PICTURE POST: Feast Your Eyes on Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Treats!

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom Park , Orlando , Eating and Drinking
PICTURE POST: Feast Your Eyes on Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Treats!
It's the season...for feasting!
It’s not just the festive fun that draws the people in to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, it’s the chance to try out some unique holiday-inspired treats too!

The following treats are exclusive to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, which kicked off on the 9th November and ends on the 22nd December, so if you have your tickets already don’t miss the opportunity to try them out! If you’re planning on visiting the Parks during the holidays but not the Christmas Party, scroll down for 3 treats you can enjoy throughout the day…

1. Beauty and the Beast and Tinkerbell Flourless Chocolate Cake

This gluten-free Enchanted Christmas Belle Dessert is made from a flourless chocolate cake filled with delicious white chocolate peppermint mousse and covered in a yellow glaze to represent Belle’s beautiful ball gown. Each cake is topped with the princess herself and can be found at Gaston’s Tavern. Gluten-free guests will also want to check out the Tinkerbell dessert at Cosmic Ray’ Starlight Café which also incorporates a raspberry and dark chocolate mousse.

2. Sandy Claws Cake Push-Pop

An alternative-style Christmas snack is available at Sleepy Hollow, where Sandy Claws has brought out his own festive push-up cake pop! The dessert consists of layers of orange vanilla cake, cranberry cherry mousse, white crispy pearls, cream cheese buttercream and holiday sprinkles. The whole thing is topped off with a white chocolate piece with printed with Sandy Claws himself.

3. Red Velvet Mickey Waffles



Mickey Waffles


You’ve had a mickey waffle before, but you haven’t had one like this! This iconic Disney snack is having a makeover for Christmas with red velvet flavouring, vanilla ice cream and festive sprinkles. You can also pick these up at Sleepy Hollow.

4. Egg-Nog Custard


Egg Nog Custard  Dessert Disney


Sounds a little strange from the name, we know, but egg-nog is a hugely popular drink in the states during Christmas time, so this treat is a Disney spin on a traditional holiday treat.  This egg-nog custard dessert is topped with spiced chocolate cake, meringue and an edible scrooge McDuck gold coin.

5. Yule Logs



Youle Log


Over at Main Street Bakery, you’ll find the first of two festive Yule Logs. Consisting of white chocolate mousse, raspberry mousse, cassis pate de fruit and a chocolate flourless cake, the Yule log also comes topped with a red glaze and Mickey and Minnie garnish. The second Yule log is on sale at Pecos Bill Tell Tale Inn – a chocolate cake with chocolate mousse and ganache, topped with, you guessed it, more chocolate! The garnish features Chip and Dale and Donald Duck as well, to give it a really festive touch.

Snacks that will be available for all guests to try throughout the day are…

6. Peppermint Ice Cream Sundae


Peppermint Ice Cream Sundae


Available at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor and Storybook treats, this frozen treat will definitely get you in the festive spirit.

7. Holiday Cinnamon Roll


Holiday Mickey Cinnamon Roll


A Mickey-shaped cinnamon roll topped with red, green and white icing found at Main Street Bakery.

8. Peppermint Cupcake

A red velvet cupcake filled with peppermint mousse and topped with cream cheese buttercream, peppermint sprinkles and peppermint bark (a chocolate treat made with candy canes).

If you're visiting Walt Disney World this festive period and want to visit the Christmas Party, make sure you pre-book your tickets for this seperately ticketed event before you travel as tickets often sell out. Click here to explore tickets options and dates.

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