You might recall when Disneyland Resort’s Village Haus was shrouded in Beauty and the Beast details and renamed Red Rose Taverne, but what might surprise you is that the shroud remains intact! Red Rose Taverne is still very much a part of the park’s Fantasyland, and — as such — it’s also getting in the Halloween Time spirit!
Hungry Bear Restaurant at Disneyland Resort is offering a sweet treat for Halloween Time — and it combines churros and cereal! Here’s the Churro Bites Cereal Sundae!
If that sounds like an awesome combination of words, imagine how great it is in reality! These are fruity-cereal dusted churro bites, sugary glaze, a scoop of fruity ice cream, some raspberry sauce, and a smattering of fruity cereal! [Read more…]
BoardWalk Bakery has long been one of our favorite spots to check out rotating cupcakes. Located at the BoardWalk Inn and Villas, this counter service location is conveniently located for an afternoon break from both Epcot and Hollywood Studios (and it’s near Ample Hills Creamery, which we love!)
Among the outstanding dining experiences in Epcot’s France Pavilion at Walt Disney World is a L’Artisan des Glaces, the pavilion’s quick service ice cream and sorbet spot.
This charming little (and we do mean little) shop used to be France’s pastry shop Boulangerie Patisserie, which was replaced, relocated, and renamed Boulangerie Patisserie Les Halles about five years ago.
But what L’Artisan des Glaces lacks in space, it more than makes up for in quality.
Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort tend to jump on particular food trends and…never let go. Right now, it’s all about the Push Pop.
The craze started slowly back in 2015 during Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival when France introduced the Peach Iced Tea ice pop.
Then France served the Ice Pop Pomme (an apple flavored alcoholic ice pop!) at that year’s Epcot Food and Wine Festival.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World is the place to go if you like changes because with Toy Story Land set to open on June 30 and construction continuing in earnest on Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, there’s no shortage of new on the ever-expanding horizon.
And the latest addition to the Star Wars universe — spin-off Solo: A Star Wars Story — has inspired a brand new cupcake at Hollywood Studios’ go-to locale for pastries and sweets: Trolley Car Café.
Solo: A Star Wars Story Cupcake is billed as cookies and cream with cookie crumble buttercream. And this is one for the chocolate lovers out there!
Pixar Fest is a the funnest food game in town at Disneyland Resort, and with everything from Funnel Cake Fries to Fried Bologna Sandwiches, there’s something for everyone. The Vanilla-Glazed Wilderness Donut sold at the cappuccino cart near Sleeping Beauty Castle is one such treat that is likely to be enjoyed far and wide.
It’s Pixar Fest at Disneyland Resort, and with the amount of fabulous themed eats in Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park, it’s our job to sample them all. Today we’re bringing you two Pixar Fest cake pops! Seriously — there are so many cake pops, and they’re located all over the parks!
We’re not really sure how to tell you this, so we’re just gonna come out with it: Walt Disney World’s beloved Carrot Cake Cookie has been ‘updated.’ Changed. Reinvented. Altered unnecessarily. However you say it, the truth remains: the Carrot Cake Cookie as we knew it is no more.
Let’s get into this. You can still find the Carrot Cake Cookie at Trolley Car Treats — Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ Starbucks location. (Since Sweet Spells closed a couple of weeks ago, Trolley Car is the only location where you can pick up this popular treat!) It costs $3.99 (or a DDP snack credit), so it’s a relatively reasonable price.