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This ‘Spoonful of Sugar’ is (Almost) Too Cute to Eat at the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe at Disneyland Park

You’ll find this adorable little sweet for just 10 days, August 22-31, at Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe in Disneyland park, and we know you’ll want a picture before you take a bite. This “Mary Poppins”-themed Spoonful of Sugar involves pâte à choux, chocolate caramel ganache, rainbow sprinkles, chocolate pastry cream, dark chocolate gloss, white chocolate coating, a sugar penguin and marshmallows. A lot of work for a single bite. And it’s just $3.29.
Spoonful of Sugar

If this revs up your sweet tooth, the Disneyland Resort pastry chefs have added a dozen more new delights that should be on the menu until early September. Mickey-shaped French macaroons are flavored with raspberry rose and passion fruit. Other fruity desserts include a Meyer lemon strawberry tart, pineapple bundt cake, blueberry cheesecake, lemon honey cupcake, orange crème brûlée and a banana cream éclair. Chocolate fans will love the red velvet whoopie pie and the chocolate brownie mousse. Add a vanilla cream éclair and an oat bran muffin to round out the diverse options.

Mickey Macaroons at the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe at Disneyland Park Pineapple Bundt Cake at the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe at Disneyland Park Whoopie Pie at the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe at Disneyland Park

If you prefer something savory with your sweets, Jolly Holiday Bakery Café also offers sandwiches, generous salads, soups and quiche.

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Comments

  • Does anyone know if the Mickey shaped macarons are gluten free?

  • Pam thank you for sharing this adorable treat! I finally got my hands on one today and it was supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Very light and quite adorable in person. I highly recommend it!

  • The “Mary Poppins”-themed Spoonful of Sugar dessert looks too cute to eat! It’s simply darling (and I wish I could sneak in a Disneyland trip before it disappears on August 31st).

  • You guys used to have a bran muffin years ago that was the only bran muffin I would ever eat, because of how surprisingly good it was. Glad to see something similar is coming back. Hopefully it will still be available when we visit in December.

  • We love the Jolly Holiday Bakery Café. I have to admit that I like the kids’ mac and cheese for a light bite. My daughter and husband really miss that amazing roast beef sandwich that they used to have, though.

  • Jolly Holiday is one of our favorite places to eat. They have great gluten-free options.

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