Walt Disney World is always so festive that even the classic confections receive seasonal makeovers.
It’s no secret that a Disney World vacation costs A LOT of money! There’s the cost of the hotel room, theme park tickets, food, and all the other little things that add up. And of course the kiddos (and grownups) will want souvenirs, leaving you to wonder: How can I make everyone happy and not break the bank on souvenirs?
Believe it or not there are FREE — yes, FREE — goodies all around Disney World that not only make great souvenirs, but will make kids of all ages happy! And today, our good friends at Small World Vacations are sharing their tips and tricks on how to score some FREE (and almost free or at least inexpensive) souvenirs at Walt Disney World.
That’s no Mickey Bar, that’s a Mickey Krispy! Your eyes aren’t deceiving you — Magic Kingdom just gave us the ultimate snack mash up…
A classic Mickey Krispy that looks just like a Mickey Bar, melting ice cream included.
After recovering from (over)eating for the holidays and welcoming in 2019 we headed to Magic Kingdom to see what’s new for the new year in the park.
And we were rewarded with some new treats (BIG and small), merchandise, and more. Read along to see everything we found!
Oh. My. Goodness! I have something that I have been absolutely ITCHING to share! And it’s something YOU can totally enjoy whether or not you are in Disneyland or Disney World. Because this amazing artwork by Donna Yan will help you celebrate many of YOUR favorite iconic Disney foods from your own home!
Donna Yan’s prints are, in her words, “Cute Food Art Inspired by My Travels.” And while those travels primarily take her to Disneyland, Hawaii, and Japan, Disney World frequenters will find plenty to adore here, too.
For instance, these too-cute-for-words Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bars can be appreciated on both coasts!
Same with the Dole Whip print 🙂 .
But if you EVER happen to time your trip during the return of the Peanut Butter Pretzel Gourmet Treats, then run — seriously, tout suite — to your nearest Candy Kitchen (Candy Palace and Pooh Corner in Disneyland, Trolley Treats in Disney California Adventure, and Marceline’s Confectionery in Downtown Disney). Do not pause — not even to thank me for pointing you in their direction. Just get there and grab one! [Read more…]