If visitors need their pumpkin spice and cinnamon apple fix in between rides, Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts have loads of options to choose from
Fall has landed in the restaurants at Disney Parks.
If visitors need their pumpkin spice and cinnamon apple fix in between rides, Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts have loads of options to choose from. Whether the seasonal treats are shaped like Disney characters or just flavored for fall, here are some of the must-try food and drink options at Disney Parks that Disney Parks Food Blog rounded up.
In between rides, guests can dive into some new and returning sweet selections include the pumpkin chai cream puff, which is pumpkin-shaped and filled with pumpkin chai mousse and topped with white chocolate pearls available at Jolly Holiday Bakery Café in Disneyland Park, or a plant-based apple tart tatin from Walt Disney World’s Steakhouse 71 packed with caramelized Granny Smith apples and served with blackberry gelato. Other new offerings include a pumpkin-hazelnut tart at Centertown Market in Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, which combines pumpkin cheesecake and hazelnut ganache in a tart shell.
But it wouldn’t be the parks without some Disney-decorated dishes! The Jack Skellington éclair filled with pumpkin cream from Amorette’s Patisserie in Disney Springs is a new and spirited choice. Otherwise, the Ganachery in Disney Springs is serving Donald candy corn chocolate piñata, a white chocolate shell filled with pumpkin-spiced marshmallows.
No need to fear if you are looking for something savory, the restaurants have autumnal offerings to enjoy before dessert. For a plate full of blue corn chips loaded with pumpkin cheese sauce, grilled chicken, corn pico, cilantro crema and dried cranberries, the chicken adobo nachos from Disney’s Art of Animation Resort and Disney’s Pop Century Resort are ideal to order.
Looking for something light but still fall-flavored? Walt Disney World’s Grand Floridian Café has a heirloom apple salad with cheddar, pecan brittle and crispy prosciutto, which is a good option.
Seasonal sips are popping up all over the resorts, too. A Pumpkin Down float, combining vanilla ice cream with the Ballast Point Pumpkin Down beer, can be ordered from Ballast Point Brewing Co. in Downtown Disney District. Or head to Pixar Pier to try Lamplight Lounge’s butterscotch apple mule, with spiced rum, butterscotch schnapps, apple-spiced simple syrup, lemon juice and ginger beer.
For nonalcoholic options, Oogie Boogie apple lemonade, a neon green drink with cherry popping spheres and raspberry sauce, is served at Disney California Adventure Park’s Smokejumpers Grill.
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