My Top Sweets at the Disneyland Resort

If you are anything like me, you have a major sweet tooth. And if you are anything like me, you find Disneyland to be the perfect place to indulge said sweet tooth. I mean, you so cannot go wrong with so many of the yummy sweets you can find in the park. These are just some of my favorites!




The Sea Salt Caramel Sundae from the Ghiradelli Soda Fountain in California Adventure. The name alone should say it all, but if you need more convincing, this decadent ice cream sundae is a caramel lover’s dream. It has swirls of caramel inside, along with some hot fudge, vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, and sea salt on top. My favorite thing about this sundae is the sea salt because it really holds it texture (I find a lot of the times sea salt kind of dissolves away) and gives a perfect balance to the sweetness of the sundae. Also, this bad boy is definitely big enough to share.

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The Mickey Ice Cream Bar is a classic, and you can’t beat it on a hot day at the parks. It’s a simple vanilla ice cream bar, but what really makes it is the richness of the chocolate. Yummy!

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These Milk Chocolate Salted Caramels are my favorite treat to take home from the parks. Anytime I am staying down in the OC overnight, I grab a bag of these guys to take back to the hotel. They are the perfect late night snack…or late afternoon snack…or breakfast.

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The Maple Nut Fudge from Candy Palace on Main Street in Disneyland. Not going to lie, all the fudge is divine, but I’m a big fan of maple fudge and you can’t find it most places, so this one is my go to. Also not going to lie that I would prefer it without the nuts, but I will put up with them for maple goodness.

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Some other notable favorites that aren’t pictured include the English Toffee from Candy Palace and the create-your-own ice cream bars from Clarabelle’s in California Adventure. A notable sweet treat that I think you should totally skip: churros. #Sorrynotsorry. The churros at Disneyland are fine and tasty, but they are not the best sweet (or most unique treat) you can find in the park. And to me, they taste like any other churro I have had at any other theme park or baseball stadium. There are much better ways to spend $5 on sweets, in my opinion. Also, while I do love me a Dole Whip, I cannot justify standing in line for that long for ice cream. I mean, I know it’s delicious, but I just can’t do it. More power to you if you are willing to wait!

What are your go to sweets at the Disneyland Resort? I’m always looking for excuses to buy sugar new things to try, so leave me your suggestions!


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