By Andrea Romano
February 07, 2018
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Originally published on February 7th, 2018.

If the rise in popularity of “millennial pink” has taught us anything, it’s that everything is better in rose gold.

And it’s not just our iPhones, beauty products, and home decor that are getting a rose gold upgrade these days. We’re also getting a taste of pink, glittery goodness at Disney World restaurants as well.

Disney Parks in Florida have rolled out some new pink treats, including cupcakes and margaritas, to add even more rose gold in our lives.

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First up, the Main Street Bakery has baked up some fresh Red Velvet Swirl cupcakes to treat your sweet tooth. The Red Velvet Swirl is topped with a mini-vanilla cupcake, rose gold buttercream, chocolate crispy pearls and chocolate rose gold Minnie ears.

If you’re in the mood for a straightforward, Rose Gold cupcake from Sunshine Seasons in Epcot, you’ll get a mouthful of vanilla cake with hazelnut swirl, rose gold buttercream, fondant ears (of course), edible glitter and chocolate pearls.

Over at Hollywood Studios, you can grab a Strawberry Rose Gold cupcake with strawberry icing and crispy pearls at The Trolley Car Café.

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If you’re in the mood to take a stroll down Disney’s Boardwalk, make the day complete with a Rose Gold Yellow Cupcake at the Boardwalk Bakery. Or, take the monorail to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. At Captain Cook’s and Kona Cafe, you can snack on Rose Gold Vanilla Cupcake with guava pastry cream.

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But there’s one rare cupcake to savor while you’re staying at Disney. At the Gasparilla Island Grill in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, you can catch a glimpse of a Rose Gold Unicorn Cupcake with rose gold sponge and hazelnut cream cheese filling. Or, at Disney’s Beach Club resort and Disney's Yacht Club Resort, you can grab a Strawberry-Chocolate Mousse Cupcake with buttercream icing without ever entering a park, Food & Wine reported.

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For those who don’t really have a sweet tooth, you’re still in luck. There’s some more grown up fun to be had in the park as well. While you’re in the Polynesian Village, casually sip on a Rose Gold Margarita. Yes, you can get a cupcake as well while you’re there.

All these rose gold treats don’t just look delicious, they also look like they’ll be taking up lots of space on your Instagram.