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Guest Review: Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Treats

Walt Disney World celebrates the holiday season with sweet treats at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. Check out the seasonal goodies at the Main Street Confectionery!

Tips For Taking Snacks Home From Walt Disney World

Taking home favorite WDW snacks lets us savor the sweet treats even on our journey back to reality. Favorite snacks and how to get them home safely!

Top 5 Disney Snacks to Take Home From the Parks

Ever wonder what Disney snacks are also portable? Check out my top five snacks to bring home from the Disney parks!

Dining in Disneyland: How They Make World of Color Caramel Apples

Dining in Disneyland columnist, Heather Sievers, walks us through how those gorgeous World of Color Caramel Apples are made — and samples one for us, too!

New Caramel Apples in Disney Parks

Well, maybe they’re not new to you, but they sure are to me! I found these caramel apples at the Main Street Confectionery in Disney World on a recent visit… . Don’t forget, the cast members will be more than happy to cut these up for you and put them in a small container for [...]

Disney Food Post Round-Up: May 23, 2010

We’ve got all the latest Disney food news along with some fantastic Disney food articles on the round-up this week! We’re talking about the new booths at the 2010 Epcot Food and Wine Festival, some cool DVC-related schtuff, Via Napoli and Hacienda de San Angel in WDW, more caramel apples…AND we have 2 awesome videos on the round-up this week!

Apple-licious

Candied and caramel apples are staples at theme parks and fairs, but Disney takes it to another level entirely! Check out these delicious confections that just happen to be a healthy piece of fruit on the inside!

Goofy’s Candy Company

Whether you call them candy or sweets, when you’re on Disney property they’re going to have Goofy’s stamp of approval! Gummies, sour balls, gumdrops, and more — Goofy’s got them all. Goofy’s Candy Company was developed as Disney’s own candy brand (why pay someone else when the profit could be your own?), which is sold [...]