12 Secrets Behind Disneyland’s Most Famous Treats

By Hope Bidegainberry on October 22, 2019

Disneyland is known for their rides, festive decorations, and of course their delicious treats. Take a look at the list below of some of the interesting things you might not have known about the treats at Disneyland:

  1. No matter where you purchase your treats from, every backed good is made at the Central Bakery in Disneyland.
  2. Goods are delivered out of the Central Bakery before the park event opens, and sometimes stops are made throughout the day if things are selling out.
  3. Every single macaron is hand-piped, hand filled, and hand-decorated.
  4. Disneyland’s conchas are made using a cast member’s family recipe.
  5. Cast members press each chocolate chunk into the Jack-Jack Cookies by hand. 
  6. Each new menu item goes through multiple rounds of taste tests.
  7. All of Disneyland special event cakes and displays are made by a small group of trained pastry chefs.
  8. Mickey beignets are cut with a special machine before they are sent to the Mint Julep Bar to be fried.
  9. Sometimes a great won’t be fully completed until right before you order it.
  10. The special checkerboard-style cake and icing patterns are simpler to make then they look.
  11. Even though many treats get seasonal makeovers and look different during holidays, they follow the same recipe year-round.
  12. The gingerbread house you seasonally sea during the Haunted Mansion ride is actually made out of food and it’s also made at the Central Bakery.

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