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PHOTO VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • Photo via Walt Disney World
Just look at it.

Walt Disney World unveiled this month's 12 new Sweet Treats, including ice creams, slushies, doughnuts and cupcakes, which can be found across all Disney parks.



The monster you see above is the Birthday Cake Milkshake of the Month, a ridiculously huge vanilla milkshake with sprinkles mixed in, plus two birthday cupcakes mounted on the sides to resemble ears.

There are also a few other notable new items worth the cavities, like Pumpkin Ice Cream, a Mermaid Doughnut, Witch's Frozen Brew (an Ursula-inspired slushie with frozen lemonade) and Apple Cider Doughnut Holes.
Witch's Frozen Brew at Prince Eric's Village Market in Magic Kingdom - PHOTO VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • Photo via Walt Disney World
  • Witch's Frozen Brew at Prince Eric's Village Market in Magic Kingdom

Apple Cider Doughnut Holes at Isle of Java in Animal Kingdom - PHOTO VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • Photo via Walt Disney World
  • Apple Cider Doughnut Holes at Isle of Java in Animal Kingdom

Mermaid Cupcake at BoardWalk Bakery in Disney's BoardWalk - PHOTO VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • Photo via Walt Disney World
  • Mermaid Cupcake at BoardWalk Bakery in Disney's BoardWalk

Coconut Macaroons at BoardWalk Bakery in Disney's BoardWalk - PHOTO VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • Photo via Walt Disney World
  • Coconut Macaroons at BoardWalk Bakery in Disney's BoardWalk

Ariel Cupcake at Intermission Food Court in Disney's All-Star Music Resort - PHOTO VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • Photo via Walt Disney World
  • Ariel Cupcake at Intermission Food Court in Disney's All-Star Music Resort

The Chosen One at The Artist's Palette in Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa - PHOTO VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • Photo via Walt Disney World
  • The Chosen One at The Artist's Palette in Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

Princess Cakes at Amorette's Patisserie in Disney Springs - PHOTO VIA WALT DISNEY WORLD
  • Photo via Walt Disney World
  • Princess Cakes at Amorette's Patisserie in Disney Springs


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