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Picture Perfect Sweets and Treats at Walt Disney World

Diana Blinkhorn of is sharing her favorite Disney treats we know you’ll LOVE!

When I heard that Walt Disney World had recently debuted some over-the-top snack creations, I packed up my family and decided to scour the parks looking for the most Instagram-worthy goodies. And man did I find them. Here are just a few of my favorites.



This giant chocolate chip cookie is what dreams are made of, with a crispy outside with a warm and gooey inside. This cookie, an ode to Jack Jack’s cookie obsession in Incredibles 2, can be found at The Neighborhood Bakery in Pixar Place at Hollywood Studios.



There are always delicious snacks at Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival, but when I laid my eyes on the Spring Fantasy Cotton Candy flower, I was in complete awe. I wasn’t the only one. Lines for this too-pretty-to-eat snack have been said to be over an hour long. For that reason, they are no longer making the 5-layer version and will sometimes close the line as it gets closer to the end of the day. I waited for about 20 minutes and it was totally worth it. The bottom candy was light and airy with a unique floral flavor, and this was pretty much the prettiest snack I have ever seen. You can find the Spring Fantasy Cotton Candy Flower at The Lotus House in the China Pavilion.



Who doesn’t love Disney-Pixar’s “Up?” One of the newest cones we found during our Magic Kingdom snack tour was inspired by one of my favorite movies. This blue sugar cone is topped with mango soft-serve and a candy balloon made of white chocolate covered in candy coated chocolate balloons.  This treat can be found at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies in Tomorrowland.



Inspired by the movie “Tangled,” this purple cone comes topped with lemon soft-serve, lovely edible flowers and sparkly edible glitter! This is the perfect treat if you are looking for something light and refreshing. Find this cone at Storybook Treats in Fantasyland.



This infamous cone is inspired by the movie “Moana” and features a blue sugar cone topped with raspberry soft-serve, pineapple Dole Whip, sugar eyes and sour candy. The raspberry’s one of my favorite treats. You can find this cone at Aloha Isle in Adventureland, but keep in mind these lines can get quite long.



The prettiest pretzel in all the land had to be the Mickey Confetti Pretzel: a Mickey pretzel dipped in marshmallow fluff and topped with confetti sprinkles. Find this at the Tortuga Tavern by Pirates of the Caribbean.

Related: Disney offers Florida resident special discounts through Discover Disney pass, but time is running out!

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Laura Byrne
Laura Byrne
Laura Byrne is an award-winning former television news journalist who spent 15+ years in newsrooms across the state of Florida including Sarasota, Tallahassee, Fort Myers and right here in Tampa Bay where she still freelances on occasion. She covered the political beat, crime beat and every day breaking news during her time in Florida newsrooms, but is now focused on sharing positive news stories and events with families in Tampa Bay. She is a proud mommy of two little boys who keep her on her toes and laughing every day. Her goal is to inspire families just like yours to get out and play and experience all that Tampa Bay and our great state of Florida have to offer! She encourages you to share your stories and upcoming events so we can spread the good news.

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