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Top 10 Places To Get Your Sugar Fix In Walt Disney World

Speaking as a Disney addict who also has quite the sweet tooth, here are my favorite places I like to go to in order to get my sugar fix. Because remember, calories don’t count in the World of Disney!

10) Mouse Gear:

This store could also be called a “Disney metropolis” when it comes to shopping in Walt Disney World, but the candy section alone is jaw dropping. Self-serve candy dispensers line an entire wall of the sweet section of the store. Every kind of Goofy’s Candy Company treats can be found here as well, not to mention the large displays of the colorful lollipops that have always been a Disney classic.

9) Candy Cauldron:

This hole-in-the-wall candy shop, found amidst the hustle and bustle of Disney Springs’s West Side, is home to some very sugary sweets. Before you even walk inside, you can watch as cast members make candy and caramel apples through the window. What a dream job, huh? The Candy Cauldron sells self-serve candy by the pound, fudge, dipped apples, and quite possibly the most delicious, soft-baked cookies I’ve ever tasted.

8) Starbucks:

To please even the pickiest of people who need their coffee “just right,” Disney added multiple onsite Starbucks locations, so that everyone can get their “venti-iced -skinny-hazelnut macchiato-sugarfree syrup-extra shot-light ice-no whip” drink. I guess we all have our preferences… Starbucks locations are on Main Street USA, Epcot’s Future World, and in both the Marketplace and West Side of Disney Springs.

7) L’Artisan des Glaces:

With 16 flavors to choose from, this French ice cream shop is the perfect place to get your sugar fix. On top of the ice cream on its own, (excuse my pun), you can also enjoy macaroons and even ice cream martinis, which takes ice cream and gives it a French flair! I love sitting outside at the café tables with the view of the Eiffel Tower. You really feel like you’re dining in the atmosphere of Paris!

6) Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe:

My personal guilty pleasure when exploring around World Showcase is walking though the Norway Pavilion’s pastries shop for the free smells. Upon walking in, I have to say it is hard to resist drooling over the displays of yummy treats. Of course you can buy cheesecake, chocolate mousse, cinnamon rolls, and cookies here, but what keeps people coming back are the native Norwegian pastries. Out of the few they offer, my two personal favorites are the “School Bread” and “Verdens Beste.” The “School Bread” is a cardamom bun with a creamy vanilla sauce, all polished off with toasted coconut flakes and a sweet glaze. The “Verdens Beste” is rum-infused cake smothered in an almond meringue.

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5) Karamell-Küche:

I like to imagine that this shop is what heaven smells like. If you love the sweet and savory scent of caramel, go visit the Germany pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase. When you walk through the double doors of the Karamell-Küche shop, you’ll immediately be enveloped in one of my favorite sugary smells. Werthers Caramels sponsors this shop, so their brand name favorites are for sale here, and they even make made-to order, caramel-dipped goodies for an extra special treats with German flair!

4) Main Street Bakery:

There is a fun fact about how Disney pumps certain smells out of their stores in order to lure guests in to buy their food. The Main Street Bakery doesn’t even have to. The aromas of coffee and yummy treats make your sweet tooth crave something sweet!

3) Goofy’s Candy Company:

When you’re craving candy in Walt Disney World, Goofy’s Candy Company is the place to go. Goofy’s candy brand is the main candy brand in Disney, similar to how Chip and Dale have their brand of salty snacks. Disney Springs’s Marketplace area is home to this candy lover’s paradise. Goofy’s Candy Company has everything from candy and fudge to made-to-order caramel apples and chocolate covered desserts.

2) Amorette’s Patisserie:

Located in Town Center, almost behind The World of Disney Store, is a slice of heaven known as Amorette’s Patisserie. This is a sophisticated pastry shop that you won’t regret visiting and tasting one of their many mouth-watering pastries. They also offer specialty cakes that can be pre-ordered.

1) Main Street Confectionary:

One of the very first stores you see upon walking on the awe-inspiring Main Street USA is The Main Street Confectionary. You can smell this shop before you even step through the door. Sweet, sugary aromas fill the air of this shop, where you’ll drool over the displays where cast members are busy making cotton candy, candy apples, and other delightful desserts. Others items sold here include by-the-pound M&M’s, Rice Krispie treats (my personal favorite), various kinds of fudge, and chocolate covered snacks.

About Alexandra Blazevich

Hello, my name is Alexandra Blazevich and I am a 22 year old journalist. Put quite simply, I am a Disney addict. I am originally from Cary, North Carolina, a small town just outside of Raleigh. In 2013, I moved to Orlando, Florida to dance with The Orlando Ballet, pursuing my childhood dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer- but I spent all my free time either in Disney World or thinking about it. Now, I am a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill and write for a various publications, but Disney will always be my favorite subject to write about.