From sweet to salty, savory to tangy, and smoky to sour — Disneyland continues to provide a variety of satisfying flavors through its iconic snacks.
No, we’re not talking about the Mickey Premium Bar (although we’ll take one of those, too!).
We’re talking one-of-a-kind, Disneyland-exclusive treats that we can’t stop thinking about even after the final bite.
In Disneyland Park
Raspberry Rose Macaron — The Jolly Holly Bakery Café (Main Street USA)
It’s a macron that tastes as good as it looks. And it looks fabulous.
The Raspberry Rose Macaron featured in The Jolly Holiday Bakery Café on Main Street, USA, is a bright ruby red with one stylish gold streak across the top of its Mickey-shaped top.
The sweetness of the macaron is countered with the tartness of the raspberries. Delicious and picturesque, all for $5.99? No wonder we see it posted all over social media!
New Orleans Mint Julep — Mint Julep Bar (New Orleans Square)
This is the only drink featured on our list of iconic treats — so you know it’s got to be good.
The New Orleans Mint Juleps found at the Mint Julep Bar on New Orleans Square are the perfect cool-downs for those hot California days. The newer version (pictured above) has lost the bright green coloring of the older version (pictured below), but we appreciate the subtly.
Minty and iced, with a hint of lime — just the way we like ’em. You can grab one of these refreshing drinks for $4.49.
Monte Cristo Sandwich — Café Orleans (New Orleans Square)
Here’s another iconic treat from New Orleans Square: the Monte Cristo Sandwich from Café Orleans!
Okay, some may consider this more of a “meal” than a “snack,” since the price for this treat is $21. But either way, this is an iconic option you should try at least once.
It starts fairly basic — sliced turkey and ham with swiss cheese. But then, Café Orleans deep fries it, dusts it with powdered sugar, and serves it with a berry puree dipping sauce.
Our taste buds get confused in the best way, tasting all the cheesy, battered, sweet goodness in one delicious bite.
Psst –These treats may be iconic, but you may want to check out the NEW treats coming to Disneyland Resort here!
Chile-Mango Whip — The Tropical Hideaway (Adventureland)
What’s better than a traditional Dole Whip? How about one topped with pineapple, jicama, cucumber, mango, and chili-lime seasoning!
The Chili-Mango Whip from Adventureland’s Tropical Hideaway is iconic for different reasons: You either love it or you hate it. If you’re not a fan of intense spice, this probably is an iconic treat you should pass on.
However, if you’re tired of the same ol’ pineapple Dole Whip, this legendary snack — priced at $7.99 — is worth trying.
Hand-Dipped Corn Dogs — Little Red Wagon (Main Street USA)
It’s not a pretty snack (unless you consider that golden fried batter “pretty”… and we do), but its icon status has been forged by taste alone.
Is it even a Disneyland trip if you haven’t had one of the Hand-Dipped Corn Dogs from Little Red Wagon on Main Street, USA, for $5.99? There are no special ingredients to it, but its batter has been raved about through the ages.
It’s crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, and a mixture of salty-sweet goodness. (Just writing about it is making us hungry…)
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In Disney’s California Adventure
Fluffernutter Churro — Willie’s Churros (Buena Vista Street)
Churros are great and all, but have you ever had one covered in peanut butter, marshmallows, and chocolate chips?
The Fluffernutter Churro at Willie’s Churros cart on Buena Vista Street has an iconic name AND taste. It’s a cinnamon sugar churro drizzled with peanut butter and marshmallow sauce, all for $6.25.
It’s a great (and extremely rich-tasting) take on a classic treat.
Lobster Nachos — Lamplight Lounge (Pixar Pier)
Lamplight Lounge on Pixar Pier has an array of yummy appetizers, but the most iconic has to be those Lobster Nachos.
This nacho delight is constructed of warm lobster, black beans, aged cheddar-Oaxaca cheese sauce, pico de gallo, chipotle crema, and jalapenos — priced at $21.
Don’t want your nachos getting soggy? Try asking your server for them deconstructed! (Although you’ll miss out on that drippy cheese that we adore…)
It’s Snow-Capped Lemon! — Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats (Pixar Pier)
The Dole Whip frozen treat might be iconic in both Disneyland and Disney World, but the non-dairy lemon soft serve is specifically iconic in Pixar Pier at the Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats booth.
There are a few ways you can enjoy this lemon soft serve, but our favorite has to be its snow-capped form for $5.29.
A refreshing sour treat dipped in white chocolate. Hard to beat, right?
Outside the Parks
Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings — Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar (Disneyland Hotel)
We had to add something from Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar at the Disneyland Hotel in this lineup. Although the bar is famous for its interactive boozy drinks, it also has some pretty iconic appetizers — like the Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings for $13.
The side of Togarashi Aïoli is what makes this snack worth the hype. It adds that certain punch that makes these wings worth ordering. We’re so excited to see this bar back in action on July 2! Wait up for us, tasty wings!
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