It’s time to get our quack on in Disneyland’s Toontown and order up a Daisy’s Diner specialty: Pepperoni Pizza!
Now, Daisy’s Diner isn’t exactly haute cuisine, but it does have something special going for it. Get ready for a slice of fun!
Breakfast is one of our absolute favoritemeals to enjoy at the Disney parks — along with lunch, second lunch, dinner, second dinner… . But in all seriousness, is it just us or does breakfast just seem to taste better at Disney World?
That’s why we’re counting down our top 10 most intriguing breakfast bites to get your morning motor runnin’. What’s on the menu? Let’s take a look!
A few weeks ago we shared some cool info for our U.K. readers: Primark’s newest location in Birmingham was set to get a Primark Cafe with Disney!
Can’t get enough Mickey-shaped treats this Halloween season? We brought you the scoop on festive fall treats available in Walt Disney World, and now we’re coming at ya with a review on this spooky, sweet treat from Trolley Car Cafe in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Need to know more about this pumpkin-inspired dessert? We’ve got you covered.
Officially named Chocolate Cake – topped with chocolate mousse and chocolate Mickey ears, this dessert consists of a mini chocolate cake topped with chocolate mousse, orange and black glaze, and chocolate Mickey ears. Anyone else feel like they missed an opportunity to call this Mickey Mousse? No, just us? 🙂
With so many creative and interesting snacks available at Disneyland Resort, it might seem like there’s no place for the simplest of treats: good ol’ fashioned Jell-o.
But that’s where White Water Snacks steps in — in the most magical way possible. Because White Water Snacks has Mickey-shaped Jello!
Woo! Back it up! Our Disneyland correspondent Heather (follow her @DiningInDisney!) stopped in for a snack recently, and discovered these jiggly mouse-shaped treats in a cooler in the grab-and-go section.
Also in this cooler are cream for coffee and packets of butter for other dishes — right next to a whipped cream canister.
Heather being the intrepid Disneyland snacker that she is spotted an opportunity immediately. The thick strawberry Jello was a decent portion and honestly as cute as one might reasonably expect Jello to be.
And now she had the perfect Jello food hack: cover that sweet treat in delicious whipped cream!
From every angle this has childhood favorite written all over it — only it’s not just a bowl of hastily spooned Jello. It’s Mickey!
Okay, so technically this is called Mickey Strawberry Gelatin, but we like to keep simple things simple: it’s Jell-o. And it’s delightful!
And that’s how Mickey Jello with Whipped Cream was born! And we love it in every way!
We’re so happy that the simplest food pleasures persist, even in the face of the incredible creativity and skill that brings pastries and desserts to life at the Disney Parks. And a food hack involving Whipped Cream? Always a win!
What’s your favorite simple pleasure at the Disney Parks? Share with us in the comments!
We recently gave you a heads up that Disneyland Resort icon River Belle Terrace is now serving table service breakfast, and if you thought we’d miss a chance to review this offering, you were sorely mistaken. 😉
Disneyland correspondent Heather Sievers (@DiningInDisney) headed in and ordered everything on the menu — all for you!
River Belle Terrace is a Disneyland icon for a reason: the dining location has been a fixture since the park’s opening, although its name has changed over the years. The current moniker has been in place since 1971, and the style and decor? Oh, just you wait!
It’s challenge time, Disney food friends! And this time it’s all about the Main Mouse: Mickey! You already know that we love pretty much all things Mickey-shaped, so what better excuse to munch on those iconic ears than with a Mickey-Shaped Food Challenge?! Thanks to our DFB youtube channel viewer who suggested this fun challenge!
Check out 19 of our favorites below
— and see if you can get ’em all!!!
There are so many unique eats at the Tokyo Disney Resort. In this post, I’ve complied most of the items my family tried on our recent trip. Rather than do individual posts on each thing, here’s a mega post featuring them all! Ready, let’s go to Tokyo!
I’m going to start with my very first snack stop at Tokyo Disney Sea. We stopped at Refrescos’ in the Mediterranean Harbor area for a little bit of everything: A Gyoza Sausage Bun, a Maple Mickey Churro, and Cream of Corn Soup. Basically one of every thing on the menu. We were really excited because there was absolutely zero line. I’m told that the Gyoza Sausage Bun is one of the most popular items at Disney Sea and sometimes people wait over an hour for one. We lucked out because apparently this was an area that just recently started selling them. Normally they are only at the stand in Mysterious Island.
I was most excited about the Maple Mickey Churro, but unfortunately, it fell way short of the churros we have at the Disneyland Resort. Although it scored major points for being Mickey shaped, the churro itself was hard, dry and had very little flavor. Really cute, but not at all worth it.
The Corn Soup was fabulous. It’s not creamy like a chowder you’d find in the states, but it is still flavorful and hits the spot on a chilly day. I love that it’s served in [Read more…]
If you’re like me, you typically reserve gingerbread treats for the end of the year. I simply can’t disassociate the fragrance and taste of gingerbread from all-things-Holidays.
I look forward each November to the Gingerbread Cupcake at Hollywood Studios in the same way I look forward to making gingerbread treats in my own home throughout December. (Okay, so they’re the pre-made/pre-cut cookies that you just have to warm up in the oven… that counts, right?)
BUT, if you want access to delicious gingerbread all year round…you’ve got it — in the form of the Mickey Gingerbread Cookie!
You’ll often find this little guy in bakery cases across Disney World. But I’ve had the best luck at Sweet Spells and Writer’s Stop in Hollywood Studios, Goofy’s Candy Co. in Downtown Disney, and Magic Kingdom’s Main Street Confectionery, which is where I grabbed mine.
The composition is simple: a gingerbread cookie with the signature ears dipped in milk chocolate, with two white chocolate candy buttons to spiffy up the ol’ outfit. To be honest, he looks more like a “Mickey Fan Gingerbread” wearing an ear hat as opposed to a “Mickey Gingerbread” to me, but we’ll let that slide, since he looks cute as a traditional Gingerbread Man either way!
Maybe it’s because [Read more…]