Disneyland has really stepped up their Valentine’s Treats. In the past there would be Valentine’s Day inspired treats only offered on February 14th, but that all changed this year. Now through Feb 18th there is a long list of goodies you can get your hands on. We tackled a good majority of desserts being offered around Disneyland, that I want to share with you.
When visiting Disneyland, a must have is the Monte Cristo and Pommes Frites at Café Orleans in New Orleans Square. They have so many great items on the menu, but these two items are a Disneyland Classic that you have to indulge in at least once.
Indoor or outdoor seating available. I prefer to sit outside so I can people watch and enjoy the sights and sounds of New Orleans Square.
Springtime at Disneyland is something very special. You can’t help but stop and enjoy all of the flowers and greenery around every corner. On our recent trip I couldn’t resist snapping pics of the touches of Spring throughout the park, as well as Disney California Adventure.
I’m still mourning the loss of the Peanut Butter sandwich from Pooh Corner, but one new thing I am enjoying in its place is each month Candy Palace, Pooh Corner, and Trolley Treats have a special marshmallow wand. In March the marshmallow wand was Triple Chocolate, it was dipped in caramel, chocolate, covered in mini chocolate chips then drizzled with milk, dark and white chocolate. I could barely sneak more then a couple bites from my teenager, so needless to say, we loved it! Continue reading
Every year we designate a December and January visit to Disneyland for both of our boys’ birthdays. On these particular visits, they get to pick out what rides we hit and get any treats they want…wait, they do that every visit?! HA! My youngest turned 7 this year so we visited the park in late January to celebrate his day. On our way to the park, I like to tweet @disneylandtoday for a fun little birthday shout out that makes my kids’ day.
Hayden is one of the pickiest kids you may ever meet. The only treats he wants from Disneyland are Mickey shaped soft pretzels, Mickey cake pops, hot dogs and macaroni & cheese, all depending on his mood. This particular visit he wanted a Mickey pretzel as soon as we got to the park. Mickey pretzels can be found at Pretzel Carts located all throughout the park. They also sell a side of nacho cheese at an additional cost or cream-cheese filled pretzels. Continue reading