REVIEW: New PB&J Croissant at Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

Shannen Ace

Hand holding a PB&J Croissant covered in pink icing and powdered sugar, with a large "POP" sign in the background.

REVIEW: New PB&J Croissant at Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

The new PB&J croissant has arrived at Everything POP Shopping & Dining in Disney’s Pop Century Resort. This is one of four new croissant treats at Walt Disney World. It will also be available at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort beginning on May 22.

PB&J Croissant – $5.79

A hand holding a pink-dipped PB&J Croissant in front of the large, colorful "POP" sign at Disney's Pop Century Resort.

This croissant is filled with peanut butter and jelly. Half of it is topped with a pink sugary frosting while the other half is dusted with powdered sugar. There are small red flakes with a sweet, tart flavor like raspberry or cranberry.

A hand holding a partially eaten PB&J Croissant coated in pink icing, revealing a jelly-filled center with a background of green foliage.

PB&J fans will love this. The peanut butter-to-jelly ratio is perfect. There’s not too much of either but there’s enough in each bite. That said, the jelly is the star of this selection. It reminds us of a jelly-filled donut.

Hand holding a PB&J Croissant covered in pink icing and powdered sugar, with a large "POP" sign in the background.

The frosting is sweet but nothing special. It makes for a prettier picture and might help the croissant hold the heavy fillings. This is an interesting and happy marriage between croissant and sandwich.

A hand holding a torn-open PB&J Croissant with pink icing and powdered sugar, revealing a jelly-filled center. Greenery is visible in the background.

It may seem silly to say but this tastes like a peanut butter and jelly croissant. If you’re looking for a new flavor, you may be disappointed. And if you don’t like PB&J, definitely avoid this. It’s also super messy and a bit sticky. But it’s a fun alternative to something like an Uncrustable.

Rating out of 7: 5

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