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NEWS: New Sweet Treats Available Now at Disney Parks and Resorts

There is no shortage of sweet treats at Walt Disney World and it seems that Disney can’t stop churning out amazing indulgences that keep threatening our waistlines! Keep reading to get the scoop on the latest creations available now throughout the Walt Disney World Resort.


Here are all the details from Disney Cast Member Alex Dunlap:

Spring is here and that means another month full of sweets and treats! This month we have Briar Rose Gold desserts on both coasts, yummy soft-serve delights, character cupcakes, and more to share with you. Are you ready to get your sweet on? Let’s dive right in!

At Walt Disney World Resort – you can get your rose gold fix with several options throughout our resort hotels. At Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort, you’ll find a Rose Gold Orange Cream Tart at the Marketplace at Ale & Compass as well as the Beach Club Marketplace. This orange custard curd tart is finished with vanilla bean mousse and white chocolate glacage and is topped with white chocolate ears. Across the lagoon at Disney’s BoardWalk, the BoardWalk Bakery is serving up a Briar Rose Gold Scooter Pie – a Minnie-shaped cookie sandwich with marshmallow, raspberry white chocolate, and a Briar Rose Gold Minnie bow.

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At Disney’s Contemporary Resort, satisfy that cake craving with the Briar Rose Gold Raspberry Cake filled with vanilla custard at Contempo Café.  A Briar Rose Gold Cupcake can also be found at Disney’s All-Star Resorts, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s Pop Century Resort, Disney’s Port Orleans Resort, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, and Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa. It’s a chocolate cupcake with strawberry filling topped with buttercream, a mini waffle cone, and rose gold chocolate ears.

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And at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, you can find a Rose Gold Vanilla Cupcake filled with guava custard and topped with rose gold buttercream and fondant at Capt. Cook’s. Or if a drink by the pool is more your style, grab a refreshing Rose Gold Sunset Margarita with tequila and orange liqueur mixed with flavors of mango, guava, and ginger from the Oasis and Barefoot Pool Bars.

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The last Briar Rose Gold treat is at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The Rose Gold Brownie can be found at Creature Comforts and is topped with a strawberry mousse dome decorated with white chocolate ears. And while you’re at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, you can stop by Harambe Market to try the new Most Beautiful Cake inspired by one of the popular murals found in the marketplace’s courtyard. This delicious coconut cake is filled with a tangy pineapple center and topped with creamy coconut mousse and accompanied with coconut crisps.

Going back to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, you just HAVE to stop by the Pineapple Lanai to try the new Te Fiti Cone with lime soft-serve! It’s SO CUTE and also refreshing! Another refreshing option for the adults is the Corazon Blanco Tequila Frozen Margarita blended with Dole Whip lime – YUM.

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Rounding out the list this month are two fabulous character cupcakes. The first, found at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, is the Herbie the Love Bug Cupcake with devil’s food cake, chocolate mousse, and white chocolate available through May 31. Available through the end of April at both Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort and Disney’s All-Star Music Resort is the Tinkerbell Cupcake made with chocolate cake, key lime filling, key lime buttercream, white chocolate fairy wings, and just a little bit of pixie dust!

RELATED ARTICLE: Top 11 Bakery Treats at Disney World

by Mike and Jamie Sylvester

Is it just us or does your inner child come out when stepping foot into a bakery? We aren’t sure if it’s the sweet smell or the enticing appearance of sugary goodness… but yes, we can’t contain our joy! Now double that with the fact that it’s a Walt Disney World bakery and it’s a perfect, sugary fountain of youth. Try to contain the drool on your computer or phone as we check out the top 11 bakery treats at Disney World.


11 – Donuts@ Joffrey Donuts

While it’s not technically a “bakery”, Joffrey Donuts is a great kiosk to stop by for one of the most popular bakery items around the world… DONUTS! We always make sure to stop by one of the Joffrey kiosks in Epcot – one located outside the main entrance and one on the way to Mission: SPACE. You can’t miss these massive and colorful donuts that are literally as big as our children’s faces.

10 – Scones @ Main Street Bakery

What’s better than walking down Main Street U.S.A. at Disney’s Magic Kingdom? Walking down Main Street U.S.A. with a bakery treat in your hand! Stop by Main Street Bakery which is mostly a Starbucks stop. Don’t let the routine Starbucks steer you away from here, however, as the bakery treats alone are worth a visit. Cake pops, cookies, and croissants hit the menu here, but the scones top our list. Scone selections change, but if you get a chance to taste the Blueberry Scone, we’d recommend that one!

