Snickers, Dove Chocolate, M&M’s & More Collide with Classic Disney Treats on NEW Menu for Main Street Confectionery at Magic Kingdom

The menu has been released for the Main Street Confectionery at Magic Kingdom, now sponsored by Mars Wrigley, which will reopen on September 29 after a lengthy refurbishment. In addition to “interactive opportunities” and a candy wall of M&M’s and Skittles, there are several new treats that guests will be able to try at the shop.


Mobile order will be available when the Confectionery reopens and the menu can be viewed from the mobile order option on My Disney Experience.


Though it is known as the Main Street Confectionery (with an “e” before “ry”), My Disney Experience currently has the mobile order option available under Main Street Confectionary (with an “a”).


There are eight caramel and candied apples listed, including a standard caramel apple for $5.99 and themed caramel apples for $11.99.


Under “confections” is where you’ll find $5.99 marshmallow treats, all covered with M&M’s, as we saw in the preview of new treats yesterday. The marshmallow treats are themed to Mickey, Classic Mickey, Mickey Halloween, and Classic Minnie.


There are also various fudge and pretzel rod options. The fudge options are each $4.99, while the pretzel rods are $4.79.

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There are several themed crisped rice cereal treats with M&M’s or Snickers. They are each $5.99.


Cookies are each $5.49 each, and may include M&M’s, Skittles, or Snickers, depending on what you choose. The Brownie Pie is made with standard milk chocolate M&M’s, caramel M&M’s, peanut M&M’s, and milk chocolate drizzle.


Finally, there are bakery treats. Here’s where you’ll find chocolate and vanilla cupcakes ($5.49 each), M&M’s and Snickers chocolate cake pops ($4.99 each), and a Mickey scone made with DOVE chocolate ($4.99).

What are you most excited to try? Let us know in the comments.

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