Disney Springs Sweets, Treats, and Savory Dishes Around For the Holidays

Disney Springs has sweets, treats, and savory dishes to from full meals to small bites just for the holidays.  If you have ever been to Disney Springs you know that everything and anything you could possibly want to eat can be found somewhere within the very large and growing property.  New dining locations are always evolving and turning up at every corner. With that brings several options for you to get your holiday grub on! Follow us through this delicious journey to find the top holiday food and drink around for a limited time!

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar has some of the best(in my opinion) drinks at the Springs! For a limited time, they have a couple of frosty drinks sure to warm you up. The Jack Frost is a Floridian flavor with cinnamon cream liqueur, coconut rum, blue liqueur, pineapple, and lemon juice garnished with an orange. Next is the Jocks Holiday Nog(my favorite) Eggnog, vodka, cinnamon cream liqueur, vanilla syrup, and mint candies on top!

What would lunch be without a burger? How about a “D-Lux” Burger? This turkey burger features fried butternut squash risotto, fresh mozzarella, bacon cranberry jam, lettuce, and tomato. Of course, you can’t have a burger at D’Lux Burger without a shake!  How about the Peppermint Cookies and Cream shake?

The Ganachery never lets us down when it comes to chocolate goodness, especially at the holidays.  Warm up with the Hot Ganache, hot chocolate topped with whipped cream and chocolate crispies. If you want a little zing to it, 21 and older guests can add alcohol to theirs. While you are sipping on your Hot Ganache you can snack on one of the holiday sweets like Santa Mickey Pinata, Mickey and Minnie Christmas Cottage, Peppermint Bark, Eggnog Ganache Squares, and Candycake Ganache Squares!

My favorite thing EVER when I went to Disneyland was their many different flavor churros!  4 Rivers Cantina Barbacoa Food Truck in Disney Springs has brought the magical world of flavored churros into small little Gingerbread balls of goodness! They are tossed in spiced sugar and served with cream cheese frosting to dip.

What would the holidays be without some hot ham or turkey? Luckily the Earl of Sandwich has you covered!  Their Holiday Ham Sandwich – ham, cheddar, yams, and cranberry sauce on freshly-toasted artisan bread and their Holiday Turkey Sandwich – turkey, cornbread stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, and mayonnaise on freshly-toasted artisan bread are so delish you will feel like your at home for holiday dinner.

Saving the best for last… Amorette’s Patisserie! There are so many mouthwateringly good holiday treats they are almost too many to list, but I tried anyway. Don’t judge me while I try them…all…

Gingerbread Hat Cookie Ornaments
Goofy Hat Cookie – Nov. 25-Dec. 1
Donald Hat Cookie – Dec. 2-9
Pluto Hat Cookie – Dec. 10-17
Minnie Hat Cookie – Dec. 18-24
Mickey Hat Cookie – Dec. 25-30
Orange Cranberry Chardonnay Wine Slushy…. oh my! But wait, there’s more!

Peppermint Chocolate Milkshake – topped with whipped cream and served with a paper straw coated in crushed peppermint
Pear Mousse – with poached pear wine reduction and fresh pears
Santa Mickey Macaron Lollipop – filled with eggnog ganache
Snowman Macaron Lollipop – hot-chocolate-flavored macarons filled with milk chocolate ganache and a marshmallow cream center
Spiced Plum Petite Cake – 5 spice chiffon cake with plum pâté de fruit and honey mousse
Winter Wonderland Petite Cake – cinnamon nutmeg chiffon cake with cranberry cherry pâté de fruit and salted caramel calvados mousse
Gingerbread Mickey Dome Cake
Santa Mickey Dome Cake

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