The 6 Most ‘Grammable Treats at Magic Kingdom
Disney World, particularly Magic Kingdom, is arguably one of the most photogenic locations in the country. While you've seen your fair share of Mickey ice cream bars and Dole Whips on your feed, we sought to find *highly* Instagrammable treats that you're going to want to check out on your next visit to the house of Mouse in Orlando. The best part? They taste as good as they look. Oh — and they're all under $6.
Hei Hei Cone ($5): This Moana-inspired frosty treat is part pineapple (yes, similar to Dole Whip) and part raspberry soft serve with a candy garnish and blue cone to resemble our favorite animated rooster from Motunui. Where to Find: Aloha Isle in Adventureland
Wish Granted Donut ($5): On a bed of glittering gold sprinkles lies a magic lamp, ready to release a genie (blue cotton candy). This ornately decorated donut will satiate you until the live action release of a href="https://www.brit.co/disney-live-action-aladdin-first-full-trailer/">Aladdin Where to Find: Sunshine Tree in Adventureland
Tangled Eclair ($5): If pastries are your jam, this floral-bedecked eclair is pure puffed perfection, filled with dulce de leche. With a nod to Rapunzel with the golden frosting (white chocolate whipped cream!), sugar flowers, and a little chocolate frying pan (yes, we're serious) it's a beautifully subtle confection — and pairs nicely with any Tangled merch you might have on! Where to Find: Pinocchio Village Haus in Fantasyland
Lost Princess Cone ($5): With a purple cone to match our heroine Rapunzel's dress, a golden tower of
hair lemon soft serve, and pretty little edible flowers in said hair soft serve, this is arguably one of the prettiest treats in all four parks. Eat it quickly before Pascal gets to it!
Where to Find: Storybook Treats in Fantasyland
Briar Rose Gold Crispy Treat ($5): It shimmers and shines with the subtlest of blush gold — the Princess Aurora-inspired, Minnie Mouse-themed cereal treat is begging to be photographed. Dipped in white chocolate and dotted with M&Ms, this marshmallowy snack is the ideal portable piece when you're going from ride to ride. Catch the rest of the Sleeping Beauty "Briar Rose Gold" collection at the confectionery (including the cake pop and caramel apple!) and get matching Minnie ears throughout the park. Where to Find: Main Street Confectionery in Main Street USA
Wonderland Slush ($6): Have we gone mad? This is no ordinary slush! Cool off from the hot Florida heat while you flash your best Cheshire Cat smile for the 'gram. Frozen raspberry lemonade and grape Fanta make the sassy stripes on this chilly refreshment, and you'll sip it all through a strawberry rock candy straw. Where to Find: Cheshire Café in Fantasyland
(Photos via Dominique Michelle Astorino / Disney for Brit + Co)