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The Disney Parks Food to Try Based on Your Zodiac Sign

From Aries to Pisces, discover which Disney Parks food you need to snack on while visiting the parks.

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When you wish upon your star sign…

So many delicious treats, so little time. That’s why I’ve pulled together the perfect snack for you to munch on while visiting The Happiest Place on Earth—based on your zodiac sign. Let’s see what the stars have in store for you. And if you can’t stop daydreaming of your next trip, these Disney Parks copycat recipes will hold you over until then.

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Aries (March 21-April 19): Dole Whip

Ah, Aries. You’re an adventurous one. A unique treat like Dole Whip is perfect for you to try (especially after a day of thrilling roller coaster rides). Head on over to Adventureland for this tropical treat. Here are 13 Disneyland attractions you never knew existed.

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Taurus (April 20-May 20): Colossal Cinnamon Bun

We know you’re a total homebody, Taurus. That’s why you’ll love cozying up with a Colossal Cinnamon Bun at Animal Kingdom (you can find this giant at Kusafiri Coffee Shop and Bakery). Pair your cinnamon roll with a piping hot coffee to drink and you’ll feel right at home. Can’t make it to the parks? Here’s how to get Disney Parks coffee delivered to your home.

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Gemini (May 21-June 20): Croissant Doughnut

Being the twin sign, you know you love having the best of both worlds. So why not indulge in a dessert that gives you two for the price of one? Snag this Croissant Doughnut, aka a Cronut, at Epcot. Psst—don’t hesitate to romp around Epcot while you’re there. With your curious and fun-loving nature, you’re bound to have a blast. By the way, this is the most authentic country in Epcot’s World Showcase.

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Cancer (June 21-July 22): Mickey Waffles

Embrace your playful side with a plate of Mickey Waffles. You’ll feel like a kid again when you dunk your waffles into some warm maple syrup. You can find Mickey Waffles at multiple locations at both parks. Make your own with a Mickey waffle maker. I went to Disney World during its first week back—here’s what it was like.

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Leo (July 23-August 22): Kitchen Sink Sundae

Stop on by Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney World for a Kitchen Sink Sundae. Just like this over-the-top treat, you capture the attention of the room once you enter. Make it a party and grab a friend (or two) to split this monstrous dessert with you. Here’s how Disney Park fans are recreating their favorite rides at home.

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Virgo (August 23-September 22): Mickey Pretzel

Practical and perfectionistic, Virgos live by the statement, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” A classic amusement park staple, like a pretzel, is the go-to choice for this earth sign. You can find this salty snack all throughout both parks. Miss the parks? Here’s how to take a virtual ride on more than 20 of the best Disney attractions.

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Libra (September 23-October 22): Mickey Beignets

Libra, you know you like the finer things in life. These Mickey Beignets at Disney World’s Port Orleans Resort practically scream your name. If you feeling like splurging (c’mon, you know you do), you can add a side of either caramel, strawberry, or chicory coffee ganache dipping sauce on the side. C’est magnifique! And Disney has actually shared the recipe for Mickey Beignets so you can make them at home!

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Scorpio (October 23-November 21): Grey Stuff

Lumiere wasn’t lying when he said, “Try the Grey Stuff, it’s delicious!” This creamy, fluffy mousse is full of mystery and mischief—just like you. Grab a spoonful at the Be Our Guest restaurant. Here’s why some Disney Park fans think now is actually the best time to go.

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Sagittarius (November 22-December 21): Funnel Cake

Sag, you love being the life of the party. There’s no denying that. A fun-loving park staple like funnel cake will nip your cravings in the bud. Plus, the sugar will keep you going as you run around the park with your friends (or chase after your little ones). Take one to go from multiple locations around the park, including Epcot, Magic Kingdom, and Animal Kingdom. Meet the chefs behind Disney World’s most iconic dishes.

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Capricorn (December 22-January 19): Turkey Legs

A practical yet delicious snack is a match made in heaven for Caps. You’ll appreciate how you can gnaw on this turkey leg while you head to your next destination in Animal Kingdom. Talk about making the best use of your time. Here’s the truth behind 12 popular Disney Park rumors (including, no, the turkey legs are not made from emu!).

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Aquarius (January 20-February 18): Poutine

This Disney Springs staple will have any Aquarius raving. You embrace your independence and individuality by trying new things. That’s why poutine will hit the spot for you. Did you know that these 20 things are banned from Disney Parks?

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Pisces (February 19-March 20): Mickey Ice Cream Bar

Pisces, you’re in luck. You got the most famous snack on the menu. Why? Because you’re as sweet at this Mickey Ice Cream Bar. You’ll be in heaven walking around the park with this ice cream treat in hand. Snag this sweet staple at one of the ice cream carts at either park. Or have a Mickey ice cream bar six-pack delivered right to your doorstep. Next, find out if a Disney cruise is the ideal cruise for you based on your zodiac sign.

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Christina Herbst
Christina is an Assistant Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in content creation and SEO optimization. She enjoys trying out local foodie restaurants and coffeehouses and adding copious amounts of garlic and cheese to any recipe she can get her hands on.