I’ve got some exciting Foodie News direct from Magic Kingdom Park! We’ve got everything from donuts and ice cream to milkshakes and eclairs, and even an all-new Plant-Based Cuisine Guide, and it’s all sure to leave you hungry.
To start off, our culinary teams have been working hard to put together a brand-new guide to Plant-Based Cuisine at Magic Kingdom Park. If you’re looking for vegetarian and vegan-friendly offerings throughout the park, you’ll find them all listed in this handy, dandy guide. You can find it at most major food and beverage locations throughout the park and at Guest Relations. The guide will also be updated seasonally, so you can be sure to have the latest info every time you visit the park!
Moving right along to some sweeter offerings, there’s a whole array of new desserts coming this month to help satisfy your sweet tooth. All of these limited-time offerings start this May and will run through the end of June 2019, so be sure to come on out and try them before they disappear!
Mickey Celebration Donut (available May 9) – yeast donut with your choice of strawberry, vanilla, or chocolate frosting with sprinkles
Tangled Éclair (available May 9) – éclair filled with dulce de leche and topped with white chocolate cream, sugar flowers, and a chocolate frying pan
Wish Granted Donut (available May 1-June 30) – donut topped with white icing, gold sugar, a chocolate lamp piece, and blue cotton candy
Minnie’s Cookie Dough Sundae (available May 9) – soft-serve ice cream topped with whipped cream, hot fudge, edible cookie dough, and a chocolate Minnie bow
Celebration Brownie (available May 1 – June 30) – brownie topped with buttercream icing and a chocolate piece featuring Mickey
Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies
Mickey Milkshake (available May 1- June 30) – strawberry milkshake topped with yellow cotton candy and a Mickey marshmallow straw
Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café, Golden Oak Outpost, Columbia Harbour House, and Friar’s Nook
Mickey’s Push Pop (available May 1 – June 30) – birthday cake layered with confetti sprinkles and buttercream
For more information on all of these locations as well as full menus, visit the Walt Disney World Resort dining page or call 407 WDW-DINE (407 939-3463).
These all look yummy! Hope some of them stick around a bit longer until our September trip. Regarding gluten free options, we passed by Erin McKenna’s bakery in Disney Springs, and they are a gluten free bakery. It looked a bit pricey, and as gluten doesn’t bother me we decided to move along, but thought I would mention it. 🙂
Too bad there are no gluten free options.
It’s a good thing calories don’t count at any Disney park. That’s the biggest donut I’ve ever seen!
Yes and Yum!!!!