7 Fun Holiday Disneyland Foods That You Need To Try This Winter
We’re not drooling, you’re drooling.
It’s the most magical time of the year at the Happiest Place on Earth. And you know what that means. Disney is bringing all things festive and fun to the parks, including delicious treats. Since we love everything themed, we’ve made a list for you to indulge your sweet tooth with the best holiday food at Disneyland you need to try this winter. Don't worry - there are some savory options here too.
Hot Chocolate Beignets
Price: $10 for a hot chocolate beignet
Location: 1313 S Harbor Blvd, Anaheim, California
Why You Should Go: You can get delicious Mickey-shaped hot chocolate beignets!
Price: Starts at $5.75
Location: Disney California Adventure Park at Pixar Pier
Why You Should Go: You can snack on mouth-watering sugar plum or peppermint candy cand flavored holiday churros.
Light-Up Mickey Christmas Tree Popcorn Bucket
Location: Disneyland stores and Disney California Adventure stores
Why You Should Go: What’s better than eating delicious popcorn out of a light-up Mickey tree bucket? Nothing.
Gingerbread Creme Brulee
Location: Blue Bayou at Disneyland
Why You Should Go: This gingerbread creme brulee is covered in chantilly cream and gingerbread cookie-shaped chocolate. It’s melt in your mouth good.
Fried Bologna Sandwiches
Location: Carnation Cafe on Main Street Disneyland
Why You Should Go: These savory sandwiches will cure your hunger pains.
Alpha Broccolius Parfait
Location: Alien Pizza Planet at Disneyland
Why You Should Go: This soft mint ganache parfait is the cutest thing you’ve ever seen - and it’s delicious too. Make sure to take plenty of pics before you dive in. It’s out of this world.
Holiday Mini Ice Cream Sandwich
Location: The Golden Horseshoe at Disneyland
Why You Should Go: Indulge in a super-soft cookie with butter pecan ice cream and plenty of caramel sauce. Fa la la la la!