Delicious new treats available at Walt Disney World Resort’s Magic Kingdom

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One of the best parts of any Walt Disney World visit is the delicious Disney snacks available at the various restaurants and eateries throughout the resort.

Magic Kingdom has plenty to offer in the way of tasty treats and now thanks to the Spring season, there are even more options available.

When you enter the Magic Kingdom, make a stop at Main Street Bakery for the new Flower Crown Cupcake. This artistic dessert consists of a vanilla cupcake filled with raspberry buttercream and topped with a buttercream flower crown and hard candy Minnie Ears.

Not too far from the Main Street Baker is Casey’s Corner, where guests can find the new Mint Julip Lemonade Slushy. This new non-alcoholic slush features mojito-flavored syrup, and a cherry, mint and lemon garnish.

Also at Casey’s, guests will soon be able to enjoy April’s Hot Dog of the Month, the Cuban Hot Diggity Dog, topped with Mojo pork, relish, swiss, and mustard. These special toppings can also be added to an order of fries.

At Be Our Guest Restaurant, guests will find an exciting new dessert trio featuring a raspberry macaron with lemon filling and fresh raspberries, a dark chocolate-dipped maraschino cherry with hazelnut topping, and a white chocolate Chip cup filled with the ever-popular Grey Stuff.

If that doesn’t satisfy your sweet tooth, you can head over to Tomorrowland where you’ll find Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe is offering a new cookies & cream cheese cake topped with chocolate, galaxy sprinkles and a white-chocolate piece featuring Sonny Eclipse himself.

And finally, over at Sunshine Tree Terrace in Adventureland, the classic Citrus Swirl has been joined by the new Orange Cream swirl, which blends vanilla soft-serve ice cream with Orange Dole Soft-Serve.

Which of the delicious new treats are you looking forward to trying the most? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Disney

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