One thing is for sure, the expanded Disney Springs won’t be short for sweet treats to enjoy. Already open are a number of delicious dessert options including The Ganachary, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, and Vivoli Gelato. When the Town Center district opens we’ll add more… Read More »A sweet preview of Amorette’s Patisserie opening soon at Disney Springs
Here’s a great idea for Valentine’s Day. Thanks to the Disney Parks official blog, you can learn how-to make Mickey & Minnie Mouse Bride and Groom Candied Apples. Or take these techniques, add your own creativity, and make any Mickey and Minnie Candy apples you… Read More »How-to make your own Mickey & Minnie Candied Apples
Disney’s Animal Kingdom has opened a new area with food, treats, sweets, and unique items. Harambe Market and Zuri’s Sweets Shop offer guests something new for the parks along with some great ways to bring the magic of Disney home with you. We’ve previously given… Read More »Zuri’s Sweets Shop – New treats for Disney’s Animal Kingdom
I like to think that calories consumed at Disney World don’t count. Oh sure, I can’t prove it, but when was the last time you gained weight on a Disney trip? Given what is clearly the start of a solid scientific hypothesis, let’s just go with the idea that you can indulge all you want and not feel guilty. If you feel the same way, I’ve got the top ten must-do sugar rushes right here on this list. Best of all, everything, save for the bread pudding, is just one snack credit on the Disney Dining Plan.
10. The Red Velvet Cupcake at Starring Rolls in Hollywood Studios.
Unlike a lot of cupcakes sold at Walt Disney World, this one isn’t so sweet that you can’t taste the actual flavors, which is great because the red velvet base of this cupcake comes with a cream cheese center that’s topped with delicious cream cheese frosting. These cupcakes will sell out early, so make sure you pick one up before early afternoon.Read More »Top Ten Ways to Get Your Disney Sugar Rush.