Review: Flavored Popcorn in Epcot

So, I’ve got some serious Disney Popcorn for you today. And I. Mean. Serious. Like, so serious that if you don’t have any room left on your Disney World snack list for your next trip, you have to bump something else.

We’ve heard for years about all of the awesome Flavored Popcorns that guests enjoy at the Parks of Tokyo Disneyland. (Dining in Disneyland columnist Heather Sievers got to try many and shared them with us in this recent post.) And of course, we’ve seen a little dabbling in the Flavored Popcorn genre in Disneyland, with the intro of fun flavors at Sally’s Cozy Cone Motel.

Gourmet Flavored Popcorn Options

Gourmet Flavored Popcorn Options at Epcot!

But at Walt Disney World, we’ve been kind of stuck with the Butter Flavored or Caramel. There are pre-packaged flavors and some fun movie popcorn options. But as for fresh, flavored popcorn? Pretty much nada.

But not anymore!

Gourmet Flavored Popcorn at Epcot

There it is! Looks like just another Disney Popcorn cart, right? This one is right outside Journey into Imagination in Epcot. And it’s the ONLY one that we know of that furnishes these beautiful little snacks.

Gourmet Popcorn Cart in Epcot

Gourmet Popcorn Cart in Epcot

And there’s that fresh Disney Popcorn

Popcorn Cart From the Side

Popcorn Cart From the Side

But then, you spy this — flavors!!!!! (And colors too!)

Epcot Flavored Popcorn Cart

Epcot Flavored Popcorn Cart

The menu tells all — you have your choice of popcorn here. You can go with the Gourmet Flavors, or you can stick with the plain Disney Popcorn. Both options are also available in a Souvenir Bucket too, of course.

Gourmet Popcorn Cart Menu -- Click to Enlarge

Gourmet Popcorn Cart Menu — Click to Enlarge

This was too good to pass up — so of course, I had to try all three! The savory flavor choices include [Read more…]

News! Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Souvenir Popcorn Bucket at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

So. If YOU had a Mine Train cart of your very own, would you fill it with jewels…

Gems in the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Queue

Gems in the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Queue

or with Disney Popcorn?

Disney Popcorn!

Disney Popcorn!

What if you didn’t have to choose? Because you can have BOTH, thanks to the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Popcorn Bucket, available at Popcorn Carts throughout Magic Kingdom!!!

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train popcorn bucket

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train popcorn bucket

This one is a beauty, and just like the cars on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Roller Coaster, the body of the cart swings from side to side.

Swinging Mine Train Bucket

Swinging Mine Train Bucket

AND if you have more than one, you can [Read more…]

Dining in Disneyland: Mickey Elf Premium Popcorn Bucket

Christmas is in full swing at the Disneyland Resort and I’ve got a new popcorn bucket to prove it!!!!  I recently spotted this Mickey Elf Premium Popcorn Bucket and had to add it to my collection.

Mickey Elf Premium Popcorn Bucket

Mickey Elf Premium Popcorn Bucket

I normally don’t buy Premium Popcorn Buckets, but during the holidays, I’m basically a sucker. I use them for decor.  This is my third year getting the Holiday Mickey. I also have the Mickey Snowman & Mickey Santa.

Premium Mickey Elf Popcorn Buckets can be found and most Popcorn Carts throughout the resort and are $12.50 filled with regular popcorn or $14.00 if you want caramel corn (caramel corn is only available at some popcorn stands).

Popcorn Pricing

Popcorn Pricing

I will say this… unless we just happened to get a bad one, the [Read more…]

Spotted: Dole Whip and Popcorn Air Fresheners at Disney World!

Oh. My. Word… at LONG LAST!

Dole Whip and Popcorn Air Fresheners have arrived at Disney World!!!

Dole Whip and Popcorn Air Fresheners

You remember these, don’t you :)? Last Fall, a few of our favorite Disney snacks were highlighted in a unique way. For the first time, guests were able to bring a few beloved Disney snacks (and their scents!) home with them in the form of air fresheners. You can read the reviews of each of these scents here.

The original foursome is still available: Turkey Leg, Mickey Ice Cream Bar, Candy Apple, and Mickey Waffle.

Turkey Leg and Mickey Ice Cream Bar Air Fresheners

Candy Apple and Mickey Waffle Air Fresheners

As fun — and truly iconic — as these fresheners are, the initial selection immediately begged the question: Soooo… where’s the Dole Whip?”

