You Can’t Miss These Disney World 50th Anniversary Treats On Your Next Trip

The Monte Cristo sandwich actually sparkles!

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Walt Disney World in Florida is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary with a constant influx of new treats. Along with specialty merch and shows, there is plenty of Disney World 50th anniversary food you can’t miss on your next vacay. Not only are the new menu items Insta-worthy, but they also have special ties to the park’s opening as well.

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From a Tangled-inspired pasta dish to colorful churros, here are the 10 Disney World 50th food and drink items you have to try.

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When Will My Life Begin

Where: Cinderella’s Royal Table

An absolute must for any Tangled fans is this creamy pasta dish inspired by Rapunzel. Not only does the yellow pasta and edible flowers look like Rapunzel’s magic hair, but the dish is served in a frying pan — aka Rapunzel’s weapon of choice.

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Monte Cristo Sandwich

Where: The Plaza Restaurant

Disney World has brought back this classic that was originally on the menu when Magic Kingdom opened in 1971. It’s back and better than ever with “Earidescent” sparkling sugar on top.

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The Sword In The Sweet

Where: Cinderella’s Royal Table

Inspired by the Sword in the Stone in Fantasyland, Cinderella’s Royal Table has this sweet treat that is a cookies and cream cheesecake mousse topped with crispy pearls and a cookie sword.

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Tres Leche

Where: Pinocchio Village Haus

This adorable treat is inspired by “it’s a small world” and is a tres leche coconut cake with toasted coconut. Pinocchio Village Haus will be rotating their desserts based on the different countries in “it’s a small world” throughout the 50th celebration as well.

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50th Celebration Hot Dog

Where: Casey’s Corner

This 50th Celebration Hot Dog is inspired by the Monte Cristo sandwich. The all-beef hot dog is topped with strawberry-bacon jam, funnel cake pieces, and sparkling powdered sugar. Yum!

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The Sun Bonnet Trio Salad

Where: Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe

One of the prettiest salads you’ll ever see, this dish is inspired by the cutest Country Bears — The Sun Bonnets. Along with some edible flowers, you’ll find strawberries, tomatoes, and red onions on top of this mixed green salad.

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I Cannot Tell A Lie Shake

Where: Liberty Tree Tavern

This vanilla and cherry shake is inspired by The Hall of Presidents, which was one of the first attractions at Magic Kingdom when the parked opened in 1971. The best part about this shake is its brown sugar-graham cracker rim.

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Veranda Fried Rice

Where: Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen

This Veranda Fried Rice is inspired by the Adventureland Veranda restaurant that was in Adventureland when the park first opened. This spicy chili-garlic shrimp served over pork fried rice was an OG favorite back in 1971.

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50th Celebration Churro

Where: Frontierland Churro Wagon

It wouldn’t be a Disney trip without a churro, and the 50th Celebration Churro is a must-have right now. This Insta-worthy churro is rolled in cinnamon and strawberry sugar and drizzled with marshmallow cream. It’s also topped with shimmer sprinkles and served with a chocolate-hazelnut dipping sauce.

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Chilling Chamber Pops

Where: Sleepy Hollow

If you’re a Haunted Mansion fan, you’ll want to get your hands on one of these ghoulishly delightful dessert pops. Each of the Chilling Chamber Pops has a different flavor and will be rotated throughout the 50th celebration. Currently, you’ll find the Lady on the Gravestone pop with citrus cake and raspberry buttercream.

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