The spell is cast and it’s time to get your snack on at Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. Today marks the start of Halloween Time at the resort, and what’s any holiday at Disneyland Resort without specialty foods? Over at Pacific Wharf Cafe, we have two new food offerings and an Oktoberfest beer joining the season Bacon Cheddar Ale Soup previously available. Check out our thoughts on that here.
Maple-Bacon Bread Pudding – $5.39
Overall, Disney has been doing a pretty good job on the bread puddings here. For the price, it is a big dessert and worth the value. This is served warm. It is gooey and very bacon-forward. Be warned; if you are not a bacon fan, you can definitely skip this.
The warm maple glaze was the perfect compliment to the smokey bacon. The bacon bits inside were small enough to get some in each bite. Overall, the bread pudding was very gooey in the middle, but as bacon fans, we really enjoyed this.
Mickey Fang Bread – $10.49
Wow. Just wow. If you like bread, Mickey, or hilarious pictures of a loaf of bread bigger than your head, please grab this immediately. You will not regret.
Just look how cute he is!
Angled correctly, you can make your own hidden Mickey! So this is the Boudin sourdough bread shaped into a spooky Mickey with fangs. As always, the bread is soft and delicious on the inside with a light crispy crust on the outside. For the price, this thing was bigger than our heads and you can take it around the park to snack on or take it home with you.
It does come in a plastic bag labeled for the bakery and they also include an additional plastic bag (yes that is TWO plastic bags given freely in the state of California) so he can be waterproof if you choose to take him on Grizzly River Run.