We were at Goofy’s Candy Co. and stumbled (or is it fumbled?) across a snack that may make you do a little victory dance in the End Zone!
Ah, Disney World, you offer us an endless sea of tasty treats to enjoy when we visit your welcoming lands.
And today we encountered a treat we just had to try on our Disney-faring voyage! Check out our review of the new-to-us Oreo Trifle here!
Hey, everybody! It’s time for another roundup of What’s New at Animal Kingdom!
It sure was WILD celebrating the holidays at Animal Kingdom in a new way this season, but now that Christmas is over, things are starting to return to normal! Join us for a walk through the park to see what’s been happening since our last visit!
The mermaid themed dessert trend shows little sign of slowing down at Walt Disney World. We’ve seen many incarnations, including treats at Magic Kingdom’s Main Street Bakery and the BoardWalk Bakery, and we can’t forget about the mezMERizing mermaid cupcake we found earlier this year over at Disney’s Art of Animation. It was truly a work of art!
This counter service breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot offers cafe-style seating with views of the stunning Grand Floridian marina. But today we aren’t here for the views, we’re here for the new Pineapple Coconut Mermaid Tail.
It’s the holiday season, so what better time to stuff yourself with all of the fun sweets and treats available at Walt Disney World?
From Festival of the Holidays in Epcot and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party in Magic Kingdom to Flurry of Fun in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there are plenty of holiday treats and eats to enjoy. But there are also some very unique treats in Disney World’s resort hotels that you shouldn’t miss!
We paid a visit to Disney’s All-Star Music Resort today, and we have some unique, one of a kind treats to share with you (plus one old favorite!).
Yeah, it’s a lot. And whether you’re a Food and Wine pro or a newbie, navigating this massive (and massively popular!) Festival can be a little overwhelming. That’s where your old pals at the DFB come in! We’ve accumulated a lot of experience in our LOOONG relationship with Food and Wine — and we’ve assembled all of that experience in one place: the DFB Guide to the 2018 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival!
Here are some of the most popular FAQs from DFB readers and Food and Wine visitors — with answers direct from the DFB Guide!
We’re no strangers to Mickey and Minnie Ear treats at Walt Disney World, and we love when a new take comes out on an old favorite! That’s the case with these new Minnie blondies!
We first tried them wayyyyyy back in 2012, when Chocolate Brownie reigned supreme. And we recently spotted these Blondie and Strawberry Brownies at Panchito’s Gifts and Sundries at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort.
Located on Sunset Boulevard, Rosie’s All-American Cafe at Walt Disney World’s Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a counter service joint serving up — you guessed it! — American style eats amidst World War II-inspired decor. In the past this place has been one of my least favorite counter service spots. But recently…there have been some changes!
Updated menu items include a Fried Green Tomato Sandwich…and this awesome and amazing new snack that’s been added to the menu!
We’re not really sure how to tell you this, so we’re just gonna come out with it: Walt Disney World’s beloved Carrot Cake Cookie has been ‘updated.’ Changed. Reinvented. Altered unnecessarily. However you say it, the truth remains: the Carrot Cake Cookie as we knew it is no more.
Let’s get into this. You can still find the Carrot Cake Cookie at Trolley Car Treats — Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ Starbucks location. (Since Sweet Spells closed a couple of weeks ago, Trolley Car is the only location where you can pick up this popular treat!) It costs $3.99 (or a DDP snack credit), so it’s a relatively reasonable price.