Oh Disney World. You give us SO MANY delicious snacks. How could we possibly choose a favorite? (Oh wait…I guess we already did!)
But if we could only pick ONE land in the Magic Kingdom, which would reign supreme? We’re ranking them ALL right here!
Hey all you DFB Fall-owers! We can feel the excitement in the crisp autumn air as the leaves begin to change colors and the temperature grows cooler — well, except for those of us in the south, that is! 😉
While you begin to figure out which scarves you’ll be accessorizing with which Minnie ears, we thought we’d compile a list for you of ALL the goodies at Disney World celebrating our all-time favorite Fall flavor — 🎃PUMPKIN!🎃
It was another busy week in the Magic Kingdom! We found must-have merch, price increases, snack updates, construction and more!
We’ll start off with some construction updates. We are getting so excited for the Tron ride! In addition to this “billboard” promoting the ride that you see while you’re on the train we could spot cranes and equipment — signs they are working away to have the ride ready for 2021.
We’ve got news on a new Pumpkin Churro in the Magic Kingdom. But first, a little update on that missing Popcorn Cart…
The last couple of times we’ve visited the Magic Kingdom we’ve really missed the Popcorn Cart that used to stand outside the Guest Relations area when you enter the park.
On our last couple of visits the cart was missing, and on this week’s visit we saw they were doing some refurbishment to the area. Hopefully that means we’ll be seeing the return of the cart again soon. We’re missing our popcorn!
In a World where cupcakes and Dole Whip reign supreme, it might be a bit of a challenge to muster up excitement over trail mix. Thank goodness Disney knows just how to reel us in: cute packaging and a great recipe. And now at Westward Ho in Frontierland in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, guests can pick up a portable, functional, and simple package of Trail Mix.
Something about the simplicity of this packaging coupled with the Davy Crockett Mickey label calls to us. And what’s inside also totally rocks. Guests can dig into Pretzels, Chocolate Gems (basically M&Ms), Mixed Nuts, Raisins, and House-made Marshmallows. There’s something for everyone, which makes this snack not only easy to tote around all day but also great to share with the whole family. And since there are some high energy components mixed in, it’s just the thing you need for that long Splash Mountain queue. 😉
And can anything beat a house-made marshmallow? The answer is no. And these ones will melt in your mouth!
What’s your favorite portable Disney Parks snack? Tell us about it in the comments!