There is no flavor quite as synonymous with fall as pumpkin spice. Disney knows this as much as the internet does, and because of this, the parks have been filled with pumpkin-spice-flavored foods and drinks to celebrate the season.

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In the spirit of autumn, we’re going to be looking at all the best pumpkin spice treats you can buy at Disney World. Before we get started though, we’re shouting out to the Chocolate Mickey Waffle Sundae With Pumpkin Gelato available at Sleepy Hollow in the Magic Kingdom.

Being that this dessert is only available during the specially ticketed Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, it’s getting a nod in the intro, rather than its own entry.

With that said, here’s where to meet all your pumpkin spice cravings at the Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.

10 Pumpkin Spice Latte (Kona Island)

Disney’s Polynesian Resort serves up an incredible Pumpkin Spiced Latte at its Kona Island location. This creamy latte can be made iced or steamed and is garnished with whipped cream and orange pumpkin sugar.

Though the latte isn’t particularly unique, it does taste delicious, especially if you like the PSLs served by other coffee shops. It costs only $5.29 and will keep your pumpkin spice craving under control.

9 Pumpkin Spice Churro (Sunshine Churros)

Sunshine Churros located at Disney Springs serves up all sorts of tasty churro flavors including a limited-time Pumpkin Churro. It comes with a side of sweet cream cheese frosting and contains strong cinnamon, caramel, and nutmeg notes.

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If these fall flavors sound like your style, you’ll be happy to know that a warm Pumpkin Churro only costs $6.25.

8 Pumpkin Spice Soft-Serve Sundae (Auntie Gravity’s)

Over in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom sits an ice cream shop known as Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies. Right now, this location is serving up an incredible Pumpkin Spice Soft-Serve. The ice cream is topped with candy corn pieces and caramel sauce and can be served in either a cup or a cone.

While the frozen swirl is light and sweet, the candy gives it a nice, chewy texture. At only $5.49, it is worth every penny.

7 Pumpkin Beignets (Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory)

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter has an incredible restaurant that serves cajun and creole specialties during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Right now, the location is also dishing out Mickey-shaped pumpkin spice beignets.

These warm donut-like pastries are coated in a pumpkin spice seasoning and powdered sugar. Guests can score 3 for $4.49 or 6 for $6.99. They can additionally be eaten as part of a sundae with vanilla ice cream, cranberry compote, whipped cream, and sprinkles. Talk about incredible.

6 Pumpkin Spice Cupcake (The Candy Cauldron)

The Candy Cauldron at Disney Springs is celebrating the season by serving up a limited-time pumpkin spice cupcake. This treat leans much heavier into the spice flavor than the pumpkin one, but that doesn’t make us love it any less.

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It's topped with a rich cinnamon cream cheese frosting, a pair of chocolate Mickey ears, and a dash of orange sprinkles.

This moist cupcake can also be purchased at locations including Big Top Treats and The Confectionery in the Magic Kingdom as well as the Contempo Café at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. It rings in at $5.19.

5 Pumpkin Spice Latte (Starbucks)

If you don’t find the time to make it out to Kona Island, you can still get your PSL fix across Disney World.

All four Disney parks, as well as Disney Springs, have their own Starbucks locations. These coffee shops are serving up their iconic pumpkin spice lattes during the fall season. If you’d rather get something frosty, you could instead opt for the flavorful pumpkin spice frappuccinos.

Let’s also not ignore the new Pumpkin Cream Cold Brews that Starbucks decided to introduce this year.

4 Pumpkin Spice Milk Shake (Auntie Gravity’s)

Back at The Magic Kingdom’s Auntie Gravity’s is another pumpkin spice specialty. This time, it comes in the form of a blended treat.

The Pumpkin Milk Shake is made with thick ice cream that’s loaded with pumpkin flavor. The bright orange treat is garnished with whipped cream, a Mickey-shaped marshmallow, and candy pumpkins. Some have even compared it to tasting like a frozen pumpkin pie, so if that’s your style, the $7.99 price might be worth it.

3 Pumpkin Cupcake (Sprinkles Cupcakes)

The famous Sprinkles location at Disney Springs is serving up its own rendition of pumpkin cupcakes.

The cake is loaded with spices including ginger, clove, nutmeg, and cinnamon. It's topped with a cinnamon cream cheese frosting that perfectly balances out the autumn cake flavors.

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If you’re looking for a second cupcake to pair with this one, the seasonal Apple Pie Cupcake might also be worth a try. Both flavors cost $5.50 each.

2 Pumpkin Pie Iced Latte (Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company)

Yes, there’s one more pumpkin-flavored latte that’s being served up at Disney World. The parks’ specialty coffee joint, Joffrey’s Coffee, is serving up a Pumpkin Pie Iced Lattes at various locations across the resort.

This drink combines a pumpkin pie syrup with milk and espresso. If you want to add a little more sweetness, you can get it topped with whipped cream for no additional charge. You can say mmmmm again.

1 Pumpkin Creme Brulee (Amorette’s Patisserie)

We’re finishing off this list by taking a look at the fabulous Pumpkin Creme Brulee served up at Amorette’s Patisserie in Disney Springs. This pumpkin custard has a crispy sugar on the surface and is topped with candied pecans, a sable cookie, and a piece of chocolate.

The pumpkin flavor is strong in this one, so if you’re a pumpkin fanatic, the $6 is totally worth it. Though the portion size may be small, it is definitely one of the fancier fall desserts on Disney property.

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