News and Review: The Jungle Julep at Bengal Barbecue in Disneyland

Bengal Barbecue is one of our favorite places to pick up a quick and hearty snack in Disneyland. You already know that we can’t get enough of their meat and veggie skewers.

Bengal Barbecue sign

Bengal Barbecue sign

And it’s true: they put just about anything on a stick, with fun names like the Banyan Beef Skewer and the Safari Skewer. (Though we can never resist their stick-free signature, the Tiger Tail).  [Read more…]

Dining in Disneyland: NEW! Handmade Candy Sticks from Candy Palace

The Candy Palace is always one of my favorite stops when visiting Main Street USA at Disneyland.

Candy Palace

On a recent walk through, I noticed an exciting new addition to the check out counter; Candy Sticks!

I immediately gravitated toward them because they reminded me of a very special holiday treat. Yep, Disneyland’s famous handmade candy canes.  Same width, same patterns, and same packaging, but less than 1/2 the price!

Candy Sticks from Candy Palace

Candy Sticks

New for Summer, the candy sticks are made in the Candy Palace kitchen using the same process as the Disneyland candy canes.  Each stick is generous in size, basically one of the giant candy canes minus the hook!

They are $4.99 each, and come in three flavors: orange, lemon lime, and cinnamon.  Unfortunately, because they are handmade, you may not use your annual pass for a discount on these puppies. There is however no limit on how many you can buy.

Orange, Cinnamon & Lemon-Lime

Of course I had to buy one of each flavor and take them home for experimental research!  When I got them out of their packages, I noticed that they had the same light and airy feel to them as the holiday Candy Canes.

Candy Sticks Unpackaged

Because they are handmade, you will notice that [Read more…]