The BEST Part of Disney’s New Desserts Is NOT What You’ll Eat

Did you know there’s a place where you can dine with DINOSAURS in Disney World?!

T-Rex in Disney Springs

T-Rex Restaurant is the prehistoric version of Rainforest Café, and you’ll find it at Disney World’s shopping and dining center, Disney Springs. While the atmosphere is fun and exciting, the food isn’t always our favorite. But could NEW desserts CHANGE that?

On their Twitter account, the Disney Springs restaurant revealed some all-new sweet treats they’ll be serving up for a limited time only. And each treat comes with a souvenir you get to keep!

Inside T-Rex Cafe

These Light-Up Celebration Projector Desserts each come in a souvenir glass (which lights up!) that you can take home with you. There are four different glasses in total, and it looks like a few different Disney World restaurants will each have its own dessert. T-Rex, Rainforest Café, and Yak & Yeti are all featured (note that these restaurants are all owned by the same company, which explains the matching desserts). The layered desserts appear to have a variety of tasty flavors, from chocolate to caramel to strawberry.

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While these items haven’t made their way to the official menu on the Disney site, we will keep an eye out for more details, including ingredients and pricing. And if you’re dining at one of these restaurants soon, be sure to ask about the new desserts! Stay tuned to our site for updates on this and other delicious finds at Disney.

See our recent review of T-Rex Restaurant here.

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