I am going to try as many of the St. Patrick’s treats from both Disneyland and Walt Disney World as possible! *This article will be updated throughout the day as I get to try the treats.* I will also rate them on a scale of 1 to 10. Let’s start with Disneyland!
You can get the Green Corn Dog from corn Dog Castle inside Disney California Adventure. Covered in green batter and served with cuties mandarin orange or a bag of chips, this holiday treat is $9.79. Rating: 10/10 (It’s a creative and fun way to serve corn dogs.)
The Pot of Gold churro is available from California Churro in Downtown Disney. Rolled in key lime pie sugar, drizzled with Ghirardelli white chocolate, and sprinkled with festive St. Patrick’s Day sprinkles and gold it is served perfectly with a dollop of whipped cream. You can get it for $6.99 and I give it an 8/10.
The Key Lime Pie slush is available at the Galactic Grill, Tomorrowland, Disneyland. Key Lime flavored topped with Whipped Cream and Key Lime Sugar Candy it is served with a light-up Glow Cube and is $11.49. This one is a 9/10 for me.
Have you tried the grey stuff from Red Rose Tavern? They are serving up a St. Patrick’s Day version called, well, the green stuff. It is a Mint White Chocolate Mousse, Chocolate Cake, Mint Chocolate Chips, and Chocolate Cookie Crumbs on a Shortbread Cookie. At $6.49 I’m not a mint in my chocolate type of guy, but I will give this a 9/10.
There are also some magical treats at the Grand Californian Hotel treat cart! Treats range from $10-$13 and they are so good!
GCH Craftsman Grill is offering the Leprechaun Cupcake – Chocolate cupcake filled with pot of gold and frosted with vanilla buttercream, $9.00. It has pop rocks inside which was a great surprise. Giving this one a 10/10.
Over at Walt Disney World
I decided to try some St. Patrick’s treats from the Boardwalk Bakery in Walt Disney World. First up is the Cannoli. It is a traditional Cannoli with green holiday decor. At $4.19 I give it a 7/10.
Next from the Boardwalk Bakery is the Mickey Brownie – Ganache brownie with green holiday sprinkles, $5.79. I give this one 9/10.
Treat number 3 from Boardwalk Bakery is the Mint Cookies ‘n Cream Cupcake – Chocolate cupcake filled with mint cookies ‘n cream mousse topped with whipped cream, holiday sprinkles, and a sugar cookie shamrock. It is $6.49 and I give it a 6/10.
Item number 4 from Boardwalk Bakery is the Shamrock Sugar cookie with green holiday decor. At $3.99 I give it a 9/10.
Item number 5 from Boardwalk Bakery is a traditional giant coconut macaroon with green chocolate decor. I give this one a 10/10.
From Boardwalk Joe’s, I tried the Pot O Lucky Gold – Coconut Rum, Vodka, Lime, Pineapple Juice, and honey-mango flavors garnished with lime and pineapple ($15). It is really refreshing and I give it a 10/10.
Down at Leaping Horse Libations, I tried the Fuzzy Leprechaun ($15) – Vodka, Blue Curacao (it’s a Disney drink of course), Peach Schnapps, Orange and Pineapple juice garnished with an orange slice and maraschino cherry. It’s good, but I give it a 6/10.