Disneyland Resort‘s Jolly Holiday Bakery and Cafe resides on Main Street, U.S.A., and offers yummy and iconic treats that can only be found here. And during Halloween Time, the bakery is slaying the Halloween treat game!
If you’re enjoying a rainy day at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom but are bummed to discover that the Festival of Fantasy Parade is cancelled for the day, fret not! (Well, you can fret a little…)
There’s a fun alternative to the FoF that features a handful of characters and lots of rainy day cheer! It’s the Rainy Day Cavalcade!
One of the greatest attributes of Walt Disney World is its location because even when the rest of the country is ensconced in winter, central Florida is typically still warm (and in the summer it’s downright tropical!). And you know what that means: lots of frozen treats to eat and drink!
We’ve had ’em all — and there are some old favorites and some NEW options we’re pretty sure you’re going to want to get your hot little hands on!
Here we share Five Frozen Treats You Can’t Miss at the Magic Kingdom!
Mint Julep Lemonade Slushy
First up, as you make your way down Main Street, U.S.A., pop into Casey’s Corner. It’s there you can find the Mint Julep Lemonade Slushy! This family-friendly drink is a terrific mixture of sweet and sour — with that refreshing slushy texture and temperature!
Here at the DFB we love to be surprised (in a good way) by the eats we pick up at the Disney Parks. And when that surprise comes in the form of dessert, it’s even better! Such was the case with the Brownie Temptation at Main Street Bakery in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.
Main Street Bakery is the park’s Starbucks location, and it can be found on Main Street, U.S.A. In addition to Starbucks beverages and Starbucks-branded snacks, guests can also find more unique items.
The Brownie Temptation is being advertised on a temporary sign, and the picture doesn’t elicit a ton of enthusiasm. It looks like a pretty standard brownie with (admittedly tasty) sauces.
The reality is a nice, gooey bowl of sweetness, so an improvement over the photo. 😉 (An over-abundance of sauces is almost never a bad thing!)
The mound of whipped cream and drizzle of caramel are prominent.
The warm peanut butter and chocolate sauces spill over the sides and pool in the bowl, which is a good thing because the brownie is actually larger than I expected it to be. The choice of plating with the bowl contains all of those sauces.
The brownie itself is dense and moist, providing a lot of bang for the buck in terms of richness and chocolate flavor.
Overall, this one really surprised me! Why? Ha ha — I got a message on instagram asking “Why would you think a brownie with yummy sauces would be bad?” But the truth is, a LOT of Disney brownies are super dry and can’t be saved by the sauces in question.
So, the Brownie Temptation was much more tempting in person than in its signage, and it really delivered! Due to the richness of everything combined, it’s definitely share-able, but if you decide to attempt it on your own, might I recommend finding a cozy spot in the shadow of Cinderella Castle where you can linger over the classic combo of peanut butter and chocolate?
Yeah, I thought so. 😉
What Disney Parks food has surprised you (in a good way) when you tried it? Let us know in the comments!
The Disneyland Donut Cart has done it again! They’ve brought back the Dole Whip Donut!
Jolly Holiday Bakery Café is a mainstay on Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland Resort. It’s got all the Victorian charm of the iconic park’s main drag, plus it’s full of classic and new treats. It’s the place to get a Raspberry Macaron, creative Cupcakes, and everything in between.
Our Disneyland correspondent Heather (follow her adventures on Instagram @DiningInDisney!) stopped in recently to pick up two seasonal treats — both using summer’s jewel: lemon!
By now it’s clear that Pixar Fest has truly taken over eateries all over Disneyland Resort and Disney California Adventure. And if you’re looking for a classic Disneyland caramel apple (with a Pixar twist!), you’ll want to head to Candy Palace where Toy Story is representing!
Click here to read all about Pixar Fest and print your own Pixar Fest Food Checklist!
If you’re planning to celebrate the holiday season at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom this year, we’ve got everything you need to make the most of this jolly holiday party!
We’re not saying Pixar Fest at Disneyland Resort should be called Churro Fest — but with the sheer number of these cinnamon sugared fried dough sticks bouncing around like a Luxo Ball, it certainly could be. 😉
Today we’re heading to Main Street, U.S.A., in Disneyland where the churro cart across from Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln is serving up Lemon Churros. But there’s more to this sweet treat than some lemon sugar.