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Food at Disney World

Rachel Tousignant

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Anyone who has been to Walt Disney World in Florida knows about the rides, characters, and magical experience. However, some people don’t realize how amazing the food is. They have anything and everything you can think of. From their most famous Pineapple Dole-Whip to the less well known “Grey Stuff,” it’s a guarantee that everyone will find something they love. Finding the food you like can be difficult sometimes; therefore, to help I have rated some well known and not very well known Disney Foods.

All of these foods will be rated out of 5 Mickey Heads. 1 out of 5 is “Not Good,” 2 out of 5 is “Okay,” 3 out of 5 is “Good,” 4 out of 5 is “Very Good,” and 5 out of 5 is “Amazing.” These foods will be judged on personal taste; it can be different for each person.

 

Sorcerer Mickey Caramel Apple:

These caramel apples are made with green sour apples covered in caramel, milk chocolate, white chocolate, and colored sugar. The sour apple balances out the sweetness of the toppings and the fun design is sure to make anyone smile.

 

Cinnamon Roll from Gaston’s Tavern:

These cinnamon rolls are warm and gooey with a little crunch at the top. They’re just like your average cinnamon roll but with an extra caramel glaze covering the entire roll.

Lefou’s Brew from Gaston’s Tavern:

Don’t be fooled by the name. This is a non-alcoholic frozen Apple Juice drink with a hint of Toasted Marshmallow and topped with All-Natural Passion Fruit-Mango Foam. The apple juice and foam were great but the marshmallow flavor was almost not there but it is a good drink to have on a hot Florida day.

 

Pineapple Dole-Whip Float:

This is not your average Pineapple Dole-Whip. It’s Pineapple Dole-Whip floating in Pineapple juice. The Dole-Whip was sweet and the juice was sour creating a nice contrast. A Dole-Whip is the perfect way to cool you off.

 

The “Grey Stuff” from Be Our Guest Restaurant:

This dessert will make you want to sing! It’s a white and milk chocolate mousse topped with little chocolate pearls. Depending on when you go this dessert will be on top of a thin piece of chocolate cake or a small cheesecake with a soft cookie crust. Either way you’ll want to get up and dance with the dishes after eating this dessert.

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