Disney is undoubtedly the happiest place on Earth, however, it's recently become even better with additions to its already drool-worthy food line up. Disney parks, in their various locations, have released millennial pink and rose gold foods that are both sweet and aesthetically pleasing. Here are 10 millennial pink foods you can find at Disney.  

1. Millennial Pink Milkshake

Where you can find it: Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, Disney World

Millennials are obsessed with freakshakes, and they're also obsessed with millennial pink. Disney combined these two loves so you can get the best of both worlds. The Millennial Pink Milkshake is made out of a strawberry base and topped with cotton candy and a Mickey-shaped marshmallow. Talk about sweet!

2. Rose Gold Macaron

Where you can find it: Clarabelle’s Hand Scooped Ice Cream, Disneyland California Adventure 

As tasty as it is dainty, this Rose Gold Macaron will have you transported to the Parisian skyline. It's super light and fresh, filled with strawberry compote and lemon verbena butter cream, making it the perfect midday sweet treat.

3. Frushi

Where you can find it: Epcot's Flower and Garden Festival, Disney World

Pulling from international inspiration, this dish is inspired by Japanese cuisine. Disney's Frushi, aka Fruit Sushi, is packed with fresh fruits like juicy strawberries and mangoes, wrapped in sticky sushi rice and pink soy wrapper. Try out this limited edition food during Epcot's Flower and Garden Festival until May 28.  

4. Rose Gold Churros

Where you can find it: Churro carts throughout Disney

Disney is already known for having some of the most delectable churros money can buy, but when the amusement parks came out with these Rose Gold Churros, they changed the game forever and catalyzed the trend of pink foods. Just as tasty as their normal churro counterpart, but with a strawberry flavoring twist, you'll feel like royalty eating one of these bad boys.

5. Rose Gold Ears Cupcake

Where you can find it: Main Street Bakery, Disney World

The first cupcake to make the list, the Rose Gold Ears Cupcake is almost too cute to eat. Well, almost. Although I am most certainly a frosting person, the fact that the cake is swirled with vanilla and Nutella makes my mouth water just thinking about it. Plus, it's topped with buttercream, fondant, and edible chocolate pearls, so you truly can have it all.

6. Watermelon and Lime Chili Beignets

Where you can find it: Mint Julep Bar, Disneyland

To spice things up, here's a major curveball amongst all these sweets—Watermelon and Lime Chili Beignets. If you don't know what beignets are, they're essentially NOLA's version of donuts, but airier and topped with heaps of powdered sugar. Watermelon and lime is a classic combination, but the addition of chili adds a nice heat to cut through all the sugar.

7. Millennial Pink Celebration Toast

Where you can find it: Amorette's Patisserie, Disney World 

After all those rich treats, surely you need something to wash them down. The Millennial Pink Celebration Toast is a type of champagne called cuvée, which honestly makes it sound fancier than it actually is. Regardless, this crisp wine is topped with a white chocolate pair of ears, which will make for the perfect Insta post.

8. Rose Gold Unicorn Cupcake

Where you can find it: Gasparilla Island Grill, Disney World

The Rose Gold Unicorn Cupcake is probably the most intricate and elegant item on this list. The light, super fluffy strawberry sponge cake, which is filled with a decadent hazelnut cream, serves as a base for the real show: the unicorn's head. It's piped with pink rosettes to make up the hair and topped with fondant for its ears, and a chocolate roll for the horn. Of course, the entire cupcake is dusted in edible glitter for a truly magical treat.

9. Millennial Pink Shake

Where you can find it: Vivoli Gelateria, Disney World

Not to be mistaken with the Millennial Pink Milkshake, the Millennial Pink Shake has even more pink swirls and glitter. This milkshake is packed with fresh strawberries in the actual milkshake, with whipped cream topping, and a freshly-made waffle cone

10. Cotton Candy

Where you can find it: Cotton candy carts throughout Disney

The final millennial pink food you can and should get at Disney is the cotton candy, which is available year-round in every single Disney park. Sure, it isn't limited edition or flavored something special, but it's a classic Disney treat that never goes out of style. Millennial pink may inevitably become obsolete, but this iconic Disney food will not.

The next time you find yourself at a Disney park and are overwhelmed about what to post for the 'gram, try to find one of these pink millennial treats. Your taste buds and Instagram aesthetic can thank me later.