Every New Christmas Treat (with Reviews) For the 2019 Holiday Season at the Magic Kingdom

Put on your Sunday clothes stretchy pants, there’s lots of treats out there! The holidays are officially here at Walt Disney World, and we’ve eaten our way through all of the new offerings. You can check out all of the new treats available at the Magic Kingdom by clicking through on the links below. Set up a snack list, make sure you’re comfy, and head on over to try all the newest holiday treats.

Olaf’s Frozen Hot Chocolate Cake (Available Daily at Main Street Bakery) – $6.99

This gluten-friendly chocolate cake layered with chocolate crispy pearls, chocolate panna cotta, and marshmallow fluff was one of our new holiday favorites.

Santa Mickey Waffle Sundae (Available Daily at Sleepy Hollow) – $7.79

This red velvet waffle topped with mint-chip ice cream, seasonal sprinkles, chocolate sauce, and peppermint powder may be messy, but it’s kind of worth it.

Carved Turkey Sandwich (Party Exclusive, Available at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café) – $12.99

This new oven-roasted turkey sandwich with Applewood smoked bacon, smoked gouda, chipotle garlic aïoli, lettuce, and tomato on a roll is better than anything at Cosmic Ray’s has any right to be.

Deck the Halls (Available Daily at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café) – $8.99

This frozen eggnog topped with whipped cream, confetti sprinkles, and a chocolate bulb shouldn’t be skipped… but is probably best shared.

Christmas Cookie Sundae (Available Daily at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies) – $6.49

Everyone knows soft serve tastes better at the Magic Kingdom. This cookie butter soft-serve topped with whipped cream, chocolate sauce, sprinkles, and a white chocolate piece takes the cake.

Gaston’s Cheese Dip (Party Exclusive, Available at Gaston’s Tavern) – $5.49

One of our most controversial Christmas Party snacks, we wanted to love this beer cheese dip with smoked bacon bits served with breadstick antlers, but it was pretty awful.

An Orange Bird Christmas (Party Exclusive, Available at Sunshine Tree Terrace) – $5.99

Don’t judge a bird by its cover. This orange-scented white chocolate mousse filled with orange curd with a citrus almond cream cake, buttercream leaves, and a white chocolate piece isn’t for everyone, but it’s still pretty good.

Gingerbread Sundae (Available Daily at Storybook Treats) – $6.49

It may be getting too cold for it, but you really can’t go wrong with any of the ice cream treats this year. This is a gingerbread soft-serve sundae topped with whipped cream, gingerbread pieces, and a Minnie Mouse waffle topper.

To Be Jolly Float (Party Exclusive, Available at Plaza Ice Cream Parlor) – $6.99

This peppermint iced coffee concoction looked promising, but wasn’t anything to write home about.

Kakamora Float (Party Exclusive, Available at Aloha Isle) – $6.99

We may have just discovered our new favorite flavor of Dole Whip with this treat. As an added special bonus, you even get a tiny Kakamora cake pop!

Sven’s Carrot Cake (Party Exclusive, Available at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café) – $5.99

Jolly Tamale Christmas (Party Exclusive, Available at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café) – $11.99

We can’t say we loved either of these, but if you’re in the mood for extremely sweet carrot cake or dry chicken tamales, give these a try.

Cherry & Pistachio Float (Available Daily at Aloha Isle) – $5.99

And finally, we’ll end with the most controversial treat of them all. This cherry and pistachio swirl soft-serve served over cold hot chocolate made us question our sanity and our taste buds.

Will you be trying any of these in the coming weeks? Let us know what you thought in the comments below.