The Christmas season brought some new sweet treats to Walt Disney World, including the Kakamora Float, which debuted in December at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. The “Moana“-themed dish features rich, creamy coconut soft-serve, pineapple juice, blue Curacao syrup and an adorable chocolate cake pop that looks like a Kakamora, which were the coconut pirates from the movie.
Now, the tropical treat is being served all day at Aloha Isle in the Magic Kingdom. The fun twist on a classic Dole Whip sells for $6.99. According to the Disney Food Blog, this special dessert will probably only be available for a limited time, so make sure to snag one while you can.
Check it out in the photo below that was posted to Instagram by @fastpass_shopping:
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The Kakamora Float at the Magic Kingdom was a Christmas party treat that seems to be sticking around, and I couldn’t be happier. This is one of my favorites! The combination of coconut and pineapple juice is amazing, but the chocolate Kakamora cake pop is the best part. I love Moana, so I’m glad to see more snacks like this showing up at the parks. This coconut Dole Whip might be my new favorite flavor, too. #kakamorafloat #magickingdom #magickingdomfood #disneyfood #disneyfoodie #foodie #orlandofood #waltdisneyworld #disneygram #disneyblogger #disneyinsta #disneyphotography #dolewhip #dolewhipfloat #adventureland #wdwap #wdwpassholder #moana #alohaisle #disneysnacks #disneysnack #disneyvacation #disneyparks #disneydining #annualpassholder #disneytravel #instadisney
“The Kakamora Float at the Magic Kingdom was a Christmas party treat that seems to be sticking around, and I couldn’t be happier,” reads the post. “The combination of coconut and pineapple just is amazing, but the chocolate Kakamore cake pop is the best part.”
Instagram user @tampabay_mom thought it looked so good they had to buy two:
Disney Food Blog agreed that the treat is delicious, and their full review said they wouldn’t mind eating an entire Kakamora cake. They called the float “fruity and refreshing,” and said it can be enjoyed year-round.
This Kakamora Float is not the only variation on the beloved Dole Whip to be introduced at Walt Disney World. In March 2019, Dole Whip Froscatos became available for a limited time at The Basket, the counter service part of Wine Bar George inside Disney Springs. This boozy concoction featured pineapple Dole Whip along with vodka and Moscato wine.
Instagrammer @fzngwizbee tried it out and called the drink “fabulous” in a post:
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The Dole Whip Froscato, made with vodka and moscato, from The Basket at @winebargeorge is fabulous! ððð¹ . . . #dolewhip #dole #pineapple #froscato #vodka #moscato #wine #wdw #disney #disneyworld #waltdisneyworld #disneyparks #winebargeorge #disneysprings #downtowndisney #dolepineapple #disneyfoodie #orlandoeats #orlandofoodie #disneydining #disneyeats #disneysnacks #orlando #florida #floridalife #local #foodie @waltdisneyworld @disneyeats
In 2018, Dole Whip Doughnuts were introduced at Disneyland. This delectable pastry features pineapple-flavored filling, pineapple-flavored icing and toasted marshmallow meringue on top.
Check it out in this Instagram post from Disney Food Blog:
If you prefer your desserts to be a little more dangerous, be sure to stop by Walt Disney World’s Port Orleans French Quarter and get an order of Red Hot Beignets that are injected with Fireball!
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