On the walk to the castle in the Magic Kingdom, we were distracted by the Main Street Confectionary. Although pricey, we were tempted by all the chocolate covered, rice crispies, candied apples, and treats.
The sweet shop sells adorable Mickey Rice Crispies coated in white and milk chocolate.
There are also large face sized rice crispy Mickey’s, plain, chocolate covered and candied.From cookies and cream fudge, Mickey Cashew Nut Cluster, Milk Chocolate S’mores Squares to Cashew Patties, there is chocolate covered everything.
The chocolate covered s’mores was a must. The graham cracker bottom, soft marshmallow and thick chocolate coating was awesome $4.99.
What really amused us was the rice crispy turkey leg for $3.99 each. Although we didn’t have the brined dinosaur sized turkey legs at Frontierland, we did partake in the rice crispy version.
After reading several blogs, we knew we would make our journey to the Aloha Isle at Magic Kingdom for the Dole Whip. Light, sweet and tangy soft serve goodness from the makers of Dole Pineapple Juice and pineapples.
We were even loving the t-shirt promoting and paying homage to the Dole Whip. Fun.
Patrons can chose Dole Whip for $3.49, with or without vanilla swirl or as a Pineapple Float (a pineapple dole whip in pineapple juice) for $4.49. Every iteration looked great in the Florida sun.
The plain Dole Whip looked awesome and next time, we would suggest trying the Dole Whip pure, unadulterated with vanilla swirl.
We tried a half pineapple and vanilla swirl. The creamy vanilla went well with the tangy and sweet pineapple soft serve, however pure Dole goodness would be the next way to go.