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VIDEO: You Only Have a Few Days Left to Grab This Seasonal, Smashable Treat

There’s nothing like the holiday season at Walt Disney World! Everybody knows that immediately after the Thanksgiving season ends, the holly, jolly season begins.

The spirit of the holidays is all around, from Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and EPCOT. Festive decorations, music, and seasonal snacks can be found wherever you go in Walt Disney World.

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

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But the holiday magic isn’t limited to just Disney Parks. Upon visiting Disney Springs, Guests will find a collection of intricately themed Christmas trees, seasonal activities, and, best of all, seasonal treats.

From beverages to snacks, Disney Springs has one of the most extensive selections of holiday foods to try at Walt Disney World.

The official Disney Parks TikTok account (@disneyparks) recently shared a video of one of the most exciting holiday treats.

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Dashing all the way to The Ganachery to try this Reindeer Chocolate Piñata❤️? (via @Christina Petsos) #DisneyEats #DisneyParks #DisneyFoodie

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This smashable snack is a chocolate Minnie Reindeer Piñata, and it’s currently on sale at The Ganachery in Disney Springs.

This treat is made of a dark chocolate sphere decorated with a red nose, an iconic Minnie Mouse bow, and glittery reindeer antlers, all of which are just as tasty as they are adorable! Upon smashing this chocolate piñata, you’ll find delicious peppermint bark inside.

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The Minnie Reindeer Piñata costs $28 and even comes with a little wooden mallet so Guests can properly smash this treat open.

However, part of what makes the holiday season so magical at Walt Disney World is how limited it is. Although the decorations go up immediately after the Thanksgiving season ends, they usually come down after the first week of January.

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If you’d like to try the Minnie Reindeer Piñata, then now’s the time to visit The Ganachery at Disney Springs!

About Isabella Reimer

Isabella Reimer grew up visiting Walt Disney World and relocated to Central Florida to be even closer to The Most Magical Place on Earth. She earned her Bachelor’s from Florida State University, where she studied Creative Writing and Women’s Studies. Her biggest hobby is bonding with the ikran at Avatar Flight of Passage, and her retirement plan includes becoming the 1,000 Happy Haunt of the Haunted Mansion.