You can get Gingerbread Popcorn in the Grand Floridian Hotel & Spa, stop by Disney’s Beach and Yacht Clubs for their Holiday Bon Bons, and now you can visit Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort for another holiday treat made with…eggnog!
While Disneyland is closed, we’re missing A LOT about the parks…especially our favorite foods! Well, there’s still one very BIG reason that you should want to go to Disneyland right now (yep, even while those main gates are still closed!).
We’re specifically talking CHURRO TOFFEEEE! If you know us, you might know we’re basically OBSESSED with this stuff! While you can make it at home using this easy recipe, we think this epic treat might be the PERFECT reason to plan a trip to Downtown Disney! 😉 Break out the stretchy pants and get ready to drool! [Read more…]
There are a lot of still new things to enjoy at Animal Kingdom, and today we’ve got the scoop on a few of them!
Over at Tiffins, the much-lauded signature restaurant that embraces travel and adventure, diners may experience not one but two prix fixe menus! The first prix fixe option is designed for busy days — days when the restaurant has lots of ADRs lined up. Offerings include Braised Wagyu Pozole and Grilled Swordfish.
You know that feeling when you’ve rope-dropped Soarin’ Around the World… but in order to do that, you had to skip breakfast?
Yeah, that feeling is hunger. And we’ve got just the thing to help you muster your strength for the rest of your day.
It’s a little thing we call Cinnamon French Toast Bread Pudding. Actually, that’s not just us. That’s what the friendly folks at Sunshine Seasons in the Land Pavilion at Epcot call it, too 😉 .
You know Sunshine Seasons as the conveniently located food court with fresh and unusual-by-theme-park-standards grub. We like to keep a close eye on the menus and pastry cases here because it seems like new things are always popping up.
Ah, Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner — this is why I lurve you. So much.
Min & Bill’s has introduced yet another killer seasonal milkshake that you and I MUST have.
If you’re scratching your head and saying, “Min and Bill’s? What? Where?” — you aren’t alone. It’s not that it’s hidden or anything; you just probably don’t expect much from this boat-as-a-food-destination.
But this often-overlooked spot can be a treasure trove of unique eats and drinks. I’ve been a fan of their Frankfurter in a Pretzel Roll (especially the Pretzel Roll part of the equation) forever.
But the seasonal shake that I tried that day, the Caramel Apple Milkshake, was fantastic. And now, there’s yet another crave-worthy option here.
Check out that awesomeness that is the Cinnamon Sweet Churro Milkshake. And just in time too — ’cause I hear that [Read more…]
Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World has debuted Frozen Summer Fun.
See Anna and Elsa, ice skate (in the summer! in Florida!), catch some snowflakes, attend a sing-along, and of course, snack on some Frozen treats! From snowflake cookies to Olaf cupcakes, there’s plenty of snacks to keep you going.
Plus, the 2014 Epcot Candlelight Processional Packages are now on sale. Whether you’re visiting Disney World for the summer or holidays, we know you’ll find some amazing meals, snacks, and beverages.
You’ll find all the new Disney Food tidbits by clicking on the links below!
Disney Food News
- We have fun “Frozen” food and beverages from Disney World’s Hollywood Studios!!
- 2014 Epcot Candlelight Processional Packages are now open for booking at Walt Disney World!
- Check out the Vanilla Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich and Cinnamon, Caramelized Apple & Crumble Crunch Ice Cream at L’Artisan des Glaces in Epcot’s France Pavilion.
- La Place de Rémy (the Ratatouille themed area) is now open at Disneyland Paris in the Walt Disney Studios Park!
Of course, there’s more!
Check out all the latest Disney Food News — even the stuff we don’t mention in posts on the blog! — on our Disney Food News Pin Board, including restaurant closures, and more!
DFB Reader Finds
Aloha! This week we’re highlighting tasty menu items from Disney’s Polynesian Resort. First up, Facebook Friend Kristen shares “One of the best breakfasts I’ve ever had. The Samoan from Kona Cafe!”. Wow! We agree, Kristen!
And here’s a fan favorite — Bread Pudding from ‘Ohana sent in by DFB Reader Diandra. Yes, please!!
While the Polynesian Resort is undergoing renovations, it’s still a great choice for Disney Meals. Thanks for sharing!
Disney Food Blog Guide to Epcot Snacks e-Book, 2014 Edition
Recently, we announced the Grand Launch of the Disney Food Blog Guide to Epcot Snacks e-Book, 2014 Edition! And to continue the celebration, we’re offering a $3 discount for a limited time! Use code Epcot2014 at check-out!
We’ve updated our detailed snack guide to help you find the best eats (and treats!) in Walt Disney World’s Epcot. You’ll see some of your old favorites as well as some snacks that you might have missed. We’ve kept most of the snacks in the $1-5 range, but there are a few big spenders in there. (Yep, that turkey leg or frozen mojito is gonna cost you!)
How Do I Get One?
There is absolutely no waiting to satisfy your snack cravings! This guide is an instantly downloadable PDF guide with over 290 pages of information and advice on over 150 delicious snacks that you can savor in Disney World’s Epcot. Download your copy right now, and start planning!
This guide is guaranteed to help you better plan your snacks and treats in Epcot, or your money back — we all know that treats in Epcot are just as important as a FastPass+ for Soarin!
The DFB Guide to Epcot Snacks e-Book includes: [Read more…]
The Candy Palace is always one of my favorite stops when visiting Main Street USA at Disneyland.
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!
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.
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.
Because they are handmade, you will notice that [Read more…]