It’s no secret it has been hot in Central Florida this summer — and fall so far! We’ve been keeping you updated on the free water in the parks. But while we were at Animal Kingdom we found some changes to the Ice Cream and Slushie locations, and that made us feel cool, so we’re sharing them with you!
First up is perhaps the most colorful Ice Cream Truck we’ve ever seen — the Anandapur Ice Cream Truck!
The Salt and Straw ice cream moment we’ve all been waiting for at Disneyland Resort’s Downtown Disney is coming soon!
Salt & Straw, which announced it was opening a Downtown Disney location way back in April, will throw open its doors very soon, welcoming all who love small-batch ice cream in fabulously unique flavors like Honey Lavender and Black Olive Brittle & Goat Cheese. [Read more…]
Hungry Bear Restaurant at Disneyland Resort is offering a sweet treat for Halloween Time — and it combines churros and cereal! Here’s the Churro Bites Cereal Sundae!
If that sounds like an awesome combination of words, imagine how great it is in reality! These are fruity-cereal dusted churro bites, sugary glaze, a scoop of fruity ice cream, some raspberry sauce, and a smattering of fruity cereal! [Read more…]
Ample Hills Creamery at Walt Disney World’s BoardWalk Inn and Villas has a massive following, owing to some pretty spectacular ice cream and its convenient location (Yacht and Beach Club Resorts, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Epcot’s International Gateway, and the Swan and Dolphin hotels are all within walking distance!).
We’ve been enamored since our first visit just over two years ago, and we’re not too proud to admit that we still daydream about this sweet frozen treat on a pretty regular basis. :p
If you find yourself in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland at Walt Disney World, and you’re craving something unique and sweet, get yourself over to Storybook Treats because this quick service spot is playing fast and loose with some creative goodies!
Among the outstanding dining experiences in Epcot’s France Pavilion at Walt Disney World is a L’Artisan des Glaces, the pavilion’s quick service ice cream and sorbet spot.
This charming little (and we do mean little) shop used to be France’s pastry shop Boulangerie Patisserie, which was replaced, relocated, and renamed Boulangerie Patisserie Les Halles about five years ago.
But what L’Artisan des Glaces lacks in space, it more than makes up for in quality.
New Minnie Ears alert! And this time, it’s for the Disney food fans. Because if you never leave a Disney park without eating one of these…
…you’re definitely going to want to wear a pair of these!