REVIEW: Take a Jolly Trip Back in Time to Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride with 3 New Items at Friar’s Nook in the Magic Kingdom

For the 50th anniversary, Walt Disney World is paying homage to former attractions with specialty food and beverage items. Of course, we had to stop by The Friar’s Nook today for three items in honor of Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride.


The Friar’s Nook is offering The Wild Toad Brat Burger, Mr. Toad’s Dome Cake, and The Wild Ride slushy,


The Wild Toad Brat Burger – $12.99

Served with Lettuce, Tomato, Pickle, American Cheese, topped with Olive Skewer Eyes served with Tater Bites


With such a “wild” presentation, this burger is sure to be unforgettable.


The sausage patty itself is quite good, but the plastic-like cheese didn’t add much.

Mr. Toad Dome Cake – $7.99

Peanut Cake, Chocolate-Peanut Butter Mousse, and Salty Caramel Center


This is essentially a peanut butter pie dome.


There’s no discernible difference in consistency between any of the layers.


It has a nice, light peanut butter flavor that isn’t too overpowering.

The Wild Ride – $5.99

Frozen Wild Sour Cherry, Blue Raspberry, and Sour Apple topped with Whipped Cream and a Black Licorice Wheel


This takes a cute picture, but we’re never a fan of these slushes as they are way too sweet. If you like the sweetness though, you’ll probably love this one.


It is the least themed of the Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride items at The Friar’s Nook, with only a black licorice wheel to remind you of the ride.


Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride was an opening day attraction at the Magic Kingdom and closed permanently in 1998 when it was replaced by The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Guests can also visit a statue of Mr. Toad in the Main Street Cinema, or head to The Marketplace Co-op at Disney Springs for a photo op in a ride vehicle from the retired attraction.

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  1. Who puts american cheese on a brat. (bad enough it’s a patty!) Otherwise that sandwich wouldn’t be bad at all. (maybe some onions and kraut would be nice.)

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