Disney chefs don’t just create amazing food — they also often create food that are works of art!
But since we can’t just eat cake pops and chocolate bars all day long, we’ve been scoping out Disney World restaurants for Valentine’s Day dinners and specials, and lucky for us, Disney Springs is comin’ in HOT with a slew of sweet and savory specials for the holiday!
Happy New Year’s Eve! It’s the end of 2020!
We’re celebrating by trying ALL the New Year’s treats in Disney World. Cupcakes, Dole Whip floats, chocolate mousse, we’re reviewing it all, and man has today been delicious! However, during our expedition to find all the special snacks, we found one that we can’t eat, even though we really want to!
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!
Looking to add some Disney magic to your New Years celebration? Check out this recipe from the pastry chefs at Disney’s Contemporary Resort we found that will be fun for the whole family!
Spend an afternoon whipping up these no-bake granola treats with some classic ingredients, chocolate and peanut butter! [Read more…]
While we’ve already checked out the elegant holiday decor over at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort, today we found something at the Swan that combines holiday decorations and sweet treats — the resort’s incredible Santa Chocolate Display!
This time of year, it’s absolutely CRUCIAL to consume a steady stream of peppermint, in order to maintain proper holiday giddiness! Fortunately, whether it’s a GIGANTIC donut or a refreshing cocktail, Disney World has those peppermint cravings covered!
Beyond the popular snack picks, we discovered ANOTHER way to add a little peppermint to your life with this ice cream hack at Animal Kingdom!
Since we call ourselves a food blog, we have to try all kinds of snacks: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
We remember those that were rather disappointing to the eye, like the Pumpkin Spice Pretzel and the Poor Unfortunate Souls Float (the original with black raspberry soft serve). There are even a few “gross” Disney snacks that we actually recommend trying, like blue milk and Beverly, but there are always those that we don’t really understand. No matter how we feel about the snack, we usually do our best to muster up the courage to try the unique ones, and that’s exactly what we did today with a new flavor of Kit Kat!