posted on June 6th, 2014 by Pam Brandon, Disney Parks Food Writer
Sweet, salty, hot, cold … what are you craving? Follow the arrows to your perfect indulgence.
Tagged: Dining, DLR, WDW
Filed: Disney Dining, Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort
Did somebody forget the Citrus Swirl?
OMG! Mickey Ears Bars! Cream Cheese Pretzels- MK, Cinnamon Pretzels- EPCOT, Strawberry Cupcake at Be Our Guest! Peanut Butter Fudge- Big Top Circus, MK, Strawberry Tarts, France-EPCOT, Cloudberry Horn – Norway, EPCOT!
Pineapple Orange Swirl ice cream @ WDW & French Bread @ France in Epcot!
When I am at Epcot I must get a Cronut. If you haven’t had one you are missing out!
Piglet is spelled incorrectly.
In any kind of warm weather, I am all about the juicy, refreshing, delicious and generously-sized pineapple spears available in various locations around Disneyland and California Adventure. Those are great to eat after a long, dehydrating day in the hot sun!
When Autumn rolls in and both Halloween and the holiday season are approaching, I love to snack on the tasty gingerbread cookies with chocolate-dipped mouse ears from the various sweet shops at Disneyland Resort.
Last year DLR also had the Spooky Kooky Limited Time Magic “zombie” gingerbread cookies (in honor of the 13th year of Haunted Mansion Holiday), and the one that I ate was one of the softest, freshest, most delectable gingerbread cookies I have ever had.
I am also partial to yummy, bright pink peppermint ice cream in peppermint-encrusted cones from Gibson Girl Ice Cream and Clarabelle’s, usually available in November and December!
Um, what about a NUTELLA AND FRESH FRUIT WAFFLE SANDWICH from Sleepy Hollow Refreshments?? That’s my jam.
CHIMICHANGA!!! At Disneyland in Fantasyland
The chocolate chip cookie from the Bakery on Main Street. (I miss them a lot since Starbucks moved in – Are they anywhere else?)
Bengiets, the specialty Churro from Tiana’s mardi gra party (the strawberry filled one), the original version of Jack’s coffin cake, and a Practically Perfect punch.
LeFeu’s Brew from Gaston’s Pub. Best drink in Disney World
School Bread from Norway in Epcot…yummy!
My daughter LOVES Casey’s corn nuggets.
I LOVE the corn on the cob with chili-lime seasoning at Disneyland!
I’m already planning next weekend’s birthday-trip snacking….
In a word, Dole Whip…okay that’s two words.
Corn dogs and Dole whip…and maybe a Monte Cristo sandwich!
Little Green Alien mochi balls at TDL. Three chewy orbs of deliciousness, each one filled with either vanilla, strawberry or chocolate creme. Trying to figure out which one is which is half the fun.
Seriously? Dole Whip, no contest, no question!
I miss the “Handwich” that was available at the Land many years ago.
Peanut butter and jelly milkshake at the Tune In Lounge at the Studios, Ice cream cookie sandwich at Animal Kingdom, candied pretzel from Norway at Epcot… and of course the Dole whip from Magic Kingdom as well as the cream cheese filled pretzel!
Oh and I just had the monkey cupcake at Caribbean Beach resort… OMG!
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