But if flaky pastries aren’t your thing, there’s another Cheshire Cat-inspired treat you can grab in Disney World right now! As a bonus — you don’t even need a park ticket to order it. But can it beat the Cat Tail?? Let’s find out!
Here at DFB, we try A LOT of new food (it is in our name, after all!).
We recently tried a Berries and Cream Churro (don’t worry, we were confused too) in Disneyland, two new Starbucks items in Disney World, and some new menu items at Skipper Canteen in Magic Kingdom, and today, we’re trying a new treat!
There are a lot of ways to celebrate the mom in your life in Disney World right now!
Disney Springs is hosting some limited-time offerings with photo-ops and a special mailbox to send your mom a note, and — one of our favorite ways to celebrate, you ask? Well, FOOD of course! And, Disney has A LOT of ’em! So far, we’ve tried a ROSE-SCENTED cupcake, a dessert trio, a donut LOADED with frosting, and more. And, now we’re headed to Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa to try out a returning treat that features CHAMPAGNE!
April is over and to quote Mickey, “OH, BOY!” It was certainly a busy month in Disney World — at least when it comes to eating and drinking (something that we LOVE to do!).
With festive treats to celebrate Easter and Halfway to Halloween to price increases on several iconic snacks, there was already a lot to keep track of. But then Disney surprised us and opened up a BRAND NEW restaurant in EPCOT, Connections Cafe and Eatery. We’ve got a lot of menu updates to cover — so let’s get right to it!
Would we even be DFB if we weren’t trying new foods in Disney World all the time??
We’re here to take a look back at the BEST and the WORST things we ate in the month of April in Disney World, and that includes items from a new restaurant in EPCOT as well as a new ice cream shop in Disney Springs! Read all our reviews here.
Do you have a favorite Disney World hotel?
Do you love the tropical theming of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort? Maybe you prefer the beachy vibe at Disney’s Beach Club Resort? Or maybe you feel like they just can’t beat the fun retro vibes of Disney’s Pop Century Resort? Things are constantly changing at the resorts (just like at the parks!), so we constantly visit all the hotels to keep you updated!
It’s April, which means it’s the season of bunnies, eggs, and lots of sweet treats!
Disney World has been hard at work releasing new Easter treats, and we’ve already tried some chocolatey bunny bark, strawberry marshmallow cream, and even bunny butt cheesecake (yes, really). Now it’s time for two more Easter treats, and they couldn’t be more different!
Sometimes it’s fun to get out of our comfort zone and try new foods in Disney World, even if the flavor combination sounds bizarre — like with the 50th Celebration Cone, made with Dole Whip lemon and cookie dough soft serve (which oddly works!).
But still, not every Disney World dish or flavor combo works, and we’ve compiled a list of the best and worst foods we tried in March! Here’s what you might want to add to your next Disney World food list — and what you might not.
Wow, can you believe it’s already April?
So much has happened at Disney World since the beginning of the year as things begin to return to normal at the resort. We’ve had some good news about the return of the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review, the Festival of Fantasy parade has already returned, Fantasmic! will reopen sometime this year, ALL of Disney World’s hotels have reopened, and most of Disney World’s restaurants have reopened or have reopening dates. We’re also still seeing a lot of menu updates at Disney World restaurants!
When’s the last time you stayed in a Disney World hotel?!
Disney World hotels are almost like theme parks themselves — they have a ton of activities, entertainment, great food, and shopping! That’s why we visit the hotels often to check and see what’s new at each one. So let’s get on with the updates.