Well, the first night I got cotton candy wasted, and it was all down hill from there...
The next morning we got Mickey shaped beignets covered in powered sugar and mint juleps! (non-alcoholic of course, they don't serve alcohol in Disneyland). Such a yummy sweet treat!
For dinner we went to the Blue Bayou, which is the restaurant inside the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. This has got to be my favorite place to eat in the whole park. The meat is always so tender, and the potatoes are to die for. (The pictures don't do it justice) Plus, eating under the lanterns makes it all the more magical!
Disneyland's famous corn dogs, and ice cream, and pineapple Dole whip floats...oh my! Do I spy a hidden Mickey?
You can't go to Disneyland without eating one of these little beauties. And just in case you were wondering, yes, everything does taste better Mickey shaped.
And last but not least...the lobster nachos at Cove Bar in California Adventure. My mouth waters just thinking about them! Since it opened, coming here is a must for every Disney trip. Delicious food and drinks, plus it is right out on the water by Paradise Pier. Amazing food and an amazing view, what more could you ask for?
What is your favorite food at Disneyland?
xo, Jenny Lynn