Here’s Some of the MUST-Have Fall Treats at Disney Springs
It’s time to Fall Into Magic at Disney Springs. We love this time of year. There’s so many great seasonal treats throughout Disney Springs, plus decorations and festive shopping too.
Here’s some of our team’s favorite fall treats at Disney Springs that we’ve enjoyed so far.
Oktobertfest Poutine from – $9.99 (a hit)
If you’re going to load up on seasonal sugary treats, it’s best to start off with something savory. The Daily Poutine is one of my personal favorite spots at Disney Springs. Thick cut fries are topped with cheese curds, stout gravy, bratwurst sausage, and sauerkraut. You certainly need to be a fan of German food, but if you are you’ll enjoy this pile of yummy Oktoberfest flavors. Pairs nicely with a cold beer.
Oogie Boogie Worms and Dirt from Aristocrepes – $4.99 (just okay – best for kids)
If your kiddo is along for the Disney Springs fall adventure, the Oogie Boogie Worms and Dirt is for them. Chocolate pudding, chocolate cookie “dirt” and gummy worms are layered and topped with more gummy worms. It’s a sugary sensation that will please younger palates. And it sure does photograph well. Head to AristoCrepes at Disney Springs Marketplace for this one.
Seasonal Baked Goods from Goofy’s Candy Company – $4.99 – $6.99 (a hit)
Also at Disney Springs Marketplace is Goofy’s Candy Company. This sweet shop is a staple of Disney Springs. The display case is a Halloween fan’s dream. Full of bright orange, yellow, purple, and green you can select from cookies, candy and caramel apples, cupcakes, and even crisped rice treats that resemble pumpkin pie. You really cannot go wrong with whatever you choose. Our team picked up some seasonal frosted sugar cookies. Each one is large enough for three people to split.
Bite-Sized Chocolate Skulls from The Ganachery -$15.00 (a hit)
It is a rare occasion that The Ganachery Chocolate Shoppe disappoints. We were eager to try the new PB&J S’More, but the wait was quite long, which is no surprise. The s’mores at The Ganachery are made-to-order and a grown-up gourmet version of this classic childhood treat. Our team picked up some Bite-Size Chocolate Skulls instead, which come in a box of four; it works out to about $3.75 a piece which is on par with the truffles and other chocolate treats available here. Besides being gorgeous, the dark chocolate is rich and decadent, and the chocolate caramel ganache is smooth.
This is just a sampling of the fall snacks and treats that await at Disney Springs. Another big hit for us are the fall desserts at Amorette’s Patisserie; you can read our review here.
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Are you planning on visiting Disney Springs to enjoy the fall offerings?