Disney’s Key Lime Pie On A Stick Review

Isn’t this pretty??

Have you tried the Key Lime Pie on a Stick yet? The last couple of trips down I missed out on this snack. When I was there in May I almost made it but they just had closed. Last week I was able to get my little hands on one of these amazing treats!!! 

Located at the Neighborhood Bakery in Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Pixar Place with so many tasty treats inspired by The Incredibles. It was hard to choose between the Key Lime Pie on a stick or the Num Num Cookie. I had to go with the Key Lime Pie.

It was cold but wasn’t frozen solid but then again it was August and way to hot that day. The blue coating was colored white chocolate and fell apart when I bit into it and the graham cracker crust was firm but the Key Lime itself was not frozen. I didn’t find it to tart but there was a lot of sweet going on with the blue coating and the crust so that could be why.  I would get this again and if you like key lime pie I highly recommend you give this a try. 

The cost is $4.99 USD and if you are on a Disney Dining plan you could use a snack credit.  

Let me know if you have tried the Key Lime Pie on a Stick and what your thoughts are!  I want to hear if you loved it too!!

This was written by Anna Scott, contact her at Anna@puremagicvacations.ca

Disney’s Magic Kingdom Sleepy Hollow – The Hidden Gem

Sleepy Hollow with CastleSleepy Hollow in the Magic Kingdom can be easily overlooked.  Located just off to the left of the castle, you’re often so focused on the castle you don’t notice this little treasure!  Trust me, after looking at the menu and seeing my pictures, you’ll add this to your list of places to visit!

Located often in the shadows of Cinderella Castle, Sleepy Hollow is just inside of the entrance to Liberty Square.   A quick service location with a menu of snacky food – what could be better than that?

Dining plans are not accepted at this location, always check the official Disney pages for up to date information on inclusions and exclusions.

It’s no secret that I like to snack, I love cupcakes and all sorts of sweets!  So this fresh fruit waffle is exactly what I need!

Sleepy Hollow Waffle

Somehow with the fruit on it I feel like it’s healthy??

Honestly, the fruit just makes it feel like it should be considered a healthy option – but the chocolate spread is what kinda makes me suspect it isn’t.

If you’re looking for a little protein, there is a sweet and spicy chicken sandwich.  On a waffle… Yes – on a waffle with some slaw – and it’s as delicious as it looks.

Sleepy Hollow Chicken Waffle

The chicken was cooked perfectly!

I think you’re supposed to fold these up and eat them like a sandwhich, but they’re just too big.  We had to use a knife and fork for them – and we probably could have shared it.

For the hot dog lover in our group he had to get the pretzel dog.  He said that was good, but maybe not the best dog he’s ever tasted.  I think this place should probably be more about the waffles.  Casey’s has great hot dogs if that’s what you’re after.

Sleepy Hollow Dog

Comes with the house made chips

The menu itself is small but it’s worth stopping by.  I only wish that there was more seating in the area to enjoy the food and the view.

Sleepy Hollow Menu

Have you eaten at Sleepy Hollow?  What did you have?  That Ice Cream sandwich is calling to me!


Three Must-Try Treats at the Roaring Fork at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort

Roaring Fork CupcakeMy family and I spent Christmas of 2017 at Walt Disney World Resort, staying at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. We had such an amazing time together on that vacation, we’d do it again in a heartbeat. We rode attractions together, wandered around the properties admiring all of the festive decorations and swam in the resort pool. My husband and I even got to have a couple of Disney date nights while our son enjoyed time at one of the kids’ clubs.

In addition to all of this family fun, one of the great pleasures of our visit to Walt Disney World Resort was indulging in the many snacks and treats. While it was never a problem finding something delicious to eat, deciding where to take our meal breaks was sometimes a challenge!

On our last evening at Walt Disney World Resort, we decided to hop on a water taxi from Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park over to Disney’s Wilderness Lodge to check out the grounds and have our quick service meal there.

The counter service restaurant at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is called The Roaring Fork, and there we found more than just dinner. We found a whole bunch of amazing snacks and treats to try! With extra snack credits left to burn, we each chose a few special treats to try.

Here are just a few of our favourite goodies from Roaring Fork at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort. The Roaring Fork menu calls these “assorted pastries” or “house-made desserts.”

Roaring Fork_Maple_Bacon

My husband Graham picked his maple bacon donut. Yes, this donut has actual crispy bacon “sprinkles” on top of a glazed maple-flavoured donut! When my husband saw this, he said “I’ve got to try it!” We all shared.

Roaring Fork_Classic Donut

Our son Nate chose this classic donut with icing and Mickey sprinkles. Yummy!

Roaring Fork_Campfire_Cupcake

My pick was this super cute chocolate campfire cupcake. With its flames made of icing and a mini-marshmallow to roast, I couldn’t resist! Yes, we ate the whole thing!

What is your favourite place to try new Disney snacks and desserts?


Amy Urquhart

Amy Urquhart

Amy is a former Disney Cruise Line Cast Member, Vacation Specialist and Certified Cruise Counsellor at Pure Magic Vacations. She lives and works from home in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada with her handsome hubby Graham and her son Nate. The three of them love to travel to Walt Disney World together every chance they get!  She blogs at Amy at Pure Magic Vacations.