Disneyland food is another level of joy for the true foodie.
When you walk through the Disneyland resort, you’re welcomed with streets adorned with colorful, twinkling, and non-stop holiday décor, and there’s a feeling of gleeful energy buzzing through the air.
The Disneyland Festival of Holidays is an amazing collection of events and themes, that honor holiday traditions from different cultures across the globe. I was able to enjoy some of the holiday happenings at the park this past weekend. And I had a ball!
The food is a whole other level during the holidays season at Disneyland, which makes it even more special. It’s safe to say that I ate my weight (and walked many extra steps) with the Disneyland’s Sip and Savor Pass, which let me sample a variety of different foods and beverages. The Sip and Savor Pass is about $56 for guests and $51 for annual passholders, according to FoodAtDisneyland.com, and it’s well worth it! Can you say “hot buttered rum?” With actual butter. Heaven on EARTH!
This year’s theme seemed to be “traditional innovation.” The Festival of Holidays celebration had many tried-and-true dishes spiced with a twist. For example, I nibbled on Curry Mac ‘n Cheese, which was rich, with an explosion of curry and spice flavor in your mouth! Divoon!!
I a couple of the delicious guava melon lassi’s. One of our favorites and it finitely helped us cool off during the hot 81 degree November day. It was like a tropical sunset swirling in your mouth. Per Disney, the drink has guava nectar, rock melon syrup, yogurt and honey. Whip cream tops off the drink and honey-flavored cereal sits on the light cream.
It’s truly an experience – as Disneyland always is!
Scroll down below to see “Carla Rea’s weekend at Disneyland” and the tasty treats that are available during this year’s Festival of Holidays!