Disneyland is gearing up for the holiday season. Starting now through January 9, 2022, guests can find many treat options located at the Disneyland resort! Yes, the candy canes will also be back this year!
If you are looking for a special holiday treat you can find them at the following locations:
- Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen at Disneyland park
- Hunny Spot in Pooh Corner at Disneyland park
Disney California Adventure
- Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff at Disney California Adventure park
- Trolley Treats at Disney California Adventure park
Downtown Disney District
- Marceline’s Confectionery at Downtown Disney District
Mobile order is available as well.
Let’s take a look at the treats!
Snowflake Apple – Granny Smith apple dipped in caramel and white chocolate decorated with blue sanding sugar
Peppermint Marshmallow Pop – Mickey-shaped marshmallow pop dipped in dark chocolate and coated with crushed peppermint candy
Snowflake Cake Pop – Chocolate cake pop dipped in white chocolate and decorated with blue sanding sugar and white chocolate snowflakes
Pumpkin Spice Churro Toffee Square – Buttery toffee dipped in white chocolate and coated with pumpkin spice (offered only during the month of November)
Gingerbread Crispy – Crisped rice treat dipped and decorated with various chocolates
Peppermint Fudge – Peppermint-flavored chocolate fudge
Pumpkin Fudge – Pumpkin-spiced fudge
Churro Marshmallow Pop – Mickey-shaped marshmallow pop dipped in white chocolate and coated with cinnamon and sugar
Then there are the hand crafted candy canes!
Since 1968 Disneyland has been creating hand rolled, hand pulled and hand twisted 18″ candy canes during the holiday season.
These are hard to get and there will be a limited number during the days mentioned. You can find them at two locations, one in Disneyland Park and one at Disney California Adventure.
- Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen at Disneyland park: Dec. 7, 9,15, 21, 23
- Trolley Treats at Disney California Adventure park: Dec. 8, 14, 16, 22
Here is the kicker, you need to use a mobile waitlist system to get one. It’s kind of like the virtual queue insanity for an attraction like Rise of the Resistance, but for candy canes.
This is how you get one (paragraphs of fine print, for a candy cane):
“For a chance to purchase one of the candy canes this year, a mobile waitlist system will be used, as quantities are very limited. Once the mobile waitlist is activated, you can add your name and phone number at the location to receive a text back with a time to return to the location for the opportunity to purchase your candy cane, subject to availability.** Candy canes are not available through mobile order.
(Note: All offerings subject to availability, and change or cancellation without notice.)
*Message, data and roaming rates may apply. Availability subject to handset limitations, and features may vary by handset, service provider or otherwise. Coverage and app stores not available everywhere. If you’re under 18, get your parents’ permission first.
**A very limited number of candy canes will be available for each release date, while supplies last. In-person purchase required. Limit 1 per guest. Subject to restrictions and change without notice, including but not limited to, change of release dates and prices. No discounts apply. No exchanges or refunds. If mobile waitlist is used, data and message rates and other restrictions may apply.
Both valid admission and theme park reservation for same park on the same day are required for park entry. Park reservations are limited, subject to availability, and are not guaranteed for any specific date or park. Other restrictions apply. Attractions, experiences, entertainment and offerings may be modified, limited in availability, or unavailable, and are subject to change or cancellation without notice.
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Source: Disney Parks Blog
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