What Disney World Sweets Should Come to Disneyland?

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Both Disneyland and Disney World are known for some of the delicious eats that you can get on their property.  From their scrumptious candy apples to massive cookies shaped like Mickey-heads to their iconic Dole Whip floats, some think Disney has it all.

Being so much larger, the options at Disney World seem limitless, and all parks are not equal when it comes to sweets.  Here are some Disney World sweets that we would love to see make a home at Disneyland.

Mickey Pretzel
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Peter Pan Dole Whip Float

Dole Whips are one of the most popular treats you can find at both Disney World and Disneyland. And while both have traditional pineapple floats, Disney World really gets the win with this amazingly Instagrammable Peter Pan Dole Whip Float.

Peter Pan Dole Whip
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The Peter Pan Dole Whip float is made of lime soft-serve ice cream that sits in a cup of Sprite and is decorated with a red chocolate feather. This adorable Peter Pan float can be purchased at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom for $6.99.

Carrot Cake Cookie

The carrot cake cookie may just be one of Hollywood Studios’s top desserts — if not a top dessert in all of Disney World. This delectable treat consists of two soft and chewy carrot cake cookies with scrumptious cream cheese frosting between them.

If this cookie cake combination looks right up your alley, beware! It is not for those craving a small sweet treat. The cookie is delicious but massive. It can be purchased for $3.99 per serving at Trolley Car Café in Hollywood Studios.

Waffle Sandwiches

For Disneyland Guests who want a sweet, hot, chewy treat, there are churros galore that can be found throughout Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, and Downtown Disney. However, Disney World has created its own delicious dessert that is also sweet, hot, and chewy — the waffle sandwich.

Waffle Sandwich Sleepy Hollow
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This fresh fruit waffle sandwich is filled with chocolaty Nutella and fresh strawberries, blueberries, and bananas. It can be found at Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square and can be purchased for $8.29.

Baked Cheshire Cat Tails

While Disneyland may have its own Cheshire Cat Tail treat, it is considered too sweet by many Guests. It is a marshmallow wand covered in pink and purple chocolate and pink sanding sugar. Disney World, however, seems to have created the perfect treat to celebrate the Disney classic Alice in Wonderland. Disney World has created a baked treat to represent the mischievous feline.

Cheshire Cat Tails
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This adorable treat can be found at both Cosmic Rays Starlight Café in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom and Cheshire Café in Fantasyland. The baked Cheshire Cat Tail is a puff pastry twisted with chocolate and then drizzled with pink and purple icing. It can be purchased for $5.49.

Zebra Domes

Zebra Domes are a truly hit dessert that people crave while dining in Disney World. They are not available in a theme park but at Boma: Flavors of Africa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, as well as at the resort’s quick service location. A Zebra Dome is a white chocolate cake, coated in white chocolate ganache, and then drizzled with dark chocolate. What makes these treats extra special is the Amarula Liqueur mousse that can be found between the cake and the ganache. Don’t worry parents, these treats are kid-friendly!

Zebra domes
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These treats would fit in flawlessly at Bengal Barbecue in Adventureland at Disneyland. The popular Disneyland snack counter is known for its delicious skewers that can come with meat or vegetables.

Baton Rouge Beignets

This treat would only be available for those Guests who are 21+, but boy would they make a great addition to any menu in New Orleans Square in Disneyland! Currently available at the Scat Cat’s Club at Disney’s Port Orleans Hotel, these beignets come “jazzed up” with your choice of Kahlua, Baileys, or RumChata.

Baton Rouge beignets
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Gideon’s Bakehouse

This may not be just one treat, but an entire store that Disneyland needs to make a home for. Gideon’s Bakehouse is a Disney Springs hot-spot that Guests will regularly wait hours in line to enter. Their giant fresh-baked cookies come in several flavors and are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. The bakehouse would be an amazing addition to Downtown Disney!

gideons bake house
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Hopefully, this Disneyland treats wishlist didn’t make your mouth water too much! All of these treats are currently available at Walt Disney World if you are visiting Florida, but we can always wish upon a star and hope that they make their way to the West Coast.

What is your favorite Disney World or Disneyland treat? Let us know in the comments!

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