If there is one thing that is synonymous with the holidays, it’s eating more than your fair share of delicious treats, and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is ready to help make those dreams come true. If you’re planning to attend the Christmas Party, use this guide to make sure you don’t have any regrets about the treats you didn’t get to eat.
There are three different classifications of food at the party: complimentary, available for additional purchase exclusively at the Christmas Party, and Christmas-themed snacks that are available all day long at the park. We’ll kick it off with all of the treats that are complimentary and included with the price of admission. You can find all of these throughout the park by looking out for the giant inflatable candy cane markers.
Starting in Adventureland at Tortuga Tavern (across from Pirates of the Caribbean) you can find blue raspberry sno-cones and snowman-shaped soft pretzels. However, if you have to choose, the pretzels are the real star of this show.
Moving on to Adventureland, the next complimentary treat available at the Liberty Square Ticket Office are ginger molasses cookies and eggnog. The cookies are soft with a slight molasses flavor – definitely worth a stop in on your way to see Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration on the castle stage.
In Fantasyland, there are three stops for snacks included with admission. At Pinocchio Village Haus, you can choose between a variety of all four cookie options available for the party: ginger molasses, peppermint crunch, Santa sugar cookie and snickerdoodle, with a choice of hot cocoa or apple cider. At the Friar’s Nook (across Seven Dwarfs Mine Train) you can find chilled apple cider and an assortment of Dove chocolates. At Storybook Circus, peppermint crunch cookies (a personal favorite).
Tomorrowland is the last stop for complimentary treats, with two locations to stop by. At Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe, you can get snickerdoodles and hot chocolate, or hit Auntie Gravity’s for the same sno-cone available in Adventureland.
The next set of holiday snacks are all available for purchase, starting at 7:00 p.m., exclusively for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Guests.
At Sleepy Hollow, you can find Red Velvet Mickey Waffles with vanilla ice cream priced at $6.49, as well as a Nightmare Before Christmas-themed Sandy Claws cake push pop for $5.99.
The Main Street Bakery and Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn Cafe both have a different version of a yule log priced at $4.99. Main Street bakery’s is Raspberry flavored, while Peco’s Bill’s is chocolate.
Gaston’s Tavern has a Scrooge McDuck Eggnog custard dessert, complete with chocolate coin on top, as well as a Vanellope-themed eclair, and a holiday punch flavored version of LeFou’s Brew.
Last but not to be missed, are the holiday themed treats that you can purchase all day, all season long.
At the Magic Kingdom, you can find two different versions of a peppermint ice cream sundae. At Storybook Treats, get it in soft serve form, and at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, get a mint chocolate chip ice cream sundae topped with crushed peppermint.
The Main Street Bakery offers a Mickey-shaped Christmas cinnamon bun, or a red velvet peppermint-filled cupcake.
Overall, Christmas themed and flavored treats are always our favorite (especially anything peppermint!) and this year’s offerings do not disappoint. If attending the party, make sure you eat as many complimentary treats as you can manage (and plenty of the peppermint crunch cookies). Happy holidays, and happy eating!