I had an amazing time in Disneyland last week, celebrating the kick-off of their Diamond Anniversary year!
And, of course, as is the case anytime a Disney park celebrates a big milestone, they brought out tons of special treats. From dressed up candy apples…
…to diamond glow cubes…
…to the most incredible popcorn buckets ever…
…it was a blast just wandering the park noshing on all of the latest goodies.
But, of course I had to see what the 60th Anniversary cake pops were all about!
These guys were just
As you can see, Mickey’s all decked out in his diamond blue tux on this cake pop. The cake is coated in milk chocolate, dipped in white chocolate, and covered with glittery blue sugar.
I was expecting dark chocolate disks as the ears, as that’s what they use in the Mickey hat brownie; but these were white chocolate disks instead.
The cake itself is standard cake pop — super moist and molded into a little ball shape. The flavor on this was great — deep, rich chocolate…like eating a not-quite-cooked-all-the-way-through brownie. Yum!
Overall, the flavors and textures on this one were great. It was suuuuper sweet, and suuuuper chocolatey, as would be expected. And though it’s relatively small, I was on chocolate overload by the time I was through!
If you’re looking for a sweet treat that won’t break the bank and will still allow you to eat a meal after an hour or so, this is a great one to try! You can find ’em all over Disneyland at all of the standard stops — Marceline’s, Candy Palace, Trolley Treats, etc.
Have you tried a Mickey Mouse cake pop? Let us know in the comments below!