While it was one of the cutest treats we saw this fall, unfortunately the flavor Pumpkin Pie Krispie wasn’t anything to write home about. But it certainly opened the door for Disney to transform all kinds of yummy pies into Rice Krispie form!
Recently, we got to try a slice of pumpkin pie made out of rice krispies (!!) and a spooky sugar cookie from this spot. But, there were too many treats available to choose just two — so we had to have one more (and, it was another pumpkin spiced flavored snack)!
That’s no Mickey Bar, that’s a Mickey Krispy! Your eyes aren’t deceiving you — Magic Kingdom just gave us the ultimate snack mash up…
A classic Mickey Krispy that looks just like a Mickey Bar, melting ice cream included.
We’ve got all the latest in our What’s New at Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom
! Come along while we share lots of menu changes, loads of 20th Anniversary merchandise, and a few construction updates!
Updated Menus and Eats at Disney’s Animal Kingdom
has dropped the Salmon BLT from the menu, but the Turkey BLT and Pimento-Cheese BLT happily remain!
We hope everyone had a delicious Thanksgiving!
Now it’s time to look toward the rest of the holiday season with all of its sugary treats and savory meals!
Latest Disney Food News
After a relaxing holiday, we’ll get you caught up on the latest info!
- If you’re in the parks this week, keep an eye open for Turkey Leg rice krispie treats!
- New characters will debut on Disney’s glowing character punch this holiday season! Look for Ariel and “Jack Sparrow” (a skull and crossbones!)
- Disney California Adventure is unveiling all kinds of new holiday desserts this year! Get the scoop and the pics!
- If cinnamon-glazed nuts are your favorite holiday treat, check out the new stand in Epcot!
- Want more info on holiday treats and dining experiences in the parks? We’ve compiled our 2011 Disney Holiday Dining Page with all the specs!
- The restaurants at the WDW Swan and Dolphin resorts announce holiday meals.
Check out our Disney Food News Pin Board, where Disney Food News is updated on a regular basis!
DFB Dining Adventures e-Book Now Available
We’ve had lots of reader requests for pre-planned dining strategies that can be dropped right into your Disney World vacation plans, and we thought that was a pretty good idea, too! So we took it one step further and added some extra FUN!!
On to the Round-Up!
Road Trips for Beer
has one of the best posts we’ve seen this week! An awesome perspective on “What Beers Would the Muppets Drink”!!! Find out how they match muppets to brews!
DisneyContemporary.com features the Bay Lake Tower Villa Kitchens – with a complete list of cookware!
Gastropod Travels reviews the Palo Champagne Brunch aboard the Disney Dream. Cheers!
Main Street Gazette peruses one of our fave vintage cookbooks – Cooking with Mickey around our World.
Eating (and Drinking) around the World makes an Epcot Food and Wine Festival dish – Singapore Shrimp Cakes!
990square reviews dining aboard the Disney Dream.
A Taste of Wonderland dines with a special diet at Citricos at the Grand Floridian. See the gluten-free delights!
Walt Disney World is a place to make memories, and here at the DFB, we’re always game to create the tastiest memories of all: FOOD memories! At Goofy’s Candy Co. in Disney Springs, those memories include the fun and flavorful Create Your Own Treat experience.
The Create Your Own Treat experience lets guests select a base treat, a chocolate dip, a chocolate drizzle, and one topping. [Read more…]
Let’s face it: sometimes it’s just nice to bring a little bit of Disney home with you to help you get over those post-Disney blues! And if you have a handful of Disney Dining Plan snack credits left over at the end of your Disney World trip or you’ve got friends and family you’d like to surprise with a treat, Disney foods make some terrific souvenirs!
Here are my top five favorite snacks to bring home from the parks!
Caramel Corn from Epcot’s Karamell Küche
This delicious snack is downright heavenly. Ever since Karamell Küche opened in the Fall of 2010, it’s been a must-stop location for me every time I’m in Epcot — even if my only reason for being there is to smell the gorgeous smells coming from those candy kitchens!
Found a couple of mini items at the Main Street Confectionery in Disney World today that I had to share!
First — three kinds of cookie bites. These look just like the giant “normal sized” cookies you can get in the parks, but they’ve been shrunk down to what many of us would consider to be the size of the standard cookies we bake at home. However, at Disney, these are considered bite-size!
You can purchase Raspberry White Chocolate cookies (which have chocolate chips in them as well for some reason), Chocolate chip supreme cookies, and delectable [Read more…]