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Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ Flurry of Fun starts November 9. And with all the holiday merriment comes goodies galore. Seriously. Disney’s list of holiday-themed treats is more than mouthwatering. Sure, you bake a pretty rad gingerbread cookie. But Disney is adding a little flare to theirs — making Mickey-shaped gingerbread pops dipped in chocolate. Mmm. But that’s not all. No way. Check out what the foodie finds are in store for the Flurry of Fun. Oh yeah, and the grown-up beverages that will warm you from head to toe!

Along with gingerbread pops, the ABC Commissary, Rosie’s All-American Café, The Trolley Car Café, Sweet Spells and Catalina Eddie’s will all serve Prep and Landing-themed gingerbread cupcakes. And if that’s not enough for you, or your kiddo’s, sweet tooth, Sweet Spells and Fairfax Fare will have Christmas tree-shaped red velvet whoopie pies. Seriously. They’re even adorned with icing garlands and ornament pearls.

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Frozen fans (and what child doesn’t really fall into this category?) can indulge in specialty Olaf-themed cupcakes, Olaf ice cream pops and Olaf sundaes.

If a snack is what you’re seeking, popcorn carts inside of the park will have a salty little holiday popcorn mix that includes pretzels, marshmallows and M&M’s, with a chocolate drizzle.

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After a long day of hanging at the park, the grown-ups can relax with the “adult holiday beverages” that are served at Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner and Fairfax Fare. What else can you expect out of the 21-and-over drink menu? There will be hot chocolate martinis, black cherry bourbon hot chocolate and Bailey’s salted caramel hot chocolate. Along with these dressed-up hot chocolate concoctions, you can sip on a peppermint white Russian, winterberry cooler and a “Let It Glow” drink (it’s vodka, blue-raspberry frozen carbonated beverage and a glow cube).

Which Disney dessert sounds the best to you? Tell us in the comments below.