 9 –  Sweet Breads @ Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

Maybe you’re a bakery fan, but not always a fan of sweetness overload. Sometimes we tend to lean towards the side of baked bread. Kringla Bakeri in Epcot’s Norway Pavilion has exceptional sweet bread options including their popular School Bread as well as delicious Sweet Pretzels. Just the right amount of sweetness!

8 – Cinnamon Rolls @ Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery

You’ve likely had cinnamon rolls, but have you had Disney’s cinnamon rolls? There are a few locations to snag this bakery treat including the well-known Cinnamon Rolls at Gaston’s Tavern in Magic Kingdom. But, try the Colossal Cinnamon Rolls over at Kusafiri in Animal Kingdom to experience “colossal” taste bud happiness.

7 – Brownies @ Karamell-Kuche

You can’t go wrong with a brownie. Chocolate compacted together for that ultimate richness in every bite – YUM! Brownies can be found at several bakery spots around Walt Disney World but the best bakery to taste these gems is at Karamell-Kuche in Epcot’s Germany Pavilion. Of course, their brownie options typically include a twist of caramel in them since that’s what Karamell-Kuche is known for… but this just makes it all the better!

6 –  Macaroons @ Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie

After such a rich brownie, look for a lighter bakery treat. Keep in mind, Macaroons can be a dangerous treat as they are light enough in taste to make eating several of them an easy task! Our favorite Macaroon stop is Les Halles in Epcot’s France Pavilion. This is one bakery stop you don’t want to pass up.


5 – Gluten-Free, Vegan & Kosher Treats @ Erin McKenna’s NYC Bakery

Prefer to indulge in a gluten-free, vegan and kosher bakery treat? Erin McKenna’s NYC Bakery has you covered! It’s amazing to taste sweet treats like cupcakes, cookies, donuts, brownies, and breads without all the extra ingredients. For our Celiac member in the family, discovering this bakery was as exciting as Christmas morning!

4 – Cakes @ Amorette’s Patisserie

It’s Disney, so go ahead and have your cake and eat it too! No visit to Disney Springs is complete without a stop by Amorette’s Patisserie in Town Center. Known for being a place where foodies flock, you can’t help but immediately spot their case of cakes. Go with a large cake for a celebration with friends and family or enjoy a petit cake perfect for one. Either way you go – this will be a memorable bakery stop your taste buds will be sure to reminisce about for a long time.

3 – Cookies @ Main Street Confectionery

While technically the Confectionery is known as a “candy shop” and not a bakery per say, we must include this sweet treat because cookies are baked treats after all. One of our favorite things about the cookies at the Confectionery at Magic Kingdom is that they are always changing! There is always something new to try that matches the season such as special holiday cookies and even gingerbread cookies. Then, of course, they always have the “regulars” likes chocolate chip and sugar. Main Street and cookies? Sounds like a must-do to us!

2 – Cake Pops @ Big Top Treats

At first glance, Big Top Treats in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom looks like a gift shop with a great spread of merchandise. But once you enter the circus tent, you’ll spot the center of the tent which holds a display case of treats. This location stands out to us as one of the best places to select a cake pop of your choice! There are multiple cake flavors to choose from, each differently dipped in white or milk chocolate. They are then decorated in fun ways, shapes, and some even look like characters. Go ahead and snag a couple!

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1 – Cupcakes @ All Around Walt Disney World

I scream, you scream, we all scream for CUPCAKES?! Yep, cupcakes are THE must-do bakery treat to have right now at Walt Disney World. They’ve stolen the show as the trendiest bakery treat by booming in popularity on social media. Many Disney guests even do what is called the “Cupcake Crawl” around the different parks and resorts. So, what’s the deal with all the cupcake showcasing? Well – for one, Disney’s cupcakes taste amazing with their moist cake and sweet icing. Secondly, Disney has been pulling out all the stops by decorating cupcakes to match the trendiest happenings. New Disney films, characters, rides, or even merchandise? You’ll likely find a specialty cupcake topped and colored to match it in one way or another. So, go ahead and plan your “cupcake crawl” and enjoy posting those photos to Instagram while you’re at it!

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