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REVIEWS: We Tried Every New Limited-Time Holiday Treat at Magic Kingdom in 2020

The holidays have come to Walt Disney World, which means plenty of new and returning seasonal food items are now available. Here’s our list of all the new holiday treats now available at Magic Kingdom, with links to our reviews.

“An Orange Bird Christmas” White Chocolate Mousse – $5.99

The icon of Sunshine Tree Terrace, our favorite little orange bird, got his very own dessert for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party in 2019. It seemed the dessert was such a hit, that Disney decided to bring the special mousse back this year for the holiday season. Read our review here.

“Twice Upon A Cupcake” – $5.99

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This Twice Upon A Cupcake available at Main Street Bakery is like three cupcakes in one. The red velvet Mickey is hidden in a vanilla cupcake, which is topped with confetti cupcake. Read our review here.

Chip & Dale Gingerbread Churros – $6.19

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This year, it seems Chip and Dale have gotten a little creative in the kitchen and cooked up the guests of the Magic Kingdom some special churros! You can find these churros at Westward Ho and find our review right here.

“Churro Worth Melting For” – $6.50

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This Olaf-inspired churro with marshmallow fluff flurried into the Storybook Circus, and we couldn’t wait to try it. Read our review here.

Salted Caramel “Let it Snow” Cookie Taco – $5.29

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You can pretend it’s snowing tacos at Walt Disney World with this Let it Snow Taco available at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe. Read our review of this unique treat here.

“Spice Up Your Holiday” Chicken Sandwich – $11.99

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Hey, Sonny? Dr. Hank Pym called. He wants his sandwich back. There’s a new special holiday offering at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe, and you’ll be surprised to hear that it has a lot of similarities with a particular sandwich here on planet Earth.

Pistachio Chai Tea Float – $6.49

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Unfortunately, the Pistachio Chai Tea Float has replaced the Kakamora Float at Aloha Isle Refreshments, but we didn’t let that color our review.

“Just A Dream Away” Shake with Churro – $8.49

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There’s a great, big, beautiful tomorrow… just a shake away! It’s Christmas in the 2020’s, the birds are singing, and there’s a brand-new invention at Auntie Gravity’s called a churro milkshake. Read our review here.

“Yuletide Wishes” Chocolate Cake – $4.99

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Everyone gather around the yule log and try this new Christmas-themed treat at Pinocchio Village Haus. Read our review of the “Yuletide Wishes” chocolate cake.

“Belle’s Enchanted Christmas Tree” Macaroons – $5.49

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Belle and her friends have whipped up a new Christmas tree—we mean treat—made of macaroons and frosting. Read our review here.

Minnie’s Merry Cherry Sundae – $6.49

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The newest ice cream creation is Minnie’s Merry Cherry Sundae at Storybook Treats, with cherry-flavored ice cream and a chocolate Minnie bow. Read our review here.

Which holiday treats have you tried at Magic Kingdom? Let us know in the comments below.

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