Frozen Fever and more spring treats at Disneyland and Walt Disney World

Olaf Cupcake

Anna’s Happy Birthday Cupcake (photo by: Disney)

 

Looks like Frozen Fever is still in full effect at the Disney Parks . The new animated short has influenced some special treats that will be offered at the Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts beginning April 8th. One of the iconic scenes from the cartoon is Olaf grabbing a bite of the wedding cake before the celebration. Anna’s Happy Birthday Cupcake looks just like a miniaturized version of the gigantic center piece. This sweet delight is a concoction of vanilla cake with ice blue buttercream frosting. It’s adorned with marshmallows, sugar candy pieces, and our friend Olaf in white chocolate. You can find this tantalizing treat at various quick-service locations around both resorts.

Disneyland:
Jolly Holiday Bakery Café
Market House

Disney California Adventure:
Pacific Wharf Café
Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café

Disneyland Hotel:
The Coffee House

Magic Kingdom:
Main Street Bakery
Gaston’s Tavern

Hollywood Studios:
Starring Rolls Cafe
ABC Commissary

Epcot:
Sunshine Seasons
Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

Other WDW Resort Locations:
Boardwalk Bakery
Beach Club Marketplace
Contempo Café
Gasparilla Island Grill
Landscape of Flavors
The Mara

If you’re in the mood for a real Frozen treat, try Olaf’s Perfect Sundae Day. It’s birthday cake ice cream covered in hot fudge with brownie chunks, ice blue colored mint marshmallows, whipped cream and sprinkles. This sundae looks so good it may be worth melting for. At Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, you can find this delight at Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor and Clarabelle’s, respectively. Walt Disney World guests will want to visit Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, Hollywood Scoops or Beaches & Cream Soda Shop.

Olaf Sundae

Olaf’s Perfect Sundae Day (photo by: Disney)

Those celebrating a special occasion, or who simply want a slice of Frozen magic, table-service restaurants at both resorts will have a full-size ice cream cake inspired by Princess Anna’s birthday cake from the animated short. Look for it at Carnation Café, Wine Country Trattoria, Storytellers Café or Steakhouse 55 inside Disneyland Resort. At Walt Disney World, this is available at Trattoria al Forno, Captain’s Grille, The Wave… of American Flavors, Sanaa, and Coral Reef Restaurant.

Easter Apple

Bunny Apples and Egg Pops (photo by: Disney)

Less than a week ago, we wrote about special Spring menus being featured at Disneyland. Now it looks like the resort is going full bloom this April with apples and cake pops. Have you ever heard the expression, “you’re so cute, I could just eat you up!” Truer words could not be said about the Bunny apples. The caramel-dipped delights are studded with marshmallows for the mouth and tail. Then it’s covered in white chocolate and finished off with sanding sugar. Little bits of chocolate pieces represent the eyes and adorable button nose.

Dark Chocolate Raspberry Apple

Dark Chocolate Raspberry Apple (photo by: Disney)

If you’re not into cute bunnies, how about a monster dark chocolate raspberry apple? The gigantic fruit is draped in caramel and dipped in dark chocolate. There is a raspberry flavored white chocolate drizzled all over. Need more chocolate? On the top and bottom third of the apple has been adorned with semi-sweet and white chocolate chips, as well as chunks or roasted almonds.

If apples aren’t your thing (Snow White?), you can try an egg pop. Wait, what’s that you ask? This treat is a cake pop shaped like our buddy Humpty Dumpty. Each is dipped in white chocolate and decorated with colored sugar. Tiny milk chocolate discs were created so all could get their very own Mickey Ears.

These sweets will only be available for a limited time. So, put on your best bunny ears and hop on over to the Disney Parks.

Which of these delectable delights do you want to try? Let us know!

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