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WHEN you can buy Disneyland’s famous handmade candy canes this year!


Disneyland fans can celebrate the holiday season in full force again, after last year’s closures caused the disruption of most of the season’s offerings to the happiest place on Earth.

What a view!

With the return of the Disney California Adventure Festival of the Holidays and the debut of Disney Merriest Nites, however, there are many ways to celebrate the holidays this year!

If you want to dine at Disneyland this season, we have a CANDY holiday dining guide you can find at the resort! Traditional sweets made by Disneyland candy makers will now be available until January 9 at the following locations:

  • Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen at Disneyland Park
  • Hunny Spot at Pooh Corner at Disneyland Park
  • Bing Bong Sweet Stuff at Disney California Adventure Park
  • Trolley Treats at Disney California Adventure Park
  • Marceline’s Confectionery in the Downtown Disney District

Sweets available for purchase this year include Snowflake apple, which is a Granny Smith apple dipped in caramel and white chocolate decorated with blue sugar.

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Also available this season is the Mint marshmallow pop, which is a Mickey-shaped marshmallow octopus dipped in dark chocolate and topped with crushed mint candies.

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Another cake pop you can try this season is the Pop Snowflake Cake, a chocolate cake dipped in white chocolate and decorated with blue sugar and white chocolate snowflakes

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Back this season is the Pumpkin Spice Churro Toffee Square, which is a serving of butter toffee dipped in white chocolate and coated with pumpkin spices (not that it’s only offered during the month of November, so time is running out!).

Churro Toffee of pumpkin spices

Guests can also have a snack Crispbread, a crunchy rice dipped and decorated with different chocolates.

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Candy lovers can see a couple of tasty delicacies: the Mint fudge, which is a mint-flavored chocolate candy and Pumpkin fudge, which is a candy with pumpkin spices!

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Do you like Disneyland churros? Then take a look at the Churro Marshmallow Pop, which is a Mickey-shaped marshmallow octopus dipped in white chocolate and coated in cinnamon and sugar.

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But wait! There are more! We couldn’t talk about Disneyland holiday candies without mentioning the handmade candy canes! They return this year after a year of vacation in 2020, continuing a tradition that began in 1968. Candy canes will be available through the mobile waiting list at the following places and on the following dates :

  • Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen at Disneyland Park: December 7, 9, 15, 21 and 23.
  • Trolley Treats at Disney California Adventure Park: December 8, 14, 16 and 22.
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Please note that candy canes will be limited in quantity and restricted to one per guest. Be sure to follow along as we cover all the latest holiday delights at both Disneyland and Disney World!

Click here for our coverage of the first night of the event outside of Disneyland’s Merriest Nites!

Are you planning a Disneyland vacation this year? Let us know in the comments!

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