Disneyland Main Street Coffee Cart Donut - Pineapple with Meringue
This is the Pineapple Donut with Meringue, being sold until April 20 (and possibly, though not officially, making a comeback in May).
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Turkey legs, Mickey-shaped beignets, sugar-dusted churros — with so many must-have Disney foods, it’s tough to try them all in one day. However, a new treat debuting at the California theme park means you can get your fill a little closer to sunrise: You can now have Dole Whip for breakfast.

Disneyland’s latest Dole Whip donut concoction isn’t just pineapple-flavored, it’s a true Dole Whip doppelganger. This sweet new take on one of Disney parks’ most popular snacks matches the sweet-and-creamy combination of the historic frozen treat, without the worry of it melting before you finish.

Served at Disneyland’s donut cart, which is located to the left of Sleeping Beauty Castle, the Dole Whip donut comes topped with pineapple icing and piled high with fluffy meringue; inside it’s packed with fruity filling and bits of pineapple, bringing to mind the flavors of the famed Disney treat in a brand new form.

Disney Food Blog broke the news of the latest in-demand Disney snack, which began to spread across Instagram late last week. According to the preeminent theme park food website, the selection often rotates, so hungry sweet tooths should get there early and check back often. A limited number of donuts are made each day, according to a spokesperson, and we they're sold out, they're sold out.

Disneyland’s pineapple Dole Whip soft-serve is massively popular with park guests, often causing a line of hungry hopefuls to wrap around Adventureland’s Tiki Juice Bar at all hours of the day. Early birds can now fulfill that same craving with a fruity start to their ride-filled day, but thanks to a recent development, a hankering for the sweet swirl will be easier to obtain.

With Disneyland’s new mobile ordering, guests will soon be allowed to order the parks’ most popular foods — likely including Dole Whip — directly from their phones.