Disney Springs holiday treats are a festive feast for the season


Walt Disney World is always a treat at the holidays but Disney Springs holiday treats might tempt guests away from all that last-minute holiday shopping.

Are you ready to take a stroll through all the Disney Springs holiday treats? While the Walt Disney World theme parks, like Epcot’s Festival of the Holidays, and the various gingerbread house displays often are the focus on the Disney holiday celebrations, Disney Springs has some delicious options that will tempt your taste buds. Plus, you don’t have to purchase a theme park ticket to enjoy these Disney holiday treats.

Both visitors and local love Disney Springs for all the shopping and restaurants located on property. From celebrity chefs’ restaurants to shopping to entertainment options, wandering through Disney Springs can be a great way to spend the day.

During the holiday season, the Christmas Tree Stroll, with all the Disney themed decorated Christmas trees, is a lovely way to get into the holiday spirit. From the “snow” to the holiday songs, that leisurely walk will stir a little hunger for all the Disney Springs holiday treats.

Luckily, FoodSided has found a few holiday treats that are must try bites. Whether you enjoy a few at Disney Springs or sneak one home for Christmas morning, these delicious bites will make your holiday seem merry and bright.

Jingle Bell Pops at Disney Springs, photo provided by Disney Parks

Amorette’s Patisserie

Everyone knows that the pastry chefs Amorette’s Patisserie create delicious and visually stunning desserts. At the holidays, the options are even more exquisite.

This year, the choices include Holiday Petit Cake, Mickey Santa Dome Cake, Yule Log Dessert, and Ornament Macaron. The star of the holiday offerings is definitely the Ornament Pastry. With a bourbon hot chocolate mousse, this dessert will make you definitely go back for more.

The Ganachery

Just a whiff of all the chocolate goodness from The Ganachery will make your stomach growl. From peppermint bark chocolate covered stollen bread, it is a chocolate extravaganza.

Two desserts that are a must are the Piñatas. Santa Mickey Piñata is filled with house-made marshmallows and the Reindeer Pluto Piñata is filled with Reindeer Chow. These presents might need to be cracked open before Christmas.

Ugle Sweeter Bread at Disney Springs, photo provided by Disney Parks

Jock Lindsey’s Hanger Bar

Jock Lindsey’s Hanger Bar has all types of holiday cocktails and holiday treats. From deviled eggs to the ugly sweeter bread, it makes this restaurant a must stop. You might have to try to recreate this holiday treat at home.

Other sweet treats include Cookie Dough and Everything Sweet Food Truck peppermint cookie dough, AristoCrepes Holiday Bubble Waffle and Mrs. Claus’ Churro Bites with Peppermint Chocolate Sauce on the Christmas Tree Trail.

And, if you prefer some savory bites for holiday treats, don’t forget to stop by the Daily Poutine or B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co for some turkey holiday dishes.

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Which Disney Springs holiday treats are tempting you? Do you think that you can eat them all in one visit?