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Popular Snack is Back at Disney World!

Popular Snack is Back at Disney World!

Many were upset over the removal of a popular snack, but we have good news. It’s back!

Disney Snacks

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Of course we visit the Disney Parks for the magic, attractions, and characters, but closely behind these we also visit for the food. We love share our share favorite snacks, dinners, 50th anniversary treats, and even salads found throughout Walt Disney World.

Some Guests enjoy trying new snacks and food on each trip, while others enjoy the same classics from previous trips. Favorites at the Magic Kingdom include Spring Rolls from the Adventureland cart, Fresh Fruit Waffles at Sleepy Hollow, and the Citrus Swirl at Sunshine Terrace.

Citrus Swirl

Credit: KtP writer Donna

Who doesn’t love a refreshing cold treat on a hot day in the Magic Kingdom? The Citrus Swirl has a huge following, and Guests can even snap a photo with Orange Bird holding a Citrus Swirl!

Unfortunately, this delicious treat was removed from the Mobile Order menu for Sunshine Tree Terrace earlier this year. The Citrus Swirl was also removed from the signage at the Sunshine Tree Terrace.

It’s back

Screenshot: MDE

Citrus Swirl is back on the menu at Sunshine Tree Terrace! As you can see in the screenshot above, it’s back on the mobile order option in the My Disney Experience app.

However, it is not currently listed on the official menu, but that is probably a matter of simply adding it back on. If it’s worth anything, there is still a picture of the Citrus Swirl on the web page along with the following: “Sip on some sunshine with a Citrus Swirl-a tasty treat blended with frozen orange juice slushy and vanilla soft-service ice cream.”

What is your favorite snack/food in the Magic Kingdom? Do you love the Citrus Swirl? What do you think about the removal of this from the Magic Kingdom? Do you hope that it will return? Share your thoughts with us on our Facebook Page.

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