Specialty Confections From Pooh To You

One of my favorite spots in Disneyland is Pooh’s Corner in Critter Country! And, luckily, Disneyland has chosen to create a few specialty items that bring the stories of Winnie the Pooh to life.

The next time you’re in Pooh Country, don’t miss:

Hunny Pot Apples
Check out the adorable little bees “stuck” in the “honey!”

Hunny Pot Apples

Pooh’s Hunny Pot Rice Krispie Treats
These adorable little krispies are decorated as Pooh’s favorite [Read more…]

Tigger Tails vs. Tiger Tails

This is one of the fun posts I promised in my last Newsletter, and I’m pretty excited to explore the intricate differences between these two Disney favorites!

Disney World and Disneyland both have some great signature food items — Dole Whips, Mickey Premium Bars, popcorn, pretzels… but only Disneyland has Tiger Tails AND Tigger Tails! Now, the names can get confusing, so let’s check out how to tell them apart ;-):

Tigger Tails

If you like marshmallows, caramel, and chocolate — this is the treat for you. Named after everyone’s favorite bounceriffic tiger, Tigger, these treats are homemade in Disneyland’s Pooh Corner!

Pooh Corner in Critter Country

Tigger Tail

Now, I’ll be honest and say that I’m not a HUGE marshmallow fan. I like them best when they’re toasted and smushed between chocolate and graham crackers or spread between bread with some gooey peanut butter in a fluffernutter, so I wasn’t really expecting to like the Tigger Tail all that much. After all, it’s [Read more…]

Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Sandwich

Now, you know I don’t post on Saturdays if I can help it, but I was much too much craving this little sandwich to not tell you all about it.

Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Sandwich

Graham crackers. Peanut Butter. Chocolate.

That’s really all you need to know, but I’ll expound.

This particular little sandwich was found at Pooh Corner in Disneyland, which really is the heart of all things sweet and wonderful in Critter Country. You can find them all over Disneyland, though; so pop into any candy shop. Sadly these have been discontinued in Disney World, where you can only find the s’mores version now.

Pooh Corner in Critter Country

Basically, you start with a graham cracker, pile half an inch of peanut butter on top (the good, sugary, stand-up-on-its-own kind of peanut butter, too — not that creamy stuff you put on toast and celery), then smother the whole thing in a ton of milk chocolate. Wondering why it’s called a sandwich when there isn’t a second graham cracker? Me, too. But I didn’t see one in the photo. Do you?

Peanut Butter Sandwich Cross Section

Anyway, I think we can all agree that We Love Pooh for this one, right?

Have a great weekend! See you tomorrow for the Disney Food Post Round-Up!