks in Disney World.
We’ve been happy to try some 2021 cupcakes along with a special margarita, and we’re still keeping an eye out for as many special treats as possible! Today, we scored with a specialty New Year’s Eve dessert from Sunshine Seasons in EPCOT!
And the hats just keep comin’! That’s right! We’re back with one more Santa hat snack we just discovered at Disney World! There’s so many now, we’ve just about lost count!
Hat’s off to the newest Santa Hat dessert to hit the holiday food scene — the Chocolate Santa Mousse! We can’t wait to see what this HAT tastes like, after developing quite a fondness for Santa hats this week!
Earlier today we spotted the new Little Mermaid Cupcake flippin’ her fin at Old Key West Resort and now we’ve spotted ANOTHER ONE!
Check out the new Sorcerer Mickey Cupcake that Disney’s just conjured up — and where you can get it!
The donut cart that resides in front of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle at Disneyland is known for its incredible donut creations — and two new donuts are ready-made to celebrate the royal mouse couple.
The Mickey Mouse Donut is a yeasted donut sliced lengthwise — bagel style. [Read more…]
If you’re looking for a spot to enjoy a romantic (or, you know, just delicious) dinner at Walt Disney World on Valentine’s Day, Yachtsman Steakhouse has a special three-course menu made just for you.
Diners choosing the three-course option (the full a la carte menu is still available as well!) will select from Caesar Salad or Charred Octopus to start, followed by Chateaubriand for Two, and ending with a White and Dark Chocolate Mousse Sphere.
The Flurry of Fun at Walt Disney World’s Disney’s Hollywood Studios might as well be called Flurry of Deliciousness because with the holiday festivities also came a ton of exciting holiday treats! Believe it or not, there are so many fantastic eats and drinks that we created the DFB’s exclusive Flurry of Fun Food Checklist.
Yeah, we take our snacking pretty seriously. 😉
But now we need to break it down. Because if you’re trying to eat your way through the Disney Parks this year, you’ll have to roll yourself home. (Trust us, we know.) And that’s why you’ve got us!
We try it all (see ALL of our Flurry of Fun Reviews Here!) — so we can help you find the BEST of Hollywood Studios’ Flurry of Fun!
Egg Nog Panna Cotta
This is one Flurry of Fun treat that you don’t want to miss if you’re an egg nog fan — and believe us when we say that it was a bit of a surprise! Panna Cotta that’s not done well tends to give us milk jello vibes, and that’s not a good thing. But the Egg Nog Panna Cotta from Catalina Eddie’s was a good example of panna cotta done right.
The panna cotta itself is creamy and really carries that egg nog flavor. The tart raspberries are a phenomenal counterpart, and we also loved the bits of cranberry on top. It’s a dessert that’s both comfortable and classy. Get this!
Chocolate Chestnut Mousse
We’re celebrating 90 years with Mickey Mouse
at the parks of Walt Disney World this weekend, and what that means is lots, and lots, and lots of cake! Animal Kingdom Lodge’s quick service spot The Mara (home of our beloved Peanut Butter Brownie) is joining the party is a Happy Birthday Mickey Gateau that is way more than just a cake.
Can’t get enough Mickey-shaped treats this Halloween season? We brought you the scoop on festive fall treats available in Walt Disney World, and now we’re coming at ya with a review on this spooky, sweet treat from Trolley Car Cafe in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Need to know more about this pumpkin-inspired dessert? We’ve got you covered.
Officially named Chocolate Cake – topped with chocolate mousse and chocolate Mickey ears, this dessert consists of a mini chocolate cake topped with chocolate mousse, orange and black glaze, and chocolate Mickey ears. Anyone else feel like they missed an opportunity to call this Mickey Mousse? No, just us? 🙂
You might recall when Disneyland Resort’s Village Haus was shrouded in Beauty and the Beast details and renamed Red Rose Taverne, but what might surprise you is that the shroud remains intact! Red Rose Taverne is still very much a part of the park’s Fantasyland, and — as such — it’s also getting in the Halloween Time spirit!