If you are a Maleficent fan, you are definitely going to want to check out some of the great treats that are available for a limited time at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. These treats will only be available through October 31st, so you will want to get yours while you can! Check it out below.
Check out this video for how the candle apple treat is made:
At Disneyland Resort, the amazing candy apple will be available at Marceline’s Confectionery within the Downtown Disney District, Trolly Treats and Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff at Disney California Adventure park, and Candy Palace and Hunny Spot at Disneyland park. The candy apple is dipped in caramel and chocolate before being topped with two crispy treat horns.
There will also be the Maleficent crispy treat that is available at the same shops. There is also a Maleficent churro available at the churro cart in Tomorrowland near Buzz Light Year Astro Blasters. It is coated with cookie crumbles and colored sugar, plus you can order the marshmallow dipping sauce to go with it.
At Walt Disney World, guests can head over to the Intermission Food Court at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort to enjoy the Maleficent cupcake. The cupcake is a chocolate cake that is filled with crispy pearls and topped with vanilla citrus buttercream, chocolate horns, and green glitter. At The Artist’s Palette at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa as well as Good’s Food To Go at Disney’s Old Key West Resort there is a different Maleficient cupcake. This cupcake is also made with chocolate cake and features salted caramel ganache buttercream, chocolate horns, and rainbow glitter.
Be sure to stop at The Ganachery at Disney Springs to check out the dark chocolate piñata that is full of house-made vanilla bean marshmallows and crispy pearls. You get to crack it open with a souvenir wooden mallet.
All of these treats are only available through October 31st, so don’t miss out on trying them!
Which of these Maleficent treats would you most like to try?
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