Disney Parks Desserts
This sign at Big Top Souvenirs in the new Storybook Cirus area of Fantasyland is designed for tempation! The offerings complement the circus theme perfectly.
These treats from Fantasyland's Storybook Circus pay homage to the mouse in a plethora of bright colors. You can also make your own smaller ones that are perfect for any Mouseke-party!
Have you seen an elephant fly? How about an elephant on a cupcake? Enjoy a Dumbo treat or make a circus tent cupcake at home!
The Disney Parks are known for creating fruit treats that are dipped in chocolate, making it twice as nice. Or you can make an at-home fruit and fondue combo with berries, citrus, apples and more.
In case you ever wanted to know what "The Grey Stuff" was in "Beauty and the Beast" - you can at the Be Our Guest Restaurant. (Hint: It's cookies and cream!)
Everyone's favorite female mouse gets her own cupcake - complete with bows - at Walt Disney World. You can make the Mickey version at home, too!
For holiday time, Disneyland Park's Rancho Del Zocalo sells special character desserts. The cup is filled with chocolate pudding, and yes, that is a white-chocolate candy mickey on top. Or make your own Pudding Cone.
In honor of the Test Track relaunch, the Epcot bakers created these "mini-wheels" - chocolate and red velvet doughnuts with vanilla and chocolate frosting. Or you can make your own tiny treats at home.
Holidays without gingerbread just can't be... and these sweet ones (with Mickey bowtie) are offered at Disneyland Park. Or you can make your own with a "Prep & Landing" twist.
Treats and Sweets
Mickey Mouse Cake Pops
Try the Grey Stuff!
Minnie Mouse Dessert Treat