We have the secrets to a Rapunzel-themed treat that is easy yet looks beautiful. Disney Family shared this cheery recipe whose golden-sun color and bright flowers will bring some fresh spring spirit to your day.
So little time, so MUCH food!
And although most of Disneyland Resort remains closed (although that could change soon), we’ve still been able to get our eat and drink on at Downtown Disney and on Buena Vista Street at Disney California Adventure. Plus, there’s a HUGE foodie event coming up at California Adventure soon!
But when Disney World reopened, our beloved Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe didn’t. NOOOOOO!!!! But this past week, our wishes were fulfilled, because we learned that the bakery would soon open its doors again!
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…]
all over the country — including at Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs and Disneyland’s Downtown Disney — have been celebrating Halloween all month long, and they’ve got a returning favorite for you now!
Through Halloween on October 31, Sprinkles is bringing back the absolutely indulgent Black Velvet Cupcake.
Yeah, that chocolate action is perfect for the holiday even without candy!
When the Happily Ever After fireworks show in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World replaced Wishes just over a year ago, the responses were all over the map. Some were deeply saddened; others were ready for a change. But one thing was for sure: there would be fireworks.
Lots and lots of fireworks. 😉
Disneyland Resort is the land of Mickey Mouse, princesses, and churros. Okay, maybe that’s not an official designation, but churros are a quintessential part of the Disneyland experience. With so many from which to choose (and even more available during Pixar Fest!), there’s a churro for everyone!
Our Disneyland correspondent, Heather (check her @DiningInDisney on Instagram!), is always up for a new churro, and she brings us the Pineapple Churro today! She picked this up from the churro cart in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle.
We often hear from readers who want to know if DFB’s favorites of yore have still got IT.
You know what we mean: do they still have the mojo that keeps guests coming back year after year. For some restaurants at Walt Disney World, it’s killer food and a seasonal, ever-changing menu that draws in a crowd. For others, it’s an atmosphere that can’t be beat — like ‘Ohana‘s warm family feel or Sanaa‘s animal friends right outside the window.
For Beaches & Cream, it’s a sense of nostalgia paired with comforting eats that have been consistently good since the soda shop opened its doors almost thirty years ago. (Let’s just table that thirty years ago bit because there’s no way we’re that old…)
Beaches & Cream is tucked in between the Yacht and Beach Club Resorts on an outdoor walkway adjacent to Stormalong Bay — the fabulous pool shared by the resorts. That means Beaches and Cream is in the Epcot Resort Area (and just a stone’s throw from the International Gateway that serves as an entrance to Epcot’s World Showcase). This convenient location means that even guests not staying at the Resorts will make the short trip to this casual table service location for a bite to eat.
But you (and I!) wanted to know: does Beaches & Cream still have IT?