Nerd Food: Pixar Candy Available at Pixar Fest in Disneyland

Posted by April 26, 2018 Comment

There’s something special about consuming sweets in any Disney park. It makes them taste 100 times better, and it adds extra magic to your Disney trip. As you all know, I love food — especially in a Disney park. The Disney Parks Blog understands my desire and need to be in the constant know about all the food at the various Disney properties, and since I will be in Disneyland this July, they’ve been kind enough to list all of the sweet treats available during Pixar Fest.

Candy Palace (Main Street, U.S.A., Disneyland park)

  • Grape Soda Cake Pop – Inspired by Disney•Pixar’s film “Up,” this grape-flavored cake pop is dipped in white chocolate and covered in purple sugar.
  • Pixar Ball Cake Pop (Available through June 22) – A vanilla cake pop inspired by everyone’s favorite bouncing ball!
  • Buttercup Apple (Available through June 22) – Inspired by the lovable Buttercup from Disney•Pixar’s “Toy Story 3,” this candy apple is dipped in white chocolate and decorated with marshmallows, yellow sugar, pink chocolate, and a corn chip horn.
  • Alien Apple (Available through June 22) – Oooooooo, we are eternally grateful for this candy apple dipped in green and blue chocolate and decorated with blue and purple sugar, white and dark chocolate eyes, a mini-marshmallow antenna, marshmallow ears, and a dark chocolate smile.
  • Pixar Ball Apple (Available starting June 23) – Dipped in yellow chocolate, this candy apple is striped with blue chocolate and blue sugar and topped with a fondant star.
  • Alien Cake Pop (Available starting June 23) – This chocolate cake pop is dipped in green and white chocolate and decorated with marshmallows and blue and purple sugar.
  • Dug Cake Pop (Available starting June 23) – I have just met this chocolate cake pop, and I love this chocolate cake pop! It’s dipped in white chocolate, covered in gold sugar, and decorated with marshmallow ears, dark and white chocolate, and small round candy-coated chocolates.
  • Russell Cake Pop (Available starting June 23) – The candy must be explored! This chocolate cake pop is dipped in yellow chocolate and decorated with white chocolate, orange sugar, and small round candy-coated chocolates.

Pooh Corner (Critter Country, Disneyland park)

  • Baby Dory Cake Pop – You won’t be forgetting this cake pop! It’s a yummy chocolate cake pop dipped in white chocolate and decorated with blue sugar, white and dark chocolate, and sour belts.
  • Nemo Cake Pop – No more Mr. Grumpy Gills after eating this chocolate cake pop. It’s dipped in white chocolate and decorated with orange sugar, small round candy-coated chocolates, white and dark chocolate, and sour belts.
  • Grape Soda Cake Pop
  • Pixar Ball Cake Pop (Available through June 22)
  • Pixar Ball Apple (Available starting June 23)

Trolley Treats (Buena Vista Street, Disney California Adventure park)

  • Pixar Ball Cake Pop
  • Grape Soda Cake Pop
  • Mike Wazowski Crisped Rice Treat – I can’t believe it! A crispy treat inspired by the green monster himself from Disney•Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc.” Dipped in green chocolate and decorated with white and dark chocolate, blue sugar, chewy chocolate candy horns, and small round candy-coated chocolates, this is something you won’t want to put back where it came from (or so help me)!
  • Pixar Ball Cake Pop
  • Lightning McQueen Apple (Available through June 22) – Ka’chow! This candy apple is dipped in red chocolate and decorated with red sugar, marshmallow wheels, white and dark chocolate, sour belts, and small round candy-coated chocolates.
  • Tow Mater Apple (Available through June 22) – Just towed in, this candy apple is dipped in milk chocolate, dusted in orange powder, and decorated with mini-marshmallow headlights, chewy chocolate candy, marshmallow wheels, white and dark chocolate, and small round candy-coated chocolates.
  • Pixar Ball Apple (Available starting June 23)

Marceline’s Confectionery (Downtown Disney District)

  • Grape Soda Cake Pop
  • Nemo Apple – You’ll be swimming out to sea to touch this candy apple dipped in white chocolate, covered in orange sugar, and decorated with hand-cut marshmallows, white and dark chocolate, and small round candy-coated chocolates
  • Dory Apple – Just keep swimming to find this candy apple dipped in white chocolate, covered in blue sugar, and decorated with hand-cut marshmallows, yellow sugar, white and dark chocolate, and small round candy-coated chocolates
  • Pixar Ball Cake Pop (Available through June 22)
  • Pixar Ball Apple (Available starting June 23)

These treats will only be around until the end of Pixar Fest, so get them while you can!

(Last Updated April 26, 2018 2:43 pm )

About Veronica Webb

Veronica Webb is a self professed comic book nerd, with a strong focus on Archie and Golden Age comics. She also enjoys Disney World more than the average person, and bad movies. Speed Racer is one of her favorite movies. Seriously.

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