Every year, Disney World chefs whip up delicious food, drinks, & desserts with the holidays in mind. The themed eats are not only tasty, but some are downright adorable. To help you navigate the parks to find these must-try treats, I have a Disney World Christmas Treats Guide for you!
FREE Printable Christmas Treats Guide for Disney World
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays! Yes, I am giving anyone who visits my site this free printable. The holidays are for giving, not just receiving. I’m happy to share in the joy of giving this season.
Included in your download is a printable PDF page for Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, the Animal Kingdom and Disney Springs. Just print them out, choose your favorites and take them into the parks with you. Epcot is not included in this printable because their holiday treats come in the form of Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays.
Find out more about Festival of the Holidays in this post.
Disney World Holiday Treats
During the 2021 holiday season, Disney Springs will have the most treats and drinks of any Disney World location. Don’t forget to take all 3 pages of tempting Christmas snacks and cocktails with you on your next visit.
You can plan a day to tour the shopping area, or drop by a few times after a shorter park day. It’s quite a challenge to try and get them all in, but I’m sure most Walt Disney World guests are ready to take on that task!
Magic Kingdom Treats
First, you’ll want to visit the most magical place on Earth to get your fill of sweets. A few of the Magic Kingdom treats you’ll find at the park in 2021 include:
- Christmas Cookie Sundae (Tomorrowland)
- Gingerbread Almond Cake Pop (Frontierland)
- Ginger Apple Funnel Cake (Fantasyland)
- Mickey Cinnamon Roll (Main Street, USA)
While enjoying those holiday snacks, be sure to check out the best rides for preschoolers at the Magic Kingdom to make the most of your day.
Hollywood Studios Treats
Next, if you’re looking for holiday cocktail for the grown ups and sweet treats for the kids, Hollywood Studios is a great park for all ages. Personally, it’s my favorite park, and, lately, it’s had the most seasonal goodies available of any of the four theme parks.
In Hollywood Studios you’ll find:
- Holiday Bliss Cocktail (The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge and Tune-In Lounge)
- Frozen Caramel Salted Hot Chocolate (ABC Commissary, Backlot Express, Rosie’s All-American Cafe, PizzeRizzo)
- Red Velvet Whoopie Pie (Backlot Express & Trolley Car Cafe)
Last year, the Red Velvet Whoopie Pie was one of the most popular snacks of the season, so don’t miss it!
Animal Kingdom Treats
Finally, Animal Kingdom park doesn’t have a lot of Christmas options this year, but that’s par for the course for this park. It is the number one park for savory holiday foods. If you’re over all the sugary delights check out these savory choices:
- Roasted Squash Soup (Tiffins Restaurant)
- Thanksgiving Dinner (Tusker House Restaurant)
- Thanksgiving Bowl (Satu’li Canteen)
There’s a wide variety of delectable flavors across all four Disney World parks & Disney Springs. We hope you’ll enjoy the Disney World Christmas Treats Guide. If it helps you plan a magical Christmas vacation, please share on social media and tag Sarah in the Suburbs!