The Five BEST Snacks You Can Only Find in Disneyland

I just returned from Disneyland, and I was reminded again of how much I love these parks.  There are so many things that set Disneyland Park and California Adventure apart from Walt Disney World.  I was on a mission this time around to highlight some snacks you can only get in Disneyland! From sweet to savory, big to small, these 5 snacks are only at either California Adventure Park or Disneyland Park.  You should try them all!

Disneyland offers many rides, experiences and foods that you can’t find in any other Disney park!

If you’re a Disney fan and haven’t visited, you will want to get there as soon as possible to experience all the exclusive rides, shows and of course, food!  Reach out for Disney vacation planning from me or one of the many talented agents at Kingdom and Cruise Travel!

1. Sourdough Bread in San Fransokyo Square

Disneyland has a working replica of the famous San Francisco Boudin Bakery.  They are churning out some amazing sourdough bread for bread bowls at Aunt Cass Cafe. They are also making huge Baymax and Mickey-shaped loaves!  For just $11, you can purchase this Mickey head that weighs a couple of pounds, and you can live on this for the whole day.  Anything shaped like Mickey tastes better. If you are curious about the sourdough bread baking process, you can even tour the bakery at Disneyland just like you can at the original bakery in San Fran!

For size comparison, you can see that this Mickey sourdough bread baked in San Fransokyo Square is indeed bigger than my head.

 2. Mickey-shaped beignets

Ok, you got me on a technicality.  You can get Mickey-shaped beignets at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter, a Walt Disney World resort.  You can also get rectangle beignets in ECPOT’s France pavilion. The Magic Kingdom will also have regular beignets for a limited time once Tiana’s Bayou Adventure opens.  But these beignets are Mickey-shaped and you can get them INSIDE Disneyland’s New Orleans Square.  It’s all about the experience.  Stroll up to the Mint Julep Bar and order 3 or 6 of these! New Orleans Square is only found at Disneyland. It has the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean and its own stop on the Disneyland Railroad.  Don’t forget to wash these down with a mint julep and listen to some jazz music at Tiana’s Palace quick service restaurant in the evening.

These delicious Mickey-shaped beignets are found inside Disneyland Park at New Orleans Square.

3. Gettin’ Cozy at the Cone with Con Queso

The Cozy Cone in Cars Land gets its inspiration from the 2006 Pixar movie Cars.  There are 5 “cones” each serving up a fun treat like Ice Cream cones, Frozen Cone-Coctions, Pop-Cone, and Churros.  In my opinion, the best and most unique snack items here are at the Chili Con Queso cone!

It’s hard to decide which cone to stop at but if you’re hungry for a meal, Con Queso wins!

It looks snack sized but it sits like a whole meal, so pace yourself.  You can get the chili con queso or bacon mac n cheese in an edible bread cone.  Either one is a mouthwatering treat that is exclusive to Disney California Adventure Park’s Cars Land.

Is the edible cone too much? Never! The cone is a brilliant serving device. You should come to Disneyland just for this.

4. Bengal Barbecue

Over in Adventureland at Disneyland Park right across from the Jungle Cruise, a quick service food option is serving up skewers of all kinds!   You can get a skewer of spicy or sweet beef, pork belly, chicken, bacon wrapped asparagus or grilled vegetables.  I know…one of these things is not like the other.  I dared to be different and tried the vegetable skewer and it was the most delicious healthy snack I have ever consumed on Disney property.  Any of these would make a satisfying snack in between meals and you can only find these extensive skewer options at Disneyland!

The healthiest snack option you will find anywhere on Disney property is this vegetable skewer at Bengal Barbecue.

5. The Matterhorn Macaroon

I saved the best for last.  This cookie is not only an exclusive snack to Disneyland, it also pays homage to an exclusive ride at Disneyland, the Matterhorn.  The Matterhorn is a Disneyland roller coaster that opened in 1959 and is modeled after the peak in the Italian and Swiss alps.  This amazing cookie exclusive to Disneyland is a delicious and moist coconut macaroon topped with snow, I mean white chocolate.  Order it at the Jolly Holiday Bakery on Main Street and then stroll over to Fantasyland to eat it by the real thing!  It is excellent!

Head to Jolly Holiday Bakery at Disneyland and order this amazing Matterhorn Macaroon, a snack exclusive to Disneyland!

Have you tried any of these snacks at Disneyland? do you have a favorite? Let me know in the comments!  Reach out for Disney travel planning so you can try these amazing treats during a magical vacation.

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