Dining in Disneyland columnist, Heather Sievers, walks us through what goes into making one of those beautiful World of Color caramel apples in Disneyland! Oh, and she samples one on our behalf as well
If you read my posts regularly, you know I am a sucker for Marceline’s in Downtown Disney. That giant candy kitchen window is my favorite thing to check when I go to the parks. You never know what they will be making. I’ve seen everything from cupcakes to chocolate dipped strawberries, and just about every type of Disney caramel apple they make. Yet, I had never seen them making the World of Color apples until just this past week. And, until I did, I had no idea what an art form making one of these little beauties was.
The first thing I noticed was that there is a “full-time” marshmallow cutter. Disneyland uses large, Kraft Jet Puffed Marshmallows for the ears on all of their [Read more…]