At day at the Happiest place on Earth means attractions, characters and snacks! One of the best parts of stopping for a break at Disneyland Resort are the snack choices. This list contains 10 classic & Favorite snacks at Disneyland Resort.
Guests will find more than 10 carts and kiosks throughout Disneyland Resort offering Disneyland Churros. Find unique seasonal flavors, depending on the time of year. Or, go for a classic Cinnamon Sugar Churro. These crunchy and sweet treats are delicious, and easy for an on-the-go snack.
2. Mickey Premium Bar
The Mickey Premium Bar is made by Nestle, consisting of vanilla ice-cream covered in a chocolate coating. Easily a portable snack, coming on a stick (just grab extra napkins). Mickey Premium Bar’s are found at various carts and kiosks throughout both Disneyland Resort parks and Downtown Disney District. Try this classic treat, also consider a Frozen Banana.
3. Mickey Pretzel
The Mickey Pretzel is a classic Mickey shaped treat offered at various carts and kiosks. The Mickey Pretzel is the perfect snack for a break from sweet treats.
4. Turkey Leg
The Turkey Leg at Disney parks is either a love or hate for most guests. For the guests that love them, find at carts in both Disneyland Resort parks. These snacks eat as a light meal, as they are filling.
5. Gray Stuff Gateau
Stop by Red Rose Taverne in Fantasyland at Disneyland Park. Enjoy French flair, including the Grey Stuff from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast! For lunch or dinner guests can order the Grey Stuff Gateau from the dessert section. It consists of white chocolate mousse and red velvet cake with a raspberry center.
Have your nose follow the scent of freshly popped popcorn to easily find this treat. Popcorn is sold at various carts and kiosks throughout Disneyland. For those following a vegan diet, popcorn at Disney parks are vegan! Consider purchasing a souvenir popcorn bucket.
7. Tigger Tail
Guests will find Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen on Main St USA at Disneyland Park. Guests can even see candy-makers at work, through the glass wall allowing glimpses into the kitchen. An adorable treat to try is the Tigger Tail! Just do not eat while bouncing.
8. Dole Whip
Another classic Disney treat is the Dole Whip. This pineapple soft serve treat remains popular at Disney. Find the Dole Whip at Disneyland Resort in Adventureland at Disneyland park. Guests can order a Dole Whip served in a cup or as a float at the Tiki Juice Bar. Guests can also visit The Tropical Hideaway near the Jungle Cruise for more options, such as a pineapple & orange swirl!
9. Mickey Shaped Beignets
For another must-try delicious Mickey-shaped treat, try the Mickey Shaped Beignets. Visit the quick-service, Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square at Disneyland Park. Guests can order a 3-piece or 6-piece Beignets, that are tossed in Butterscotch-flavored sugar. This location also occasionally offers seasonal Beignets.
10. Mint Julep
Another item to order from the walk-up window at the Mint Julep Bar is the classic Mint Julep drink. The New Orleans Mint Julep is a mint drink with a hint of lime. It is refreshing, non-alcoholic drink and pairs perfectly with the Mickey shaped Beignets!
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