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UPDATE: Churros!

Abbey White
February 06, 2018

The appearance of a “Rose Gold” cupcake at Disney earlier this month was apparently only the tip of the mouse ears. While Ultra Violet might be Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year, the aesthetic appeal and wave of interest in Rose Gold is still very much in full swing. Considered a symbol of luxury and fashion, the color has been used for everything from clothing to electronics. And now thanks to Disney Parks in Florida, a beautiful new line of edibles. Following the release of a rose gold Minnie Mouse ears headband and rose gold jersey, Disney World has expanded their colorful celebration to a whole line of sweet treats available at both their parts and resorts. From cupcakes in Epcot to margaritas at the Polynesian Resort, here is every sparkling item and where you can find them. They’re perfect for snapping photos with but remember: they only look too good to eat.

Rose Gold Red Velvet Swirl Cupcake

Stop by the bustling Main Street Bakery to get your hands on a Rose Gold Red Velvet Swirl (above). Topped with a mini-vanilla cupcake, rose gold buttercream, chocolate crispy pearls and chocolate rose gold Minnie ears, this sparkling treat is sure to be a sugary delight.

Rose Gold Cupcake

The first and standard of the “rose gold” edibles, this eye-catching vanilla cupcake comes with hazelnut swirl, rose gold buttercream, its very own fondant ears, edible glitter and chocolate pearls. You can find it only at Sunshine Seasons in Epcot.

Strawberry Rose Gold Cupcake

Want to spend your day like a true celebrity at Hollywood Studios park? Then really live it up with a Strawberry Rose Gold Cupcake featuring strawberry icing and crispy pearls at The Trolley Car Café.

Rose Gold Unicorn Cupcake

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This cupcake is truly rare. If you’re staying at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, you can visit the Gasparilla Island Grill and indulge in a Rose Gold Unicorn Cupcake with rose gold sponge and hazelnut cream cheese filling.

Rose Gold Margarita

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The only rose gold drink (currently) available, this one is definitely not for the kiddos. You can kick back, relax and sip on the special Rose Gold Margarita, which comes with lime and a gold sugar rim, very soon at the Barefoot Pool Bar in the Polynesian Village Resort.

Rose Gold Yellow Cupcake

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While taking a stroll at Disney’s Boardwalk in your rose gold Minnie ears and Rose Gold Spirit Jersey, consider stopping in to enjoy the Rose Gold Yellow Cupcake at the Boardwalk Bakery. Made with rose mousse and topped with whipped cream frosting, this yellow cupcake also has rose gold Minnie ears and rose gold crispy pearls.

Rose Gold Vanilla Cupcake

You can take the monorail to get these rose gold treats at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Two locations, Capt. Cook’s and Kona Cafe, are serving up the tropically inspired Rose Gold Vanilla Cupcake with guava pastry cream.

Strawberry-Chocolate Mousse Cupcake

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If you’re staying at Disney’s Beach Club resort or Disney's Yacht Club Resort, you can grab your own rose gold treat without ever entering a park. Both locations are letting customers nibble on a Strawberry-Chocolate Mousse Cupcake with buttercream icing.

Rose Gold Vanilla Cupcake with Strawberry Filling

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A contemporary spin for a contemporary place, the Rose Gold Vanilla Cupcake with strawberry filling, vanilla buttercream, strawberry crispy pearls and a dark chocolate rose gold Minnie hat can be found at Contempo Café at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

UPDATE: Rose Gold Churros!

Of course, no roundup of Disney treats would be complete without churros, which Disney Food Blog recently found near Sleeping Beauty's Castle in Disneyland. They're just slightly pink and strawberry flavored.