Monday, May 25, 2015

Delicious Disneyland Food and Treats

I recently had a chance to go to Disneyland with one of my bestest friends (without our kids). It was awesome! If you haven't gone to Disneyland without kids I suggest you try it, it's a totally different experience.
Disneyland and California Adventure has some seriously good food but they also have some mediocre food. I want to share some of the delicious food and treats we tried.

Monte Cristo Sandwich
Disneyland, Cafe Orleans
This has been a long time favorite of mine. They are quite big and fill you up fast so take my advice and share an order.

Churro Bites
California Adventure, Cozy Cone Motel
These tasty little treats are so easy to just pop in your mouth, they are the perfect treat for wandering around the park. You can also order them with Cinnamon-Spiced Chocolate Sauce.

Hot Beignets
Downtown Disney, Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen
You may hear about the Mickey Beignets in Disneyland but skip those (they are good but not great) and head straight to Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen for hot Beignets made from the famous Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans recipe. They come in a paper bag, full of powder sugar. Shake them up and enjoy!

Baked Potato Soup
Disneyland, Carnation Cafe
On a cold evening at Disneyland the Baked Potato Soup is just the thing to warm you up and of course, it taste delicious.

Mediterranean Skewer Platter
California Adventure, Paradise Garden Grill
This was a nice change of pace from all the greasy burgers and fries.

Cheddar Garlic Bagel Twist
Disneyland, Maurice's Treats Snack Cart in Fantasy Faire
Whats better than warm bread? Not much! Loved this snack. Other flavors include Strawberry Twist and Chocolate Twist. 

Ramone's "Pear of Dice" Soda
California Adventure, Cozy Cone Motel
I really liked this refreshing drink!
I also liked the Pomegranate Limeade, although the flavor was a little strong and would probably order half with sprite next time.

Lemon Bumblebee Cupcake
Disneyland, Hungry Bear Restaurant
This is a very large cupcake with lemon cream filling and honey lemon frosting. Yum!

Honorable mentions

Grand Californian Hotel, Character Breakfast at Storytellers Cafe
This buffet breakfast has an assortment of  sweet breads, fruit, Mickey waffles, caramel french toast, made to order omelets and more. Just be careful of the characters that hug.

There are definely some things I left off this list that should be on here, I just didn't eat them this trip. I will have to make another trip and post more delicious Disneyland food right?

What are your favorite things to eat at Disneyland? 

1 comment:

  1. I have yet to try that monte cristo sandwich but my family is going this summer.


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