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Dining in Disneyland: Easter Treats from Marceline’s in Downtown Disney

Marceline’s in Downtown Disney is hopping with Easter treats!

Marceline's Sign

The adorable Easter Bunny Caramel Apples have made a comeback, along with some fun new yummies that include Mickey Easter Egg Cake Pops and Mickey Easter Grass & “Egg” themed treats.

Marceline's Easter Treats

Marceline’s Easter Treats

Mickey Easter Egg Cake Pops

Adorable as can be, these Easter Eggs are as tasty as they are cute.

The moist cake is dipped in white chocolate, then decorated with sanding sugar, and topped with chocolate Mickey ears.  They come in chocolate, vanilla & red velvet.

Mickey Easter Egg Cake Pops

Mickey Easter Egg Cake Pops

We went with chocolate, because it was the only flavor they had left in these ones.

Chocolatey Center

Chocolatey Center

And just a little FYI, I learned that you don’t have to ask a cast member what flavors are available. Just peek at the tips. A white tip means vanilla, black is chocolate and red is red velvet!

Cake Pop Flavors: Two Chocolate & One Vanilla, please!

Cake Pop Flavors: Two Chocolate & One Vanilla, please!

Mickey Easter Grass with “Eggs” Cake Pop

A little more bang for your buck, this Mickey Mouse Easter Grass with “Eggs” Cake Pop is quite a bit larger than the Easter Egg Cake Pops.

At $4.19 a piece (the same price as the Easter Egg cake pops), you get a little more for your money.

Mickey Easter Grass Cake Pop

Mickey Easter Grass Cake Pop

Available in chocolate, vanilla & red velvet, the Mickey ears are made from marshmallows while a bed of dyed coconut Easter grass serves as the base for the Jelly Belly Easter Eggs that top it.  We chose vanilla since our last two were chocolate.

Mickey Mouse Easter Grass with "Eggs" Cake Pop

Mickey Easter Grass with “Eggs” Cake Pop

Mickey Easter Grass with “Eggs” Rice Krispy Treat

Your standard Rice Krispy treat on a stick topped with dyed coconut Easter Grass and Jelly Belly Eggs.

 with "Eggs" Rice Krispy Treat

Mickey  Easter Grass with “Eggs” Rice Krispy Treat

I actually preferred this one over the cake pop.  The combination of Krispy Treat and Coconut was pretty great!

Krispy Treat Backside

Krispy Treat Backside

Overall

Overall, I love this year’s new Easter Treats. The Easter Egg Cake Pops are just so darn adorable, and that Rice Krispy Treat with coconut Easter grass is pretty tasty.

Easter treats can be enjoyed through the month of April and can be found at Marceline’s in Downtown Disney, Candy Palace and Pooh Corner at Disneyland, and as Trolley Treats in Disney California Adventure.

Mickey & Minnie Donning Their Springtime Best

So, get out there and grab an Easter treat, and then go and visit this adorable couple all dressed up in their Easter best!

Have you tried any of the Springtime Treats from the Disneyland Resort? Do you have a favorite?

Heather Sievers is the Disney Food Blog’s Dining in Disneyland columnist. See more of her columns here!

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