News and Review: Snacks from Pandora — The World of AVATAR in Disney’s Animal Kingdom

It’s almost time for the official grand opening of Pandora: the World of Avatar, but several DFB team members were able to secure an Annual Passholder Preview so that we could give you all the scoop on the foods and drinks you’ll find in Walt Disney World’s newest land.

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We’ve covered the Build-Your-Own-Bowl options at Satu’li Canteen and sucked down more than a few boba balls and some green beer at Pongu Pongu.

So today, we’re trying three Pandoran prepackaged snacks, which you can find in various locations in Pandora. And these are totally thematic, people!

First up is the Teylu Gummi Candy. As the story goes, teylu are similar to shrimp and serve as a main source of protein for the Na’vi people. We can’t say the same for the gummies (no protein here!), but they definitely look the part!

Teylu Gummi Candy

Teylu Gummi Candy

They’re skewered on a stick, just as the Na’vi might skewer their teylu to cook over a fire. Great detail, right? Flavors here are, thankfully, not shrimp, but instead: Dragon Fruit, Lemon, and Fruit Punch.

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Dining in Disneyland: Summertime S’mores Treats Hit the Disneyland Resort

In the midst of the big Disneyland 60th Celebration, we keep getting surprised with so many fun treats!  On July 1st, the Disneyland Resort introduced a line of S’mores treats that are not to be missed.  There are 4 fantastic new items that include a S’mores Marshmallow Wand, a S’mores Gourmet Caramel Apple, S’mores Bark, & a S’mores Rice Krispy Treat.

Marceline's in Downtown DIsney

Marceline’s in Downtown Disney

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Dining in Disneyland: Making English Toffee at the Candy Palace

The candy kitchen windows are one of my favorite places to hang out. On every single Disney trip, whether it be to Disney California Adventure, Disneyland, or even just a stroll through Downtown Disney passing by Marceline’s I HAVE to peek in the window and see what the candy makers are up to.

Candy Palace in Disneyland

On a recent trip to Disneyland, I passed by Candy Palace on Main Street and noticed some adorable candy makers having way too much fun making English Toffee.

English Toffee Making at Candy Palace

Making English Toffee

The process is a three person job. It all starts with a little rectangular piece of toffee.

English Toffee Grab

Next, it’s dipped in to a bath of melted milk chocolate.

Chocolate Bath

After it has a perfect coating of milk chocolate, the toffee is rolled in chopped almonds.

Almond Time!

And for the grand finale, 12 ounces of English Toffee are

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Candy-Land! Which New Disney Candy Box Is Your Favorite?

We reported the news that Disney has created a new line of candy that we think you’ll love! With your favorite sweet/tart and chocolatey flavors combined with fun packaging, the “Disney Parks Authentic Original candies” are über rad.

Boxes are selling for $3.95 each and feature on the side what the actual candy looks like. Which flavors have you tried?

Candy Boxes

There’s chocolate for tiara-wearing guests too! Try the More for Princess candy hearts or Who Needs Prince Charming When You Have Chocolate Milk Chocolate Crispy Clusters.

More for Princess candy hearts

Who Needs Prince Charming When You Have Chocolate Milk Chocolate Crispy Clusters

Chocolate lovers will delight in the I’m not bad I’m Just Drawn to Chocolate Dark Chocolate Mint Candy, I’m a Chocolatear Milk Chocolate Raisins, Please Stand Clear of My Chocolate chocolate peanut candies, Mood Chocolate Milk Chocolate Candies and [Read more…]