You’ll find The Donut Box in Future World over by Test Track at Epcot next to the other new-to-the-festival booth, Cool Wash. The menu is fairly small but includes some unique items like Sweet Corn Fritters.
We tried EVERYTHING, so let’s chat about each and every item together!
First up, the Sweet Corn Fritter with Fresno and Red Pepper Jelly!
We LOVED this! Honestly, this menu item is a standout from this year’s Food and Wine Festival. They were fresh, crunchy, and absolutely delicious. The addition of the pepper jelly is wonderful, as well. Don’t miss out on these!
You can grab them for $5.50 or a Disney Dining Plan snack credit.
Next, we’re sinking our teeth into The Donut Box’s Strawberry-dusted Yeast Donut Holes!
For $4 or a snack credit, you get four sizable donut holes, which we thought was a great deal. The donut holes are lightly dusted with strawberry sugar, but otherwise, they’re not too sweet at all.
We really enjoyed these — they reminded us a bit of the beignets from Port Orleans Resort. They aren’t sickly sweet, but our nice and thick.
All these donuts are making us thirsty! Time to wash it all down with The Donut Box’s electric beverages! Their Strawberry Smoothie is made with almond milk and is non-alcoholic.
We thought this smoothie was good — it had a sweet strawberry flavor. It was a bit smoother than the blue and green milk from The Milk Stand in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, but it’s not quite as smooth as a milkshake.
It’s a fun choice for a kiddo or non-drinking adult because it has a donut hole on top. 🙂 You can try it for $5 or a snack credit.
While if you’re looking for a little buzz to complement your sugar high, Central 28 Beer Company Boston Cream Donut Ale checks both boxes! We personally didn’t think it tasted like a donut, but it was good.
It tasted like a decently heavy beer, but it was lighter in color. We’d probably go to the Brewer’s Collection booth for a beer, but this one (which will cost you $4.50) wasn’t bad!
And get a load of The Donut Box’s Black and White Coffee Cocktail garnished with a Fresh Yeast Donut with Chocolate Espresso Bean Crumbles. Is it a drink? Is it a donut? However you classify this thing, one thing’s for sure — The Donut Box doesn’t play!
The drink itself was DIVINE! It was creamy and delicious. We didn’t enjoy the donut as much as we liked the donut holes, but it was still pretty good!
You can try this boozy cocktail for $14.
We were very impressed by our first visit to The Donut Box booth! The menu items were unique, and for the most part, were super yummy! The standout for us was certainly the Sweet Corn Fritter, though we also liked the Black and White Coffee Cocktail and Strawberry-dusted Yeast Donut Holes as well.
Head on over to The Donut Box the next time you’re in Epcot’s Future World! You won’t be sorry. 🙂
Which new item from The Donut Box captures your attention the most? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!