Tomorrow is Disneyland’s 66th Anniversary! To celebrate, the Happiest Place on Earth will present a special character cavalcade along with some limited-time snacks! This is turning out to be a big week for new snacks at Disneyland, with the new Pineapple Split DOLE Whip Sundae arriving in time for the grand reopening of Jungle Cruise!
While the big “birthday” is tomorrow, July 17th, guests in the park today can get a head start on some of the festivities today!
We were visiting Disneyland this afternoon and spotted the limited-time Disneyland Anniversary Caramel Apple in Pooh Corner!
This scrumptious and rather spiffy-looking snack is dipped in Caramel along with Milk, Dark, AND White Chocolate with Blue Sugar, a White Chocolate Bow Tie, and Yellow M&M’s, and, of course, garnished with Marshmallow Ears.
This apple is looking pretty dapper if you ask us and is totally dressed to the nines!
The caramel is buttery as always, and the sugar adds a nice crunch and texture to this treat! Disneyland’s apples are usually pretty sweet, and this snack can definitely be shared with a friend! The apple is available at Pooh Corner in Critter Country for $12.99.
In addition to this Caramel Apple, guests also will be able to grab limited-time celebratory cupcakes at Jolly Holiday Bakery this weekend. We’ll be on the lookout for even more anniversary happenings this weekend at Disneyland, so be sure to follow along for all of the latest news!
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The chocolate and caramel apples look great but I am constantly on the prowl for a traditional red candy coved Granny Smith apple. The best of sweet and tart, but seemingly non existent on Disney property. They used to be available at Disney springs, but are increasingly difficult to be had at The Candy Cauldron Goofy’s Candy Shop. I check at every visit, but have not been able to buy one any more. Any suggestions DFB on where I can get one…or two…