REVIEW: Smiling Snoopy Donut for ‘NO LIMIT! Parade’ at Universal Studios Japan

Spencer Lloyd

REVIEW: Smiling Snoopy Donut for ‘NO LIMIT! Parade’ at Universal Studios Japan

Spencer Lloyd

REVIEW: Smiling Snoopy Donut for ‘NO LIMIT! Parade’ at Universal Studios Japan

If you need a nibble after getting groovy with Snoopy and the Peanuts during the “NO LIMIT! Parade” show stop, look no further than the Snoopy’s Treats stand in Hollywood, where you can get the new Smiling Snoopy Donut.

Smiling Snoopy Donut – ¥500 ($3.67)

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The new donut is available at the nicely-themed stand located right near the entrance of Universal Wonderland, where the Peanuts pals take up residence in the park.

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The Smiling Snoopy Donut, true to its name, features a printed chocolate glaze atop with Snoopy’s smiling face.

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He’s also got the flower sunglasses on that we see in the parade’s merchandise line. Two star chocolates and edible glitter are on his cheek.

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The rest of the donut is a plain filled donut.

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The paper boat features groovy ’60s patterns along with a Snoopy head disco ball, much like other food wrappings for this line.

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We also see art of Snoopy with Woodstock and either Lucy or Charlie Brown dancing to the sweet sounds of the parade.

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If you were expecting a revelation of flavor from this, you’ll probably be disappointed. It’s certainly not bad, and definitely a solid sweet treat, but nothing exceptional, unfortunately. It’s essentially cookies and cream filling inside a plain donut. Once you take the first bite, that chocolate top with the Snoopy print comes off rather easily, so be careful not to lose it! While not anything extraordinary, it’s still a decent sweet treat and comparably priced to specialty donuts at the likes of Krispy Kreme in Japan.

Will you be picking up this new Smiling Snoopy Donut? Let us know in the comments below!

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