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Top 5 Desserts at Disneyland in Anaheim, CA

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1.  Mickey beignets  - Mint Julep Bar or Cafe Orleans in New Orleans Square

No trip to Disneyland is complete without this iconic Disney treat!  You can get them original style or with strawberries, and sometimes even seasonal flavors like pumpkin spice.  You can find them at the Mint Julep Bar, however, I highly recommend grabbing some at Cafe Orleans for a better presentation and ambiance.  

2.  Jack Jack Cookie Num-Num - Pixar Pier, California Adventure

Prepare yourselves, because this will be the most incredible cookie you've ever tasted!  And side note: its almost the size of your head.  The texture is cakelike deliciousness and the chocolate chips are rich, melted perfection!  If you are a cookie lover and happen to be walking along the Pixar Pier, you have got to try this.

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3.  Matterhorn Macaroon - Jolly Holiday Bakery, Main St. USA Disneyland

This dessert is the absolute peak of delectable!  It is of course inspired by the classic coaster Matterhorn Bobsleds.  Pictures don't even do it justice.  It has that soft, chewy texture and coconutty goodness you love in a macaroon, plus drizzled with a layer of white chocolate that makes this the ultimate sweet treat.  You can get this year round at the Jolly Holiday Bakery, and seasonally at Edelweiss Snacks.

4.  Churro Bites - Cozy Cone Motel, California Adventure


These deep fried, cinnamon-laced churro bites are so delectable they will drive you crazy!  They are served with a side of chocolate dipping sauce AND packaged inside a little cone... I mean, 10/10 for theming.  Stop by the Cozy Cone Motel and be sure to try the cutest little dessert you've ever seen!


5.  Pineapple Raspberry Dole Whip - Tropical Hideaway, Adventureland Disneyland


You're going to love this fun "twist" on the classic dole whip!  It is top tier level served on top of tropical fruits, with crystallized hibiscus and cookie sticks. You can also get with pineapple and orange which is a very refreshing option as well, but the pineapple raspberry has quickly become a fan favorite!

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