And now, it’s HERE.

Dole Whip Air Freshener

You know what else? It. Smells. TERRIFIC!

Of all the fresheners available, I think this one is the closest match to its real-life mate! And the image is even more realistic [Read more…]

New! Snow White Candy Apple and More Disney Halloween Treats

Boo to You! Halloween time is officially upon us! And during my recent visit to Walt Disney World, I had a blast checking out all of the awesome Halloween-themed treats.

Whether you prefer cute and sweet or spooky and sinister, you’ll find just the right sweet for Trick or Treat!

There’s nothing better than a colossal caramel or candy apple! My favorite, hands down, is this ghoulish Poison Candy Apple, inspired by the film Snow White. It’s fantastic, isn’t it?! As far as I can tell, it’s a standard candied apple covered in green-tinted white chocolate!

Snow White Poison Candy Apple

Prefer your spooky with a side of caramel? Then this Skull Chocolate Covered Caramel Apple is for you! With both white and milk chocolate, it’s wicked delish!

Skull Chocolate Covered Caramel Apple

You don’t have to look far to find apple treats that are inspired by Mickey himself. The Jack-o-Lantern Mickey Caramel Apple is covered with bright orange sugar that makes it all sparkly.

And don’t you love the pool of white chocolate that makes up Ghost Mickey’s trailing “hemline”? Really, white chocolate specters are the tastiest, don’t you think?

Mickey Jack-o-Lantern and Ghost Chocolate Covered Caramel Apples

Pure, sweetness is also on tap with these [Read more…]

New! Souvenir Dumbo Popcorn Container in Disney World

We starting hearing from our DFB Readers about these brand new Dumbo themed souvenir popcorn buckets in Disney World’s New Fantasyland last week, and I couldn’t wait to see them!

DUMBO!!!!

New Souvenir Dumbo Popcorn Container in Disney World's Magic Kingdom

Found in Magic Kingdom’s Storybook Circus, these are unlike any other souvenir containers we’ve ever seen.

Dumbo Popcorn Container Up Close (and in flight!)

Usually, souvenir containers are, themselves, filled with popcorn. But it looks like these are just “carrying cases” for a regular box of Disney popcorn.

Dumbo with Popcorn

Dumbo Popcorn Container with Popcorn Box

Nonetheless, they’re great looking. And once the popcorn is gone, it looks like a handle comes up and you’re able to use the bucket as a little [Read more…]

Snack Series: Chocolate Cheddar Popcorn

Disney’s Main Street Popcorn in pre-packaged bags has introduced some new flavors!! As reported earlier, we were intrigued by the Chocolate Cheddar popcorn version.

It sounds good, right?! Sort of savory-sweet like the whole salted-caramel-chocolate wonderousness in Epcot’s Germany!

Chocolate Cheddar Popcorn

I found a bag of the stuff at the gift shop in Port Orleans French Quarter in Walt Disney World this week, and I had to buy some to try it out. I love cheese! I love chocolate! What could go wrong? [Read more…]

Disney Food Post Round-Up: March 7th, 2010

Eat hereHappy Sunday, all! Just a quick reminder of a couple of updates before we launch into this week’s round-up:

LaughingPlace has the latest on St. Patrick’s Day menus for WDW’s Portobello, Fulton’s Crab House, and Wolfgang Puck Cafe.

CakeWrecks showcases some amazing Alice in Wonderland themed cakes.

SamLand’s Disney Adventures brings a Disneyland popcorn stand into focus.

StitchKingdom posts an info-packed story with the latest news about the D23 Expo, the WDW Fantasyland Expansion, and more. In it, he mentions the upcoming Be Our Guest Restaurant and also showcases some delicious Disney event dessert photos.

PSCalculator reviews Trail’s End Buffet restaurant in WDW’s Fort Wilderness!

Bakerella has some fun Oscar season recipes inspired by nominated Disney films! (Check out the “Up”cakes and Frog Pops.)

Zannaland recaps her experience at the February Tables in Wonderland “Wave Discovery Dinner” in WDW.

Main St. Gazette shares a creamy grits recipe from Olivia’s at WDW’s Old Key West Resort.

Watch Me Eat visits Epcot’s Lotus Blossom Cafe.

A World View visits three of WDW’s best counter-service spots: Flame Tree Barbecue, Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, and Earl of Sandwich.

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel has a unique profile of the New Orleans chef who was inspirational to the Princess and the Frog story.