Halloween-y “Goth Goodies” at Disney Parks Candy Shops

So…I’m not sure how I feel about this. I find it kind of humorous and kind of grotesque. ;-)

Goth Goodies in Disney Parks

“Goth Goodies” have been introduced for the Halloween season (I’m guessing) and feature your choice of bloody skulls and bones, or “haunted mansion” colored candy corn!

Skulls and Bones Goth Goodies

I’m hoping those skulls and bones are sour like tiny tarts. (I know; sounds gross just talking about it, right?)

Candy Corn Goth Goodies

I haven’t tried ‘em yet, but I DO love candy corn! I’m eager to [Read more…]

Battle of the Disney Chocolate-Covered Sandwiches

It was over a year ago that I first shared my chocolate-covered peanut butter sandwich experience here on the Disney Food Blog.

And since enjoying that one-of-a-kind snack, I’ve found that it’s rarely available in Walt Disney World anymore — even though you can find it regularly in Disneyland (when it’s not selling out in the span of a few hours) at Pooh Corner in Critter Country and at the Candy Palace on Main Street. It’s also at the Candy Shop in Disney California Adventure.

What you can still find regularly in Walt Disney World (and in Disneyland) are the the chocolate-covered s’mores, the sister candy to the peanut butter sandwich. They look exactly the same, but inside they’re oh-so-different!

I figured we should highlight both of these and see which one you guys prefer (be sure to vote in the poll at the end of the post!).

Chocolate-Covered S’more

Major points to this option since it’s so regularly available on both coasts! The s’more is made up of [Read more…]

(Miniature) Additions at the Confectionery

Found a couple of mini items at the Main Street Confectionery in Disney World today that I had to share!

Cookie Bites
First — three kinds of cookie bites. These look just like the giant “normal sized” cookies you can get in the parks, but they’ve been shrunk down to what many of us would consider to be the size of the standard cookies we bake at home. However, at Disney, these are considered bite-size!

Three Kinds of Mini Cookies

You can purchase Raspberry White Chocolate cookies (which have chocolate chips in them as well for some reason), Chocolate chip supreme cookies, and delectable [Read more…]

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 easier eating.

Chocolate Oreo Caramel Apple

Just from a commentary standpoint, I think it’s interesting that Disney World has started using this “Fresh” packaging, which we saw first in Disneyland. More evidence that the two parks are merging their product lines even further?

For more info on Disney caramel apples, check out our previous post all about ‘em!

White Chocolate Caramel Apple Pie Apple
We first saw these at Pooh Corner in Disneyland (where they were only $7.95 last April…hmm…), and I was SO excited to [Read more…]

It’s All About the Crispies

One of everyone’s favorite easy-to-make and easy-to-enjoy snacks is the Rice Krispie Treat. Clearly Disney understands this phenomenon and has capitalized on it. These days, Disney’s customized “crisped rice treats” seem to have become as ubiquitous as any other classic Disney parks treat.

Classic giant Mickey head Crisped Rice Treat

So, being the Disney Food Blog, I was just waiting until I had enough pics to really do them justice. What’s incredible is the sheer variety of things Disney has done with these little snap-crackle-pop puffed rice pieces! “Crisped Rice” + Marshmallow + Butter + Imagineers = big bucks, I’d imagine!

Experience the Magic

I’d like to share with you some of my favorite “crisped rice treats” in the Disney parks, but first of all, here’s a little tip: Did you know that you can watch Disney’s Confectioners create these goodies? You can! Just head to the Main Street Confectionery in Disney World, where the talented Cast Members are always whipping up something special. Sometimes you’ll see them making caramel apples or fudge, but they’re often churning up some of your favorite light-as-air crispie treats as well!

Making Crispies at The Confectionery

Shaping the Crispies

Finished Crispies on the Cooling Table

Dipped And Decorated Crispies

Now I get to share some of my favorites! Here are some [Read more…]

WDW Main Street Food Spots Celebrate Halloween

While I’ve got so many Epcot Food and Wine Festival blogs rattling around in my drafts folder, I came across these photos from the recent trip and had to share them with you, too!

I thought it was great that the Main Street Ice Cream Parlor, Confectionery, and Casey’s Corner have all decorated with pumpkin art befitting their trade…

Casey’s Corner

Casey's Corner

Casey's Corner

Casey's Hot Dog Pumpkin

Casey's Hot Dog Pumpkin

Casey's French Fries Pumpkin

Casey's French Fries Pumpkin

Casey's Peanuts Pumpkin

Casey's Peanuts Pumpkin

Casey's Coke Pumpkin

Casey's Coke Pumpkin

Ice Cream Parlor

Ice Cream Pumpkin at the Ice Cream Parlor

Ice Cream Pumpkin at the Ice Cream Parlor


Confectionery Windows

Confectionery Windows

Close-up on Candy Pumpkin

Close-up on Candy Pumpkin

Close up on Candy Cane Pumpkin

Close up on Candy Cane Pumpkin

Stay tuned for more Halloween in Disney World posts on the Food Blog. There’s just too much to pack into one!