REVIEW: New Peter Pan Key Lime Float and Twinkie Sundae at Storybook Treats, Magic Kingdom

Storybook Treats, the popular ice cream location in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom, is now serving up two imaginative new offerings.

New to the menu is the Peter Pan Float and the Twinkie Sundae. These both seemed pretty interesting, so we decided to try them both.

Peter Pan Float ($5.49)

Comprised of Key Lime soft serve (a first for Walt Disney World), Sprite, and a chocolate feather, the Peter Pan Float takes a pretty picture. The Key Lime soft serve has a very artificial flavor, but it’s still pretty good. The choice to pair it with the lemon-lime flavor of Sprite is an interesting one which will make this more of an acquired taste. I’d equate the flavor to a sour apple lollipop or something of the sort. I’m pretty sure there’s a few people who are going to fall in love with this, even if we weren’t one of them. The chocolate feather being more edible than we’ve come to expect from decorative pieces is also a plus.

Twinkie Sundae ($5.99)

I’ll never fault soft serve ice cream, hot fudge, and whip cream consumption at Disney World, and this may be the better way to enjoy the fried Twinkie than on its own at the adjacent Friar’s Nook. It’s a standard sundae with a single fried Twinkie in it and it’s about as enjoyable as you would expect it to be. Not a bad option if you want something to break up the ice cream flavor as it’s certainly better than the cookie sundae.