Without a doubt, Disneyland and California Adventure is my favorite place to snack on a churro. When freshly made, the churros at Disneyland are a tantalizing treat for any park-goer. The fried dough is intoxicating and lures me to the food stand. The texture of the churro stands out with the crispy outside and specks of sugar flaking off to the sides. When taking the first bite of the churro, the warmth and smell of the sugar filters into your nostrils. For me, a churro is gone within the first five minutes of purchasing it. I would eat this anytime of the day during my visit.
Only sold at the food stand near the Tiki Tiki room, the Dole whip soft serve and float is an addictive concoction. The soft serve itself is tangy with a right amount of sweet and is perfect for any type of weather. I would prefer the Dole whip float since the soft serve sits on top of pineapple juice topped with a Maraschino cherry and an umbrella. If you are a pineapple and ice cream fan, the Dole whip is right up your alley; if not, trying this might change your mind.
At the end of Main Street, sits the corn dog cart that attracts a slew of Disneyland guests. These corn dogs are magical and a decent price for a meal. Not all snack areas accept Annual Pass holder discounts, but lo and behold, this one does! This is not your average sized corn dog and can be served with apples or chips.
The corn dogs are hand dipped and freshly fried. Each corn dog has a crispy, yet fluffy exterior that delves into a juicy, interior. Batter is thick and rich on this corn dog; but retains flavor. The corn dogs are an upgrade from your usual county fair or cafeteria made ones.
This is only a snippet of what Disneyland parks has to offer in terms of snacking. I still have a long way to go in terms of my foodie quest at Disneyland and California Adventure. These snacks are a great start and are all under $10. If you happen to be meandering at these parks, give these a try.
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