It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around Walt Disney World resort. Ever since November 1, the parks have started to transform for the most magical time of the year. Even with Christmas things in full swing, Disney still has a few Thanksgiving-inspired treats for you to try this month.
Thanksgiving Cupcake at Disney’s Animal Kingdom
This Thanksgiving Cupcake is almost too cute to eat! Made from yellow cake and filled with a delicious cinnamon mousse, guests will enjoy gobbling this treat up. The cupcake is also topped with a festive turkey made of buttercream and chocolate. You can find this Thanksgiving cupcake at various quick service locations around Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where it can be purchased for $5.99 or a snack credit on the Disney dining plan.
Pumpkin Whoopie Pie at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts
Here’s a new Mickey-shaped treat to try just in time for Thanksgiving. This Pumpkin Whoopie Pie is made from Mickey-shaped pumpkin cake filled with buttercream frosting. For decoration, the Pumpkin Whoopie Pie sprinkled with colorful candy leaves around the edges. The whoopie pie is topped with a yummy chocolate drop that’s pressed to reveal a Mickey head imprinted on it. Stop by The Market at Ale and Compass or the Beach Club Marketplace to try this fall-inspired treat.
Thanksgiving Feast Cupcakes at Disney’s All Star Resorts
Disney’s All Star Resorts are currently offering two different Thanksgiving Feast Cupcakes. One is cornucopia-inspired, and the other is turkey feast-inspired. Both cupcakes are made with yellow cake and filled with a delicious chocolate ganache. Decorated with vanilla buttercream, these fall cupcakes are topped with sprinkles and sugar cornucopias or turkeys. Each Thanksgiving Feast Cupcake is $5.49 or one snack credit.
Turkey Sundae at Disney Springs
Vivoli il Gelato is serving up a pretty sweet turkey-inspired treat this month. From now until Nov. 30, guests can stop by and try a decadent Turkey Sundae. The Turkey Sundae is made from three scoops of delicious chocolate gelato, colorful lady fingers to represent the turkey’s feathers, and a chocolate-dipped cookie with a candy corn beak for the face. This sundae is served in a waffle bowl topped with whipped cream and chocolate sauce.
The pumpkins may be gone, but there are still some fall feels around Walt Disney World thanks to these sweet Thanksgiving treats. If you’re headed to the Most Magical Place on Earth this month, don’t forget to try these autumn-exclusive desserts.