Start the magic of the holidays off right this season with a collection of quintessential holiday treats made fresh in our Candy Kitchens at the Disneyland Resort.
Many popular seasonal selections have made the list of returning favorites this year, including our dark chocolate and peppermint oil infused December gourmet apple, peppermint bark, creamy chocolate and peppermint fudge, holiday candy cane apples, ornament apples, marshmallow wands, holiday themed pretzel rods and more. The list honestly goes on and on.
Other fan favorites hitting the shelves include handcrafted English Toffee, Pecan and Peanut Brittle, decadent Fudgemallow squares and holiday themed cupcakes. These are just a few of the classic choices amidst this year’s newest additions themed to none other than Disney’s “Frozen”. Our Olaf apple, marshmallow wand and cake pop will undoubtedly make you melt.
Of course, no holiday treat post would be complete without mentioning our hand-crafted candy canes. The candy canes, as you know, are generally in high demand and only available on select dates at the following locations.
Disneyland park – Candy Palace
November 28 and December 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 21, 23 and 24
Disney California Adventure park – Trolley Treats
November 29 and December 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22 and 25
Find all of these classic confectionary treats at Candy Palace in Disneyland park; Trolley Treats in Disney California Adventure park; or Marceline’s Confectionery in the Downtown Disney District.
Which delicious seasonal favorites have made your list?
Peppermint ice cream!!!!!!!!! Its my longest running holiday treat at the resort. Although that Olaf apple is mighty tasty!
These treats look great, but what about folks who have a nut allergy? We have a 5 year old who would love to eat things like this Olaf but Disney doesn’t seem to have figured out a way to accommodate nut allergies. Or have they? Anyone know?
Last time we were in WDW we were in meltdown mode because none of the bakery treats were safe. Mickey ice cream bars only go so far…
We are headed to Disneyland and would love some more details on the candy cane line, wait purchase etc. We plan to be there on Dec 2nd but the park opens early for other guests. Will the line start for those early people and will it be too late for me to get a wrist band if I get there at 9 a.m. when the park opens to the public? Also can you tell me if they make the candy canes in the window for us to see. If so can we get there early before park opens at 9 a.m. to watch. Just trying to make the most of this experience as I’m told it’s a fun one!