The Disney parks are a great place to meet your favorite Disney characters, go on really fun rides, and buy some amazing Disney merchandise. For someone that loves Disney movies, visiting any of the parks would be a dream come true, right? Along with all of that, there's some really tasty food at the Disney parks.
Some of the food is available all the time, but then there are some treats at the Disney parks that visitors can only get sometimes. During fall and winter, there are seasonal celebrations at the Disney parks. Different characters come out, new merchandise hits the shelves, and unique seasonal treats are up for sale.
To see 10 of the best seasonal snacks at the Disney parks, keep reading!
10 Zero Waffle Sundae
There are two different Zero Waffle Sundaes that are available during the fall and winter at the Disney parks. They each feature Zero from The Nightmare Before Christmas on fluffy waffles that sit behind a scoop of tasty ice cream.
The waffles are pumpkin flavored during the fall and red velvet in the winter. Together, those waffles make the sundae look like Mickey Mouse's head, adding an extra Disney touch to the treat. Yum!
9 Pumpkin Spice Churros
Disney has become known for its delicious churros. These fried, cinnamon and sugar-covered delights are so popular and can be found in a lot of locations around the parks. Considering the fact that they're such a beloved treat, it's no surprise that they release special ones during the different seasonal celebrations at the parks.
During Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, visitors can get a taste of fall with the pumpkin spice churros. These churros are like the regular ones that the Disney parks offer but with a super warm touch of pumpkin flavor. Yum!
8 Jalapeno Latkes
Although a lot of the celebrations at the Disney parks during the winter are focused on Christmas, the Disney parks definitely do make it a point to be accepting of everyone and make the parks a fun, welcoming time for anyone who visits.
So, during the winter, there are a few foods and snacks that celebrate other cultures too, not just foods that are entirely Christmas-focused. The jalapeno latkes are one of the foods that Disney has to celebrate Hanukkah. These jalapeno latkes are a tasty and slightly spicy version of traditional potato pancakes.
7 Mickey-Shaped Cinnamon Roll
The giant cinnamon rolls are a staple food at the Disney parks for many visitors. They're huge, so they're easy to share if you're visiting the parks with a friend, family member, or significant other. And they're shaped like Mickey Mouse, so they're totally adorable!
During the Halloween season, they get a super spooky makeover. These cinnamon rolls are still as huge, sweet, and delicious as ever, but during the Not-So-Scary Halloween party, they get a drizzle of orange icing and a chocolate spiderweb laid on top. Yum!
6 Spider Silk Macaron Sandwich
By themselves, macarons and ice cream sandwiches are already pretty tasty. So, it's safe to say that Disney was onto something when they decided to combine the two of them into one incredibly indulgent treat. While the macaron ice cream sandwiches are delicious year-round, they're even better during the Halloween season.
They're made with a black macaron that has a spiderweb piped onto the top and then filled with charcoal-cherry ice cream, popping candies, and a sweet raspberry sauce. This treat is so delicious, it's spooky.
5 Scrooge McDuck Eggnog Custard
Eggnog is a delicious drink that is often served up at holiday parties. It comes in a lot of different flavors and recipes and, for people who really like eggnog, is a favorite treat during the wintertime.
During the holiday season, Storybook Treats has a tasty and gluten-free treat available for anyone that really loves eggnog. This custard is flavored like the holiday drink and comes with a special Scrooge McDuck chocolate coin nestled on top and some moist chocolate cake layered inside.
4 Sugar-Frosted Fruit Bites
Sugar-Frosted Fruit Bites are a delicious holiday recipe that hits the Disney parks during the wintertime. These treats are made with a sweet bread that is filled up with pieces of dry fruit, coated in butter, and then rolled in vanilla sugar. Yes, please!
If you don't want to wait until the winter or don't think you'll be spending the holiday season at the Disney parks, don't worry! Disney has released the recipe for this treat online for everyone to enjoy and make them at home.
3 Caramel Apple Churro
A lot of the treats that Disney releases during the fall are Halloween-themed. That makes sense with Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, right? But there are some treats that are just fall-themed and totally delicious.
The caramel apple churro is one fall treat that Disney has that definitely has fans of the Disney parks obsessed. This churro is similar to their classic churros, but it has a green apple flavor and is covered in caramel sauce and apple bits. Yum!
2 Candy Corn Milkshake
Whether you love or hate candy corn, there's no denying that it's a classic candy that will always remind us of Halloween. If you're someone that just can't get enough of these sweet little treats, you're in luck because Disney has released a really unique candy corn-inspired treat for the Halloween season.
This bright orange milkshake is covered with a pile of cotton candy and has an orange, Micky Mouse-shaped marshmallow stuck onto the straw. Even if you're not someone that loves cotton candy, it's hard to deny that this milkshake looks delicious and is so festive.
1 Not-So-Poison Apple Cupcake
We all know that biting into the poison apple was no good for Snow White. But luckily, the Evil Queen was not in charge of baking these cupcakes, available during Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at the Main Street Bakery.
These cupcakes are totally massive and are a spiced apple-flavored cupcake with a crunchy pecan layer and some deliciously sweet buttercream. The entire thing is designed to look like the poison apple that the Evil Queen gave to Snow White, only tastier.