March 22 – 2019

It’s no lie that one of the main reasons I visit Disney as frequently as I do is for the treats. Everything about Disney is magical and the food at the parks is no exception. So when I heard that Magic Kingdom was releasing some new food items I knew it was the perfect time for my first Magic Kingdom snack tour.

We spent the day searching for the most instagram worth Disney Snacks and boy did we find some.

Adventure Is Out There Cone

This cone is inspired by Disney-Pixar’s “Up.” This blue sugar cone is topped with mango soft-serve and a candy balloon piece. The candy was made of white chocolate and what seemed to be M&M type candies. My girls devoured the candy pretty quick but I loved the mango soft serve which I found to be less sweet than traditional dole whip.

FIND THIS CONE: Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies in Tomorrowland. This place was a little tricky for me to find. When you are going into Tomorrowland make a left like you are going to the speedway and its immediately on your left. If you hit the bathroom you have gone too far.

COST: $5.39

adventure is out there cone

The Lost Princess Cone

If you are looking for something light and refreshing, this cone is it. Inspired by Rapunzel, this purple cone comes topped with lemon soft-serve and lovely edible flowers. There was one thing that was extra special about this cone that shocked me. It has edible glitter which made it sparkle!

FIND THIS CONE: Storybook Treats in Fantasyland

COST: $5.39

The Lost Princess Cone

Hei Hei Cone

This cone is inspired by Moana’s feathered side kick. This treat features a blue sugar cone topped with raspberry soft-serve, pineapple Dole Whip, sugar eyes, and sour candy. The raspberry on top had to be my favorite of what I tasted all day.

FIND THIS CONE: Aloha Isle in Adventureland (where you normally get the famous Dole Whip). Since this location is already busy you can expect the line to be extra long with the addition of this adorable cone. I didn’t try the mobile ordering but would definitely suggest trying it to avoid the long wait time.

COST: $5.39

Hei Hei Cone at Disney World

Mickey Confetti Pretzel

The prettiest of our Magic Kingdom snacks tour had to be the Mickey Confetti Pretzel. A mickey pretzel dipped in marshmallow fluff and topped with confetti sprinkles. As much as I loved all the elements here the treat was not my favorite of the day. I guess I like my mickey pretzels in their original form ;)

FIND IT HERE: Tortuga Tavern by Pirates of the Caribbean

COST: $6.59

Mickey Confetti Pretzel

Get an inside look at the Magic Kingdom Snack Tour with this video:

So there it is, our day of yummy treats. There are so many more treats to try at Magic Kingdom, what are some of your favorites? Have you done your own Magic Kingdom snack tour?

Tell me in the comments below.

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