Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. My family and I were given one day park-hoppers and meal vouchers by the Disneyland Resorts to aid me with this post. We had a wonderful time and all opinions are 100% my own.
Last week I decided to have a day off… a day away from everything and just go to the happiest place on earth…. Disneyland. I called my sweetest friend Monique and said “Let’s go to Disneyland for the day and just eat!” It didn’t take much convincing, by 8:30a.m. we were on the tram and already wondering what we were going to have for breakfast in the park…. holiday style of course. We started our day with Pumpkin Mickey-shaped beignets and coffee. We took it slow, we only ordered 3 because we knew we had the rest of the day ahead of us!
The rest of the day was filled with a bunch of sugar cookies, popcorn that comes in an adorable Mickey container, candied apples and other super cutie holiday treats that can only be found during this time of year!
Then a couple of weeks ago I was at Disneyland for a Holiday event and sampled some amazing sweets…. everything from peppermint brownies, chocolate bark, yule log cake, and a sourdough snowman loaf. In short, holiday treats at Disneyland are the best, and can be found all throughout the parks.
Oh and did I mention the candy canes…. Okay, so there are the most beautiful candy canes sold at Disneyland during the holiday season and you can only buy them once inside the park…. you go to the designated location (Candy Palace or Trolley Treats) and wristbands are distributed. Wristbands are limited, and only available while supplies last….so get there early.
Here are the dates if you need a beautiful candy cane in your life:
- Candy Palace: Dec. 12, 16, 19, 21, 23, 24
- Trolley Treats: Dec. 13, 15, 20, 22, 25