PHOTOS: New Packaging, Price Increases Come to Peanut Brittle, Toffee, and Clusters at Disneyland Resort

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If you’re looking for classic handmade peanut brittle, English toffee, or peanut or almond clusters at the Disneyland Resort, be sure to be on the lookout for new packaging… and a price increase to boot.

The Handmade Confections from Disneyland Resort now have packaging inspired by the ride vehicles of Disneyland, along with a see-through portion resembling Sleeping Beauty Castle. This is a big departure from the cellophane wrapping that the confections came in for many years and marks the first time guests could reseal the treat containers. We spotted these at Trolley Treats at Disney California Adventure, but we expect to see these across the Disneyland Resort, including Disneyland’s Main Street, U.S.A.

The back of the package has a special message which reads:

These special treats were made with a dash of Disney magic to inspire joy, laughter and a lifetime of lasting memories.

The bottom offers three boxes, “brittle,” “toffee,” and “clusters,” with whatever’s in the package being checked off. Those looking for more information (milk or dark chocolate, peanuts or almonds) can find that on the back of the packaging.

But as any Disney Parks fans knows, the only certain things in life are death, taxes, and price increases. Guests will now pay $11.49 for a package of these delicious treats. While these bags are bigger, the price per ounce is certainly higher.

So far, we’ve spotted peanut clusters, English toffee, dark chocolate almond clusters, and milk chocolate peanut clusters.

Do these packages make these treats more enticing to you? Let us know in the comments below!


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Wasn’t the old toffee package in a tray of sorts? I remember the tray because all the nut pieces that fell off gathered in the tray and you could pour it into your mouth. I think the old packaging was much more enticing and less prone to the candy breaking. Plus it looked more handcrafted. This new packaging looks more mass produced.

Teresa Yarbrough
Teresa Yarbrough

Just another price increase by the oh-so-greedy Disney execs! You are already pricing out families from your parks with your exorbitant prices, must you squeeze even more out of folks on your candy? When wi these increased STOP?!


Cute design! They needed a change because it was hard to keep the old packages from ripping all the way down the side..especially when you are sharing with kids! Also, the resealable bags seem so much better since these aren’t usually eaten in a single sitting.