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Disneyland: The Perfect Guide for a Foodie

O how I love Disneyland! I’ve been going since I was 1 and it still never gets old! Although I love going for the rides and parades, Disneyland has really stepped up their food game. It is insane how far the park has come since the 90’s when it comes to snacks! After reading this guide, you might think twice before ordering ice cream out of the wrapper, when you have so many other tasty options to choose from throughout the park!

Mickey Beignets (pronounced ben-yeiz)- I used to get Beignets at the little cafe next to Jazz Kitchen in Downtown Disney. The only problem is, it doesn’t open until 8am! and by that time I’d like to already be inside the park. The Mickey shaped beignets are in Disneyland next to the haunted mansion, which makes it way more convenient. They make the perfect breakfast to start the day at Disney!

Dole Whip Pineapple Float- The Dole Whip Pineapple Float is near the entrance of Adventureland right in front of the Tiki room. It is the perfect pick me up mid day snack. It doesn’t fill me up too much to where I’m bloated, so it saves room in my tummy for other delicious Disney treats! The Pineapple juice is very refreshing. I love to take my drink into the Tiki room to watch the show.

Raspberry Rose Macaron– After seeing this photo all over the gram, I knew I wanted to try it. Believe me it tastes as good as it looks! Sandwiched between meringue-like Macaron cookie shells, is raspberry rose cream and fresh raspberries! You can find this tasty snack at the Jolly Holiday Bakery on Main Street.

Clam Chowder and Gumbo in a Bread Bowel- It’s usually a tradition of mine to get soup in a bread bowl while visiting Disneyland, but this time around I was a little disappointed. The soup tasted similar to Campbell’s canned soup. The bread was almost too filling and kind of bland (not worth the calories). I’d recommend eating somewhere else for lunch.

Corn Dog– I’m not a huge corn dog lover unless I’m at Disneyland! The corn dog cart on Main street sells the best hand dipped corn dogs I’ve ever had.

Skewers– Across from Jungle Cruise, you will find Bengal Barbecue. Bengal Barbecue serves a wide variety of tasty skewers. The Bengal Beef and Chicken Teriyaki are my favorite. They serve vegetarian options as well. It is the perfect snack to add a little protein in your diet.

Blue Milk– Ah the new drink that everyone is talking about. Although it doesn’t sound appetizing, you do not want to miss out on this Disney treat. It tastes like a smoothie using plant-based dairy, so even the lactose intolerant can enjoy! Blue Milk is found near the entrance of the new world, Star Wars Galaxy Edge.

Drinks from Ogas Cantina– Disneyland finally serves alcohol! Also found in Star Wars Galaxy Edge, is Ogas Cantina. So many creative alcoholic and non alcoholic cocktails to choose from. Lets just say I was in cocktail heaven! This is a reservation only lounge, so make sure to make a reservation using the Disneyland app at the beginning of the day before they run out of time slots. This is a 2 drink minimum bar, so choose wisely. I tried The Outer Rim and Fuzzy TaunTaun, Both highly recommended! See Menu https://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dining/diningdetail.cfm?restaurant.id=752#menu

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